Very little onscreen kids’ entertainment these days escapes computer enhancement. From green-screen set backgrounds to full-blown animated graphics, the technology has reached the point where we can often no longer tell the difference between real life and CGI.

Except where the Muppets are concerned, right?

The iconic puppets created by the late, legendary puppeteer Jim Henson have been around for more than six decades and are often held up as the last bastion of the analog fight against digital.

Not a fan of CGI Muppets…lets stick to the basics..afterall, isn’t that why we enjoyed them in the first place? #PutYourHandBack

— Rob Dimension (@RobDimension) March 22, 2012 Read more…

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