In honor of guest star Vincent Price, the show is filled with monsters, ghosts, vampires and spooky sketches. Meanwhile, a three-headed monster tries to audition for Kermit.

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Himself - Special Guest Star
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Uncle Deadly / Pierre Lacousse / Vampire / Vampire's Dancing Partner / Tom / Thudge McGerk (voice)
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Scooter / Statler / Sweetums / Behemoth / Ghost / Wayne / Miss Kitty (voice)
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The Great Gonzo / Gorgon Heap / Dick / Boppity (voice)
Eren Ozker ...
Hilda / Wanda / Female Ghost / House (voice)
John Lovelady ...
Ghost / Harry (voice)
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In honor of guest star Vincent Price, the show is filled with monsters, ghosts, vampires and spooky sketches. Meanwhile, a three-headed monster tries to audition for Kermit.

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29 January 1977 (USA)  »

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Statler: By the way, I thought your wife was coming tonight.
Waldorf: Oh, the old bat couldn't come.
[suddenly, a whole slew of bats surround the balcony]
Statler: The rest of 'em sure made it!
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References The Man Who Knew Too Much (1956) See more »

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I've Got You under My Skin
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Written by Cole Porter
Performed by Jim Henson and Richard Hunt
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Well done episode that's scary with parody and I eat frog legs!
22 March 2016 | by (Petersburg, Virginia) – See all my reviews

This "Muppet Show" episode from season one 1976 number 19 was one of the better ones for it's scary theme and the way it made fun of things the use of parody with horror was well done. Anyway it featured the horror film legend that's the one and only Vincent Price just looking at him and hearing his voice is scary and creep like enough! Most memorable is when Mr. Price tells Kermit that he loves eating frog legs! Watch out little green man. And it was cute to see Kermit cut vampire style teeth. And this episode is well with skits of haunted houses and flying ghosts who make a joke saying that their lines were written by a ghost writer! Really overall it was a scary time at the Muppet house as when Vincent entered he was ready to eat frog legs and even Kermit! Really one of the series better episodes.


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