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  1. The Muppets Take Manhattan is a 1984 American musical comedy drama film directed by Frank Oz. It is the third theatrical film in The Muppets franchise . In addition to the Muppet performance, the film features special appearances by Art Carney , James Coco , Dabney Coleman , Gregory Hines , Linda Lavin , and Joan Rivers .

    • $8 million
    • July 13, 1984
  2. The Muppets Take Manhattan ( Los Muppets toman Nueva York en Hispanoamérica, Los Muppets invaden Manhattan en Perú, Los Muppets conquistan Manhattan en Argentina, y Los Teleñecos conquistan Manhattan en España) es una película de 1984 dirigida por Frank Oz. Fue estrenada el 13 de julio de 1984. 1 2 3 4 Índice 1 Referencias 2 Sinopsis

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    As the film opens, Kermit the Frog and ten of his friends are graduating from Danhurst College and are performing in a variety show on campus. Instead of splitting up and going their separate ways after graduation, the gang decides to try to take their act to New York and try to make it on Broadway. Kermit and the others are so confident in the sho...

    Filming began on May 31, 1983 and ended on September 16th.
    The teaser trailerfor the film was composed entirely of footage created independently of the film. A breathless announcer describes the excitement and spectacle of Broadway and the many hopefuls wh...
    The film's title references the 1925 song "Manhattan," by Lorenz Hart and Richard Rodgers, with its lyric "I'll take Manhattan, the Bronx, and Staten Island too." The Muppets popularized the phrase...
    Instead of being traditional hand puppets, the tiny rats are controlled with rods to operate their heads and mouths.

    The film was theatrically released by Tri-Star Pictures. Unlike the films that preceded it (The Muppet Movie, The Great Muppet Caper, and The Dark Crystal), this film was not produced by ITC, so the rights did not eventually go back to the Henson company. The movie was, like the previous Muppet films, first released on video by CBS/Fox Home Video i...

    The 1999 video release has a number of audio edits. The music played during the "Tristar Pictures" logo sequence is omitted, as are a few times when Animal yells "Bad man!" at Dabney Coleman. The 2...
    When the film aired on The Hub, the Muppets bowing down after the Together Again number, the scene with Joan Rivers and the "Rat Scat (Something's Cookin')" number are edited out. When it aired on...
    When this film aired on the LDS Church ownedBYUtv, the music played during the "Tristar Pictures" logo sequence is omitted. The Muppets bowing down after the Together Again number, the scene with J...
    Executive Producer: Jim Henson
    Producer: David Lazer
    Cinematography: Robert Paynter, B.S.C.
    Production designer: Stephen Hendrickson
    • 94 min
  3. Muppets Take Manhattan Review by Peter Fawthrop [+] At a time when motion picture musicals were nearly unheard of, Jim Henson and Frank Oz continued their tradition of putting on a good show with The Muppets Take Manhattan. Aside from the deliciously entertaining story line, the film featured terrific, unforgettable music and lyrics by Jeff Moss.

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  5. Rat Scat - The Muppets Take Manhattan ZuzuFitzwaller 5.95K subscribers Subscribe 1.1K 257K views 13 years ago Rat Scat - The Muppets Take Manhattan, 1984 I DO NOT OWN THIS VIDEO. NO COPYRIGHT...

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  6. The Muppets Take Manhattan-Together Again 1984I do not own any of this content, all video content is owned by The Muppets and/or Disney.

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