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Muppet*vision 3-D, more appropriately, 4-D, can only be seen at the Disney's Hollywood Studios in Walt Disney World, Orlando, FL and also at California Adventure at the Disneyland Resort, Anaheim, CA. This "4-D" film begins with an entertaining 15 minute pre-show in the waiting area. The movie is shown in a huge theater on screen that is twice the size of a typical movie theater. 3-D glasses are required to see the film correctly. Antics abound in this hilarious show that is true to the classic Muppet Show. Kermit narrates while we visit the Muppet Lab which, of course, has its difficulties. This is where we meet Dr. Bunsen Honeydew's newest discovery, Waldo - the spirit of 3-D, who causes some trouble. Next, Miss Piggy sings a song where Bean Bunny tries to improve the show. Bean Bunny's good intentions do not satisfy Miss Piggy, and disheartened, he runs away with Waldo and the search is on in the theater. Finally, Sam Eagle is in charge of the grand finale, "A Salute to All Nations... Written by
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Hey, Waldorf, what is this anyway?
Oh, it's one of those 3-D movies. Better put on your glasses.
[Statler does so]
[looking at the audience]
Hey, check out the guy in the Goofy mask.
That's no mask.
Ooops. Sorry, lady!
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I remember going to this show, and watch the muppets cause all sorts of mischief and commtion in and around the theatre while there movie is going on. There is fun all around, with the crazy muppets, the gags, and a nice surprise at the end, this is a must for not just the muppet fans.
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