Chris's Fraggle Rock Page
Update - 23 Apr 1999: Thank you to everyone (and there have been a LOT of you) who let me
know about Fraggle Rock being back on TV on the Odyssey cable network. Check your listings, folks! Enjoy!
Update - 11 Nov 1997: As you may have noticed, this web site hasn't changed much
in the past year. Like so many other web authors, updating my pages has dropped in my list of priorities.
I'm working on living in the "real world" for awhile, learning the art of puppet-building, making
new friends, and deciding what I want to be when I grow up. Thank you to everyone who's sent me
information, encouragement, and praise. I'm glad that I got to share my love of the Muppets and Fraggle
Rock with all of you and that I can keep on doing it even though this site has become static.
Maybe I'll come back to this, maybe not. Either way, it's been fun. Take care! - Chris
Welcome to my Fraggle Rock page! Although I like almost everything the Muppets have done, Fraggle Rock
will always be my favorite. The characters, the humor, the music and the richness of the world they created for
it have held my imagination and interest for many years. You'll find lots of stuff here, including
the episode guide I've been working on for the past few years. More is coming, so please come
Many people have helped me with these Web pages and the information they contain. Special thanks to
Karen Prell and her Encyclopedia Fragglia and to Jerry Juhl
for providing it. For more details and a (nearly) complete list of acknowledgements, see the
Thanks and Acknowledgements page.
Would you like to help with this page? I would love to hear from you if you were involved in the production of
Fraggle Rock or if you have information on any of the non-North American versions of Fraggle Rock, since I have relatively little information on them. I am also
looking for the guitar tablatures to the Fraggle Rock theme, since I get asked for that often.
Please write to me at firstname.lastname@example.org. Otherwise, I get an awful lot of e-mail, and I haven't been very good at
timely responses, so you've been forewarned. :-) Also, PLEASE
read the answers to Frequently Asked Questions below before you write to me.
I like e-mail, but answering the same questions over and over again is really
getting tedious. Ok, enough grouchiness. Thank you!
Answers to Fraggle Rock Frequently Asked Questions
- I don't have any sound files from Fraggle Rock.
- I don't have any Fraggle Rock pictures to send you.
- You can find Fraggle Rock toys, CD's, albums, or videos in garage sales, flea markets, and here and there on the internet. You can get most of the books at any used bookstore that has a children's section.
As far as I know, Fraggle Rock is not currently being broadcast regularly on television in the US (I hear it occasionally appears on the Disney Channel),
nor is it available on video (you might be able to find some of the 1993 set of five tapes, but they're getting hard to find).
Update - August 1997: The 1993 videotapes have been at Wal-Mart stores on sale for about $3 a piece for the past few
- The two old guys in the balcony are Statler and Waldorf. :-)
The Muppets, Fraggle Rock, all related images and all character, program, place, etc. names are copyright Jim Henson Productions (JHP).
I'm sure it's obvious, but I'm not an employee of JHP nor do I represent them. I'm just a fan.
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Last updated: April 23, 1999
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Thank you to Terry Gould for the background,
Garnet Ulrich for the "Under Construction" icon, and
Jayne Payne and The Icon Depot for various icons.