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Sesame Street: Remembering Jerry Nelson

Sesame Street: Remembering Jerry Nelson

Sesame Street: Remembering Jerry Nelson by BuddyBoy600alt
Sesame Street: Remembering Jerry Nelson by BuddyBoy600alt

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BuddyBoy600alt
As most of you know, Jerry Nelson passed away on August 24th, 2012. He was 78. Jerry Nelson was based know for playing Count Von Count on Sesame Street. He was the best. Muppet performer of all time. R.I.P. Jerry Nelson (July 10th, 1934 - August 24th, 2012).

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Falconlobo on October 23, 2012, 7:01:46 AM

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Falconlobomy faves were the count and then uncle deadly from the Muppet show

Falconlobo on October 22, 2012, 8:19:27 AM

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Falconlobonice tribute picture

BuddyBoy600alt on October 23, 2012, 3:58:13 AM

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BuddyBoy600altYeah. I loved Jerry Nelson as well. I miss him, too. The pictures in this picture are: Jerry Nelson and the muppet characters that Jerry Nelson performed. And they are: The Amazing Mumford, Painting of the Bowl of Fruit (From Here is Your Life: Painting of the Bowl of Fruit), Harry Monster, Cookie Monster's Father (From The Monsterpiece Theater sketch: Conservation with Father), The Monster Cookie (From the sketch where Cookie Monster has a nightmare on meeting The Monster Cookie), David Finch (From the Monsterpiece Theater sketch: "Twin Beaks"), Little Jerry (of Little Jerry and the Monotones), Left Side of the Two-Headed Monster, Corny the Corn (From Here is Your Life: Carton of Eggs), Rick (From the Casablanca sketch), Sherlock Hemlock (A spoof of Sherlock Holmes), Count Von Count, Lefty the Salesman's Boss, Biff Hardhat, Mr. Johnson's (Grover the Waiter's customer), Simon Soundman, and Lord Chatterley (Host of Alphabet Chat). We will Miss you, Jerry Nelson.