Kermit Love (1916–2008)

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Kermit Love was born on August 7, 1916 in Spring Lake, New Jersey, USA as Kermit Ernest Hollingshead Love. He is known for his work on The Muppet Movie (1979), Sesame Street (1969) and Follow That Bird (1985). He died on June 21, 2008 in Poughkeepsie, New York, USA. See full bio »

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 1969-2012 Sesame Street (TV Series) (muppet designer - 47 episodes)
- Telly Gets Angry (2012) ... (muppet designer)
- Imagining with Immy (1990) ... (muppet designer)
- Elmo in Numberland (1990) ... (muppet designer)
- The Golden Cabbage of Snufertiti (1990) ... (muppet designer)
- Episode #21.60 (1990) ... (muppet designer)
 1990-1991 Shalom Sesame (TV Series) (muppet designer - 5 episodes)
- King Sing Israel (1991) ... (muppet designer)
- The Aleph-Bet Telethon (1991) ... (muppet designer)
- Passover (1991) ... (muppet designer)
- Journey to Secret Places (1990) ... (muppet designer)
- Chanukah (1990) ... (muppet designer)
 1991 Sesame Street: Monster in the Mirror (Video short) (muppet designer)
 1990 Sing Yourself Silly! (Video short) (muppet designer - uncredited)
 1989 Sesame Street: 20 Years & Still Counting! 1969-1989 (TV Special) (muppet designer)
 1988 Let's Learn to Play Together (Video Game) (muppet designer)
 1988 Sesame Street: Oscar's Letter Party (Video Game) (muppet designer)
 1988 Count It Higher: Great Music Videos from Sesame Street (Video short) (muppet designer - uncredited)
 1988 Magic on Sesame Street (Video short) (muppet designer)
 1988 Sesame Street, Special (TV Movie) (muppets by)
 1987 Sing Along (Video short) (muppet designer - uncredited)
 1987 A Muppet Family Christmas (TV Movie) (muppet designer)
 1986 Learning About Letters (Video short) (muppet designer - uncredited)
 1985 Follow That Bird (muppet consultant) / (muppet designer)
  The Muppet Show (TV Series) (muppet designer - 2 episodes, 1979 - 1980) (puppets - 2 episodes, 1976 - 1977)
- Loretta Swit (1980) ... (muppet designer)
- Leslie Uggams (1979) ... (muppet designer)
- Kaye Ballard (1977) ... (puppets)
- Harvey Korman (1976) ... (puppets)
 1979 The Muppet Movie (muppet designer)
 1978 Christmas Eve on Sesame Street (TV Movie) (muppet designer)
 1974 The Muppets Valentine Show (TV Special) (puppets)
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He was costume designer for the ballet, "Rodeo," in the Ballet Russe De Monte Carlo production at the Metropolitan Opera House in New York City with Agnes De Mille (Cowgirl); Frederick Franklin (Champion Roper) and Casimir Kokitch (Head Wrangler); in the cast. Aaron Copland was composer. Agnes De Mille was also choreographer ... See more »

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Was also a designer for some of ballet's most prominent choreographers, including Twyla Tharp, Agnes de Mille, Jerome Robbins and George Balanchine. See more »

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