Practically any Elmo clip prior to season 17 is as scarce as it comes, so I can't help you there. Also, that's actually not Brian Muehl playing Elmo in the clip you provided. Muehl's initial Elmo has been described in several Muppeteer memoirs and interviews as having as a high, breathy voice; not the gravelly, loud voice heard here.
Actually I don't think that's Jerry Nelson. It was said that Elmo had multiple different puppeteers back then before he was voiced by Brian Muehl. Elmo was actually probably voiced by Michael Earl in the We're All Monsters segment, I think.
Hello GrayWolf2. Disneysaurus was blocked for not replying to the wall messages our admins had left him regarding of his edits, and for continuing to add info without citing sources. The user's block log should speak for itself.
thanks for cleaning up the page I set up earlier! This is all new to me so any help is very much appreciated. I'll be adding more details to that page later on ... hope I won't mess it all up again. ;-)
Nor probably in this country, lol. Anyway, I guess I didn't want to have a number that connected to my birthyear when I came up with the name, and "53" was the age that Jim Henson lived to, so my teenage self thought that was a totally unpretentious username to use. In hindsight, I don't know why I picked that out of other important Muppet/Henson numbers, "36", "55", "76".
Hey, when I found and watched clips featuring Shelly the Turtle, he sounded much like Big Bird meaning he was voiced by Carroll Spinney (Marty Robinson's characters are more likely to sound like Telly or Mr. Snuffleupagus). Also, at the end of the quiz in the Hair episode of Elmo's World, it sounded like Jerry Nelson (R.I.P.) was voicing him. Therefore, this wiki could be wrong about Marty Robinson voicing Shelly.
Well, I gotta say, that is such an unusual voice for one of his characters. AND, it would DEFINITELY have to be Jerry Nelson voicing Shelly at the end of the quiz in the Hair episode of Elmo's World (Shelly sounded different than in the clips I found featuring him, such as his song, I Get There).
Hello, I'm a new user as well and I was updating it because my little cousin was just watching Elmo's World, and I was trying to help the page, but it was blocked. Why did it get blocked? I didn't do anything wrong.
Hi, the Big Foot page you're referring to is sufficient as written and doesn't need to be elaborated on. Also, it looked as though you were having trouble in your more recent edits to the page, including an image that was inadvertently deleted (not your fault, but a defect in using Visual Editor).
The performance of Astoria have been a hot topic before. Even the puppeteers that worked on the episode are not sure who did it, as you can see from the talk page Talk:Astoria.
So if you are sure it's Steve you need some other evidence other than "I recognize the voice"
Thanks for chiming in, Henrik. Yeah, the Astoria talk page has a long string of guesses ranging from Steve to Jerry Nelson to Bob Payne. Basically, it sounds different to other people, so we would need more definitive proof than a guess. For more info on this point, I would recommend reading Muppet Wiki:Name That Voice.