The movie was first released on June 15, 1981 in Cartago and Vergara Madrid Cinemas. It was distributed by Filmayer, a now-defunct company who also distributed many Walt Disney movies.
Something rare is that this movie in Spain hasn't got a castillian dub, in fact the dub this movie has is a latinoamerican dub. Is not rare, because in Spain so many movies came with a latinomerican dub, specially the Walt Disney movies distributed by Filmayer.
In 1993, the movie was released in VHS in Spain with the same dub and a new title, Los Teleñecos van a Hollywood: La Película (The Muppets Go Hollywood: The Movie). It was released by Jim Henson Video and manufactered by Disney.
In 2005 the movie was again re-released in DVD, again by Disney in his Walt Disney Home Entertaiment, celebrating Kermit's 50th Anniversary in the TV. It had also the same dub.
Is unknown if Columbia TriStar Home Video released the movie also in Spain, but judging by the video the Los Teleñecos (magazine) has on it, it was, and was called La Película de los Teleñecos instead of the re-release title that Disney gave to it.
Currently the film is no more available in DVD by Disney.
This is a list of the releases that The Muppet Movie has got in Spain.
The first release that is known by the people is the Disney 1993 VHS release. This title was re-called, as said, Los Teleñecos van a Hollywood. La Película.
In 1999, Columbia TriStar Home Video released the movie in VHS and used the first release title, La Película de los Teleñecos.
In 2005, Disney launched the movie in a Kermit's 50th Anniversary Edition, recalling it by the Disney name included in the 1993 VHS.
In 2012, Disney rereleased the movie on DVD to promote the Spanish release of Los Muppets.