‘The Muppets’ creator and star Adam West speaks about ‘The Case of the Missing Man’

The Muppett Center for the Performing Arts has named “The Case Of The Missing Man” as one of the top three films nominated for an Academy Award for best picture.

The film, which stars Adam West, received the Academy Award nomination for Best Picture in 2013, and was directed by Ken Russell.

It was nominated again in 2016, and won Best Picture and Best Original Screenplay, but did not receive any Oscar nominations in either year.

The Muppet Show, the most successful show in Hollywood history, also won the Best Animated Feature award in 2014 and a Best Sound Editing nomination for 2015.

It is also considered one of Hollywood’s greatest movies.

The Academy Awards nominations are considered the best picture nominations in Hollywood and are considered to be the Oscars’ top honors.

They were originally created in 1926 and are nominated by the Academy Awards Committee and the film’s producers.

West was one of only two people in Hollywood to earn an Oscar nomination for his work on “Muppet Babies,” “Muppets Tonight” and “The Mummy.”

West has been nominated eight times for the best director Oscar.

He has also been nominated for the award for best actor, and best supporting actor for his role in the 2014 film “The Jungle Book.”