80% of People Can't Name these Muppet Movies from an Image. Can You?

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By: J. Scott Wilson

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The Muppets are some of the most beloved characters for young and old alike. But can you name these Muppets movies from a screenshot? Most people can't. How will you do?

Which Muppets movie corresponds with this image?

The Muppets have never been scared of literary works, and this is a great example. Fozzy Bear does a great turn as Mr. Fozziwig.

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The Muppets head to the Big Apple for this adventure. Miss Piggy is a natural for the big city!

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The Muppets took to the big screen for their first effort. This was basically a long-form Muppet show, and it was hilarious!

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This was a one-hour TV special that was made to promote The Great Muppet Caper. It featured Muppets in various scenes from classic movies.

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It's surprising it took the Muppets so long to visit Oz. And, of course, Fozzie Bear had to be the Cowardly Lion!

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Is there a more iconic movie couple than Kermit and Miss Piggy? They've made strides for interspecies couples everywhere.

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I Love Muppets was a wonderful BBC documentary about the troupe. It included interviews with an amazing array of human stars who had guested on the show.

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These days, there's a kid movie in the theater three times a month. In 1979, this was one of the few, and it made tons of money as a result.

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Gonzo hears from his alien family talking to him through his breakfast cereal (of course). He's then kidnapped by Men in Black, and the rest of the troupe have to rescue him!

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The Muppets return to the big screen with a boom after a long absence. The human cast included Oscar winner Amy Adams!

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In the early days of Sesame Street, the Muppets didn't really have a separate identity. That started to change with this public television documentary.

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Muppets as pirates? You'll believe it's true with this hilarious outing!

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A bigger budget led to bigger, glitzier sets for this movie. It features one of Miss Piggy's greatest musical numbers ever.

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Kermit, Fozzie and Gonzo head across the pond to investigate a jewel heist. Miss Piggy get involved and hijinks, of course, ensue.

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The Muppets go literary again with this effort. Of course, Kermit is the captain of the ship!

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This special led up to the release of the Muppet Movie. It featured Kermit and all the crew with an assortment of human stars.

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Let's face it: The Muppets look like space creatures anyway! It was a natural for them to do a space caper.

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In this first adventure, Kermit and friends head across the U.S. in search of fame. However, they've got a frog leg merchant on their tail!

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Tim Curry did a hilarious turn as Long John Silver in this movie. He looks a bit like a Muppet himself, so it fit!

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The Muppets had been destined for movie stardom for years. This special paid homage to the show, and looked to the big screen future.

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The Christmas Toy was a slightly darker turn for Henson and the Muppets. It featured a precursor to the Toy Story movies, with toys actually coming to life.

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Art Carney and Dabney Coleman anchor the human cast of this movie. It was one of Carney's last roles.

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Uma Thurman (not killing anyone) and Nathan Lane headline this Christmas special. The Muppets head north to try and deliver three letters to Santa.

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Katy Perry and Lady Gaga are two of the biggest modern music Muppet Friends. Gaga shows a softer side here with the fuzzy puppets.

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This is still one of the most popular holiday specials of all time. Denver's versions of some classic holiday tunes, assisted by the Muppets, are still popular.

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This movie was the first one released after the untimely death of Jim Henson. It was also the first non-musical Muppet movie.

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Poor Kermit has lost all hope after losing the Muppet Theatre. Fortunately, an angel comes to bring him joy.

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This felt like one of the variety shows of the '70s. It was star-studded, but many of the stars were puppets.

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This Muppet special features some very special guests. At one point, Kermit discovers a Fraggle hole, and the Fraggles join the fun.

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Jeffrey Tambor and Oscar winner F. Murray Abraham anchor this cast. Ray Liotta even does a bit as a gate guard.

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This bittersweet special was a tribute to Henson, who'd died earlier in the year. It showcased his life with the Muppets, and especially Kermit.

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Kermit's favorite instrument is the banjo. The movie allows him plenty of opportunity to "play."

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This movie marked the directorial debut of Frank Oz. It was shot completely on location in New York.

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We always suspected Gonzo wasn't like other Muppets. When he hears alien messages in his cereal, it's confirmed!

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Miss Piggy plays castaway Benjamina Gunn. It doesn't really matter, as her chemistry with Kermit is the same.

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The soundtrack for this movie made some big waves. It featured classic Muppet tunes done by contemporary artists.

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Did you know the Muppets appeared on Ed's show? This disc collects all the classic skits.

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This was actually Lady Gaga's second holiday special. She'd done a Thanksgiving show in 2011.

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Tina Fey hilariously plays a prison guard named Nadya. She's infatuated with Kermit.

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Miss Piggy has always been known for her outlandish costumes. This movie let her kick that up several notches.

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Sending the Muppets into space offered all manner of comic potential. Who doesn't want to see Animal in zero-g?

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How do you get a Muppet on a bike? This was just one of the film's production challenges.

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This was the last Muppets show that Jim Henson worked on. He died 10 days after it aired.

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This behind-the-scenes special is a must for Muppet fans. From Statler and Waldorf to Scooter and Kermit, you'll learn how everything ends up on screen.

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This movie introduced the Muppet Babies to the viewing public. Those who saw their later TV show may have questioned the wisdom of this.

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One of the great things about the Muppets has always been their ability to draw stars. Amy Adams, fresh off an Oscar win, was a huge "get" for this film.

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Dr. Bunson Honeydew has a starring role in this, inventing a mind-control spray. We also get to see Miss Piggy conduct an interrogation.

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Have you ever heard Kermit's song "The Rainbow Connection?" This wistful little ditty first appeared in this movie.

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One of the more amusing parts of this special is Statler and Waldorf giving a "review" of Gaga's performance. The duet with Elton John is great, too!

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Who hasn't heard the Muppets version of "The Twelve Days of Christmas?" It's worth it or Miss Piggy's "Five goooooooold rings!" alone.

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