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Discussion in 'Muppet Appearances' started by Phillip, Apr 13, 2012.
like meeting THE MUPPETS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
I hope this gets a DVD release for those of us who couldn't make it!
They didn't film it, so that won't be happening.
Muppets medley from Carnegie Hall
I hope so to I still can't Believe I saw them live it's unreal that happened to me
that's so funny, they always appear to make me laugh.
Does anyone know who preformed the Emmett Otter characters for this?
I know that Doc Bullfrog was performed by Steve Whitmire in that concert.
And Dave Goelz preformed Yancy Woodchuck. But that's all I know.
who was yancy woodchuck? was that one of the squirrel's?
Yancy was next to Doc Bullfrog.
It has woodchuck in the name.
thanks for helping me out on that one
really wish this would have been recorded
Yeah but YouTube has videos clips of it.
well not like full rubber duckie or c is for cookie
or the full fraggle rock section
Yeah, that really upset me. I was upset that I was unable to see it, so when I read that Wembley, Red, and Traveling Matt appeared, I had hoped that someone had recorded the entire Fraggle Rock bit, not just bits and pieces of it.
Is there any chance that another Muppets concert at Carnegie Hall will happen next year?
I doubt it, according to recent interviews that are online with John Tartaglia who hosted and helped organize the last one, he said it was a very HUGE undertaking to get three companies involved to do it, plus next year I'm sure the folks at Disney are going to be busy promoting the next Muppets film, so I'd be very surprised if they do anything at Carnegie Hall again so soon.
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