Ad blocker interference detected!
Wikia is a free-to-use site that makes money from advertising. We have a modified experience for viewers using ad blockers
Wikia is not accessible if you’ve made further modifications. Remove the custom ad blocker rule(s) and the page will load as expected.
Jim Henson's Secret Life of Toys was a 1994 series based on the 1986 TV special The Christmas Toy. Each of the 13 30-minute episodes consisted of two 15-minute stories. The show was taped in Monheim, Germany (near the Dutch border), and aired on the Disney Channel.
- Rugby Tiger: A plucky tiger plush toy who is always looking for an adventure. Performed by Dave Goelz
- Mew: Rugby's good friend who is a catnip mouse toy that belongs to the family cat. Performed by Nigel Plaskitt
- Raisin: A tomboyish rag doll. Performed by Louise Gold
- Hortense: A fretful rocking horse. Performed by Louise Gold
- Ditz: A clown plush toy who can easily get mixed up. Performed by Dave Goelz
- Balthazar: A really old bear plush toy who is very wise. He functions as a father-like leader to the toys, and tells them when it's safe for them to move: "All clear, everyone! They're gone!". Performed by Jerry Nelson
Other characters include:
- Daffodil: A breakable princess doll who lives on the top shelf; nobody really understands her. Performed by Louise Gold.
- Bunny Lamp: Takes care of the lighting in the toy room and warns the toys when people are coming. Performed by Mike Quinn.
- Bratty Rat: A shifty rat who was purchased at a secondhand store. Performed by Jerry Nelson.
- Eggie: A dimwitted Humpty-Dumpty-like toy egg who thinks eggs are the smartest creatures in the world.
- Humble Gary: An extremely humble tiger. Performed by Mike Quinn.
- Datz: A paper bag puppet that looks like his brother Ditz. Performed by Jerry Nelson.
- Cruiser: Looks like a Fisher Price Little People figure who drives a taxi. He loves to use cool slang words. His motto is: "A dollar on the drop, and ten cents for any additional miles."
- Bleep: A toy robot who sometimes freezes during his speech.
- Episode 101: Oops! / Don't Tell Me
- Episode 102: Follow the Leader / Disappearing Ditz
- Episode 103: I'm Going to Tell... / The Cat Toy that Roared
- Episode 104: Rock-A-Bye Worries / The Magic Fish
- Episode 105: Climbers / Be Plush
- Episode 106: Queen Raisin / Balthazar in Beam Land
- Episode 107: Ditz and Datz / Mummies
- Episode 108: All Washed Up / Bunnochio
- Episode 109: More than a Mouse / Happy Hortense to You
- Episode 110: Down with Dinkybeard / The Sky Is Falling!
- Episode 111: Baby Balthazar / True Mew
- Episode 112: Mr. and Mrs. Rugby / I Spy
- Episode 113: Who Shares Wins / It's a Giveaway!
- Jerry Nelson, Dave Goelz
- and Louise Gold, Nigel Plaskitt, Mike Quinn
- with Marcus Hübner, Axel Rathgeber, Jürgen Tombers
- Music: Peek-a-Boo, Jerry Nelson; lyrics: Jocelyn Stevenson, Jerry Nelson
- Muppet Characters by Jim Henson's Muppet Workshop, New York
- Set Design: Val Strazovec, Alan Cassie
- Creative Consultant: Dave Goelz
- Co-Producer: Jocelyn Stevenson
- Producer: Peter Coogan
- Executive Producer: Brian Henson
Videotaped at info-studios Monheim, Germany
Jim Henson Productions
in association with BBC, WDR (West German Broadcast), and
Filmstiftung Nordrhein-Westfalen (the North Rhine Westfalia Film Foundation)