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Back in 2006, Andrew wrote: "According to interviews with Jim Henson, Heather Henson has an uncredited bit part." Any interviews in particular, or just interviews in general? :) Obviously, this is from back in the day, when we weren't as big on sources as we are now. Andrew, do you remember where you read this? -- Danny (talk) 00:40, 24 December 2008 (UTC)
- I lost my copy of the specific article way back in January 2007 when my PC was stolen. However, I accessed it through Lexis-Nexus (which I don't have regular access to anymore, and can only get at in any way at UTEP through reference computers which don't block e-mailing from databases on upper floors and that involves cutting and pasting each article, so not an easy task for me, but not hard if anyone else is regularly on a campus or other place which subscribes to it). It was around the time the episode debuted (just before or after), in a quote which, I *think* with variations (or possibly just the same quote in more than one article, who knows now), had this specific context, noting how the episode was a family affair. Jim talked about Brian doing the dog, Cheryl building "the main puppet" (I wasn't sure which version of the hedgehog this meant, though), and Heather having an acting role (and may have mentioned John in there somewhere, but I have no idea). That should help at least to pinning it down. Obviously if we could find her specifically in the episode, we wouldn't need the source, but there'se crowd scenes and scenes with multiple kids and where it's just bodies clumped together more than faces, and with that kind of sepia-tone look the episodes often have, I just couldn't pin it down. Since Jim said it, I'm assuming she probably is there, but it could easily be "sixth peasant torso to the right as the wagon passes" in the final shot. -- Andrew Leal (talk) 05:24, 3 January 2009 (UTC)