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Discussion in 'Action Figures' started by Dearth, Jun 5, 2011.
I think it's an intro to a performance (specifically, a performance by Fozzie).
Heh, I knew that.
No, this is from Fozzie's joke book, not Scooter's super hero book.
awesome dr teeth prototype
Oh. It said Superhero, for a second, I thought it had somethin' to do with scooter.
So are you going to make a bobo or walter out of your left over pieces?
Like i was thinking for bobo use beaugaurds body since he is about bobos size then use fozzies head and arms or something? but for walter you could use either a tux gonzo or a suit gonzo and cutomize that?
They are so cute
Aaaaalex! It's me! I'm am teh back! I was just wondering... While watching later seasons of the Muppet show if you planned on making Purple Tuxed versions of Floyd, Animal, Lips, Janice, and Crazy Harry?
What about Zoot?
Zoot doesn't get one until he grows some hair.
Right. U know, everytime he wears a hat, I keep thinkin' he has all of his hair.
Found this Toob of Musical Instruments at Hobby Lobby the other day. Might be a good investment if you're missing the sax for Zoot or the trumpet for Lips. Or just to have them lying around backstage as set dressing.
I used an online 40% off coupon and got it for just over $5.
Ooh...very neat...I may make that purchase at some point, even if to only be able to have that neat little clarinet...
Merry Christmas everyone!
that's Ernie's voice
Yep. We've got a CD with songs from Muppet Family Christmas that some fan had ripped and posted online, and we listen to it in the car every year.
In this cut-down version of the special, the isolated NBC poem by Ernie and Bert is immediately preceded by a soundbyte from Kermit to Robin, and I can't tell you how many times we've each expressed the opinion that without the visuals, the Ernie lines sound more like Kermit. (A misconception strengthened by hearing Ernie talk to Rowlf and call for the curtain to open and close.)
Finally I decided to just cut the poem down by itself and see what it would look like coming out of Kermit's mouth instead. That video was the result.
Okay, this is still in its rough early stages, but it's been a fun experiment to make Jim-as-Kermit sing a duet with Jim-as-Rowlf. I plan to refine this more, tweak the timing in places, and possibly have them take turns on certain lines before dueting on the choruses, etc.
nice when did rowlf sing lydia the tattooed lady?
He sang it on the album "Ol' Brown Ears is Back". It's a really nice album, you should give it a listen sometime. =3
I like the duet so far! Keep at it! =3
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