Muppet Treasure Island

Muppet Treasure Island
Muppet Treasure Island

Year

1996

Duration

95 minutes

Genres

Family

Language

English

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Synopsis

The classic adventure becomes a comedy treat: a big-budget pirate musical with lashings of trademark Muppet lunacy. Young Jim Hawkins is given a map to buried treasure and sets sail with Rizzo the rat, Gonzo and Kermit to claim the loot. The voyage is anything but smooth sailing when the conniving crew, headed by dastardly Long John Silver, turn against them. Chaos, celebrity cameos and song-and-dance numbers ensue.

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Contains mild comic violence and sex references

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