Julie Andrews and Stan Mooneyham host this hour-long infomercial for WorldVision, which is a little more grim than happy (as opposed to what the ad states - see below). The Muppets appear around the middle:
On a farm setting, Brewster (a farmer this time, but still a "philosopher"), converses with Stan Mooneyham, which leads into a song, "The Chain of Life," featuring the Choir, as well as Rover Joe the Hound Dog, T.R. and Catgut (and some chickens) from The Muppet Musicians of Bremen.
Then Kermit tells a story of the sun-deprived Kingdom of Phumph, which consists only of a king, a queen, a prince, and one subject, a young multi-tasker named Marvin (the same puppet as Leo from the Muppet Meeting Films), who becomes king by adopting a doorstep child, thus making the sun shine in the kingdom.
Finally, Kermit sings "If I Ruled the World" while sitting on top of a globe.
The Muppets then appear during the finale, "One to One."
- Jim Henson as Kermit, Rover Joe
- Frank Oz as Marvin, Chickens
- Jerry Nelson as T.R., Catgut, The King of Phumph, Chickens
- Richard Hunt as The Queen of Phumph, Chickens
- Dave Goelz as Brewster, The Prince of Phumph
- Executive producer: Bob Screen
- Producer: Warren G. Stitt
- Director: Bill Davis
- Writer: Buz Kohan
- Choreographer: Miriam Nelson