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View Poll Results: Yoda sounds like...
Fozzie Bear 11 12.22%
Miss Piggy 21 23.33%
Grover 12 13.33%
Cookie Monster 9 10.00%
Sam the American Eagle 1 1.11%
None of the above - just Yoda 12 13.33%
Atari Jaguar/Bugger off and stop posting polls 24 26.67%
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14-05-2002, 23:33   #1
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Star Wars Yoda sounds like...

Second poll in a day (sorry) but I'm really interested in the answer to this one.

Frank Oz, as well as doing the voice of Yoda, has done some other puppet voices in the past.

So, when he's doing Yoda, who do you think he sounds most like?
(I've left out some of the ones he obviously doesn't sound like - incl Bert and Animal)

Comments and discussion welcome

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14-05-2002, 23:42   #2
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Most definately Fozzie bear, but then just after voting I noticed the bugger off and stop posting polls choice.... darn what a wasted vote
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15-05-2002, 03:12   #3
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Hmm, it's a close tossup between Fozzie and Grover... but I'm going with Grover on this one.
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he kinda sounds like the Cookie Monster i don't know why..?
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Hrm, I can't remember what cookie monster sounds like apart from "om-nyom-nom-nyom-COOKIEEESS!!!"
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atari jaguar always!
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15-05-2002, 09:44   #7
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Sounds like yoda!!!
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15-05-2002, 09:59   #8
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I am too tired and cranky this morning to think about this in any depth so Atari Jaguar.

But probably sounds like a cross between all of the above.
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16-05-2002, 19:11   #9
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He sounds like Yoda to me.
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16-05-2002, 21:40   #10
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bugger off and stop posting polls!

Thats what i voted, but now that i think about it i think fozzie bear
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17-05-2002, 18:18   #11
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Like the little troll guy outta labyrinth

Man when Yoda Spoiler: gets medievil on Count Dookus ass, so funny, the best part of the film IMO
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Like the little troll guy outta labyrinth
Actually he does sound like him, despite Hoggle's voice not having been done by Oz (Brian Henson stepped up for that one)
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18-05-2002, 01:24   #13
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Hayden Christensen can NOT act.


And it's nice to know the Jedi are a bunch of gay priests, N'Sync are in the movie as Jedi. Yawn!! Kick them in the NUTS

Star Wars is the franchise of franchises. Die-Hard people are fanatic about it


Why do fans like it so much? I think part of it is just seeing George Lucas' latest chapter in the saga up there on the screen. The die-hard cultists are just so pleased that they can live with the enormous faults: hideous dialogue, bad plotting and American infomercial-grade acting.


Ironically, Yoda is no longer even a puppet or a silly little muppet. He's digitally enhanced. But when the Gandhi of the Star Wars epic engages in a light-saber duel he literally saves Episode II from quicksand. It's remarkable, and I recommend he be nominated for best supporting actor. Yawn!! Kick him in the NUTS!!


Still, the Force against dullness is finally goosing George Lucas. To alleviate his usual cornball jokes and solemn mythmaking, Lucas throws in Jedi love (who knew Jedis take a vow not to screw?). And check out the babe casting of the lovers: Natalie Portman as queen turned senator Padme Amidala, decked out in belly-baring outfits Britney would envy, and Hayden Christensen as hotheaded Jedi-in-training Anakin (Darth Vader's inside me somewhere) Skywalker. Yawn!! kick him in the NUTS!!



Suprise part of the Movie
Is the New Zealander from the great movie "Once were warriors" now A crappy StarWars bounty Hunter ?Yawn!! I won't kick this guy in the NUts, cos he'd kick the shiite outta me!



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JacquesPompidou is full of s**t and is constantly spoiling a movie for people who haven't seen it. *yawn* Kick him in the nuts.
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Quote:
Originally posted by JacquesPompidou
Hayden Christensen can NOT act.


And it's nice to know the Jedi are a bunch of gay priests, N'Sync are in the movie as Jedi. Yawn!! Kick them in the NUTS

Star Wars is the franchise of franchises. Die-Hard people are fanatic about it


Why do fans like it so much? I think part of it is just seeing George Lucas' latest chapter in the saga up there on the screen. The die-hard cultists are just so pleased that they can live with the enormous faults: hideous dialogue, bad plotting and American infomercial-grade acting.


Ironically, Yoda is no longer even a puppet or a silly little muppet. He's digitally enhanced. But when the Gandhi of the Star Wars epic engages in a light-saber duel he literally saves Episode II from quicksand. It's remarkable, and I recommend he be nominated for best supporting actor. Yawn!! Kick him in the NUTS!!


Still, the Force against dullness is finally goosing George Lucas. To alleviate his usual cornball jokes and solemn mythmaking, Lucas throws in Jedi love (who knew Jedis take a vow not to screw?). And check out the babe casting of the lovers: Natalie Portman as queen turned senator Padme Amidala, decked out in belly-baring outfits Britney would envy, and Hayden Christensen as hotheaded Jedi-in-training Anakin (Darth Vader's inside me somewhere) Skywalker. Yawn!! kick him in the NUTS!!



Suprise part of the Movie
Is the New Zealander from the great movie "Once were warriors" now A crappy StarWars bounty Hunter ?Yawn!! I won't kick this guy in the NUts, cos he'd kick the shiite outta me!



Already posted that exact post on another thread, piss off you spamming fúckhead
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