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Discussion in 'Fraggle Rock' started by BobThePizzaBoy, Mar 26, 2013.
I'm not seeing it. Is the code wrong or has it already been taken down?
Let me try posting it again
Whoever's Gobo sounds pretty much like him, considering. We'll find out who it is eventually, but that's much closer than I thought it would be.
Weird. When I input the video ID (because embedded videos often don't work for me) Youtube come up blank, ut when I edit it into another video's ID it works.
Thet Gobo voice isn't perfect, but it's pretty good. I hope that, over time, it'll smooth out. It's more impotrant that the puppeteer be able to convey the attitude and personality of the character, as we've seen with The Many Voices of Scooter.
I haven't seen this promo before. I should watch The Hub more often to see more Fraggle Rock promos.
I thought the voice sounded a lot like Jerry Nelson's Gobo. Whoever performed him there definitely did their homework.
wow gobo sounds great, his first three words where spot on..who ever this is has been practicing
Would be Tyler bunch performing Gobo here?
I think its FANTASTIC!! Jerry was so amazing and his voices seem to be the hardest to emulate ...i never in a million years thought they would get it this close... KUDOS!
How dare they try to keep the legacy of a character going like that. He sounded nothing like Jerry. Everything was wrong. I hate this country.
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Kidding aside, he sounds a lot better than Townsend Coleman did as Gobo.
I wonder why they didn't go with Don Messick for the cartoon. He at least had a raspy voice. I could totally have seen him do Gobo's voice for the cartoon.
You beat me to it! Well, here's both promos from my channel. Recorded from Animaniacs at 7-8 PM.
Why would you say that... I mean they have been doing replacement voices even before Jim Richard and Jerry's death. It is not something that they take lightly and just let anyone do. If you have ever read or listened to any Henson/Muppet interview or commentary you would know that it can take several tries and sometimes many different prefromers to get the voice and mannerisms just right. This is the first time we have heard Gobo in a long time so please try and show Henson and the puppeter support instead of bashing them down.
I'm not a huge Fraggle fan but think that these where great and I'm glad Gobo at least has a voice.
Oscarfan noted [end of satire] in his comment, so he was just being sarcastic.
Honestly, I'm pleased that these recasts have come out as good as they are. Even if you'd consider them just imitations, I kind of find it fitting in that way since Jerry built much of his character repertoire on imitations.
Wow Gobo can talk! im so happy i would defently think this is either Matt Vogel or Tyler Bunch. But we will have to wait. Hopefully something new fraggle wise comes out like a primetime special or something to celebrate there 30th
I want a 30 years special too! Maybe like, 30 Years of Fraggles or something like that.
According to a recent post by the Muppet Mindset, quote: "Matt Vogel, the prime suspect, confirmed on Twitter that it is not him [performing Gobo]." Since he's currently in England filming the next Muppet movie, it couldn't have been Vogel unless it was filmed long in advance like the Count video.
So, who was it then? Tyler Bunch or John Kennedy seems likely, but frankly I'm thinkin' it's a recurring puppeteer who's performed on the Henson Company's newer projects; Puppet Up!, Neil's Puppet Dreams or of the like.
It kind of sounds like Johnny T. to me, but I wouldn't swear to it, obviously... it's getting harder and harder for me to tell performers apart anymore based on voices alone. Not like the old days where you almost immediately could tell who was a Jim character, who was a Frank character, who was a Jerry character, etc.
The mystery has been solved! Henson told me on Facebook that the new performer of Gobo is: (DRUM ROLL) John Tartagila!
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