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Dave Goelz in Ask the Storybots

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I was watching an episode of Netflix's Ask the Storybots. Episode entitled: How Do Flowers Grow? And I saw a Claymation caterpillar voiced by Dave Goelz. He sounded kind of like Boober Fraggle.
 

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You can hear Dave as the voice of the caterpillar at 0:44.
 

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You can hear Dave as the voice of the caterpillar at 0:44.
That trailer actually looks better than I was expecting! I may actually give it a watch. It also has a pretty big roaster of guests in it. I mean, Wanda Sykes, Snoop Dogg, David Cross, that one depressed friend from Ferris Buller's Day Off...pretty impressive.
Also, pretty surprised that the Muppet performers don't do more voice work. Seems like they'd be good at it.
 
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