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Muppet Treasure Island (16-Feb-1996)

Director: Brian Henson

Writers: Jerry Juhl; Kirk R. Thatcher; James V. Hart

From novel: Treasure Island by Robert Louis Stevenson

Music Composed by: Hans Zimmer

Producers: Martin G. Baker; Brian Henson

Keywords: Juvenile, Muppet, Swashbuckling

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Kevin Bishop
Actor
18-Jun-1980   Muppet Treasure Island
Billy Connolly
Comic
24-Nov-1942   Scottish comedian
Tim Curry
Actor
19-Apr-1946   Frank N. Furter in Rocky Horror Picture Show
Jerry Nelson
Performance Artist
10-Jul-1934 23-Aug-2012 Count von Count
Frank Oz
Actor
25-May-1944   Yoda, Miss Piggy, and The Stepford Wives
Jennifer Saunders
Comic
6-Jul-1958   Absolutely Fabulous

CAST

Starring
Tim Curry   ...   Long John Silver
with
Billy Connolly   ...   Billy Bones
and
Jennifer Saunders   ...   Mrs. Bluberidge
introducing
Kevin Bishop   ...   Jim Hawkins
Dave Goelz   ...   The Great Gonzo, Dr. Bunsen Honeydew, Waldorf
Steve Whitmire   ...   Kermit, Rizzo, Beaker
Jerry Nelson   ...   Statler, Blind Pew, Mad Monty
Kevin Clash   ...   Bad Polly, Black Dog, Spa'Am Spa'Am
Bill Barretta   ...   Clueless Morgan
John Henson   ...   Sweetums
Frank Oz   ...   Miss Piggy, Fozzie Bear, Sam Eagle
Danny Blackner   ...   Short Stack Stevens
Peter Geeves   ...   Black Eyed Pea
Harry Jones   ...   Easy Pete
Jerry Nelson   ...   Butler
David Nicholls   ...   Captain Flint
Frederick Warder   ...   Calico Jerry

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