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2011.04.30 19:17 sgs1019 Muppets: Entertaining your inner child.
2011.03.26 08:16 cpt_bluebear Muppets!
A reddit for all things Muppet. The Muppet Show, Dark Crystal, Labyrinth, Sam & Friends, Fraggle Rock, Sesame Street, and more!
2023.06.08 21:27 Maryland_Bear I want a political chat show starring Statler and Waldorf
“That’s the worst idea for a tariff I’ve seen since Smoot-Hawley
“Yeah, and you’ve been around long enough to remember the Tariff of Abominations
! Oh ho ho ho ho ho ho!”
Muppet fans outside the US can expand with their own national versions.
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2023.06.01 03:54 Caa3098 TIL Sesame Street’s Big Bird’s teddy bear is named “Radar” after Radar O’Reilly
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I noticed it while watching with my daughter and googled to see if the 4077 inspired the bear’s name and sure enough it did! submitted by Caa3098 to mash [link] [comments]
The wiki page contains interesting info about abandoned plots for the bear to ride on the challenger and about how the bear somehow cured Big Bird’s “memory flu”(?)
2023.05.31 23:09 SelfDestructGambit The Salt Box II Thread
CM Peanut vs. Kwaz FT5 Ethan "Peanut" Masterman // Twitch Twitter Wiki vs Joseph "Kwaz" Kwasnieski // Twitter Wiki
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"I have wins on Apollokage but you can't beat his baby momma?" - Peanut
"I screamed really loud" - Kwaz
CF ChunkyKong vs. Krune Kiyarash FT5 Rylan "ChunkyKong" Silva // Twitch Twitter Wiki Team vs Kiyarash "Kiyarash" Younessi // Twitch Twitter Wiki Team
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Hot Mic: "They're calling you Kiyatrash in chat" - Hbox
"It's not over till it's over" - Kiyarash. "That's kinda based" - ChunkyKong.
"Kiyarash you keep bringing him to PS2 you actual muppet man" - Luugi
"Get fucked- mic cuts out" - Kiyarash
"Good set, you made it hard for me. You had me scared. Now of course if I lost, I wouldn't be telling you any of this shit -" - Kiyarash "Yo thank you for hosting I'm gonna go now bye" - ChunkyKong.
"I want to apologize to fucking nobody. I won, give my all my Hbox points" - Kiyarash
"Did you just kill him at 10% twice and call him fatherless?" - DDee
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I have to go now lol but Kiyarash v DDee seems fun lmk how it goes lmao
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2023.05.29 03:24 SauceDoctorMD Cool Tutter
2023.05.26 18:16 probablywitchy How many birds are killed to decorate one Big Bird puppet?
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The puppet is covered in real turkey and ostrich feathers. According to an interview with the owner of American Plume and Fancy Feather, Sesame's feather supplier, Sesame Street "rejects nine out of ten feathers". submitted by probablywitchy to vegan [link] [comments]
Also, from the Muppet Wiki:
"Big Bird's feathers are white turkey feathers, dyed yellow. There are approximately 4,000 feathers on the puppet. According to Muppet wrangler Michelle Hickey, Big Bird's feathers are "hand-glued and backed with a ribbon that is hand-stitched on." His feathers are also rated from A to D, with only A and B rated feathers making up the puppet. Occasionally C rated feathers are used towards the bottom of the puppet. Hickey also states that the feathers are replaced every two weeks, or after the Muppet has been to an event. Count von Count has taken it upon himself to count the feathers on a number of occasions, each with a different number total. These instances include Episode 0715 (9,743), Episode 1601 (6,448), Learning About Numbers (5,961), Episode 2722 (4,798), and Episode 5015 (6,273)."
So reddit vegan detectives: What is your estimate? How many birds were killed to decorate one Big Bird puppet?
2023.05.13 17:00 _call-me-al_ [Sat, May 13 2023] TL;DR — This is what you missed in the last 24 hours on Reddit
If you want to receive this as a daily email in your inbox, you can now join at this link Russia tried to destroy US-made Patriot system in Ukraine, officials say CNN Politics Comments Link Russian troops fall back to ‘defensive positions’ near Bakhmut Ukraine Comments Link Germany prepares biggest military equipment delivery yet to Ukraine Comments Link Dallas police say man shot, killed 26-year-old girlfriend for having abortion
Idaho mom Lori Vallow found guilty of killing 2 of her kids.
8-year-old escapes abduction attempt in Northern Michigan, brother hits suspect in head with slingshot
Study suggests the reason we worry is to avoid negative emotional contrasts after negative events. In other words, if we are already worried and anxious, we will experience less of a negative emotional contrast after something bad happens than if we were feeling happy and relaxed.
Resource scarcity or living in poverty doesn't increase self-serving dishonesty, a series of studies finds. But most people wrongly believe that it does.
Modern dog breeds that are genetically more distant from wolves have a relatively larger brain size compared to ancient breeds that are thousands of years old
My mom built this to teach kids about space (day/night cycle)
Fireball seen over Japan's skies last night left many people speculating if it was a meteorite, shooting star? missile? Stopping rumors the National Astronomical Observatory of Japan came out with a clarification.Rocket debris reentering the atmosphere.
Astronomers have found an exoplanet with the mass of Jupiter so close to its star that a year on it lasts only 1.6 days
Sweden is building the world's first permanent electric road that charges moving EVs
Largest ever US solar factory shows rapid pivot to American made
Personalized RNA neoantigen vaccines stimulate T cells in pancreatic cancer. [A phase I trial. 8/16 patients had recurrence free survival for 18 months, the current duration of the trial]
How important is sex to you in a relationship? Could you be with someone you love even if sex was off the table indefinitely?
Which movie soundtrack slaps from beginning to end?
do men still find their wives sexy after they give birth? what’s the best/worst thing about sex after having kids?
TIL that three years after winning gold at the 2004 Olympics, wrestler Rulon Gardner and two friends’ plane crashed into Lake Powell Utah. The three men swam an hour to the shore through 44F (7C) degree water to the shore and waited all night without shelter for rescue. All three men survived.
