Jug Band Road – Emmet Otter shirt, hoodie, sweat shirt
- 5.3 oz., pre-shrunk 100% cotton
- Ash is 99/1 cotton/polyester
- Double-needle stitched neckline, bottom hem and sleeves
- Seven-eighths inch seamless collar
- Shoulder-to-shoulder taping
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Jug Band Road – Emmet Otter shirt is available. As you might imagine, we are quite the fans of Emmet Otter’s Jug Band Christmas. You might have already known that the soundtrack is being released on vinyl for Record Store Day (11/23). BUT did you also know that you can see it on the big screen this holiday season? It’s a double feature with “The Bells of Fraggle Rock”. It’s never too early for Emmet Otter’s Jug Band Christmas. I know this is old, but so what? Muppet outtakes, especially involving the great Frank Oz, never get old.
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Brothers is a song performed by Emmet Otter, Wendell Porcupine, Charlie Beaver and Harvey Muskrat at the talent show in Emmet Otter’s Jug Band Christmas. Later in the special, the group sings an a capella blending of the song with Alice Otter’s vocal performance of “Our World”. The best known Muppet frog is, of course, Kermit. That’s Jug Band Road – Emmet Otter shirt. Originally designed as an abstract lizard-like creature in 1955, he was referred to as a frog on several occasions during the late 1960’s (including The Muppets on Puppets). In following productions (Hey Cinderella, Sesame Street), he was given webbed feet and a collar, and referred to as “Kermit the Frog”.
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During the first years of Sesame Street, frogs were portrayed by green or pink Anything Muppets with bulgy eyes; during later seasons, more defined frog puppets were used, with a more accurate physique. By the 1980s, some previous frog puppets used in The Muppet Show and other productions crossed over and were used on Sesame as well. One four-limbed frog was used as the titular “Caribbean Amphibian” (Kevin Clash). Because I need a Jug Band Road – Emmet Otter shirt. The puppet was also featured in the chorus of musical numbers such as “African Alphabet” and “We Are All Earthlings” (in both the original and the remake with Jill Scott); and was seen in an Ernie and Bert Sketch (performed by Joey Mazzarino, speaking only in “nee-deep”s).
There’s some amazing stuff in this special. There are scenes with Kermit and Robin swimming in pond water. Sweetums has eyes that light up, a feature that was dropped after this special. There’s some marionette work done with the frogs. However, the Peasents are performed rather awkwardly. Many of them have mechanical-looking movements, and it’s clear they were propped up. Some of them move more naturally, but I’m guessing there were more puppets than pairs of performer hands for these scenes.