Goelz appears with Muppet characters Gonzo and Rizzo the Rat at”The Muppets” panel at Comic-Con International in San Diego.
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Featuring original Muppet performers Oz, Goelz and Nelson, along with Fran Brill and Bill Barretta, the 65-minute documentary is a love letter to Henson and the creative community he developed.The film includes archival footage of the late Muppet originator, along with clips of late writers and puppeteers, including Richard Hunt, who played Scooter and Janice on "The Muppet Show" and Don Music on "Sesame Street"."Muppet Guys Talking" is dedicated to Nelson, who passed away shortly after filming his appearance in the documentary.It was improv that led Gonzo to have a thing for chickens, Goelz says in the film.Brill's height presented a challenge when she first joined the Muppet cast: She's nearly a foot shorter than Oz and the other artists.Apart from reprising his appearance as Yoda in "Star Wars: The Last Jedi," he hasn't performed with a puppet for more than a decade.Besides, he adds, there was something truly special about Henson's Muppet environment, where the characters and the people creating them were all equally close.
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