TIL that the Woolworth Company (aka Woolworth's) did not go out of business but rather just changed their name to that of their most profitable division: Foot Locker
TIL Brontosaurus is a valid dinosaur again. As of 2015 it is no longer considered to be the same species as Apatosaurus.
A detailed shaded relief map of London rendered from Lidar data [OC]
[OC] Radioactive Decay of Radon Progeny in Dryer Lint
How many fans each NHL team would have if your favorite team was chosen by the closest arena to you* [OC]
I'm sorry Greece. I had no idea...
Wash your eggs? (Netherlands)
I'm 15 years old and want to learn how to cook.
[Homemade] Creamy Lemon Bars
[homemade] Chicken Alfredo Fettuccine w/ Garlic Butter Shrimp (and "charred" garlic bread)
‘Beetlejuice 2’: Willem Dafoe Joins Jenna Ortega, Michael Keaton
‘Nope’ Star Brandon Perea Joins ‘Twisters’
Chaotic, comedic and surprisingly personal — thumbs up for Jay Baruchel's BlackBerry
“They Say It Gets Better,” me, oil painting, 2023
Enraged By Distant Screeching, Poxodd, Pen & Ink and Digital, 2023
Evanescence IV, Me kozscabble, acrylic, 2023
Seth MacFarlane & Showrunners Exit ‘Family Guy’ & ‘American Dad’ Until Striking WGA Gets New Contract
‘Days Of Our Lives’ Star Deidre Hall Celebrates Her 5,000th Episode On The Series
'Lockwood & Co' Won't Be Renewed For Second Season
Belgrade right now, Government media claim there's only a handful of people protesting
Startled Bystander At The Annual Sydney Gay & Lesbian Mardi Gras Parade, 1994
Werewolf making an entrance
Endless Ride [oc]
This slug crawled up my leg without me noticing.
The inside of a Coke Freestyle machine.
The restaurant I went to for lunch has pineapple listed as gross pizza topping!
The craft of making a bamboo briefcase made from a single bamboo stick
This cat with a white body but with a striped face and tail
Penguin and its growing chick go for a stroll
*Having fun with the Corvette's remote starter. *
SWA flight attendant advising passengers to put their bags under seat.
Passing on some baby gear to friends expecting their first. Made them a how-to video
A cute lil conch
Morning wash 💕
(OC) I love her
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2023.05.13 15:16 totoro_half Ex-fucking-CUSE me Frank, explain this fucking immediately
2023.05.11 03:15 chiefyblues An in-depth analysis on a seminal musical performance from one of my favorite shows.
As a lifelong Muppet fan (and a promising aspiring Muppeteer
), I have had a longstanding obsession with Sesame Street
and the plethora of high-quality music that has been featured on the show since its inception in 1969. One of the most popular songs to emerge from the show is Cookie Monster's signature song, "C Is For Cookie
". When I was actively performing live shows in the Eastern Iowa corridor as a puppeteer, one of my signature shows was a triple bill that involved Cookie Monster in two out of the three stories, joined by numerous other Sesame Street
characters in the final one. During these performances, I would passionately lip-synch my Sesame
puppets to the recordings of their respective songs, culminating in "C Is For Cookie", complete with the yellow C set piece and the props featured in the original staging. To prepare, I carefully studied Frank Oz's performance, learning every gesture and nuance he communicated through the googly-eyed monster. My attention to detail translated well to my performances, and it led to this production becoming my most-performed puppet show to date.
I say all of this to show my knowledge of and deep love for the original version of Joe Raposo's beloved song. With that being said, my favorite interpretation of this classic is, without a question, the 1993 version featuring legendary operatic mezzo-soprano Marilyn Horne
. Being an opera buff myself, I must say that I am somewhat biased in this opinion. However, I argue that the value of this particular rendition is not necessarily dependent on the classical tone of the vocals/instrumentation, the Aïda
-esque Egyptian setting, or even the impeccable performance of its star singer. These certainly add to the spectacle of the number, but the true standout factor of this version is Dave Conner's masterful musical arrangement
. Conner was well-established as an orchestral conductor prior to and during his time with Sesame Street
, and his deep love and profound knowledge of classical music brilliantly translated into many of the fantastic operatic production numbers featured on the show, with this one being perhaps the most notable.
I consider myself to be quite knowledgeable on this topic, as I recently transcribed/arranged the first-ever COMPLETE vocal score for the operatic version
. Coming from a purely analytical perspective, Conner's additions/alterations to Raposo's work enhance the piece to a musical level worthy of today's most noteworthy operatic/musical theatre composers.
To set the mood for Horne's transformative version, Conner and Sesame
staff songwritelyricist Luis Santeiro created a gentle opening verse to showcase the mezzo's sumptuous tone and stunning legato. Starting in just m. 5, Conner demonstrates immense musical expertise with his inclusion of the chord Fm7b5, with its voicing spelling out the exact notes of the much-lauded "Tristan chord
" at the opening of Wagner's Tristan und Isolde
. Throughout the rest of the number, Conner inserts several quotes from Verdi's aforementioned Aïda
, specifically the trumpets quoting the famous "Triumphal March
Following the first refrain (and the entrance of the adorable, vocally-mature chorus of Muppet attendants), Conner brilliantly musicalizes Cookie Monster's spoken interlude from the original and treats it like the operatic equivalent of spoken dialogue — recitative. The first section of the recit features a series of satisfying ii-V-I chord progressions in various keys, first in Eb major with Fm7-Bb7-Eb (ii7-V7-I), followed by a modulation to G minor with Am7b5-D7-Gm (iiø7-V7-i), ultimately leading to a militaristic shift to F major with a ii-V-I bassline. The sweeping, aptly dreamlike nature of the "moon" passage marks a tonal shift to Db major (with the melodic figure in the accompaniment subtly quoting the major triad figure featured in the Sesame Street
theme song, a detail I included in m. 36 of my piano-vocal reduction
), followed by a soaring F major sequence with the raised subtonic note of B in the melody, giving an exotic lydian flavor to the passage. The descending chromatic figure in the subsequent instrumental passage is simply magical in both its gorgeous melodic simplicity and rich harmonic complexity, evoking the sonorous composition style of Romantic- and post-Romantic-era operatic composers such as Puccini and Richard Strauss.
