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Ah, thanks for all the replies. Your tips will definitely come in handy.
Erect. Does that sound strange? (English isn't my mother tongue.)...
Hi, is there anybody who can tell me what's the best way to make (large) erect ears on a puppet. (That is, if there's something like the "best...
On the Dutch Sesamstraat site there's a FAQ section with 14 questions. One of them being "How do I tell Grover and Cookie Monster apart?"
YouTube: "This video contains content from ABC, who has blocked it in your country on copyright grounds."
I just read the article. Never heard this rumor. Very nice info. Thanks for the link, Super Scooter. ;)
Well, problem solved. James, one of the other voice imitators took over. For as far as I remembered he wasn't sure about his Waldorf last time,...
If it was a German who said this, it's quite understandable, since the character is Danish in Germany. Still quite stupid that the Swedish Chef is...
What's the Swedish Chef origin rumor? Never heard it. (Don't be affraid to tell me, I won't believe you anyway. :p)
Haven't read all replies, but I get annoyed when people complain that all Muppets are left handed.
And the person who made the Dutch subtitles for...
Hi guys, I'm anxiously looking for a Waldorf voice imitator for the Christmas Audio Piece we're making for the MuppetCast. The guy who was going...
Cool! I hope it'll be realeased on vinyl as well.
Doesn't bother me either. Piggy has always been singing off key, even when Richard Hunt performed her. Same goes for Gonzo etc. But characters...
1) They're Frackles, a group of Muppets who first appeared in The Great Santa Claus Switch, but I don't know their names. In the 80s the word...
Separate names with a comma.