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# 00000 - 1977 Muppet Show game Parker Brothers $14.95
                                     Excellent Condition - Sold Out

# 00000 - 1977 Muppet Show game Parker Brothers $12.95
                                     Very Good Condition - Sold Out

# 00000 - 1977 Muppet Show game Parker Brothers $11.95
                                      Acceptable Condition - Sold Out

Muppet Show game
©1977, Parker Brothers
Ages: 7 and Up
Players: 2 to 4
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Game Parts Available for Sale

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1 Game board
1 Double spinner card
4 Stage sets
Fozzie Bear & Scooter
Rowlf & Miss Piggy
Dr. Teeth & Animal
Statler & Waldorf
8 Card Stands
8 Muppet Pawns
Animal
Dr. Teeth
Fozzie Bear
Miss Piggy
Rowlf
Scooter
Statler
Waldorf
Rules
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Game Contents
DESCRIPTION - from the box
ACT 1 - It's showtime! And Muppet-mania has broken loose on stage. Our
playful performers scurry about, bobbing stage left, weaving stage right, in a
frantic, frenzied race to the footlights.  
ACT 2 - Muppets, Muppets everywhere!
And you can move them all. You control the chaos, with a little "frog-imagination"
from Kermit. Using his script and double spinner, direct the Muppets and their
sets to their proper positions for curtain call.  
FINALE - If you get your Muppets
there first, the applause belongs to you.
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