When looking at the bridge in the 1993 version of "C Is For Cookie" alongside the one made two decades prior, the enduringly simple latter musically pales in comparison to the operatic former. Though the original does feature an invigorating chromatic key change from Eb major to the exuberant E major in the final refrain (something that Conner did not transfer in his arrangement), the sophisticated harmonic language in the operatic rendition showcases Conner's willingness to not dumb down his arrangements for Sesame Street
's preschool audience, but rather use the show's broad reach to expose children to a high-quality musical vocabulary from a very early age. I can certainly say that the show influenced my decision to study music education at the University of Iowa, and I love that my academic studies in music theory have helped me to further deconstruct the works that have shaped me into the musician I am today.
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2023.05.11 00:58 JustanAnimationFan Julianne Buescher let go?
Today, I stumbled upon Julianne Buescher's Muppet Wiki page
, which was at one point full of information about her (and a few others) being removed from the Muppets, all of which was deleted after I read it (you can find it by clicking "View History"
). Here's what it said:
Even though Buescher has been the only female Muppeteer performing classic characters from the 70's and 80's (like Yolanda the Rat and Wanda of Wayne and Wanda) and the only female performing new characters (like Denise and Beverly Plume in the recent tv series The Muppets and Muppets Now), she has never been moved up to the rank of "core performer", and therefore was never paid the same as her male counterparts (instead only making the minimum wage scale rates of arm assistants and silent side character performers). When Buescher asked the core male performers when a female would be allowed into the core group, she was told "Don't mention that or you will never work again". (Buescher has been experiencing something similar since the early 90's, where on the tv series Dinosaurs the lead female characters were performed by men. And though Buescher did eventually perform the supporting series regular female role of Monica, her pay again remained at minimum wage scale for 3 seasons...far below her fellow male series regular cast mates).
Shortly after the warning, a Hollywood Reporter article was published addressing the issue of excluding women, especially Buescher, from The Muppets core group.
In 2021, Disney and The Muppet Studios asked Muppet performers and crew "what makes you diverse?", and Buescher shared that she is Autistic (among other information that includes Buescher in the "diverse" category). Since then, Buescher has no longer been invited to work on Muppet projects. Numerous long-time Muppet crew and cast were told that because they were white, among other physical/diversity markers, that they would no longer be hired. Buescher is now among the growing group of long-time Muppet family members (including Steve Whitmire and Debbie McClellen) to be suddenly removed from the Muppet roster without explanation.
Their source for this was apparently Julianne Buescher herself, but they didn't include a link to solid proof (maybe it was a private conversation between them and Julianne, I don't know).
Anybody know if there's any truth to any of this? I don't know what to make of it. The claim that Julianne hasn't been invited to work on a Muppet project since 2021 makes me raise an eyebrow, seeing as she worked on Muppets Haunted Mansion
and the Holey Moley
crossover, though those might have been filmed before she was let go. And who are the other "long-time Muppet crew and cast" who were told they wouldn't be hired because they were white?
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2023.05.04 09:49 Quiott Today is Star Wars day - Let's request all titles which have not been added to Disney Plus yet
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2023.05.01 00:41 Dull-Turnip-3099 Searching for a (potentially nonexistent) Muppet video from 2013
So I recently stumbled across the page on the Muppets Wiki which talks about the canceled 2013 proposed Muppets broadway show.
Apparently a fifteen minute presentation of the technical possibilities for the show was produced in Disney's New Amsterdam Theater.
Nowhere on the Muppet-wiki does it say that this presentation was filmed so obviously searching for a video of it is a huge stretch. But it would be a shame not to ask. Does this video exist? If so, where can my eyes encounter it?
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2023.04.29 09:07 FizzyBuzzBuzz [Found] Disney Bridge To Terabithia - Premiere 2007 for Disney Xtreme Digital
The Movie is based on the 1977 novel of the same name by Katherine Paterson. The film stars Josh Hutcherson, Anna Sophia Robb, Bailee Madison, Zooey Deschanel, and Robert Patrick. Its plot follows two 11-year-old friends who create a fantasy world called "Terabithia" to cope with reality and spend their free time together.
And what is Disney Xtreme Digital you may ask Disney Xtreme Digital was a magic Web portal that has Disney content such as videos and music, it allowed registered users to created their own personalized channels. (also known as DxD, not to be confused with the Disney XD TV channel) was an online network on Disney.com
that showcased exclusive Disney content such as videos and music. It allowed registered users to create their own personalize "channels", collect "D-points", and participate in specialized social-networking features with other users.
Yeah I got the information from wiki but some just prioritize the Muppets for some reasons.
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2023.04.29 02:15 Brown052717 Anyone else think of Fraggles when you look at Luna?
2023.04.29 01:49 Obversa [Peter Pan & Wendy] Captain James Hook is Lord James Beauclerk, the illegitimate son of King Charles II of England and his mistress Nell Gwyn
Captain Hook is James Beauclerk, the illegitimate son of King Charles II of England and his mistress, the low-born actress and courtesan Nell Gwyn. Evidence for this includes:
- Captain Hook is the spitting image of King Charles II of England - with dark or black curly hair and "Stewart/Stuart resemblance", with the only difference being Hook's blue eyes.
- Hook sharing personality traits, mannerisms, and physical features with both King Charles II and Nell Gwyn, balancing aristocratic dress and mannerisms with "slightly disgusting" ones.
- "Captain Hook" is implied to be a fake name and invented identity to conceal Hook's true identity. J.M. Barrie states in Peter Pan & Wendy: "'Hook' was not his true name. To reveal who he really was would, even at this date, set the country [of England] in a blaze." This is especially true if Captain Hook was none other than the King Charles II's long-lost son, Lord James Beauclerk.
