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|Produced by:||Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment|
|Release Date:||December 3, 2009|
Die Muppets: Briefe an den Weihnachtsmann is the German dub of A Muppets Christmas: Letters to Santa. The main film features the original English, as well as the German sound track, and subtitles in English, German, and Italian.
The DVD release features the same bonus content as the US version, advertised as Das Muppets Weihnachtsstrumpf-Buffet, with English audio and German subtitles.
The length of the special is 53 minutes, which corresponds with the 55 minutes long extended US release of the special, whereas the reduction of minutes hails from the conversion of NTSC to PAL format during which films are being sped up slightly.
With a few exceptions of voice artists that have been around since Die Muppet Show, this dub features the third set of German voice artists that have been voicing the Muppets since Muppets Der Zauberer von Oz.
- Niko Macoulis as Kermit der Frosch (speaking)
- Tommy Amper as Kermit der Frosch (singing) and postal worker
- Claus-Peter Damitz as Miss Piggy and Pepe
- Bernd Simon as Gonzo and Rizzo
- Gerd Meyer as Fozzie Bär
- Christina Hoeltel as Scooter
- Mogens von Gadow as Dr. Honigtau Bunsenbrenner
- Hartmut Neugebauer as Beaker, Das Tier, Waldorf
- Reinhard Brock as Bobo der Bär
- Norbert Gastell as Sam der Adler and Michael Bloomberg
- Michael Rüth as Rowlf the Dog and Zoot
- Michael Habeck as Lew Zealand and Crazy Harry
- Thomas Reiner as Statler
- Ricarda Kinnen as Robin the Frog
- Frank Muth as Dr. Teeth
- Mike Carl as Floyd Pepper
- Mara Winzer as Janice
- Claus Brockmeyer as Frank Meany
- Harald Dietl as Santa Claus
- Mathilda von Benda as Claire
- Martina Duncker as Claire's Mom
- Kai Taschner as Santa's chief elf, Husband Pigeon
- Petra Barthel as Joy
- Regina Lemnitz as Taxi Driver
- Manfred Erdmann as Mobster
- Manfred Trilling as Mobster
- Katharina Lopinski as Wife Pigeon
- Katharina Berthold as Daughter Pigeon
- Additional Voices: Ulli Essmann, Claudia Jacobacci, Bimey Oberreit, Patrick Roche, Patrick Schröder, Michele Sterr, Anita Straube, Manuel Straube
- Dubbing Studio/German Adaptation: FFS Film- & Fernseh-Synchron GmbH
- Script Translator/Editor and Voice Director: Hartmut Neugebauer
- Recording Engineer: Stefan Kinne
- Audio Edit: Joana von Schweinitz, Nicole Kinne, Daniela Summerer
- Line Producer: Michael Krause
- Creative Director: Lisa Riedl
- Producer: Disney Character Voices International, Inc.
- Lyrics: Hartmut Neugebauer
- Musical Director & Recording Engineer: Tommy Amper
- Music Mix: Jamzone Studios
- sung by Tommy Amper, Bernd Simon, Claus-Peter Damitz, Gerd Meyer & Manuel Straube
- sung by Tommy Amper, Claus-Peter Damitz, Gerd Meyer, Bernd Simon & Patrick Roche
- sung by Gerd Meyer & Bernd Simon
- sung by Tommy Amper, Ricarda Kinnen, Patrick Roche, Claus-Peter Damitz, Gerd Meyer & Bernd Simon