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Granny Fanny's New Caption
I'm glad we have a new picture, but the tab underneath it is still connected to the Here is Your Life photo. Would someone mind fixing it so we can add the new picture to his main page as well? Thanks. Garrettk41 22:38, 4 November 2008 (UTC)
Here are some other Lavender characters who I think deserve pages of their own. Some may be regular lavenders, so I've posted this on that page as well. We could use articles on: Alice, Ali Baba, The Royal Lackey, The Princess (...and the C), Mary, Jack, Ms. Carpenter, Rita Rucci, Tommy and Sally Wilson, King Gerry the Generous, Princess Geraldine, Ida Nomer, Dierdre, Vivian, Mrs. Rooney, Fenwick La Touche', Mother Goose, and The Royal Paper Maker. Now that I've gotten the hang of it, chances are I'll create some of these articles myself. But if anyone wants to get a head start, that would be great. Garrettk41 02:34, 31 October 2008 (UTC)
Large Lavender Rod Armed?
Some characters on the Large Lavender Live Hand variety have been fitted with rod-arms. A few examples are Rusty and early versions of Sonny Friendly. I'm sure someone here will think of other characters. Rather than making a new page, maybe it's just worth noting it on this page. $0.01 for your thoughts? --Dave Splurge 10:50, 3 February 2007 (UTC)
- I guess it was a rarely used Anything-Muppet pattern. --Wile e2005 15:17, 3 February 2007 (UTC)
Designed from Leo?
I've been wondering for sometime if the Large Lavendar Live Hand AM came from the same design, if not same puppet, to Leo from earlier on. You know, just as Conrad Love became a design for the Guy Smiley Orange Gold. A penny for your thoughts? -- Splurge7:03, 16 June 2006 (UTC)
- I doubt it. The timeline seems wrong, for one thing, since Leo originated in the 70s, and according to the Wiki anyway, had his own origins in Wally and Fred the Elf, though their coloring was different I think. And don't forget to sign your talk pages, David! Andrew Leal (talk) 21:11, 16 June 2006 (UTC)