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Revision as of 10:09, May 30, 2012

I Muppet
Country (Language) Italy
(Italian)
Released February 3, 2012
Running time 103 minutes
Dubbing Studio/
Localization
Royfilm Ltd.
Script Translator/Editor Louis Calabro
Voice Director Leslie James la Penna
Viviana Barbetta
Marco Meloni
Musical Adaptation Ermavilo (musical direction)
Lorraine Brancucci, Matteo Schiavio (song adaptation)
Local Rating

I Muppet is the Italian dub of The Muppets.

Voices

  • Additional voices: Sergio Di Giulio, Mario Bombardieri, Francesco Vairano, Pasquale Anselmo, Roberto Gammino, Andrea Mete
  • Tex Richman's Chorus Girls: Roberta Frighi, Claudia Arvati, Fernanda Caporale, Serena Bagozzi


Credits

  • Producer: Disney Character Voices International, Inc.
  • Sound: Villas Studios Ltd.
  • Dubbing assistant: Viviana Barbetta
  • Dubbing engineer: Marco Meloni
  • Synchronizer: Giandonato Cochetti
  • Sound mixed at Shepperton International
  • Song translations recorded at Trafalgar Recording Studios - Roma
  • Music dubbing: Matteo Schiavio

Posters

Promotion

The extensive promotional campaign included Elio performing a cover version of "The Muppet Show Theme" and a series of web videos where he was kidnapped by the Muppets to host The Muppet Show. Other online promotions included the Italian version of the "Never-Ending Mahna Mahna Phenomahna", a magazine appearance on The Cinema Show, and wallpaper and screensavers. Merchandise included the book adaptation, 24-plush Nicotoy dolls (Kermit, Miss Piggy, Fozzie and Animal), HoMe teacups (Kermit, Piggy, Gonzo, Fozzie and Animal), Miss Piggy souvenir bags and a hat promoting the film.

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