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Granny Bird is Big Bird's grandmother. She is almost identical in appearance to her grandson except for her clothes, the gray feathers in her forehead, faded eyelids, and eyeglasses.

The puppet used for Granny Bird is a spare Big Bird puppet, and Caroll Spinney provides her voice. As Granny Bird's appearances are often alongside Big Bird, her voice is usually pre-recorded so that Spinney can perform Big Bird.

Contents

Episodes

  • Episode 3006: Big Bird goes to visit Granny Bird on Grandmas Day. But he sees a sick wolf in bed so he thinks the wolf ate Granny Bird. Then the wolf says him that she's Granny Bird's best friend. Big Bird got the addresses wrong (Granny Bird lives on 12 Forrest Road, and Granny Wolf lives on 12 Forrest Street). Granny Bird then comes to visit Granny Wolf.
  • Episode 3979-Episode 3980: When Big Bird's nest is destroyed in a hurricane, Granny Bird provides suggestions over the phone about how to rebuild the nest.
  • Episode 3984: Big Bird sends Granny an e-mail asking for some of her homemade birdseed. She sends him a bag, and he writes her a thank-you note.
  • Episode 4086: Big Bird and Alan bake birdseed cookies for Granny Bird's visit.
  • Episode 4149: Granny Bird appears to Big Bird in a thought egg to remind him that birds always have a song in their hearts.

Film Appearances

Book appearances

Granny Bird makes a substantial appearance in the 1989 Little Golden Book I Can't Wait Until Christmas. In illustrated form, Granny Bird loses her gray feathers and subsequently looks even more like Big Bird, although she does sport a pair of pince-nez eyeglasses.

See also

External links

  • Tough Pigs Book Club: I Can't Wait Until Christmas
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This article uses material from the "Granny Bird" article on the Muppet wiki at Wikia and is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike License.

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