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Jennifer Connelly Gives RARE On-Set Interview About David Bowie (YouTube). Entertainment Tonight. 28 June 2021. Archived from the original on 2021-12-21 . Retrieved 28 June 2021.

Phalin, Mike (2023). "Labyrinth's Jareth, Sarah, and Hoggle Action Figures Are Here!". Clownfish TV. WebReef Media . Retrieved 20 February 2023. McGlaun, Shane (29 June 2016). "Labyrinth Funko POP! Figures Won't Steal Your Baby Brother". Technabob. Awesomer Media . Retrieved 28 April 2021. Stolworthy, Jacob (11 January 2016). "David Bowie dead: remembering his movie roles". The Independent. Archived from the original on 15 January 2020 . Retrieved 27 December 2019. Fontana, Rebecca; Raymer, Miles (11 January 2016). "The 10 David Bowie movies that define his film career". Time Out. Archived from the original on 11 May 2016 . Retrieved 6 September 2019.Alter, Ethan (1 July 2021). " 'Labyrinth' at 35: How Yoda paved the way for a classic character in Jim Henson's 1986 fantasy favorite". Yahoo Entertainment. Archived from the original on 18 October 2021 . Retrieved 22 June 2022. Jareth is the central character in Labyrinth: Coronation, a 12-issue comic series published between 2018 and 2019 by Archaia which gives an account of the Goblin King's past as well as the history of the Labyrinth itself. Written by Simon Spurrier, the series takes place within the timeline of the events of the film, framed as a story told to baby Toby by Jareth during their off-screen time together. [169] Beginning in 1790s Venice, the story revolves around an infant Jareth who has been stolen by the previous ruler of the Labyrinth, known as the Owl King, and follows the quest of Jareth's mother, Maria, to rescue her son. [169] [170] Goblin Masquerade: Host a Goblin King's masquerade by having each member of the group wear an elaborate masquerade mask along with elegant attire. This theme adds an air of mystery and sophistication to your Halloween gathering. Pegg, Nicholas (2016). The Complete David Bowie (7thed.). London: Titan Books Ltd. ISBN 978-1-78565-365-0.

a b c d e Robbins, Tim (1987–1988). "Labyrinth: Interview with Terry Jones". Starburst (Winter Specialed.). Archived from the original on 1 May 2018 . Retrieved 12 April 2021– via Jareth's Realm. Bowie began shooting his scenes on 3 June 1985. [26] On playing the role of Jareth, Bowie said, "I loved the magic, the mystery." [27] Henson stated that Bowie acted his scenes as written in the script while occasionally contributing ideas, and "needed very little direction, because his own characterization [of Jareth] was always right on." [6] However, Bowie initially had difficulty acting with the puppet characters, as the characters' voices did not come from the puppets themselves but from off-stage which he found disorientating. [28] Henson recalled that Bowie's first few scenes were with the puppet Hoggle, "and he kept wanting to look off-stage to where the voice was coming from ... instead of where Hoggle, the puppet, actually was. It took him a while to get used to that aspect of filming." [29] [30] Bowie completed many of his scenes in two or three takes, except for very technical scenes or those involving complex puppets. [31] Bowie enjoyed making the film, stating, " Labyrinth was great fun to do". [29]

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In the Underground music video, David Bowie portrays a singer performing in a dingily lit, underground club. The scenes of Bowie performing are inter-cut with scenes that show him being lured into the strange world of the Labyrinth, which is represented through the use of puppets from the film and animation. The music video ends with Bowie choosing to enter the world of the Labyrinth for good, ripping off his human skin to reveal an animated self beneath. a b David Currie, ed. (July–September 1986). "Labyrinth Exclusive Preview". Starzone. No.16. Watford, Hertfordshire: Admin Ltd. pp.6–13. Emerson, Bo (29 August 2016). "Exhibit on Henson's 'Labyrinth' film opening at Atlanta puppetry center". The Atlanta Journal-Constitution. Archived from the original on 21 February 2020 . Retrieved 14 January 2021. I thought David Bowie was exceptionally clever to not bring a truly evil and angry and fiendish tone to his role as the villain. He was so deft at being devilish more than evil, dangerous maybe, but not a character fraught only with ill-will." Jareth features prominently in Labyrinth merchandise such as colouring and activity books, posters, lobby cards, jigsaw puzzles and school and party supplies. Over the years since the film's release, the character has also been produced and marketed as licensed action figures and figurines.

Brian Henson (31 July 2015). Labyrinth: Interview with Brian Henson - 2 of 7 - The Jim Henson Company (YouTube). The Jim Henson Company. Archived from the original on 2021-12-21 . Retrieved 20 December 2020. Flynn, Rochelle (11 February 1987). "Henson Interview". Wilmington Town Crier. Vol.32, no.6. Wilmington, Massachusetts. p.S8 . Retrieved 31 October 2021– via Wilmington Memorial Library. Yaeger, Larry. "A Brief, Early History of Computer Graphics in Film". Indiana University. Archived from the original on 17 July 2012 . Retrieved 20 January 2012. Jareth is the central character in Labyrinth: Coronation, a 12-issue comic series published between 2018 and 2019 by Archaia which relates how he became the Goblin King. Written by Simon Spurrier, the series takes place within the timeline of the events of the film, framed as a story told to baby Toby by Jareth during their off-screen time together. Beginning in 1790s Venice, the story revolves around an infant Jareth who has been stolen by the previous ruler of the Labyrinth, known as the Owl King, and follows the quest of Jareth's mother, Maria, to rescue her son.

Jareth the Goblin King was portrayed by artist David Bowie. David Bowie is more known for his songs like Space Oddity and Heroes. a b "Labyrinth Production Notes". Astrolog.org. Archived from the original on 3 February 1999 . Retrieved 5 January 2020.

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