Great addition, Julian! I'm not sure if you're seeing your wall, but in addition to some other notes below (I've been adding some fun German stuff, I keep running into supporting players on Tatort, including two recurring back-up players to the leading komissar, and of course, there was Klaus Höhne), I'm trying to figure out the timeline for Harald Halgardt transitioning to Peter Kirchberger as Graf Zahl, should you see this.
Just found the Season 4 and 5 episodes of "Die Muppet Show" in German below. However, the site is blocked in the US, so do you think you can take a look at it and add more to the "broadcast order" section?
Hey, since you're one of the Sesamstrasse experts around here, this fan club site has a bunch of info on the guest stars they've had through the years. I was thinking you, or someone else, might want to tackle adding pages for the ones we don't have yet.
Thanks for the corrections and additions (I wondered why the title suggested hoerspiele, but should have guessed; many US or UK magazines went through similar changes but just added "and TV" and eventually dropped radio, save Radio Times, which while more TV heavy, still has enough to cover on the former).
I was just wondering if there is any copyright laws involved or could I get permission if there is, to use the attached image, that you have posted on Wikia to be used as a t-shirt transfer for a concert participation costume. We are doing a Muppets themed concert and have hired and made costumes for the concert and were looking at creating a shirt in recognition of the children's participation in the event. The shirts will not be sold. No money will be made on the production of these shirts.
Could you please let me know if this would be allowed. Our concert is on Sunday 13th December, 2015 and would like to have them ready for the children to wear on that day if possible. We are based in Brisbane, Queensland Australia.
Thanking you for your time in this matter.
the image is widely used all over the Internet, which makes me think you could probably use it under "fair use," like we do. You could credit Disney, as they're the copyright holder. But I'm by no means an expert on this legal stuff, and as you probably know, this Wiki is not officially linked to Disney/Henson/Sesame. If you want to feel safe, contact official sources! But then again, if you ask for approval, the answer can go both ways! ;)
Good luck and lots of fun with your Muppets themed concert! You should tell the friendly folks at Tough Pigs or The Muppet Mindset about it -- maybe they'll promote the event!
My heart skipped a beat at the sight of that Rizzo ornament (fortunately I can get it via Amazon, just hope it's sturdily made, but all the Disney Store ornaments this year seem less breakable than some I've bought in the past, so hopefully same applies to park stuff). Even if I don't get it, just knowing they did this... Pure joy.
Your welcome! I downloaded Krimi some time back (Donald Arthur's Ustinov was really quite close), so I knew Kurt Zips was Bunsen. He died in 1988. Peter Capell died in 1986. That narrows it down slightly (I've a hunch it might have been dubbed around the time of Die Fraggles, but only Eberhard Storeck and anonymous recording studio personnel know for sure).
Also enjoying all the gaps you're filling in re the miscellaneous specials.
And for the heck of it, enjoy a 1953 pic of Peter Capell, from a Stella Dallas photospread in a radio fan magazine (at this point, he was playing Prince Paul, mysterious alleged expatriate royalty, painter, and possible forger). I keep wanting to maybe do a collage of it with a Pops image for the Old-time radio page, but enjoy in the interim.
I've been out of touch with my friend in that field, but I owe them some photos and such. I'll ask.
Thanks for starting Das Furchester Hotel! I found some Studio Hamburg production schedules mentioning it (May/June and July/August 2015), and listing names (no IDs but process of elimination after a couple roles became known worked). I still can't quite figure out who "Stephanie Danare" is (the synchronkartei site has a "Chiara Danare," no idea if they're the same person).
Speaking of that database, Synchronkartei has a listing for Kermit der Frosch, but with the packaging's full descriptive subtitle. Most of the names re familiar and *seem* right (Tommy Amper as the singing rabbit, for example), but I'm not sure what the source was.