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The Muppets Take Manhattan (1984) Poster

Goofs

Audio/visual unsynchronised 

When Sesame Street's Ernie says "Yeah" in the Wedding scene of the play, He's says it in Bert's voice.
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When Kermit plays "All Together Again" with the glasses of water, the cups with more water produce a higher sound. In reality, it's the opposite.
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When Kermit says "Yes" in Martin Price's office after Fozzie tells him that Price only wanted the Muppets' Money, his mouth doesn't move.
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Miss Piggy's train makes noises like it is being pulled by a steam locomotive, but it is comprised of self-propelled electrically-powered cars.
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Character error 

Kermit should have known Miss Piggy wasn't going far - the train she leaves on is the Erie Lackawanna Railroad which was a local railroad servicing only New Jersey. Erie Lackawanna shut down in 1983 when it was taken over by New Jersey Transit Corporation.
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Bill and Gil "exchange" names in Pete's Diner.
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Continuity 

The gum Miss Piggy inadvertently gets her hand stuck to just before getting her purse snatched was clearly not there when she first came up to the lamppost.
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Crew or equipment visible 

In the opening sequence, you can see Frank Oz's head below a dancing Miss Piggy.
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