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|Written by||Jocelyn Stevenson|
Down at Fraggle Rock: Lost Treasures from the Jim Henson Archives was an announced 160-page hardcover book about the making of Fraggle Rock. Writer Jocelyn Stevenson was pegged as the author, and the book would have featured a foreword written by Neil Patrick Harris. It was originally to have been released on September 10, 2013, but the release date was pushed back several times. In a January 2016 correspondence, the publisher confirmed that the book was cancelled.
“It's been thirty years since Jim Henson's irrepressible Fraggles first hit the screen in the beloved children’s television hit, Fraggle Rock. This delightful volume tells the incredible story of the bighearted show that helped instill open-minded values in a whole generation of young viewers. Created by the legendary Jim Henson, along with Michael K. Frith, Jocelyn Stevenson, Jerry Juhl, and Duncan Kenworthy, Fraggle Rock remains a favorite with fans three decades later.
Delving into the benevolent philosophy that lays at the heart of the show, Down at Fraggle Rock will follow every stage of its creation, from early concepts to the incredible puppetry that brought the unforgettable characters such as Gobo, Red, and Mokey to life. With contributions from Frith, Stevenson, Kenworthy, and other key members of the creative team, the book will take readers inside the intriguing process that produced this landmark series.”
- ↑ "Hello Nick, Thank you for contacting us. That book has been canceled. It should not be on Amazon and will be taken down shortly. Thank you, Insight team"
- ↑ Amazon.com listing
- Down at Fraggle Rock behind-the-scenes documentary