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And Professor Rainbrain was portrayed by Frank Oz in English, I am sure of it.
I've looked for that skit for a loooooong time! But it's not on youtube! :(
Maybe we'll find it somewhere else!
It's my favorite skit!:)
Well, it's coming soon!
You all saw The Electric Mayhem: Behind The Music!
Now about 30 years later, read the story of How Now Brown Cow and his...
Meg Giry did???????? News to me! :eek:
Yeah. This is all from the Muppet Worlds. Many like Gonzo for the Phantom, but I honestly like Uncle Deadly better.
And I do like the rest of my...
Gonzo would be a good Phantom, but then we may have to cast Camilla as Christine. And that's kinda..............well...........weird.
Oh, okay. I always thought there was a scene like that in "Follow That Bird" though. (I haven't seen that movie in over 15 years so my memory is...
I believe that was a scene in "Follow that bird". While they are at the diner, Oscar hands Maria a menu with a bunch of strange, gross sounding food...
It says that they shared a bed. However, Bert and Ernie did not. They had seperate beds with their initials carved into them.
Just a tidbit of...
What is it?
Thank you! :)
And it's in color too! First Muppet fan-art.
Well, it's more Sesame Street inspired if anything else.
I cling onto Dr. Rainbrain while the Count laughs his head off. Poor Rainbrain is freaking...
So either Gonzo or Uncle Deadly! Let's take a vote on that!
And I'll be the narrarator! But give me an idea of who should play the Phantom!
I love Phantom Of The Opera and I love the muppets so I figure why not incorporate the two?
However, I have a writer's block at the moment so I...
DanDan, you look like the British actor Richard Connaught. He was in the movie "A ClockWork Orange".
And yes, I do take requests! Just email me!
Awwwww...........You and Pete look so cute together!
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