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Los Muppets (Latin America)

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Country (Language) Mexico
(Latin American Spanish)
Released November 11, 2011
Running time
Dubbing Studio/
Localization
Taller Acustico
Script Translator/Editor Katya Ojeda
Voice Director Mario Castañeda
Raúl Aldana
Musical Adaptation Jack Jackson, Raúl Aldana, Berenice Esquivel
(musical direction)
Gabriela Cárdenas (song adaptation)
Local Rating
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Los Muppets is the Latin American dub of The Muppets. Although the dub was produced in Mexico, the same version was released in other Spanish-speaking countries in Latin America, including Argentina, Chile, Colombia, and Uruguay, and the promotional tie-in campaign extensively incorporated celebrities from a range of Latin American countries.

The dub features most of the same voices as for recent Mexican dubs, but some of the names are simplified. For the first time in Latin America, Kermit is "Kermit la rana" rather than La rana René.

Voices

Additional Voices

Promotion

The extensive promotional campaign included unique theatrical trailers, new Spanish dubs of the Muppet viral videos, guest appearances (including Kermit the Frog on the Argentinian series Art Attack), TV spots, and more. Most of these were made available through the WaltDisneyStudiosLA (Latin America) YouTube channel.

One notable video, uploaded December 26, 2011, is a localized version of the "Mahna Mahna" end credits sequence, intercut with the US celebrities and with the Snowths overlaid, as an equivalent to the "Never-Ending Mahna Mahna Phenomahna." The latter included the following celebrities: comedian Guillermo "Fierita" Catalano, producer and film journalist Axel Kuschevatzky, Playhouse Disney Channel Latinoamérica hosts Diego Topa and Mariana Seligmann, pop singer Nicolás Zuviria, TV presenter Gabriel Schultz, sportscaster Ignacio Goano, Disney Channel hostess Caro Ibarra, and actor Benjamín Amadeo (all from Argentina); pop band Ádammo, TV presenter Bruno Pinasco and actress Gianella Neyra (Peru); and Latin American Idol hostess Erika de La Vega (Venezuela).

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Los Muppets Mahna Mahna

Los Muppets: Mah Na Mah Na Latinoamérica

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