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Jim Henson's Tale of Sand (Screenplay)

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132 pages

Summary

Between 1967 and 1974, Jim Henson and his longtime writing partner Jerry Juhl developed three drafts of a screenplay for a feature-length film entitled TALE OF SAND. It was durning the development of the later drafts of the screenplay that Jim Henson became involved in the production of SESAME STREET and THE MUPPET SHOW, and left behind the experimental filmmaking of his youth to concentrate on the creations that would in time make him a household name. TALE OF SAND remained in the vaults of The Jim Henson Company as the only feature-length screenplay written by Henson that he was never able to produce during his lifetime. Stunningly illustrated and adapted by acclaimed artist Ramon K. Perez (WOLVERINE AND THE X-MEN), the most critically acclaimed graphic novel of 2012-- winner of 3 Eisner Awards and 2 Harvey Awards including Best Graphic Album-- finally makes its digital debut on comiXology.

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