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Discussion in 'Fantasy Worlds' started by melissa, Jan 16, 2003.
Why do you think I never truly pursued the idea past a plot synopsis?
Thanks, Nate, I figgered he did. I haven't seen it but once.
I wanted to audition for the voice or puppeteer of the plant in Covington TN but my mom said no (back then) because there were cuss words in the play, and I was a puppeteer at church. She felt there would be a conflict of interest.
I tried to say, "Well, folks from church offended by such shows won't show up anyhow, and those who do show up shouldn't probably be there either, so where's the problem?"
I still want to be the voice in one show and be the puppeteer in another.
Also, I still want to play Scarecrow and Lion in Wizard of Oz, and be Charlie Brown once and Snoopy once in the CB plays.
My memory stinks, which is why I couldn't do anything outside of puppetry.
Jack as Dentist
Actually no! Jack Nichelson Played The dentist's Patient (BILL MURRAY IN 1985 FILM)in the Original Movie. The scene was not included in the Original Off- Broadway Show, But it will be included in the New Broadway Revival... They are actually going to go with the Bill Murray Script which was 95 percent Improv by Murray. Frank Oz said, He lets just see what would happen if a Massochist met a sadist... The result was the best scene in the show.
Actually, If anyone gets the chance, the DVD has an option for Commentary by Frank Oz! It was Great!
I ended up with a copy of the grainy film work showing the plant growing and eating everything in sight which was cut from the DVD for some reason.
I own a copy of the video with Jack Nicholson in it. I'll watch it and settle the dispute over dentist, patient, or sewer worker.
Foz, Is it on your DVD!! If you have a DVD with the alternate Ending you could sell it for about 300 on ebay! its very rare... that footage was taken off because the producer was going to re-release the film later with the alternate ending. I would love to see it
That is so cool if you have the origional ending..................
I've payed the voice in one show and the puppet in two other shows
Jack Nicholson IS the patient.
It's a video copy of the DVD.
Re: Chef/Beaker fan
I wasn'ty alive at the time, but I've seen a tape. Levi Stubbs (Who voiced the plant) walked in on a green suit and sang the song.No plants.
OMG Fozz! I will sooo pay you for thatr Tape! I've been trying to find thatr for years!
Thanks. I never knew what became of that. Well, I'm sure it was good.
Wow! Foz has a copy of the original ending!
I keep going on Amazon.com. They're constantly having that thing up for sale, but it's always just too much for my parents wallets.
I keep hoping for it. I think that movie has got to be my favorite comedy of all time.
Name Your Price Foz, But Please Keep it Resonable!
Sorry, gang. I don't have the means to copy videos.
I don't usually charge for copying stuff...just normally ask for a self-addressed stamped envelope and the video tape to be sent to me. Otherwise, I would charge for the cost of S&H and the tape itself.
I also used to have Muppets on Family Feud vs. Dixie Chicks, but can't find it now. That makes me SOOO mad!!
I'll send you my whole VCR!!!
Send it down, just include a SASE.
Foz, I'd love to have a copy of LSOH with Origonal Ending, and If my parents let me, I'll send you a tape.
Ooooh, you're serious??? I wasn't. I actually would, but there's no way my parents'll let me.
We get that problem alot on here.
That'd be cool, but I can't make copies, and since SupScoot's folks won't let him send down his VCR...well, therein lies the problem. I don't even HAVE a VCR anymore!!
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