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  • Betina and Belinda Cratchit
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  • In the DVD audio commentary, Brian Henson says that the characters were played by Goelz and Whitmire "as a way to make fun of the way Frank performs Piggy."
  • Betina and Belinda Cratchit are the pig daughters of Bob and Emily Cratchit in The Muppet Christmas Carol. Their mother cannot always tell the two apart. Their siblings are Peter and Tiny Tim. The sisters are very affectionate towards their father, and agree with their mother's assessment of Ebenezer Scrooge. In the DVD audio commentary, Brian Henson says that the characters were played by Goelz and Whitmire "as a way to make fun of the way Frank performs Piggy."
  • The sisters are very affectionate towards their father and agree with their mother's assessment of Ebenezer Scrooge. In the DVD audio commentary, Brian Henson says that the characters were performed by Dave Goelz and Steve Whitmire "as a way to make fun of the way Frank Oz performs Piggy."
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Note
  • Belinda
  • Betina
Performer
Debut
  • 1992
abstract
  • In the DVD audio commentary, Brian Henson says that the characters were played by Goelz and Whitmire "as a way to make fun of the way Frank performs Piggy."
  • Betina and Belinda Cratchit are the pig daughters of Bob and Emily Cratchit in The Muppet Christmas Carol. Their mother cannot always tell the two apart. Their siblings are Peter and Tiny Tim. The sisters are very affectionate towards their father, and agree with their mother's assessment of Ebenezer Scrooge. In the DVD audio commentary, Brian Henson says that the characters were played by Goelz and Whitmire "as a way to make fun of the way Frank performs Piggy."
  • The sisters are very affectionate towards their father and agree with their mother's assessment of Ebenezer Scrooge. In the DVD audio commentary, Brian Henson says that the characters were performed by Dave Goelz and Steve Whitmire "as a way to make fun of the way Frank Oz performs Piggy."