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It's time to raise the curtain on THE MUPPET SHOW!
Join Kermit, Miss Piggy, Fozzie Bear, the Swedish Chef and more, in the first season of this groundbreaking twist on the classic variety show.
Contains all 24 episodes, which have been completely restored and remastered. The special features also include something you were never meant to see: Jim Henson's original "pitch reel" that propelled the Muppets' blend of original songs, sketch comedy and guest stars into a primetime hit for all ages!
DVD Special Features:
• Muppet Morsels (Pop-up trivia track)
• Fun facts about the magical world of the Muppets pop up on screen as you watch each episode
• Jim Henson's original 'Pitch Reel'
OK, I'm showing my age a bit here, but I can still recall many of the Muppet Shows with fond memories. It was great to relive some old memories, and be reminded of some of the episodes that I had missed seeing all those years ago.
The pack contains four DVDs, each with around 6 episodes each, though some have more and some less... to make room for the extras etc. My favourite episodes were those that had skits involving the Swedish Chef... my all-time favourite character, and the episode with Vincent Price as the special guest, which originally screened in 1976... of course, it wasn't my favourite episode back then, but became my favourite after I saw some of his other movies in later years.
Overall, if you have ever enjoyed The Muppet Show, or you just want to relive some wonderful memories from your younger years, then this is a wonderful addition to your collection. If you are not sure what the story is regarding The Muppet Show, then you would be well advised to go out and buy this and see what you have been missing.
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