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Frank Oz on The Colbert Report

The creator of such iconic muppet characters as Grover, Cookie Monster, Bert, Ms. Piggy, and Animal (before handing them off to other people to devote more time to film directing) appeared to discuss the release of the director’s cut of his hit film Little Shop of Horrors.

(This clip appeared on November 28, 2012. To get suggestions on how to view clips of The Daily Show and The Colbert Report outside the US, please see this earlier post.)

Comments

  1. Trebuchet says

    Steven’s question near the end, about 6:50, is kind of poignant:

    What is it like being famous for a character who isn’t you, who gets to say and you things you don’t get to do? I’m asking for a friend.

  2. Trebuchet says

    Dang typos. Dang lack of an edit function. Corrected quote:

    What is it like being famous for a character who isn’t you, who gets to say and do things you don’t get to do? I’m asking for a friend.

  3. Mano Singham says

    You’re right. I will correct it. I can’t believe I made such a careless mistake since I am such a huge Sesame Street and Muppets fan.

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