R.I.P. Caroll Spinney

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R.I.P. Caroll Spinney is a screamer project that was uploaded on Scratch on December 9, 2019, by a user named KindAdaptableKayak. It was created in memory of the late Caroll Spinney, who is well-known for his roles on Sesame Street, most notably Big Bird and Oscar the Grouch.

The project starts with a black silhouette of the character Big Bird slowly rising up from the bottom, set to a suspenseful part from "Attack on the House", a piece from the soundtrack for Home Alone composed by John Williams. When he stops in the middle as the music stops, there is a 3-second beat, which is soon followed by an extreme close-up of a knock-off Big Bird mascot's face, accompanied by a loud scream (from the same movie, done by the character Marv), before followed by a text states "R.I.P. Caroll Spinney".

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CENSORED: R.I.P. Caroll Spinney

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NOTE: The following animation contains a screamer!

  • scratch.mit.edu/projects/351880082/

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7 months ago
Score 6++
Hey, I have a question, what is the purpose for making a tribute video of a dead person, with a screamer!?, I mean, it's really disrespectful to many people who is a big fan of him, I don't want this community to uses someone's death just to add a screamer for a video, if you're agreeing with me, then you're absolutely right, if you don't agree with me, then you're a terrible person without giving any respects to someone who died and just make a screamer with someone's death!?, really mate!?


7 months ago
Score 4++
I'm sorry. I didn't intend to be disrespectful.


7 months ago
Score 4++
I forgive you, just don't be like any people who use someone's death for a video, think of an idea to create a screamer, instead of using his death, be careful buddy, you will get a lot of hate if you do it.

Anonymous #1

6 months ago
Score 0++
Nah, don't forgive him, that's way to cruel to be forgiven.
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