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The Fantastic Miss Piggy Show (1982)

Miss Piggy, the Muppet, stars in her own variety show.


Jim Henson


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Credited cast:
Frank Oz ... Miss Piggy / Fozzie Bear / Animal (voice)
John Ritter ... Himself
Andy Kaufman ... Tony Clifton (as Tony Clifton)
George Hamilton ... Himself
Jim Henson ... Kermit the Frog (voice)
Dave Goelz ... Gonzo / Dr. Bunsen Honeydew (voice)
Richard Hunt ... Scooter / Janice / Beaker (voice)
Kathryn Mullen ... Various Muppets
Karen Prell Karen Prell ... Various Muppets
Steve Whitmire ... Rizzo the Rat (voice)
Tom Harvey Tom Harvey ... Mr. Kevin T. Gregory - Pretend Network V.P.
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Paul A. Gordon ... Actor / Dancer


Miss Piggy, the Muppet, stars in her own variety show.

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Comedy | Family




USA | Canada


English | French

Release Date:

17 September 1982 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Company Credits

Production Co:

Henson Associates (HA) See more »
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Did You Know?


Tony Clifton (Andy Kaufman) sings a medley including "Sing, Sing a Song" from 'Sesame Street.' See more »


Frank Oz's head can be spotted under Miss Piggy during the opening sequence. See more »


Featured in The Muppets: A Celebration of 30 Years (1986) See more »

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For those who like the Pig, here's a whole lot of her
18 January 2005 | by NozzSee all my reviews

If you can't get enough of Miss Piggy, this production will give you enough of Miss Piggy. She had obviously hoped to continue it onward as a regular variety program, but it's easy to tell why that didn't happen. In a musical number, Miss Piggy can make a great entrance in one of her glamorous gowns, but do we really want to hear her sing the whole song? She should concentrate on being the glamorous beauty that she is and leave the singing to the singers. And with a comedian like John Ritter on the show, let him take a little of the limelight too. And let George Hamilton do whatever it is that George Hamilton knows how to do. Alas, there is no musical inventiveness here, no comic inventiveness beyond the gags so familiar already from the Muppet Show, and little of the variety that we expect from a variety show. It's like staring at a Miss Piggy poster for an hour. But on the other hand, who among us hasn't done that?

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