Wow, I had no idea they had that. I recorded the special when it first aired, now I'm grateful I'm old enough to have done so. I hate when they alter things years later for different reseasons.Yeah. When the special was rerun (on the Odyssey Network, and possibly for the Disney Channel showing, as well), Kermit's voice was digitally pitched lower.
Well, I guess because Steve's Kermit improved over time, they wanted to rerecord the voice so he sounded more like Kermit. I guess they just weren't all that successful with that attempt.I wonder why they changed the pitch, this version sounds a lot less scary, in my opinion.
To quote Boris Badenov, "you sar it, keedo!" I was watching the special, "The Muppets Go to the Movies," on YouTube, and when I got to the end, I was a little confused, because I remember from Nickelodeon, Piggy asked Kermit why he put the penguins in the "Heat Wave" number. On the YouTube version, they were talking about racing to the tube (I'm an American, but I have been to England, so I understand that they meant the subway, btw). I didn't know that they had two different endings for that special until now.but when you see them on YT, it's hard to tell which version is which, if that makes any sense.
Yeah. I didn't catch that until now, but he did inherit and from . It will be interesting to listen when I get a chance and hear his thoughts on that matter and how taking over other characters are different from performing his own character: .Some stuff sort of related to this whole topic - Bill Barretta talks character development and taking on someone else's character. Really interesting to hear his perspective on the matter.
It's from the original CBS airing.Also, thanks Mo, for that video you posted, but I think that's still the 'deeper voice' one that I saw. I'd like to see one vs. the other for comparison, but when you see them on YT, it's hard to tell which version is which, if that makes any sense.
Don't forget Mahna Mahna.And dont forget Börk Börk