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Kermit's Swamp Years (2-Sep-2002)

Director: David Gumpel

Writers: Jim Lewis; Joseph Mazzarino

Music by: Joe Carroll; Peter Thom

Producer: Ritamarie Peruggi

Keywords: Juvenile, Muppet

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Jerry Nelson
Performance Artist
10-Jul-1934 23-Aug-2012 Count von Count
Cree Summer
Actor
7-Jul-1969   Cleo on Clifford the Big Red Dog

CAST

Steve Whitmire   ...   Kermit the Frog, etc.
Bill Barretta   ...   Croaker, etc.
Joseph Mazzarino   ...   Goggles, etc.
John Kennedy   ...   Blotch, etc.
Alice Dinnean   ...   Pilgrim, etc.
Jerry Nelson   ...   Statler
Dave Goelz   ...   Waldorf
with
John Hostetter   ...   Dr. Krassman
Kelly Collins Lintz   ...   Mary
William Bookston   ...   Wilson
Cree Summer   ...   Pilgrim (voice)
and
Christian Kebbel   ...   Young Jim Henson
Hampton Dixon   ...   Young Hugo Krassman
Drew Haggard   ...   Joey
Lauren Leech   ...   Student #1
Casey Leslie   ...   Student #2
Jarrod W. Amos   ...   Student #3
Ryan H. Amos   ...   Student #4
Kristen Millen   ...   Student #5
Krystina Malden   ...   Student #6
Humberto Recio   ...   Janitor
Dan Wilkerson   ...   Movie Patron
Ringo the Dog   ...   Pilgrim
Additional Muppet Performers
Mark Gale   ...   Additional Muppet Performer
John David Jordan, Jr.   ...   Additional Muppet Performer
Andy Stone   ...   Additional Muppet Performer
Allan Trautman   ...   Additional Muppet Performer
Melissa Whitmire   ...   Additional Muppet Performer

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