Rocky Mountain Holiday with John Denver and the Muppets Trailer

Rocky Mountain Holiday with John Denver and the Muppets Trailer (1983)

12 May 1983 47 mins

Rocky Mountain Holiday is a one-hour musical variety special featuring John Denver and the Muppets, which aired on ABC on May 12, 1983. In the special, John and the Muppets go on a summer camping trip to the Rocky Mountains.

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Cast

John Denver

as Himself

Jim Henson

as Various Muppets

Frank Oz

as Various Muppets

Jerry Nelson

as Various Muppets

Richard Hunt

as Various Muppets

Dave Goelz

as Various Muppets

Steve Whitmire

as Various Muppets

International Releases Dates

United States 12 May 1983

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