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'''The Great Muppet Movie Ride''' is an abandoned concept for an attraction at Disney's Hollywood Studios (formerly Disney-MGM Studios) in [[Walt Disney World]].
 
'''The Great Muppet Movie Ride''' is an abandoned concept for an attraction at Disney's Hollywood Studios (formerly Disney-MGM Studios) in [[Walt Disney World]].
   
The attraction, which was meant to parody the park's own Great Movie Ride, would have brought guests through a variety of set pieces in which the [[The Muppets|Muppets]] attempted to recreate scenes from classic movies, such as ''[[Frankenstein]]'' and ''[[Peter Pan]]''.
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The attraction, which was meant to parody the park's own Great Movie Ride, would have brought guests through a variety of set pieces in which [[:Category:The Muppets Characters|the Muppets]] attempted to recreate scenes from classic movies, such as ''[[Frankenstein]]'' and ''[[Peter Pan]]''.
   
 
Plans for the ride, which would have complemented ''[[Muppet*Vision 3D]]'' in a new Muppet Studios section of the park, were abandoned after the merger between [[The Walt Disney Company]] and [[The Jim Henson Company]] fell apart.
 
Plans for the ride, which would have complemented ''[[Muppet*Vision 3D]]'' in a new Muppet Studios section of the park, were abandoned after the merger between [[The Walt Disney Company]] and [[The Jim Henson Company]] fell apart.

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Great Muppet Movie Ride

The Great Muppet Movie Ride is an abandoned concept for an attraction at Disney's Hollywood Studios (formerly Disney-MGM Studios) in Walt Disney World.

The attraction, which was meant to parody the park's own Great Movie Ride, would have brought guests through a variety of set pieces in which the Muppets attempted to recreate scenes from classic movies, such as Frankenstein and Peter Pan.

Plans for the ride, which would have complemented Muppet*Vision 3D in a new Muppet Studios section of the park, were abandoned after the merger between The Walt Disney Company and The Jim Henson Company fell apart.

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