The Muppets Take Manhattan

The Muppets Take Manhattan
The Muppets Take Manhattan

Year

1984

Duration

90 minutes

Genres

Family

Language

English

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The third Muppet movie sees Kermit attempting to make a splash on Broadway with a musical he's written. But making it in New York isn't as easy as he and his friends thinks it's going to be. At first, the gang find it hard to deal with rejection - but they eventually realise that it takes a lot of hard work to succeed. This is a fun tale with lots of catchy songs, and even a bit of Muppet romance!

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