Kermit's Swamp Years features the featured film Kermit's Swamp Years.
Back Cover Summary
Kermit's Swamp Years is the never-before-told story of how the world's most famous frog left the swamp for the very first time and began an adventure that would change his life - and ours - forever.
Meet young Kermit, a curious, fun-loving frog who likes hanging out with his amphibious best friends, Goggles and Croaker. Young Kermit loves the swamp, but wonders what lies beyond the tall marsh grass. When Goggles gets nabbed by a pet store owner, Kermit and Croaker must leap into action, leaving the swamp and racing to the rescue of their friend.
With help from a world-wise dog named Pilgrim, Kermit and Croaker discover that the outside world is bigger, stranger, more dangerous than they ever imagined. Will they find Goggles in time? Will they ever get back to the swamp? You'll find out in this original made-for-video live action! An adventure-packed comical treat for the entire family.
Kermit's Swamp Years. It's his true story, Warts and all!
- Blooper Reel
- Commentary with Kermit and Horace
- Behind-the-Scenes Featurette
- On the Set with Kermit
- Bonus Trailers
- By mistake, the blue FBI Warning for the demo vhs copy of this film is used 2 times rather than once which leaves one after the CTHE logo and the other after the short version of that after the Bear in the Big Blue House promotional trailer. This is due to the fact they forgot to remove the duplicate warning screen from the tape that leads to the film. The Columbia Tristar Home Entertainment logo which was supposed to go directly to the Jim Henson Home Entertainment logo after it cutted out to black. The retail version of the vhs and the other releases are correctly produced without leaving this extra warning in place of another position.
- There are FBI Warnings and some menus with other languages that have not been used in the American DVD release, but they can be inspected with PGC viewing and editing utilities such as PGCEdit. The english main menu is animated and the others are static with different variant of the water texture, but they still play the audio from the film. Another difference is that the names were deleted from the chapter menus that are in another language.
- On the Australia DVD, there is no option to set the aspect ratio to 4:3 as it only contains a 16:9 rendered version present on disc.