THE MUPPET MOVIE (Theatrical Release USA 1979)

Ben Meyers’ rating: 4.2|5.0 Starsìììì

The Muppet Movie
—one of the best of the Muppet movie series—has higher quality and a much better storyline than the later produced Muppet films. The movie provides a satisfactory release of nostalgia as the story unfolds of how the Muppets form a family. Good job by The Jim Henson Company.

Film Poster Courtesy of Wikipedia


While on a voyage to Hollywood, Kermit, the frog, needs to avoid a frog leg hunter.

Additional Thanks

Thank you to Director James Frawley for directing effort. Thank you to Executive Producers Lew Grade and Martin Starger for making the film possible. Additional characters/cast include: Kermit the Frog/Rowlf/Dr. Teeth/Waldorf/Swedish Chef/Link Hogthrob/Doc Hopper’s Men (voice of Jim Henson), Miss Piggy/Fozzie Bear/Animal/Sam the Eagle/Doc Hopper’s Men/Marvin Suggs/Swedish Chef Assistant/Motorcycle Guy (voice of Frank Oz), Floyd Pepper/Crazy Harry/Robin the Frog/Lew Zealand/Camilla/Blue Frackle (voice of Jerry Nelson), The Great Gonzo/Zoot/Dr. Bunsen Honeydew/Doglion/Iraqian in El Sleezo Café/Nigel/Pig (voice of Dave Goelz), Doc Hopper (voice of Charles Durning), Max (voice of Austin Pendleton), Himself/Charlie McCarthy (voice of Edgar Bergen), Mad Man Mooney (voice of Milton Berle), Professor Max Krassman (voice of Mel Brooks), El Sleezo Café Owner (voice of James Coburn), Bernie the Agent (voice of Dom DeLuise), Beauty Contest Compere (voice of Elliott Gould), Ice Cream Vendor (voice of Bob Hope), El Sleezo Patron (voice of Madeline Kahn), and Myth (voice of Carol Kane).

Buy a ticket? Yes? No? Maybe?

Yes. Thank you to the Jim Henson Company and Director James Frawley for creating a worthy piece of entertainment for both the child and adult audience.

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