The famous amphibian Kermit the Frog (voice of Jim Henson), and his assorted friends get caught up in a jewel heist and attempt to foil the plans of the thief.
Why Is The Great Muppet Caper Rated G?
The Great Muppet Caper is rated G
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Property damage, law-breaking and slapstick violence punctuate this caper, but are always depicted as silly and harmless. Robberies and a gun pulled during a heist are also part of the plot. Sexual content is limited to costumes, a comment about infidelity and Miss Piggy kissing Kermit. Name-calling and one term of deity used as an expletive, some social drinking, as well as a character that smokes, are the only other concerns.
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Canadian Home Video Rating: PG
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Home Video Notes: Muppet Treasure Island & The Great Muppet Caper: Of Pirates & Pigs Collection
Release Date: 10 December 2013
Disney has paired together the movies Muppet Treasure Island and The Great Muppet Caper, in an Of Pirates & Pigs Collection. This Blu-ray package includes:
- Frog-E-Oke Sing-Along: Sing, howl and croak along with Kermit and the gang.
-Muppet Treasure Island – “Cabin Fever”
-The Great Muppet Caper–“Steppin’ Out With A Star”
DVD Release Date: 29 November 2005
In commemoration of Kermit’s 50th Anniversary, Buena Vista Home Entertainment is releasing to DVD in a restored and re-mastered format The Muppet Movie, The Great Muppet Caper, The Muppet Christmas Carol, and Muppet Treasure Island. Sold individually, each film offers a Pepe Profiles Present interview with one of the Muppet stars. The Muppet Christmas Carol also features a gag reel, a Christmas Around the World music video and audio commentary by Brian Henson. All of the discs provide the movie in full and wide screen, with audio tracks in English and French.