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Muppet Babies and Sesame Beginnings

Discussion in 'Muppet Babies' started by Drtooth, Nov 8, 2006.

  1. Drtooth

    Drtooth Well-Known Member

    I just want to put these two projects together and see what we have here.
    Muppet Babies, while orignally made as a segment in MTM as puppets, was animated. The series was a regular TV show for almost 10 years. None of the original Muppeteers did their voices. They seem to be toddlers, not really babies. All the characters as adults seem relatively the same age. Not really considered to be in the Muppet canon storyline

    Sesame Beginnings was entirely made as puppets. The series was made as direct to DVD releases. Some of the original Muppeteers performed in it (?), while others, who were trained, play those roles. They seem to be more like Babies (to my knowledge). The characters as their current selves do not share the same age. Sort of considered, but not quite, to be in the SS canon/storyline.

    Now, A) correct me if I am wrong about Either (MB was actually 8 or 9 years, if you want to be anal about it) B) would someone consider calling SS beginnings Muppet Babies, if anything for categorizing?

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