- The mysterious "death" and disappearance of the Rt. Hon. James Beauclerk, or "Lord James Beauclerk". Nell Gwyn gave birth to her second child by the King, christened James - after King Charles II's younger brother, Prince James, Duke of York - on 25 December 1671, or Christmas Day. Sent to school in Paris to receive an education fit for a prince when he was just 6, James Beauclerk supposedly died there in 1680 under mysterious circumstances. What James' life was like in Paris and the cause of his death are both unknown, one of the few clues being that he died "of a sore leg", which his great-nephew speculated could mean anything from "an accident to poison". This was published in the book The House of Nell Gwyn (1974). However, it is possible that James Beauclerk did not die, as reported - but rather, disappeared, or was whisked away in secrecy back to England due to fears over kidnapping and assassination attempts. His body was never returned; to this day, it is a mystery as to what, exactly, happened to James Beauclerk.
------------------------------ Evidence I: Captain Hook is the spitting image of King Charles II of England
, with the exception of Charles having "dark eyes", and Hook having "blue eyes".
Per M.F. Webb's blog post
As J. M. Barrie wrote in Peter Pan and Wendy, "[i]n dress, [Captain Hook] somewhat aped the attire associated with the name of [King] Charles II, having heard it said in some earlier period of his career that he bore a strange resemblance to the ill-fated Stuarts".
Hook also wore his hair in long black corkscrews curls, resembling the king's wig. While "[H]is eyes were of the blue of the forget-me-not," wrote Barrie, there can perhaps be seen a shared melancholy in the faces of both.
------------------------------ Evidence II: Captain Hook shares further personality traits, mannerisms, and physical features with both King Charles II and Nell Gwyn.
Per M.F. Webb's blog post
King Charles II's father, King Charles I, was deposed from the throne by the decidedly un-jolly Oliver Cromwell and executed in 1649, and the son exiled. Upon the death of Cromwell, Charles II reclaimed the throne in 1660--the start of the Restoration--with a style of rule so at-odds with that of Cromwell that his court was renowned for all manner of licentious behavior.
Yet he wasn't neglectful of his subjects, as one might expect from his frivolous ways--when the Great Fire of 1666 destroyed three-quarters of the wooden buildings in the City of London over the course of four days, he fought the fire alongside the citizens.
There are any number of entertaining stories about Charles II...He reinstated the celebration of Christmas, and was the recipient of the first pineapple brought to England.
One anecdote which I haven't found a place for (yet) is about Thomas Blood, who attempted to steal the crown jewels (and whose portrait, incidentally, is a crucial part of the plot of Muppets Most Wanted). The crown jewels had been melted down after Charles I's execution, and later refashioned by Charles II, so this was a grave crime indeed. Yet Charles was so impressed with Captain Blood's audacity that he rewarded him, rather than have him punished.
Charles II was surrounded by interesting women. He had a dozen (12) acknowledged children with a plethora of mistresses, including two by actress Nell Gwyn: Charles Beauclerk and James Beauclerk. (Among his actions as monarch was legalizing the profession of acting for women.)
Wikipedia also states that King Charles II was also "fond of scoundrels and pirates", like Thomas Blood:
The reasons for the King's pardon [of Thomas Blood] are unknown. Some historians have speculated that the King may have feared an uprising in revenge by followers of Blood, who were thought to have taken an oath to their leader. Others speculate that the King had a fondness for audacious scoundrels such as Blood, and that he was amused by the Irishman's claim that the jewels were worth only £6,000, as opposed to the £100,000 at which the Crown had valued them.
There is also a suggestion that the King was flattered and amused by Blood's revelation that he had previously intended to kill him while he was bathing in the Thames River, but had been swayed otherwise, having found himself in "awe of majesty". It has also been suggested that his actions may have had the connivance of the King, because the King was very short of money at the time.
Following his pardon, Blood became a familiar figure around London, and made frequent appearances at Court, where he was employed to advocate in the claims of suitors to the Crown [to the King].
Described in an American source as a "noted bravo and desperado", as well as a "ruffian and adventurer", Blood was known for his attempt to kidnap - and, later, to kill - his enemy, James Butler, 1st Duke of Ormond (19 October 1610 – 21 July 1688), while employed by the Duke of Buckingham.
Blood died in 1680, around the same time that James Beauclerk (b. 1671) "died" and disappeared. It is believed that Blood's body was exhumed by the authorities for confirmation: such was his reputation for trickery, it was suspected he might have faked his death and funeral to avoid paying his outstanding £10,000 debt to the Duke of Buckingham.
With King Charles II finding a notorious criminal like Blood to be "amusing", it would make sense that his son - James Beauclerk - might also find the life of a pirate to be attractive to him.
Next up, we have Eleanor "Nell" Gwyn
, the mistress of King Charles II, and the mother of James Beauclerk. Nell, who began life as a low-born prostitute, started her career as an actress and courtesan when King Charles II made it legal for women to be actors. Eventually, she ended up in the King's bed as his mistress, after also serving as a mistress-for-hire (escort) for various actors and nobles.
Charles II also commissioned erotic paintings of Nell, the equivalent of nude photos today. Nell posed for at least two nude portraits, which depicted her as both Cupid (Eros) and Venus (Aphrodite), as well as other portraits that showed her "bare-breasted and stuffing sausages"
. This was in contrast to King Charles II's saintly wife, Catherine of Braganza, who was raised in a convent, and was deeply religious.
Unlike Queen Catherine, Nell also bore Charles two children in quick succession: Charles Jr. and James. They were added the the King's brood of 12 or more children, all born out of various mistresses. Nell Gwyn
, with her crossdressing and cavalier attitude
, and her propensity for acting, was also similar two famous female pirates: Anne Bonny
(8 March 1697 – disappeared April 1721) and Mary Read
(1685 – 28 April 1721). Like Anne Bonny and Mary Read, Nell Gwyn also adopted a male persona.
