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Robin with Luis Greco, the morse code flamenco dancer on episode 317 of The Muppet Show.

Gustavo (Kermit) and Peggy (Miss Piggy) at the los Muppets premiere in Madrid in 2012.

Monstruos Supersanos (2012).

Spain's Muppets Most Wanted poster (2014).

Miss Piggy's Spanish "Macarena" costume for Muppets Most Wanted.

Scene from the 1978 Sesame Street Calendar.

Spain is a country in southern Europe, which borders France, Portugal, Andorra, Gibraltar, and Morocco (Africa). Castilian Spanish is the official language, with three co-official languages in other portions of the country, notably Catalan in the Catalonia region. The country is famous for its many dance styles, bullfighting, and its key historical role in the colonization and exploration of North and South America (sponsoring Christopher Columbus and colonizing Mexico, amongst other deeds).

References

Co-Productions and Merchandising

Sesame Street was dubbed into Spanish as Ɓbrete SƩsamo circa 1976. A comic book, Epi / Blas ...y los demƔs, was published from 1976 to 1979.

Barrio SĆ©samo, the Spanish Sesame Street co-production, debuted in 1979 and ran until 2000.

PortAventura features the SĆ©samoAventura area, which first opened in 2011. Sesame Street characters have been appearing at the park since 2008.

In 2012, the mini-series Monstruos Supersanos aired dubbed on Antena 3.

In Spain, the Muppets are known as Los TeleƱecos, and have featured in considerable merchandise. Kermit the Frog has been re-christened Gustavo la Rana. However, like in all other Spanish-speaking countries, in 2011 with the release of The Muppets movie inminent, they have been renamed Los Muppets. Their Spanish character names though, remain.

James Bobin, Gustavo (Kermit the Frog) and Peggy (Miss Piggy) visited Spain for the premiere of Los Muppets on January 23, 2012:

Dubs

Castilian

TV shows
Movies

Catalan

  • Farscape
  • Els Hoobs


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