It’s a Very Merry Muppet Christmas Movie (DVD)

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It’s a Very Merry Muppet Christmas Movie (DVD)




Universal Pictures Home Entertainment

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Age group

5 & Up

Rating MPA


Recording Studio

Universal Pictures Home Entertainment



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1h 40min


Nominated for 1 Primetime Emmy, 2 nominations total


Kirk R. Thatcher


Tom Martin, Jim Lewis


Steve Whitmire, Dave Goelz, Bill Barretta

Produced by

Martin G. Baker, Bill Barretta, Juliet Blake, Warren Carr, Ruth Caruso, Brian Henson

Music by

Mark Watters

Cinematography by

Tony Westman

Film Editing by

Gregg Featherman

Production Design by

Michael S. Bolton

Art Direction by

James Steuart

Set Decoration by

Linda Vipond

Costume Design by

Polly Smith, Sandra J. Blackie

Makeup Department

Sandy Cooper, Harlow MacFarlane, Charles Porlier, Debra Wiebe

Production Management

Warren Carr, Annie Court, Drew Locke, Ritamarie Peruggi

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

Fred Frame, Leann Harvey, Alexis Hinde, Patrice Leung, David Mills, Tracey Poirier, Patrick Stark

Art Department

Dave Conway, Brian Epp, Phil Gough, Kevin Griffin-Park, Frank Haddad, Leesa Hanna, Iesza Jessica Jordan, Theron Layne, John Marcynuk, Wendy McAllister, Roxanne Methot, Beth Nelson, Kristin Shanski, Christine Shaw, Grant Swain, Joel Turner, Darcy Wyness, Patrick Zahorodniuk

Sound Department

Darren Brisker, Neil Cedar, Ryan Darden, Stephen Fitzmaurice, Richard C. Franklin, Sara Kohlman, Carey Milbradt, Charles O Shea, Chris Ostler, Larry Stensvold, Richard Taylor, Sarah Workhoven

Special Effects by

James G. Fisher, Brant McIlroy, Robert Yeager

Visual Effects by

Adrian Banton, Hal Bertram, Jason Bielski, Clare Burgess, Charlene Eberle Douglas, Sean Feeney, Alan Latteri, Nick Lloyd, Dusan Strugar, John B. Anderson, Adrian Banton, Hitesh Bharadia, Mike Connolly, James Furlong, Myf Hopkins, Alberto Montañés, Mike Pope, Dan Sheerin


Marny Eng

Camera and Electrical Department

John Adams, Toby Armitt, Paul Arnel, Trevor Butt, Harvey Fedor, Niall Fraser, Rob Graham, Peter Grotek, Martin Udo Haas, Colin Hudson, Simon Hunt, Armin Matter, Carl Pederson, Randal Platt, Brian Rose, Charlie Schultz, Lance White, Keith Woods

Casting Department

Lynne Carrow, Allison Cowitt, Mike Fenton, Ann Frederick

Costume and Wardrobe Department

Jessica Lythgoe-Green, Anthea Mallinson, Kurtis Reeves, Heather Seshadri

Editorial Department

Brian Anton, Frank Mazzaro, Leeanna Romero, Sati Tooray

Location Management

Teresa Gough, Robert Murdoch, Suzanne Cross

Music Department

Michael Atwell, Tim Bryson, Annmarie Crivelli, Audrey DeRoche, Ross DeRoche, Ira Hearshen, Jimmy Hoyson, Robert Irving, Andrew Kinney, Dino A. Moriana, Don Nemitz, Bill Newlin, John Richards, J. Eric Schmidt, Nan Schwartz, Stephen James Taylor, Eric Tomlinson, Christopher Klatman

Script and Continuity Department

Sophie Brodovitch, Lana Krotenko, Kelly Moon

Transportation Department

Ron James, Tony Johnson, Jason Wayne Spencer

Additional Crew

Mary Brehmer, Brittan Brown, Edward G. Christie, Ric De Groot, Andrea Detwiler, Brad Elliott, Sandy Fox, Kathleen Gati, Jerry Gelb, Alexander Glua, Jane Gootnick, Catherine Gordon, Michael Gough, Paul Hartis, James Hibbard, Ann Marie Holdgruen, Lauri Johnson, Gordon Juli, Lorne Kostyshin, Lex Lang, Stephanie Leavitt, Laura Livingstone, Danny Mann, Mona Marshall, Tom Martin, Jasmine McCaig, David M. McLoughlin, Robert Milicevic, Tim Miller, Tom Newby, Joan Parkinson, Karen Pelrine, Michael Roberts, Lia Sargent, Adrienne Sol, Rhonda Taylor, Mike Atwater, Simon Bright, Raimey Casiro, Allison Chretien, Ian Doig, Grace MacLeod, Jason Wayne Spencer


Adventure, Comedy, Family


National Broadcasting Company (NBC), The Jim Henson Company, Jim Henson Productions


USA, Canada







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Short Description

It s a Very Merry Muppet Christmas Movie is a 2002 American musical fantasy comedy television film directed by Kirk R. Thatcher and written by Tom Martin and Jim Lewis. The film premiered November 29, 2002 on NBC and the first film to be made for television for The Muppets franchise.

It stars Steve Whitmire, Dave Goelz, Bill Barretta, Eric Jacobson, Dave Arquette, Joan Cusack, Matthew Lillard, William H. Macy, and Whoopi Goldberg. The plot centers on Kermit the Frog who, after losing all hope for saving the Muppet Theatre, is assisted by an angel who shows him a world in which he was never born. The film is a homage to Frank Capra s 1946 film It s a Wonderful Life, which has a similar plot.

This was the first Muppets production without the involvement of veteran Muppet performer Frank Oz. Instead, Eric Jacobson performed Oz s characters Fozzie Bear, Miss Piggy, and Animal, marking his feature film debut as those characters. The film is also one of the few Muppets-related productions that are currently not owned by The Walt Disney Company, and along with Sam and Friends are owned by NBCUniversal.

This is also the final Muppets material from The Jim Henson Company, as The Muppets were in their final years of ownership by Henson before being sold to Disney in 2004.


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