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Jerry Nelson (July 10, 1934 - August 23, 2012) started his puppeteering career working for Bil Baird. Throughout the '60s, he worked on-and-off with Jim Henson. In 1970, he joined the company and began working regularly on Sesame Street. Since then, Nelson has performed as a principal puppeteer in numerous Muppet productions including the Muppet movies, The Muppet Show, Fraggle Rock, and various TV specials. In 2004, Nelson announced he would be moving away from performing his classic Muppet characters, citing health reasons. However, he continued to voice his characters on Sesame Street. In 2005, he was one of the narrators on the audiobook version of It's Not Easy Bein' Green, displaying his vocal versatility by reciting most of the quotes from Muppet characters, including Dr. Teeth and the Doozers. In late 2009, Nelson released his album Truro Daydreams.

Jolly Tour Dinosaur Christmas. The home video version of Barney's Night Before Christmas on September 28, 1999 because this program released December 4, 1999. In it, COLD OPEN with Clover featuring previews of The Muppet Movie 1999 VHS on June 22 1979 rated G and spelled out the S-W-I-N-G-S because Diasia's Mom gave her a push so remember to hold two hands. Muppets From Space coming July 14, The First Snow of Winter coming this Fall, Baby Geniuses, The Wind In The Willows, Bear In The Big Blue House from Jim Henson Television, The Wubbulous World of Dr. Seuss from Jim Henson Television, The Great Muppet Caper, and The Muppets Take Manhattan. Tamantha reads this title card in voiceover right after The Barney Theme Song. Simply after "Winter's Wonderful" swimmingly "Elmo's World Up and Down." (EKA: Episode 4080) After this scene where Hannah's house transformed to Santa's house was finding their dog Lucy. (EKA: Episode 3884) Video: Computer Caper (2002) Pledge Break with Alpha Baa Baa Twinkle Duck. "Merry Christmas! Alpha Baa Baa Twinkle Duck here. Time to have their pledge break. Ha, not that kind of break. That means, time to stop the show a little while. And when you come back, there will be Bing Crosby singing this version from 1962 of "Let It Snow, Let It Snow, Let It Snow", Caroler #3 telling Barney to play Gene Autry singing "Rudolph The Red-Nosed Reindeer", this Christmas waltz "It's The Most Wonderful Time Of The Year" words by Edward Pola and George Wyle sung by Andy Williams, and then after that, Ms. Allison from Summit will list previews of The Muppets Take Manhattan right after the last song to hold hands and sing "I Love You". Don't go away, 'cause the program will be right back." Clover spelled Diasia's swings with Tamantha while the song "Joy To The World" plays. "S", Samantha, "W", Wilbur, "I", Ingrid, "N", Nick, "G", Gerald, "S", Sally. After "We Wish You A Merry Christmas", he went to visit Luna with Alpha Baa Baa Twinkle Duck because The Goodbye Song used a different recording with BJ and Tiptie. So after the last song "I Love You", Ms. Allison from Summit lists previews of The Muppets Take Manhattan on July 13 1984 and spelled Diasia's "S-W-I-N-G-S" again just like Clover did simply nighttime music plays. Muppets From Space coming July 14, The First Snow of Winter coming this Fall, Baby Geniuses, The Wind In The Willows, Bear In The Big Blue House from Jim Henson Television, The Wubbulous World of Dr. Seuss from Jim Henson Television, The Great Muppet Caper, and The Muppet Movie. The end credits are pretty long. That have "One Light One Sun" and "Disneyland Fun" there.

