Disney’s Hollywood Studios’ Muppet Vision 3D Show Turns 25 Today

Want to feel pretty old? The Muppet Vision 3D show at Disney’s Hollywood Studios turned 25 today.

Yup, on May 16th, 1991, the iconic “Salute to All Nations, but Mostly America” was officially launched with the title “Jim Henson’s Muppet*Vision 3D.”

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In case you haven’t been fortunate enough to see a showing of Muppet Vision sometime in the past 25 years, here is a quick synopsis from Disney

 “The curtain rises to reveal Kermit, Miss Piggy and the entire Muppets troupe onscreen in startling 3D, as they invite you on a zany tour of Muppet Labs for a demonstration of their newest, high-tech film process, Muppet*Vision 3D. Things quickly get out of hand, though, during a presentation with Dr. Bunsen Honeydew and Beaker, and the result is a seemingly endless string of disastrous—yet hysterical—comic events.

With hilarious musical numbers, surprising in-theater effects plus the world’s first computer-generated Muppet, Waldo C. Graphic, this three-dimensional spectacular puts you in the center of all the zany Muppets antics. It’s a show every member of your family is sure to love!”

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