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The Great Muppet Caper Game

board game

Board games often reflect the culture of the time they are produced. This is especially true of games made to commemorate or somehow recapture the thrill or the humor of a film or television program. Pick a classic movie or long-running show and no doubt someone paid a license fee to use the name on a board game. And this is not only true of great examples. Games commemorate lousy or unsuccessful films as well. Some successfully mimic a film or program's action, others bear no relation to the subject except name.

ManufacturerMilton Bradley Company
Materialprinted cardboard | plastic | cardstock
LicenserHenson Associates, Inc.
Stylecombination
Object ID116.3774
Credit LineGift of Donald W. Lyon

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