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Puppeteer credits Edit

  • The Muppet Show: African Mask (Fire), Albert Flan, Angus McGonagle, The Announcer (1977-1981), Automatic Wastebasket, Bagpipes (episode 520), Baskerville the Hound (episodes 106, 116, 208 and 308), Beakie(episode 412), Behemoth (episode 202), Benny, Big Tiny Tallsaddle, Bruno, Burlington Bertie, Bust of Beethoven, Camilla the Chicken (1978-2003), Cheesecake, Chuckie, Crazy Harry (1977-2003), Dancers, The Dancing Clown, The Devil, Doglion (episode 209), Dodo (episode 415), Dracula, Droop, Eel (episode 417), Emily Bear, Eric the Parrot, Eric the Yodeling Clam, Featherstone, Female Koozebanian Creature, Fleet Scribbler, Floyd Pepper (1975-2003), Forcryingoutloud Bird (episode 309), Fozzie Pig, Fred, Fungus, Fuzz Brother, The Gambler, Geri, Geri and the Atrics tambourine player (episode 517, Gingerbread Man, Gorgon Heap (episode 201), Granny the Gouger, Gnu, Harold, Herman, House #1 (episode 107), House #2, Humpty Dumpty, Irving Bizarre, J.P. Grosse, Jar of Orange Marmalade, Jerry, John Cleese's Agent, Julius Strangepork, Koozebanian Phoob, Lenny the Lizard (episode 107), Leticia, Lew Zealand (1978-2003), Louis Kazagger, Sundance (episode 416, episode 505), Luncheon Counter Monster (occasionally), Mean Mama (occasionally), Merdlidop, Mickey Moose, Miss Mousey, Mulch (episode 509), The Old Lady Who Swallowed a Fly, Opossum, Paul, Paul Revere, Pierre LaCousse, Pig Minister, Pops, Prince Rudolph, Punching Bag, The Queen (episode 121), Quongo (episode 513), Robin the Frog (1971-2003), Sacrificial Idol, Salzburg Sauerkraut Singer, Sarcophagus, Scotsman, Shark (episode 417), Screaming Thing, Shouting Lady, Singing Owl, Slim Wilson, The Sphinx, Statler's Grandson, Super Sheep, Talking Machine, Thog, Thudge McGerk, Tom, Dick, and Harry (Tom), Uncle Deadly, Vendaface, Vendawish, Whaddayasay Bird, Whatnot Monster, William Tell, The Witch Doctor, Yellow Creature, Yorick, Zelda Rose (episode 218)
  • Sesame Street: Adam T. Glaser, Al, Andy, a banana from "Bilingual Fruit Song" (speaking voice only), Barry Rhymie, Bennett Snerf (monster version), Biff, Big Barney, Big Jeffy (in a Grover sketch demonstrating "Walk"), Bill Compton Muppet, Bill Smith, Billy, Birdnardo Birdolucci, Captain Cabbage, Carlos, Charlie (occasionally), Chester O'Leary, Christopher Columbus, Chunky Cheese, Clam, Claude Cuckoo, Cookie Hood, Cookie Monster's Pop, Cookie Monster's Sister, Corny the Corn, Count von Count (1972-2012), Cousin Monster, Cyranose de Bergerac, David Finch, Don Dula, Dr. Livingstone, Dr. Snuffenstein, Baby Monster, Ernest the Grouch, Farley, Farley (lavender boy), Felix the Grouch, Fico, Football, Frankie Monster, Frazzle, Fred the Wonder Horse, The Genie (1976), George, George Washington ("Sesame Street News Flash"), Granny Grouch, Green "Fat Cat" performer, Green Ed, Grouch Cop, Grouch Mayor, Guntag Gelman-Jones, H. Ross Parrot, Harvey Monster, Herbert Birdsfoot, Herry Monster (1970-2003), Hickory Dickory Duck, Hopalong Hamster, Humpty Dumpty, I. M. Pig, J Friend, Jack Be Nimble, Jackman Wolf, Japanese Storyteller, Jerome, Jimmy, Joe, Kathleen the Cow, Kermit the Forg, Kermit the Gorf, Kermit the Grof, King Wasteful V, Leo Birdelli, Leonard Wolf, Little Bo Peep, Little Jerry, Lord Hog, Mad Man, Marty, Mary Rhymie, Maurice Monster, Mean Manny, Middle, Mike, Monster Cookie, Mr. Chatterly, Mr. Foot, Mr. Ice Cream Cone Man, Mr. Johnson, Mr. Lucky, Mr. Snuffleupagus (1971-1978), Natalie, Nick Normal, Noel Cowherd, Number Guy, Oak Tree, Old King Cole, Pamela, Parker Monster, Pesties, Phil Harmonic, Pierre, Piper Piper, Poco Loco (1974-1978), a potato from "Grow High Grow Low", Prince Firstly, Professor Nucleus Von Fission, Pumpkin Monotone (in the song "Proud"), Ricardo Monsterban, Rick, Rocky (baby), Rocky (Wiggly Tooth), Rodeo Rosie, Ronnie Trash, Sam the Robot, Sammy the Snake, Sandy the Snake, Scotty McKilt, Sergeant Thursday, Sheriff Shrimp, Sherlock Hemlock, Simon Soundman, Sir John Feelgood, Sleeping Beauty, Slimey, Sneaky the Elf, Snooks, Sullivan ("Numerical Correspondence"), Teeth, The Amazing Mumford, The Big Bad Wolf, The Big Bad Wolf, The Country Mouse, The Emperor, The Fastest Person in the Kingdom, The Gonk, The Great Fentini, The Hare, The London Frog, The Miller's Daughter, The Royal Barber, Angry, Drippy, Snookey, Sparkey, The Smartest Person in the Kingdom, The Sun, The Young Man Who Lives in a Glove, Tina Twiddlebug, Tony (1970), Tony, Tornado, Tough Eddie, Trevor Trout, Two-Headed Monster, Uncle Louie, Vern, Vidal Spittoon, Walter, Walter, Witch, Xavier, the Martians, Zizzy Zoomer, The Oat Bran Zydeco "Je Ne Sais Quoi" Band Lead Singer, various announcers and others