Nell Gwyn also lived during the Golden Age of Piracy
, which lasted during the 1650s and the 1730s. As such, Nell Gwyn often played the love interest of a rake during her 7-year career as a stage actress. Some credit her with first popularizing the "Reformed Rake"
trope in romances, giving rise to the phrase "reformed rakes make the best husbands"
, a Stock Phrase
in Regency romances (1811 to 1820).
To quote Wikipedia:
This was the first of many appearances in which Gwyn and Charles Hart played the "gay couple", a form that would become a frequent theme in restoration comedies. The gay couple, broadly defined, is a pair of witty, antagonistic lovers, he generally a rake) fearing the entrapment of marriage, and she feigning to do the same in order to keep her lover at arm's length. Theatre historian Elizabeth Howe goes so far as to credit the enduring success of the gay couple on the Restoration stage entirely to "the talent and popularity of a single actress, Nell Gwyn".
[...] In a historical context, a rake (short for rakehell, analogous to "hellraiser") was a man who was habituated to immoral conduct, particularly womanizing. Often, a rake was also prodigal, wasting his (usually inherited) fortune on gambling, wine, women, and song, and incurring lavish debts in the process. Cad is a closely related term. Comparable terms are "libertine" and "debauchee".
The Restoration rake was a carefree, witty, sexually irresistible aristocrat, whose heyday was during the English Restoration period (1660–1688) at the court of King Charles II. They were typified by the "Merry Gang" of courtiers, who included as prominent members John Wilmot, George Villiers, and Charles Sackville, who combined riotous living with intellectual pursuits and patronage of the arts. At this time the rake featured as a stock character in Restoration comedy.
[...] Following the tone set by the monarch [King Charles II] himself, these men distinguished themselves in drinking, womanizing, and witty conversation. Many of them were inveterate gamblers and brawlers. Some were also duelists, but not with the approval of King Charles II, who discouraged the practice of dueling.
If this sounds like something pirates are often characterized as, you'd be correct.
(For more, see Rakes, Highwaymen, and Pirates: The Making of the Modern Gentleman in the Eighteenth Century
by Erin Mackie: "Mackie explores the shared histories of the modern polite English gentleman and other less respectable, but no less celebrated, 18th-century masculine types: the rake, the highwayman, and the pirate
. Mackie traces the emergence of these character types to the 17th and early 18th centuries (1600s-1700s)
, when traditional aristocratic authority was increasingly challenged. She argues that the development of the modern polite gentleman as a male archetype can only be fully comprehended when considered alongside figures of fallen nobility
, which, although criminal, were also glamorous enough to reinforce the same ideological order." Mackie also wrote the paper "Boys Will Be Boys: Masculinity, Criminality, and the Restoration Rake".)
In any case, the "tall, dark, and handsome rake" was also the type that Nell was quite attracted to.
While King Charles II had thick dark (black) hair and "dark eyes", Nell Gwyn was reportedly "extremely pretty, with long reddish-brown hair and a good figure; [in personality] reckless, but generous and unpretentious". Another source describes her as "small, slender, and shapely, with a heart-shaped face, light hazel eyes, and chestnut-brown hair". (Some portraits depict Nell with blue eyes.)
Like his father, Charles Jr., the elder son of Charles and Nell, had dark brown hair and eyes. However, an effigy
of the two brothers - Charles Jr. and James - shown together shows that James Beauclerk had lighter eyes; either a light hazel, like his mother - or blue, matching the eyes of Captain James Hook.
King Charles I of England - James Beauclerk's paternal grandfather - also had dark blue eyes in at least one portrait of him
. Thus, it is possible that James Beauclerk could have inherited recessive blue eye genes from both his father and his mother, giving him his grandfather's blue eyes.
On Charles II's appearance: "Charles II's appearance was anything but English, with his sensuous curling mouth, dark complexion, black hair and dark brown eyes, he much resembled his Italian maternal grandmother, Marie de Medici's side of the family."
So, too, does Captain James Hook's appearance resemble the appearance of Charles II: "[James] Hook is described as 'cadaverous' and 'blackavised', with 'eyes which were of the blue of the forget-me-not' ('save when he was plunging his hook into you, at which time two red spots appeared in them, and lit them up horribly') and long dark curls resembling 'black candles'...he is also described as having a 'handsome countenance' and an 'elegance of...diction' – 'even when he [is] swearing'."
The "handsome countenance" likely came from his mother - the "pretty, witty Nell Gwyn", with both Nell's eyes and James' eyes being noted as their most striking features.
J.M. Barrie also stated in "Captain Hook at Eton" that James Hook was, "in a word, the handsomest man I have ever seen, though, at the same time, perhaps slightly disgusting". This, too, matches the suggestive and "disgusting" mannerisms of Nell Gwyn, the "orange-whore-turned-royal mistress" who was as beautiful as she was sensual - or, at times, even scandalous, sexual, and seductive.
Although Hook is callous and bloodthirsty - again, a trait shared with Nell Gwyn, albeit with Nell trading verbal jabs, rather than physical blows - Barrie makes it clear that these qualities make Captain James Hook a "magnificent pirate", and "not wholly unheroic".
Much like Nell Gwyn, Captain James Hook also seems to be an "actor", of sorts, in that he plays his role of Peter Pan's pirate captain foe, as well as plays up his aristocratic mannerisms. Nell Gwyn also used her ability to creatively swear like a sailor while acting - a trait that both she and James Hook are noted to have in common.
------------------------------ Evidence III: "Captain Hook" is implied to be a fake name and invented identity to conceal Hook's true identity.
This section comes from another blog post
by author Benerson Little. Peter Pan
author J.M. Barrie’s inspiration for Captain Hook is commonly ascribed to a combination of the painted images of King Charles II, plus various references to various historical Captain Cooks. There are several of the latter captains, in fact, including a couple who were buccaneers in the 1680s.
