Yes, it's time for another "Revisited" thread, this time about one of the most underrated Muppet Films: The Muppets Take Manhattan! -If this were a real college production, I doubt that the orchestra would be given a verse to sing. -Unless I'm mistaken, this is the first of the 'dated' Muppet films. Didn't they know that Ed Koch wouldn't be mayor forever (thank God)? -Is the Dabney Coleman scene necessary? Don't get me wrong, he's one of my favorite actors; I'm talking about the scene itself. It's a giant tease. Couldn't "You Can't Take No For An Answer" be the scene that establishes their bad luck? -I posted this in another thread, but I think it bears repeating. Scooter's a bit of a tool in this movie. It was his idea to take their show to Broadway, as well as his idea to split up (which he was the only one that really liked that idea). So it seems a bit hypocritical that he has a verse in "Saying Goodbye", as well as being the first one to write Kermit a letter. -Again I mentioned this before, but doesn't it seem weird to anyone else that this is the only film where Jerry Nelson is credited for playing Camilla? If any film should have this honor, it's The Muppet Movie. -Has anyone else noticed that Richard's characters sound lower than usual? Maybe he had a cold. -Louis Zorich (Pete) is one of those rare actors that is truly at home acting with the Muppets. Most actors in Muppet films practically have dollar signs in their eyes all the way through, so it's refreshing to see an actor who's so totally committed. -Why didn't they include Lips in the Mayhem band? It just seems a little inconsistent since they made a point to use him in Great Muppet Caper. -Well, Liza Minelli, at least Kermit made more than one good movie and isn't famous solely for his family and spouses. -It's sad that it's taken a Muppet movie to realize this, but we really lost a great one when Gregory Hines passed away. -So is 'Margeret' a man or a woman? -I'm surprised they decided to work with James Coco again; supposedly he was hard to work with when he hosted The Muppet Show. -Has anyone else noticed that the dog named Frank has a female voice? -From about the one hour point onward, I really have a hard time watching it with two exceptions: Kathy Mullen's performance as Jill the Frog and Kemit's voice changing to that of Link Hogthrob. -Anytime the Muppets appear outside, it's strangely captivating to look at. The brightly colored puppets against the dark grays of the city makes for a nice visual experience. -Supposedly Uncle Matt Fraggle can be seen in the wedding scene. I've yet to find him; has anyone else had any luck?