Jim Henson Home Entertainment is an American puppetry film and TV production founded by Jim Henson.
Logos and SequencesEdit
On the 1997 Jim Henson Pictures, the animation starts with the closeup view on the camera lens. The camera zooms out and rotates to the view for the sunset with white comets flying about and during the animation, Kermit the Frog laughs on the crane with the 3D "Pictures" text rotating and zooming on to the screen. Before they go onto silhouette, the comet swipes on the center releasing particles and merging together to form the "Jim Henson" text. On the two films Muppets from Space and The Adventures of Elmo in Grouchland, the crane suddenly drops to startle Kermit for the moment and then focuses back to the camera.
In the 2001 logo seen on videos and movies Kermit's Swamp Years, The Best of The Muppet Show Volume 1 Featuring Elton John, Julie Andrews and Gene Kelly, The Best of The Muppet Show Volume 2 Featuring Mark Hamill, Paul Simon and Raquel Welch and Bear in the Big Blue House Live! disributed by the Columbia Tristar Entertainment company, the logo starts at the night view in a swamp located at Leland, Mississippi where it pans up to the sky with stars with the mint spark drawing the logo text before the star lands above the "i". After that, the "Home Entertainment" flashes in below the logo.
|June 6, 1997||Buddy||co-production with Columbia Pictures and American Zoetrope|
|July 14, 1999||Muppets from Space||Co-production with Jim Henson Pictures|
|October 1, 1999||The Adventures of Elmo in Grouchland||Co-production with Jim Henson Pictures and Sesame Workshop|
|September 3, 2002||Kermit's Swamp Years||Distribution, produced by Jim Henson Home Entertainment|