The final minute plus 11 extra bonus seconds gives us more credits, validation for Fozzie, a goodbye from Animal and the dedication of the film.
More credits and more Muppet mayhem in the theater. Plus a special moment between Miss Piggy and Kermit.
The movie comes to the end and we go back to the Muppet’s screening room for reaction as the credits role for the puppeteers and guest stars.
A rainbow appears through the ceiling and the largest gathering of Muppets ever appears to finish the song.
Kermit and the Muppets sing a rendition of “Rainbow Connection” when something goes horribly wrong on set.
The sound is ready and the camera rolls as “The Muppet Movie” begins filming with Kermit going into a rendition of “Rainbow Connection.”
The Muppets get the props, lights and camera ready on the soundstage for the start of filming of “The Muppet Movie.”
Kermit helms the directors chair as the Muppets ready the set and sing “The Magic Store.”
Kermit pleads his case to Lew Lord and gets the standard Rich and Famous deal for the Muppets.
The Muppets get past Lew Lord’s secretary and enter his office hoping for an audition. Lew Lord is played by Orson Welles.
The Muppets plead their case to Lew Lord’s secretary to let them into the audition.
The Muppets finally make it to Hollywood and march right into Lew Lord’s office at World Wide Studios.