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  1. Oct 08, 2021 · Muppets Haunted Mansion. TV-PG. October 8, 2021. The Great Gonzo – world famous daredevil artiste, has done it all, seen it all, and survived it all. But on Halloween night, the fearless Gonzo takes on the greatest challenge of his life by spending one very daring night in the most grim grinning place on Earth …The Haunted Mansion.

  2. Watch The Muppet Movie | Full Movie | Disney+. 1979. After Kermit the Frog meets a talent scout, he's off to Hollywood with big dreams, joined by Fozzie, Gonzo and Miss Piggy. But everything goes awry when Kermit falls into the clutches of Doc Hopper, a villain who owns fast-food restaurants that sell fried frog-legs.

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    • Jim Henson
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    'Twas the night before Christmas and the Muppet Theatre is in danger of being torn down, but with hilarious send-ups of just about every holiday movie ever made, the Muppets discover that what matters most is their love for each other. Director: Kirk R. Thatcher | Stars: Steve Whitmire, Dave Goelz, Bill Barretta, Eric Jacobson. Votes: 3,980

  5. The Muppet Movie is a 1979 musical road comedy film directed by James Frawley and produced by Jim Henson. A co-production between the United Kingdom and the United States, it is the first theatrical film in The Muppets franchise. The film was written by The Muppet Show writers Jerry Juhl and Jack Burns.

    • $8 million
    • May 31, 1979 (United Kingdom), June 22, 1979 (United States)
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    The film opens with the various members of the Muppet cast gathering to see the first screening of their new movie. As the film-within-the-film opens, Kermit the Frog enjoys a relaxing afternoon in a Florida swamp, singing "Rainbow Connection" and strumming his banjo, when he is approached by an agent (Dom DeLuise) who encourages Kermit to pursue a career in show business. Inspired by the idea of "making millions of people happy," Kermit sets off on a cross-country trip to Hollywood, but is soon pursued by the villainous Doc Hopper (Charles Durning), (patterned after Colonel Harlan Sanders of "Kentucky Fried Chicken") and his shy assistant Max (Austin Pendleton) in an attempt to convince Kermit to be the new spokesman of his struggling French-fried frog legs restaurant franchise, at which Kermit is horrified. As Kermit continues to spurn Doc's advances, Hopper resorts to increasingly vicious means of persuasion. Kermit then meets Fozzie Bear, who had been working as a hapless stand-...

    Baskerville the Hound, Blue Frackle, Fletcher Bird, Link Hogthrob, Luncheon Counter Monster, Mean Mama, Nigel the Conductor, Pigs

    Austin Pendleton, who played Max in The Muppet Movie, recalled that the film was shot on "a very unhappy set, because Jim [Frawley] was very unhappy directing that movie. And I noticed that was the only time the Muppet people used an outside person to direct a Muppet movie. They never did that again. After that, it was either Jim Henson or Frank Oz. And I would have liked to have been in one of those, because those sets were very harmonious. But this was not."

    Box office

    The film sold over 30.5 million tickets and grossed $76,657,000 domestically (adjusted for inflation, this would equal $242,492,661 in 2012 dollars), making it the seventh highest-grossing picture of 1979 and also, the second highest-grossing Muppet film after the release of The Muppets in 2011. The success of the film gave Jim Henson Productionsan opportunity to release more Muppet productions theatrically.

    Critical reception

    The Muppet Movie opened on June 22, 1979 to positive reviews. As of February 1, 2012, the film holds an 90% "Certified Fresh" rating on Rotten Tomatoes, based on 40 reviews and a 67/100 rating, which indicates "generally favorable reviews", at Metacritic. Roger Ebert gave it three-and-a-half out of four stars. In his favorable review, he was fascinated that "The Muppet Movienot only stars the Muppets but, for the first time, shows us their feet." In 2009, it was named to the National Film Reg...

    Home media

    The film was first released on DVD by Sony Pictures on June 5, 2001 and again by Walt Disney Pictures on November 29, 2005 as Kermit's 50th Anniversary Edition. Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment re-issued the 2005 release in stock along with other Disney-owned Muppet films as part of the 2011 film's promotion. There is also special – short 17 min. version of the film released by Walton Super 8 Home Movies. The version is in colour and sound. Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment will re...

    The film's soundtrack was released by Atlantic Records in 1979, and on CD by Jim Henson Records in March 1993. The songs were written by Paul Williams and Kenny Ascher. Williams recalled to Songfacts: "Jim Henson gave you more [creative] freedom than anybody I've ever worked with in my life. I said, 'You want to hear the songs as we're writing them?' He said, 'No. I'll hear them in the studio. I know I'm gonna love them.' You just don't get that kind of freedom on a project these days." "Movin' Right Along", "Never Before, Never Again" and "I Hope That Somethin' Better Comes Along" were shortened in the film, compared to their soundtrack versions, for continuity purposes. The latter, a duet between Rowlf and Kermit, contained references that the studio considered too mature for children. In "Finale: The Magic Store", a line performed by Kermit in the film is sung by Fozzie on the soundtrack recording.

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  6. Jun 22, 1979 · The Muppet Movie: Directed by James Frawley. With Jim Henson, Frank Oz, Jerry Nelson, Richard Hunt. Kermit and his newfound friends trek across America to find success in Hollywood, but a frog legs merchant is after Kermit.

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