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This is a rare poster, given to the crew and production team of the Disney-MGM Studios' stage show, Here Come the Muppets, prior to its grand opening.
Above the main text, there is a graphic of four pieces of paper "taped" to the poster, forming Fozzie's regular Muppet Show act opener "Thank You, Thank You, and Thank You." Under this graphic, the text continues: "For your sensational, inspirational, and muppetational contribution to the great success of HERE COMES THE MUPPETS official Grand Opening June 15, 1990."
Under this text, there is a row of lines bearing signatures of important people involved in the production, and their names printed directly beneath those signatures. They are (from left to right):
- Ron Logan -- Executive Producer
- Scott Powbatan -- Producer
- Douglas May -- Director
- Kermit - The Frog (in green, rather than uniform black, to emphasize the signature's facetiousness)
In addition to Kermit's signature, those of a number of other core Muppet cast members appear on this poster. They are (counter-clockwise, beginning with Bean's signature in the lower-left, just above Kermit's):
- Bean Bunny
- Gonzo (signed as "The Great Gonzo")
- Fozzie Bear
- Miss Piggy
- Dr. Teeth
These same signatures were used on the rubber stamps Muppet walk-about characters would use rather than signing free-hand (which is the common practice of most Disney theme park characters).
There is also a "bite" on the left hand corner, near Animal's signature.