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ITEM:
*Original Jim Henson Muppet Baby Cell Baby Gonzo with WXXV-TV MS Letter 1989
FEATURES:
*Original Jim Henson Muppet Baby Cell Baby Gonzo
*Cell is from Season 5 Episode 3
*Episode Title: "The Pig Who Would Be Queen"
*Episode Plot: The babies create a picture box fairy tale.
*Episode was originally aired: September 24, 1988
*On the side of the cell, G-2 is written in sharpie
*Cell comes with original letter to Mr. Joe Brister, the general sales manager for WXXV-TV, a TV station in Gulfport, MS 39505-2500. The letter was written to Mr. Brister on February 21, 1989. The letter is written on original Muppet Baby stationary.

*The letter reads as follows: "Dear Joe: Season-to-date, MUPPET BABIES continues to dominate Saturday morning ratings with a 12.9 kid rating, still holding the #2 position. While you're waiting for the premiere on your station, we thought you would enjoy a special gift. Jim Henson was kind enough to give us original artwork form the series, so you can enjoy another 'original' from Claster Television. Only 5,016 hours until the fabulous Fall Premiere of MUPPET BABIES! Sincerely, Peggy Powell Account Executive"

INCLUDES:
*Please see photos of what's included
*Original Jim Henson Muppet Baby Cell Baby Gonzo
*Original 1989 Letter to Mr. Joe Brister of WXXV-TV Gulfport, MS

*Only includes items shown in pictures.
CONDITION:
*Beautiful vintage original baby Gonzo cell from the 1980s hit TV show "Muppet Babies." The accompanying letter was written to the general sales manager of WXXV-TV, a TV station in Gulfport, Mississippi. The letter is written on beautiful "Muppet Baby" stationary, that reflect the bright vibrant colors used in the show. The cell is 12 3/8" x 10 1/2" and features baby Gonzo in costume for the season 5 episode "The Pig Wh

$198.94

1 in stock at 126 N Pearson Rd, Pearl, (Phone # 601-501-7296)

ITEM:
*Original Jim Henson Muppet Baby Cell Baby Gonzo with WXXV-TV MS Letter 1989
FEATURES:
*Original Jim Henson Muppet Baby Cell Baby Gonzo
*Cell is from Season 5 Episode 3
*Episode Title: "The Pig Who Would Be Queen"
*Episode Plot: The babies create a picture box fairy tale.
*Episode was originally aired: September 24, 1988
*On the side of the cell, G-2 is written in sharpie
*Cell comes with original letter to Mr. Joe Brister, the general sales manager for WXXV-TV, a TV station in Gulfport, MS 39505-2500. The letter was written to Mr. Brister on February 21, 1989. The letter is written on original Muppet Baby stationary.

*The letter reads as follows: "Dear Joe: Season-to-date, MUPPET BABIES continues to dominate Saturday morning ratings with a 12.9 kid rating, still holding the #2 position. While you're waiting for the premiere on your station, we thought you would enjoy a special gift. Jim Henson was kind enough to give us original artwork form the series, so you can enjoy another 'original' from Claster Television. Only 5,016 hours until the fabulous Fall Premiere of MUPPET BABIES! Sincerely, Peggy Powell Account Executive"

INCLUDES:
*Please see photos of what's included
*Original Jim Henson Muppet Baby Cell Baby Gonzo
*Original 1989 Letter to Mr. Joe Brister of WXXV-TV Gulfport, MS

*Only includes items shown in pictures.
CONDITION:
*Beautiful vintage original baby Gonzo cell from the 1980s hit TV show "Muppet Babies." The accompanying letter was written to the general sales manager of WXXV-TV, a TV station in Gulfport, Mississippi. The letter is written on beautiful "Muppet Baby" stationary, that reflect the bright vibrant colors used in the show. The cell is 12 3/8" x 10 1/2" and features baby Gonzo in costume for the season 5 episode "The Pig Wh

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