  • The Jimmy Dean Show (1965-1966): Rowlf's right-hand
  • Commercials
    • Assisting for Southern Colonel, Nutty Bird, and others
    • Federal Housing Administration spot: The Nightmare
  • The Ed Sullivan Show: Clam, Twill[6]
  • The Great Santa Claus Switch: Thog, Zippity, Snivelly, Green Scoff
  • Tales from Muppetland: Featherstone, Caleb Siles, Rover Joe the Hound Dog (puppet), Stepsister #2, Sweetums (puppetry only), T.R.
  • Muppet Meeting Films: Announcers, P. Fenton Cosgrove
  • One to One: The King of Phumph
  • Saturday Night Live: Scred
  • The Muppet Valentine Show
  • The Muppet Show: Sex and Violence: Floyd Pepper, Statler, Envy, Gluttony, Gene Shalit Muppet, Thomas Jefferson, Yellow Stalk
  • Herb Alpert & the Tijuana Brass: Miss Piggy, Muppet Man, Beautiful Day Monster (voice only)
  • Peter Alexander präsentiert Spezialitäten #10: Ernie
  • Emmet Otter's Jug Band Christmas: Emmet Otter, Doc Bullfrog, Melissa Rabbit, Stanley Weasel, Will Possum, Yancey Woodchuck
  • The Muppet Movie: Floyd Pepper, Camilla the Chicken, Robin the Frog, Lew Zealand, Crazy Harry
  • The Great Muppet Caper: Floyd Pepper, Dirty Bird, Pops, Lew Zealand, Louis Kazagger
  • The Dark Crystal: Dying Skeksis Emperor (voice), Skeksis High Priest (voice)
  • Fraggle Rock: Gobo Fraggle, Marjory the Trash Heap, Pa Gorg (face and voice), Architect Doozer, Archbanger Fraggle, Balsam the Minstrel (occasionally), Feenie Fraggle, Fishface Fraggle, Mervin Merggle, Rudy Vallee Doozer, Uncle Gobo
  • The Muppets Take Manhattan: Floyd Pepper, Camilla the Chicken, Lew Zealand, Crazy Harry, Pops, Bear
  • Follow That Bird: Count von Count, Biff, Herry Monster
  • The Christmas Toy: Balthazar
  • Little Muppet Monsters
  • The Muppets: A Celebration of 30 Years: Floyd Pepper, Robin the Frog, Count von Count, Lew Zealand, Crazy Harry, Pops, Two-Headed Monster
  • A Muppet Family Christmas: Emily Bear, Robin the Frog, Floyd Pepper, Count von Count, Gobo Fraggle, Two-Headed Monster, Camilla the Chicken, Lew Zealand, Herry Monster
  • The Jim Henson Hour: Beard, Orange Extreme, Jo Beth Garfdoohoo
  • The Muppets at Walt Disney World: Robin the Frog, Emily Bear,  Floyd Pepper,
  • The Muppets Celebrate Jim Henson: Robin the Frog, Floyd Pepper, Lew Zealand, Camilla the Chicken, Frogs
  • The Muppet Christmas Carol: Robin the Frog (as Tiny Tim Cratchet),  Statler (as Jacob Marley), Ghost of Christmas Present (face and voice), Emily Bear (as Fozziwig's Ma), Pops, Lew Zealand, Mr. Applegate, Father Mouse, Pig Businessmen, Rat Bookkeepers,Penguins, Inkspots, Singing Food
  • Muppet Sing-A-Long: Billy Bunny's Animal Songs: Cecil Bear, Raccoon 2, The Turtle, Frogs
  • The Secret Life of Toys: Balthazar, Bratty Rat, Dinkybeard
  • Muppet Classic Theater: The Big Bad Wolf, Royal Advisor, Montague
  • Muppet Treasure Island: Blind Pew, Mad Monty, Statler (as Figurehead of the Hispaniola), Floyd Pepper, Monocled Pirate, Sal Minella, Island Heads, Inkspots, Old Tom, Octopuses, Skulls, Jaques Roach (Cabin Fever), Spotted Dick, Singing Food
  • The Wubbulous World of Dr. Seuss: The Snoozer
  • Muppets Tonight: Statler, Lew Zealand, Elvises, Floyd Pepper, A. Ligator, Baby Jerry, Clarissa, Dr. Watson, Eggheads, Ernest Pleth, The Head of the Network, Indiana Rat, The Irish Rodents, Jowls, The Mad Bomber, Mama Fiama, Moo-Ing, Percy, Phil, Mr. President, The Rock Lobsters, Rob Reiner Muppet, Robbie, Robot Abraham Lincoln, Stosh, Taylor the Turkey, and The Two-Headed Comic (Left Head).
  • Muppets from Space: Ubergonzo, Robin the Frog, Floyd Pepper, Statler
  • The Adventures of Elmo in Grouchland: Count von Count, Pestie, Grouch Mayor, Grouch Cop
  • It's a Very Merry Muppet Christmas Movie: Robin the Frog, Pops
  • Abby in Wonderland: The Counterpillar
  • Families Stand Together: Mr. Jerry
  • The Best of Elmo 2: Dr. Sigmund Sillystuff
  • The Muppets: The Announcer

Audio credits Edit

  • Elmo and the Orchestra: Leonard Birdseed
  • It's Not Easy Being Green audio book: Performed quotes from Dr. Teeth, Fraggles, Doozers, the guitarist from The Cube, and others
  • Muppets Inside CD-ROM: The Newsman, Statler, Lew Zealand, Floyd Pepper (archive footage)
  • The Muppets: The Announcer
  • Muppets Most Wanted: The Announcer (reused from The Muppets)