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(YouTube)   Together again and now we're here and there's no need remembering when. Except for this 1984 behind-the-scenes footage of the making of The Muppets Take Manhattan, including remarks from Jim Henson and Frank Oz on what it was like to film in NYC   (youtube.com) divider line 8
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2014-08-03 04:26:17 AM  
I like how you can hear the analog hiss from the tape throughout the entire video.

People who reminisce about non-digital audio never seem to mention the ubiquitous hiss.
 
2014-08-03 08:02:26 AM  
That was enjoyable, thanks subby.  Kids under 19, that's the sort of stuff HBO would run before there were DVD extras.
Clearly it's been 25-30 year since I saw that movie, didn't realize muppet babies originated in this movie.  I watched the cartoon religiously every Saturday. #yippieskippy
 
2014-08-03 08:50:06 AM  
New York was a different place back then.  I remember seening a sleazy little movie studio sign, a few blocks north of Canal Street.  An unsubtle name made it clear it was for porn.  Today, at the same block, it is Benneton, Starbucks,  and the Gap.

BTW, what analog hiss?  Oh wait, never mind.  It probably doesn't make it past my tinnitus.
 
2014-08-03 09:37:07 AM  
I am a sucker for behind the scenes type stuff, and I love the muppets. I was checking out all the related videos and now my morning is shot.
 
2014-08-03 09:37:30 AM  
Whar bike-riding Kermit whar?
 
2014-08-03 10:47:05 AM  

Lsherm: I like how you can hear the analog hiss from the tape throughout the entire video.

People who reminisce about non-digital audio never seem to mention the ubiquitous hiss.



It's usually the ubiquitous hiss or the subtle "thump" of the turntable every half second they like
 
2014-08-03 11:00:23 PM  
Frank Oz looks like a skinny Tobias Funke. They should both blue themselves and compare.
 
2014-08-04 11:13:23 AM  
It's weird listening to Henson's voice.  There's so much Kermit in there.
 
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