Behemoth

Behemoth (known more recently as Gene) is an orange monster who appeared occasionally as part of the troupe of Muppet monsters on The Muppet Show, and has also appeared in Muppets Tonight and the 2011 film The Muppets. He first appeared in episode 114, where he was a full-body character for the only...
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In 1966, Henson was contracted by IBM to put together four short films for the company. These films showcased early incarnations of Kermit and Rowlf. Some of the shorts were intended as icebreakers for business meetings, while others featured the Muppets demonstrating IBM’s products in a humorous fashion. One short is also notable for featuring the very first appearance of the Cookie Monster, who eats a coffee machine and winds up exploding.

In 1966, Henson was contracted by IBM to put together four short films for the company. These films showcased early incarnations of Kermit and Rowlf. Some of the shorts were intended as icebreakers for business meetings, while others featured the Muppets demonstrating IBM’s products in a humorous fashion. One short is also notable for featuring the very first appearance of the Cookie Monster, who eats a coffee machine and winds up exploding.

Trevor the Gross is hired as a substitute for Gonzo the Great, when Gonzo plans to leave The Muppet Show in Episode 411 to become a movie star in Bombay. Trevor is suggested by Scooter, due to both his own oddness and the fact that hes the best friend of J.P. Grosse.

George the Janitor with Scooter

Pops the Doorman

Albert Flan and Otto the Automatic Entertainer

Swedish Chef

The Moopets is a Muppet tribute band headlined at the Pechoolo Casino by "original Muppets cast member" Fozzie Bear seen in The Muppets. The group features thug doppelgangers of famous Muppet characters representing Miss Piggy, Kermit the Frog, Rowlf the Dog, Janice and Animal. The most notable member is Miss Poogy, who temporarily becomes a member of The Muppets. When Fozzie leaves the group, he is replaced by a Moopet bear.

Sweetums with Beautiful Day Monster

Moo-ing the Merciless is the evil emperor of Lactosia. Moo-ing is a spoof of Ming the Merciless, the villain of the Flash Gordon comic and serials.

Angus McGonagle, the Argyle Gargoyle who gargles Gershwin gorgeously.

Jerry Nelson was the king of the Supporting Muppet role as he controlled fellows like Sgt Floyd Pepper, Robin the Frog, Uncle Deadly and Camilla the Chicken as well as Sesame Street’s the Count which he continued to provide the voice for even after retiring in 2004. He was a member of the Muppet family until his dying day. R.I.P. Jerry Nelson 7/10/34 – 8/23/12

Dr. Bunsen Honeydew and Beaker demonstrate new inventions from Muppet Labs

Louis Kazagger - Muppet sportscaster

another great shot of Jim's doppleganger puppet

Frank

Zeke from the Lubbock Lou and his Jughuggers band

Bobby Benson and his Baby Band (rare photo without cigarette)

Mean Mama in action

Timmy Monster eats a Koozebanian Phoob

Behemoth (right before eating Shakey Sanchez)

"[Doglion] holds the distinction of being the first Muppet to ever grace the silver screen as evidenced in the opening shot of The Muppet Movie, walking through the backlot as the camera pans down from the World Wide Studios statue."

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Wayne and Wanda - perhaps the most dignified and experienced in all the arts and so often introduced by Sam the Eagle himself.

Thog is 9 1/2 ft tall perhaps one of the biggest of the original muppets