Being Elmo: A Puppeteer's Journey
Documentary • PG • 2011 • 1 hr 20 min
Charming breezy watch that sheds light on one man’s journey to do what he loves!
A great look behind the puppet and voice of a well known plush celebrity
The allegations against Clash (which were respectively recanted or dismissed due to a statue of limitations) really damage this film.
A heartfelt pulls no punches doc that is not what you’re expecting. A must watch
A fascinating look into the raise of Elmos popularity and the puppeteer behind it. A feel good documentary.
Very interesting to see as an Elmo fan without taking away any of his charm
It was super interesting to be behind the scenes
Cute documentary. I really liked seeing the bts of my favorite s. Street character Elmo.
A charming look at the man behind Elmo’s fur. Interesting watch.
A fantastic documentary, not just about a Muppet, but about an artist.
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