For more detail, here’s Barrie’s perfectly written description of Captain Hook, from Chapter V, The Island Come True
“In the midst of them, the blackest and largest jewel in that dark setting, reclined James Hook, or as he wrote himself, Jas. Hook, of whom it is said he was the only man that the Sea-Cook feared. He lay at his ease in a rough chariot drawn and propelled by his men, and instead of a right hand he had the iron hook with which ever and anon he encouraged them to increase their pace. As dogs this terrible man treated and addressed them, and as dogs they obeyed him. In person he was cadaverous and blackavized, and his hair was dressed in long curls, which at a little distance looked like black candles, and gave a singularly threatening expression to his handsome countenance. His eyes were of the blue of the forget-me-not, and of a profound melancholy, save when he was plunging his hook into you, at which time two red spots appeared in them and lit them up horribly. In manner, something of the grand seigneur still clung to him, so that he even ripped you up with an air, and I have been told that he was a raconteur of repute. He was never more sinister than when he was most polite, which is probably the truest test of breeding; and the elegance of his diction, even when he was swearing, no less than the distinction of his demeanour, showed him one of a different caste from his crew. A man of indomitable courage, it was said of him that the only thing he shied at was the sight of his own blood, which was thick and of an unusual colour. In dress he somewhat aped the attire associated with the name of Charles II, having heard it said in some earlier period of his career that he bore a strange resemblance to the ill-fated Stuarts; and in his mouth he had a holder of his own contrivance which enabled him to smoke two cigars at once. But undoubtedly the grimmest part of him was his iron claw.”
So presents the man in all his glory, a Captain Peter Blood might-have-been, or a Captain Blood had he truly turned ruthless pirate, although the character of Captain Blood wasn’t created until eighteen years later by Rafael Sabatini.
A quick digression by way of annotation: the Sea-Cook is Long John Silver from Stevenson’s Treasure Island
, and yes, many men and women in the 17th and 18th century Caribbean, including English buccaneers and pirates at times, smoked cigars. For more information on the latter, see my blog post "Of Buccaneer Christmas, Dog as Dinner, & Cigar Smoking Women
[...] Shifting briefly to other "Captains Hook", the most notable is Roger Tressady, also Black Tressady, of the Iron Hand in Jeffery Farnol’s novels Black Bartlemy’s Treasure
and Martin Conisby’s Vengeance
. Classics of pirate literature, the novels tend to be better-known in the UK than the US. The character is clearly inspired by Barrie’s Captain Hook.
Furthermore, Wikipedia states that "Captain Hook" did not take on the name until after his hand was cut off by Peter Pan, and he replaced it with an iron hook: "An iron hook
replaced his severed hand, which gave the pirate his name."
J.M. Barrie states in the novel that "Hook was not his true name. To reveal who he really was would even at this date set the country in a blaze"
. He is said to be "Blackbeard
" (Edward Teach, c. 1680 – 22 November 1718), and "the only man of whom Barbecue was afraid". (In Robert Louis Stevenson
's Treasure Island
, one of the names Long John Silver
goes by is Barbecue
In the play Peter Pan
, it is implied that Hook attended Eton College
and Balliol College, Oxford
, and his final words are "Floreat Etona", Eton's motto. In the novel, Hook's last words are a similarly upper-class "bad form", in disapproval of the way Peter Pan beats him by throwing him overboard.
------------------------------ Evidence IV: The mysterious "death" and disappearance of the Rt. Hon. James Beauclerk
Based on when Hook was stated to be "Blackbeard's bo'sun", we can determine that Edward Teach lived around the same time as Charles Beauclerk and James Beauclerk, the two illegitimate sons of King Charles II and his mistress, Nell Gwyn. Charles lived from 8 May 1670 – 10 May 1726, whereas his brother, James, was born in 1671.
This would make Charles and James about 8-9 years older than Edward Teach (Blackbeard), but still contemporaries of Blackbeard. (Blackbeard was active from 1716 to 1718; which means that, if James Hook is
James Beauclerk, he would've been around 45-47 years old then. This also matches the age of Jude Law, the 50-year-old actor playing Captain Hook in Disney's live-action Peter Pan & Wendy
James Beauclerk, the younger brother, was born in 1671. However, he supposedly died at the age of 8-9 from a "mysterious illness", disappearing entirely from the historical record.
Nell Gwyn gave birth to her second child by the King, christened James, on 25 December 1671. Sent to school in Paris when he was six, he died there in 1681. The circumstances of the child's life in Paris and the cause of his death are both unknown, one of the few clues being that he died "of a sore leg", which Beauclerk speculates could mean anything from an accident to poison. Her family's history has been published in the authoritative book: The House of Nell Gwyn (1974).
However, as the circumstances surrounding the young James' death were vague and mysterious, I posit another theory: That he was either taken by Peter Pan to Neverland to become one of the Lost Boys, or that his father - King Charles II - spirited the young James away back to England, especially if his son's life was being threatened by his political enemies.
The first theory features in Disney's upcoming live-action adaptation, Peter Pan & Wendy
Jude Law portrays Captain Hook in Disney's live-action film Peter Pan & Wendy (2023), which adapts material from the 1953 animated film. [...] [In this version, [James Hook] was a friend of Peter's, and the first Lost Boy, but he left Neverland because he missed his mother. Years later, he returned to Neverland as a pirate, being rejected by Peter because he had become an adult.
This, in turn, was based on the 2017 book Lost Boy: The True Story of Captain Hook
by Christina Henry. However, theories that Captain James Hook was once one of Peter Pan's Lost Boys go back even further, with the first theory about it on FanTheories
being posted in 2015
This theory is also supported by the fact that James Beauclerk was a sickly child. Per one source
"Not much is known about his childhood, but he seems to have been gentler and more obliging than his feisty brother, and a bit of a mummy’s boy. This may also have been because he had a weaker constitution than his brother; aside from the usual illnesses that children suffer from, records show that in intervals during 1675-76 there were serious concerns over his health, and he was treated by surgeons using all sorts of powders, cordials, and medicines.
