The story of Bremen Town Musicians and its themes have appeared in literature and other forms of art. This page provides a small discussion of some of the better known treatments by authors and other artists.
Crowther, Pete. "The Musician of Breman, GA." Once Upon A Crime. Ed Gorman and Martin H. Greenberg, eds. New York: Berkeley Prime Crime, 1998. Amazon.com:Buy the book inhardcoveror paperback.
Mayer, Gloria Gilbert and Thomas Mayer. "The Bremen Town Musicians." Goldilocks on Management: 27 Revisionist Fairy Tales for Serious Managers. New York: American Management Association, 1999. Amazon.com:Buy the book inhardcover.
Waldrop, Howard. "The Sawing Boys." Black Thorn, White Rose. Ellen Datlow and Terri Windling, eds. New York: Avon, 1995. Amazon.com:Buy the book inhardback or paperback.
1. The Emperor's Nightingale (1948, Directed by Jirí Trnka and Milos Makovec)
2. The Brementown Musicians (1935, Directed by Ub Iwerks)
3. Tom Thumb (1936, Directed by Ub Iwerks)
4. Mary's Little Lamb (1935, Directed by Ub Iwerks)
5. Rapunzel (1951, Directed by Ray Harryhausen)
Tales from Muppetland: The Muppet Musicians of Bremen(1972). Jim Henson, director.
Frank Oz .... Rat/Additional Muppet Performer (voice)
Jerry Nelson .... T.R. the Rooster/Caleb Siles (voice)
Jim Henson .... Kermit the Frog/Mean Floyd/Rat (voice)