The Muppet Movie

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10/10. Positively one of the best Muppet movies ever made. I grew up on this and Follow That Bird. It's wonderful from start to finish with stellar performances from the Muppet people to the guest stars. Charles Durning, Madeline Kahn, Telly Salvalas, Steve Martin, and Richard Pryor are genius here. Kermit and friends are priceless here, showing Jim Henson's genius. He was a brilliant kind man who worked hard on great stuff like this for the sake of entertaining people. Nobody has come as close to being like Jim Henson.I loved "The Rainbow Connection" and "Moving Right Along", great songs. If anyone were to ask me what I consider one of the best family oriented movies ever made I'd answer "The Muppet Movie."

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Visible crew/equipment: In the scene where Kermit meets Fozzie, when Fozzie tosses the rubber chicken over his shoulder you can see Frank Oz's arm and where the glove ends.

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Trivia: Up until the church, a running gag was "Feeling lost? Have you tried Hare Krishna?" When the duo stop at the church, the sign says, "LOST? HAVE YOU TRIED REV. HARRY KRISHNA?"

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Question: In the middle of Kermit and Fozzy's song "Movin' Right Along", they meet up with Big Bird who says, "I'm on my way to New York City". Is this meeting on another movie starring Big Bird or am I sadly mistaken?

Answer: This is Big Bird's only movie where he says this line. It is a reference to his going to New York hoping to get a role on Public Television (the station that created "Sesame Street") This is verified in TV interviews with the late Jim Henson and on Wikipedia.

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