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'''''Tinseltown''''' was a 15-minute television pilot made by The Jim Henson Company for the Logo Network. The pilot aired as part of the "Alien Boot Camp" programming block, and featured puppets and live actors as the characters. The series was not picked up by the network, and it fell into obscurity.
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'''''Tinseltown''''' was a 15-minute television pilot made by The Jim Henson Company for the Logo Network, under its “Henson Alternative” banner. The pilot aired as part of the "Alien Boot Camp" programming block in 2007, and featured both puppets and live actors as characters. The series was not picked up by the network, and it fell into obscurity.
  
 
The pilot starred Bill Barretta and Brian Henson as Bobby and Samson.
 
The pilot starred Bill Barretta and Brian Henson as Bobby and Samson.
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If the pilot were made into a series by Logo, it likely would’ve been similar to the lost pilot.
 
If the pilot were made into a series by Logo, it likely would’ve been similar to the lost pilot.
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==Cast==
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*Bill Barretta as Bobby Vegan
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*Brian Henson as Samson Knight
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*Mia Sara as Lena
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*Paul Butcher as Foster
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*Francesco Quinn as Arturo
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*Michelan Sisti as assistant puppeteer for Bobby Vegan
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*Drew Massey as assistant puppeteer for Samson Knight
  
 
==Status==
 
==Status==
The pilot used to be available on Logo’s website, but it was later removed. Currently, the pilot is not available online, but videos featuring characters Bobby and Samson, unrelated to the pilot, can be viewed on YouTube.
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The pilot used to be available on Logo’s website, but it was later removed. Currently, the pilot is not available online, but videos featuring characters Bobby and Samson (unrelated to ''Tinseltown'') can be viewed on YouTube.
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==Legacy==
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Bobby and Samson later appeared in the improv stage show ''Stuffed and Unstrung'', as the show’s producers.
  
 
==External Links==
 
==External Links==

Revision as of 00:02, 22 April 2020

Tinseltownlogo.jpeg

The logo for the pilot.

Status: Lost

Tinseltown was a 15-minute television pilot made by The Jim Henson Company for the Logo Network, under its “Henson Alternative” banner. The pilot aired as part of the "Alien Boot Camp" programming block in 2007, and featured both puppets and live actors as characters. The series was not picked up by the network, and it fell into obscurity.

The pilot starred Bill Barretta and Brian Henson as Bobby and Samson.

Premise

The pilot revolves around a couple named Bobby and Samson, both puppets, balancing their lives in Hollywood, alongside a cast of supporting human characters consisting of Samson’s ex-wife Lena, their foster son Foster, and their manservant Arturo.

If the pilot were made into a series by Logo, it likely would’ve been similar to the lost pilot.

Cast

  • Bill Barretta as Bobby Vegan
  • Brian Henson as Samson Knight
  • Mia Sara as Lena
  • Paul Butcher as Foster
  • Francesco Quinn as Arturo
  • Michelan Sisti as assistant puppeteer for Bobby Vegan
  • Drew Massey as assistant puppeteer for Samson Knight

Status

The pilot used to be available on Logo’s website, but it was later removed. Currently, the pilot is not available online, but videos featuring characters Bobby and Samson (unrelated to Tinseltown) can be viewed on YouTube.

Legacy

Bobby and Samson later appeared in the improv stage show Stuffed and Unstrung, as the show’s producers.

External Links

References