Puppeteer Jim Henson
Jim Henson Productions
Jim Henson, Don Sahlin
Sweet, loving, gentle, shy, musical, not-too-bright
Obese blue nine-foot-tall monster
, Mean Mama, Doglion, Timmy Monster,
Kermit the Frog
Dancing, singing, reading, loving others
is a furry blue nine-foot-tall Muppet monster, with a big heart who loves to sing and dance.
He made his debut (alongside his brother, Thig) in the 1970 TV special
The Great Santa Claus Switch.
Thog would go on to make additional appearances, primarily in several episodes of
The Muppet Show
He made a comeback, after a 30-year hiatus, in the 2011 feature film
. And no longer fits between the arches due to his larger size and has to walk in front of them.
Thog gets stuck in the arches
Thog mini-figure produced by Palisades Toys.
Thog with Dick Cavett, Jim Henson, and Big Bird.
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