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Martin talks about auditioning for the film in an interview:{{quote|The audition took place with [[Richard Hunt]] (he works the Muppet character '[[Scooter]]') and a room full of puppets. After looking over Martin's resume, Hunt asked him to choose a puppet and put it on. Then Hunt proceeded to interview the puppet, not Martin. After a minute he turned to the Cincinnati performer and said, 'You've got it. Thank God you're a real live puppeteer, not an actor!'
 
Martin talks about auditioning for the film in an interview:{{quote|The audition took place with [[Richard Hunt]] (he works the Muppet character '[[Scooter]]') and a room full of puppets. After looking over Martin's resume, Hunt asked him to choose a puppet and put it on. Then Hunt proceeded to interview the puppet, not Martin. After a minute he turned to the Cincinnati performer and said, 'You've got it. Thank God you're a real live puppeteer, not an actor!'
<ref name="The Milwaukee Journal">Cincinnati Magazine: [http://books.google.com/books?id=wR0DAAAAMBAJ&pg=PA13&dq=Rick+Lyon+Muppets&hl=en&ei=MdyDTeu-GpSqsAPbjcXxAQ&sa=X&oi=book_result&ct=result&resnum=5&ved=0CDoQ6AEwBDgK#v=onepage&q&f=false Showbiz: Of Muppets and Puppets]</ref>|}}
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<ref name="Cincinnati Magazine">Cincinnati Magazine: [http://books.google.com/books?id=wR0DAAAAMBAJ&pg=PA13&dq=Rick+Lyon+Muppets&hl=en&ei=MdyDTeu-GpSqsAPbjcXxAQ&sa=X&oi=book_result&ct=result&resnum=5&ved=0CDoQ6AEwBDgK#v=onepage&q&f=false Showbiz: Of Muppets and Puppets]</ref>|}}
   
 
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==Sources==

Latest revision as of 23:55, March 18, 2011

Wayne Martin was a background puppeteer on The Muppets Take Manhattan. He performed a dog named Pooch in the wedding finale sequence.

Martin talks about auditioning for the film in an interview:

The audition took place with Richard Hunt (he works the Muppet character 'Scooter') and a room full of puppets. After looking over Martin's resume, Hunt asked him to choose a puppet and put it on. Then Hunt proceeded to interview the puppet, not Martin. After a minute he turned to the Cincinnati performer and said, 'You've got it. Thank God you're a real live puppeteer, not an actor!'

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  1. Cincinnati Magazine: Showbiz: Of Muppets and Puppets

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