[...] In the summer of 1678, the six-year-old James was sent to Paris for his formal education. We do not know anything about why he was sent to France, or the details about his school or education -- even where he resided, other than Nell mentioning in a letter to a friend that he was to be schooled there. Little did Nell know as she waved him off, that it was the last time they would see each other.
Two years later, in June 1680, Nell received the news from Paris that her 8-year-old son had died. The letter simply stated that he had died ‘of a sore leg’, and whether that was through illness, accident, or, as some have speculated, poison, it was sudden enough that Nell had not been sent any information about his health, nor had made any plans to travel to France to be with her son. Details of both James’ time in France, and his death there, remain a mystery. And, as there is no even record of where he was buried, it is unlikely that his body was returned to England."
If James Beauclerk had gone with Peter Pan to Neverland - the land where little boys "never grow up", and the land of "eternal youth" - it is possible that his constitution could have improved.
However, the second theory is probably more likely, as Hook is implied by J.M. Barrie to have attended both Eton College and Balliol College, Oxford, before becoming a pirate. Eton College is an institution attended by the wealthy and upper-class boys of Britain, including sons of the aristocracy, so Hook having attended Eton strongly implies that he belonged to the nobility - just like James Beauclerk.
Furthermore, James' older brother, Charles Beauclerk, was given military appointments by their father, King Charles II. Per Wikipedia:
Just after the death of Henry Jermyn, 1st Earl of St Albans, at the turn of the year, on 5 January 1684, King Charles granted his son Charles, Earl of Burford, the title of Duke of St Albans, gave him an allowance of £1,000 a year, and granted him the offices of Chief Ranger of Enfield Chace and Master of the Hawks in reversion (i. e. after the death of the current incumbents).
He became colonel in the 8th Regiment of Horse in 1687, and served with the emperor Leopold I, being present at the siege of Belgrade in 1688.
Charles's eldest son and heir, and James' nephew - also named Charles (b. 1696) - was also educated at Eton College, and then went on to study at Oxford.
[Charles Jr.] was educated at Eton College from 1706, and matriculated at New College, Oxford on 24 April 1714. From 1716 to 1717, he undertook a Grand Tour in Italy.
My best guess is that, in this scenario, if Charles was given military appointments, then James - his younger brother - would've been given some, too. While Charles was given a horse cavalry appointment, then James was presumably given a naval appointment. Various members of the British royal family have served as Admiral of the Royal Navy across various ships in British history, so it would make sense that James Beauclerk received a naval appointment as well.
Indeed, King James II of England - King Charles II's younger brother and successor, and the uncle of Charles Beauclerk and James Beauclerk - served as Lord High Admiral of the Royal Navy (1652–1656). (The late Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, also had a keen interest in ships and naval fleets
, including preserving a clipper
ship built in 1869 called the Cutty Sark
If Charles, the older brother, was given the rank of of a Cavalry colonel, then James could have presumably been given the rank of Navy "captain". We also know that Captain Hook is captain of the Jolly Roger
, which J.M. Barrie stated was a brig
(most likely a brigantine
). Brigantines were especially popular with Mediterranean pirates in the 17th century (1600s) due to their speed.
(The HMS Interceptor
in the film Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl
, for example, was portrayed by the brig Lady Washington
, a brig that also was used to portray Captain Hook's Jolly Roger
in the TV show Once Upon a Time
.) This post has since been edited to correct dates, ages, and times listed in it.
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2023.04.28 19:34 Runewaybur How do you picture characters?
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2023.04.26 14:16 grandhommecajun Flan Related
2023.04.24 02:48 Meta-Knight-Star-22 [TOMT] Highly obscure Peter Pan cartoon possibly 2002/2005. Possibly British.
Before you say, no I don’t think this even was the Saban dubbed anime short, as I actually watched it recently. However, the designs are roughly similar as I recalled, tho Peter looks chunkier, looking more like Smee, while Hook has that similar short and stubby design from the Saban animated short. It was hand-drawn.
This, I think, belonged on a UK television block called Tiny Living, or UK Tiny. It also may have been on The Children’s Channel. Extremely brief memory but when channel surfing, I found it and what appeared afterwards was a puppet show called Filligoggin, about a meerkat who gets around helping animal villagers. https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0348509/ https://character.fandom.com/wiki/Tiny_Living
There was this Peter Pan clip I saw on TV, British I think. The only and I mean only parts I remember involve Peter swashbuckling Hook, saying “you won’t defeat Peter Pan!” and was about to fall off the deck at one point. Tink, presented as an average Fairy with tied-back hair, brunette I think, flies behind him and heaves him back on board. Almost like one of those cartoon moments where a large character is about to tilt backwards and fall, only for a little character to go behind their back and push him back in the fight. She even talked in a very high pitched manner; “I can help!!”
Then the next part has Hook falling into the Crocodile’s jaws, legit swallowed whole. Out of nowhere, the Croc even says “mmmm delicious” in a very upper class British accent.
I roughly remember it being a Peter Pan cartoon so I don’t know if the characters are still the same or it’s just an already-existing cartoon where already-established characters cross over with each-other. In fact, it’s almost as if it was an animated take on Hook since the characters do almost resemble them.
I have no idea what it was or where to find it but the memory is intact. It wasn’t a dream and I remembered it way back when I was around six, around years of 2002 and 2005. For years, I’ve been trying to find it and can only find either the Saban takes or Peter and the Pirates. I even looked up any Peter Pan parodies such as those from Hello Kitty, Muppet Babies and even an Alf animated series! Sadly none are what I remember.
I also found these, but they’re very non existent; https://myanimelist.net/anime/54093/Peter_Pan_no_Bouken_Movie
With that info dump out of the way, I would like to find this very cartoon short, episode, movie or whatever, and see the limited memory for real.
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2023.04.15 22:13 DigitalCabal Unsurprising stupidity from the mods of my province's subreddit mods...
I'm new here so apologies if I say something unhinged.
