Rodney was in Episode 2253, played by Noah Moazezi. There's a four year gap and hard to tell from the available screengrabs, but the nose suggests it might be the same actor (his credited roles predate 1986, so visual comparison is of limited help). On the other hand, Charlotte was also in 2253 and it's obviously not Kerry Butler in Episode 2745.
Policewoman in 1777, no hits for just "Catherine Wright" and actress, but Mary Catherine Wright was active on Broadway and sometimes NY TV and movie and would have been in her thirties at the time. When/if a screenshot can be found, visual comparison would be easy in her case.
Yeah, I just found that connection before adding the pics; it clearly wasn't Kerry, but there wasn't a good shot of Rodney to compare. This is from the crowd scene at the end of #2745, and it does look like the same actor.
Hey Oscarfan or Shawn Keating once i saw the good quality pictures of Brief History of Motion Picture, i just want to say is where do you find this and can you upload that Good Quality Video of that short film somewhere else on the internet if u could or not, because the other one on YouTube is so bright & i can't see what going on. Also one more thing since i saw the tornado in the Brief Motion Picture short film & on the Elmo's World episode Weather, so what's underneath the Tornado puppet and how does it work and could this tornado puppet needs a comeback one more time.
Okay well thanks for asking, also if you could find that again of Brief History of Motion pictures can you upload that video in the near future, also is a what if question, That's All. Also i would love to see the Tornado puppet again if they still had it or not then that okay to me.
Heya, I assume that when you added this, you just had a clip since you didn't include an episode number. If you still have it, I found in the scripts that it was Episode 2187 (repeated as Episode 2376). The script has a slightly different response from Oscar about what to call the award.
There's Category:Henson Company Movies (which is either stuff wholly/primarily produced by Henson or Rock Dog where they did "additional visual development" not within the Creature Shop, so that's an outlier). But this really nebulous stuff should probably become a list, where the Jim Henson Company is credited (with other production companies) but specific contributions are unclear and/or limited. In the case of The Star, the animation itself was done by Canadian studio Cinesite. Both Lisa and Brian Henson get executive producer credit so that means some involvement but it's not clear whether it was creative, fundraising, or whatever. So beyond noting those two facts, there's nothing about the movie that's relevant to Muppet Wiki.
Similarly, we don't have a page for Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day. Lisa Henson produced, the company's Jason Lust executive produced, and the Henson Co. was one of four production companies. And again that's all we can really say about it, apart from a cast list to see if there's any overlap with pages we have. So this would work better as a list akin to Optioned Properties (may well move Rock Dog there later, and there's probably more TV or video stuff ala Dinosaur Train or Unstable Fables but not owned/wholly produced by Henson that could be better tracked there). Might be worth a forum discussion, or just admins putting the stuff together in sandbox.
I'll be taking over for HighJewElfKing but just like Charlie, I'm here to help out however I can, just let me know. You can usually find me on Discord (my username is penguinstyles#9735), however, I'm happy to use whatever contact medium you prefer.
If you have any questions for me, please let me know. I'll try to respond to them as quickly as I can.
Thank you. The performance really isn't that different other than it's the voice that Betty Lou had when she was a major character. Still I'm always fascinated when audio changes happen to Sesame sketches such as We are All Monsters.