Evil banker Rachel Bitterman forecloses on the Muppets' famous variety theater. But Bitterman's machinations take a back seat when apprentice guardian angel Daniel shows Kermit what conditions would have been had Kermit never existed. A Kermit-less world would have found Miss Piggy running a fraudulent psychic hotline, Fozzie Bear as a homeless derelict, and Sam the Eagle as a caged "rave" dancer. With showstopping numbers like Moulin Scrooge and parodies of many holiday films, this tale of fortune through friendship defines the true meaning of holiday spirit.
Foreclosure -- Fiction.
Guardian angels -- Fiction.
Muppets (Fictitious characters) -- Fiction.
Baker, Martin G., film producer.
Bolton, Michael S., production designer.
Brooks, Mel, 1926- voice actor.
Carr, Warren, 1950- film producer.
Cusack, Joan, 1962- actor.
Featherman, Gregg, editor of moving image work.
Goldberg, Whoopi, 1955- actor.
Jim Henson Company, presenter.
Jim Henson's Creature Shop.
Lewis, Jim, 1955- screenwriter.
Lillard, Matthew, 1970- actor.
Macy, William H., 1950- actor.
Martin, Tom, 1964- screenwriter.
National Broadcasting Company, presenter.
Oz, Frank, voice actor.
Smith, Polly, costume designer.
Thatcher, Kirk R., film director.
Universal Studios Canada, film distributor.
Universal Studios Home Entertainment (Firm), publisher.
Watters, Mark, 1955- composer.
Westman, Tony, director of photography.
Whitmire, Steve, 1959- voice actor.