I only recently figured myself out, and things are progressing apace as quickly as I can control. Sadly I live in the Texas of Canada, Alberta. I'm also 46, so pretty sure of myself now and I don't take shit.
We have a provincial election coming up, and the incumbents whom almost always win, have somehow gotten even more unhinged than the usual morons we get; and this includes Jason Kenny (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jason_Kenney#Early_life_and_career
). Just google UCP Danielle Smith if you want some good schadenfreude.
So with that in mind I made a text post appealing to the 2 or 3 hard line cons, that muppet around my provinces sub
saying the same shit over and over again, to consider that the UCP does not care about Farmers, Oil Patch Workers, or avg Albertans. All they care about are their corporate donors and $$$$$ (graft. graft. graft.)
Anyway the post gets modded for low effort and similar to other posts. Spoilers there was not a single other post about Trans or even LGBT issues in this shithole Conservative province in the prev 3 days. So I argued, they replied, I countered, they ignored. NICE.
Just felt like venting. If this is not allowed I understand. I'll just leave these receipts since no one in my province is likely to read this at this point, and I don't give enough a shit about Twitter to sign back up to drag their asses. https://imgur.com/a/sQyuzuE
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2023.04.08 17:00 _call-me-al_ [Sat, Apr 08 2023] TL;DR — This is what you missed in the last 24 hours on Reddit
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What show stayed good from start to finish?
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TIL that Superman's name in Hebrew is translated as Kal, meaning "voice", and El, meaning "of God." So his name literally means the voice of God. Though Superman is mostly interpreted as a Christ allegory today, the entire thing is actually based on Moses. Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster were Jewish
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The Mormon church owns 2.3M+ acres of private land in the US. That’s 1 in every ~550 acres. Known holdings make it #2 top landowner. 6 visualizations at the link: state-by-state share, largest landowners ranked, et al.
[OC] I was unhappy that none of the maps on election night for the Chicago mayoral runoff showed how much the candidates won by in each precinct so I made one myself.
Even with today’s slowdown, profit growth remains a big driver of inflation in recent years: Corporate profits have contributed to more than a third of price growth
Wagyu. Is it just a gimmick?
Poor quality garlic (US)?
Dry ribs left out for 5 hours
[Homemade] 10 pounds of sweet Italian sausage
[I ate] Chicken Schnitzel,Späzle, and quick kraut.
[homemade] puff pastry.
Scorsese's "Killers of the Flower Moon" is recorded to have over a 4 Hour Runtime
James Mangold Writing & Directing Swamp Thing Movie, James Gunn Confirms
I am nearly 60 years old and have seen a lot of movies. I still believe that the original The Muppet Movie is one of the best movies ever made. You can try to prove me wrong, but you won't be able to.
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My sons 60” box jump
Not quite my chinchilla
Lionel Moosi dribbles through everyone!
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After more than a year of feeding her, here’s the first time this feral sweetie climbed onto my lap.
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2023.04.04 01:37 vhanw342 La película de títeres no identificada (talvez lost media)
No estoy seguro cuando, pero en algún de momento entre 2017 y 2019 estaba en la casa de mi abuelos, era tarde y veía tv, recuerdo ver 2 películas de títeres al mismo tiempo porque las 2 estaban épicas, una de ella fue "Muppets 2:Los mas buscados" en Disney XD, y la otra era la particular pdtni o película de títeres no identificada en Discovery kids, aunque mi investigación ha sido muy poca no he logrado encontrar ninguna información acerca de ella, lo mas cercano fue la película de los loonies, pero son los loonies, es imposible que sean los loonies, creo que seria tan fácil como buscar en las películas transmitidas por Discovery kids Latinoamérica, pero estamos en 2023 hay internet y existe reddit para que la gente lo haga por mi, de todas manera revisare en la wiki fandom, ya para terminar quiero dar información acerca de la película
1 el protagonista encontraba un secreto de la villana y la villana lo queria matar
2 no es 31 minutos la pelicula
ya, si saben algo hagan algo para avisarme, no se si hay comentarios
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2023.04.03 04:15 AnimeGames16 [PARTIALLY LOST] Bear In The Big Blue House Live: A First Time For Everything - Update
EDIT: This might be a false alarm. If I get confirmation that it is this post will be deleted.
Some of you may recognize this from a few weeks ago. Original post
There has since been an update!
To recap: Bear in the Big Blue House Live: A First Time for Everything
was a live stage show that toured from 2002-2003.
The official description of the show is as follows:
“The lovable, cha-cha-cha dancing star of Jim Henson's Bear in the Big Blue House is singing and dancing his way to cities across the nation.
Bear in the Big Blue House Live's "A First Time for Everything" is the all new national touring production starring Bear and his puppet friends from the hit Disney Channel television show.
Join in the fun as Bear is introduced to the Mann family, who get lost in Woodland Valley enroute to their new home. This exhilarating live theatre experience follows Bear and his friends, including Pip and Pop, Tutter, Ojo, and Treelo, on a journey of first-time feats and Bear welcomes every challenge with open paws! Celebrate beginners' triumphs with Bear and his friends — cheer on Tutter as he prepares for his first day of school and encourage Ojo as she rides her first two-wheeler. "A First Time for Everything" features "Bear Cha-Cha-Cha", "Goodbye Song" and other hit songs from the Disney Channel television series.
From the producers of Sesame Street Live, "A First Time for Everything" is an all-new celebration of beginners' triumphs — as Bear says, "It smells like fun!"
There are a few screenshots (some of which can be found in a slideshow uploaded by actor Sarah Daniels
), the list of songs, and the characters, which can be found on Muppet Wiki as well. A commercial for the British version of the show
has also been found and it apparently toured there in 2004.
Here’s the update. A few new screenshots have been posted to Muppets from a personal photo album
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2023.03.29 01:13 baxterfishsticks Who does Grover work for in this clip?
"Hello there mister frog. I represent the little [?] machine company"
I am not too well versed in the lore but I'm assuming this is just a one-off mention. I have tried searching for transcripts and subtitles for this episode (0848
) but couldn't find any.
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