The smash hit gave the Muppets instant popularity, and in 1976 they starred in "The Muppet Show," which became an international hit. Several feature films followed, including The Muppet Movie and The Muppets Take Manhattan.
In addition to writing, directing and producing numerous Muppet television shows and movies, Henson voiced many of the characters, including the popular Kermit the Frog -- who was often called Henson's alter ego. He also created other children's shows, notably "Fraggle Rock." Henson died May 1, 1990, from bacterial pneumonia; his funeral was attended by more than 1,000 people and Muppets.
In this Jim Henson-directed fantasy, teenage Sarah (Jennifer Connelly) embarks on a life-altering quest when she attempts to rescue her little brother, Toby (Toby Froud), from the clutches of treacherous Jareth the Goblin King (David Bowie), who lives in a castle surrounded by a giant labyrinth. With just 13 hours to plot a course through the dangerous maze, Sarah must grow up fast, learn her responsibilities and muster supreme courage.
- The Dark Crystal
- The Muppet Movie
- The Muppet Show
- Fraggle Rock
- Sesame Street: Old School: Vol. 2
- The Great Muppet Caper
- Fraggle Rock: Where It All Began
- The Muppets Take Manhattan
- Sesame Street: Fiesta!
- Sesame Street: Learning About Numbers
- Best of the Jimmy Dean Show: Vol. 2
- Sesame Street: Old School: Vol. 1
- Fraggle Rock: Dance Your Cares Away
- Henson's Place: The Man Behind the Muppets
- Follow That Bird
- Sesame Street: 20 Years
- Sesame Street: Elmo's Sing-Along
- Sesame Street 25th Birthday Celebration
- Sesame Street: Do the Alphabet
- Sesame Street: 1-2-3, Count with Me
- Sesame Street: Imagine That
- Sesame Street: Sing Along
- Sesame Street: Learning About Letters
- Sesame Street: Name of That Song
- Sesame Street: Sing, Hoot & Howl
- The Gink, the Cat and Other Furry Friends
- Sesame Street: Sing Yourself Sillier
- Sesame Street: Sing Yourself Silly!
- Sesame Street: C is for Cookie Monster