The Muppet Show

  • 1976
  • TV Show
  • None

Jim Henson's fanciful creations, headed by host Kermit the Frog, cavort on-stage and backstage with celebs in this classic family series, which, during its five-year syndicated run, was viewed by an estimated 235 million people in some 100 countries. Produced in England, `The Muppet Show' won three Emmys and a Peabody. Guest stars included Elton John, B (more…)

Season 2, Episode 8 Bernadette Peters

First Aired: November 18, 1977

Guest Bernadette Peters does a production number of “Applejack” and sings “Believe in Me” to Robin the Frog, who is about to run away from home. Robin sings “I'm 5.” Also: Sam the Eagle's version of “The Ant and the Grasshopper”; “Veterinarian's Hospital”; the Swedish Chef; the Muppet Lab. Puppeteers include Jim Henson (Kermit/Swedish Chef); Frank Oz (Sam); and Jerry Nelson (Robin).

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  • Premiered: September 5, 1976
  • Rating: None
  • Premise: Jim Henson's fanciful creations, headed by host Kermit the Frog, cavort on-stage and backstage with celebs in this classic family series, which, during its five-year syndicated run, was viewed by an estimated 235 million people in some 100 countries. Produ… (more)

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