Yes. It's brief and easy, but very unique and worth checking out.
Unfortunately, the only version legally available (it's on Steam) is the VGA "Talkie" version. It was the earliest attempt at voice acting for the company, and because the tech was so immature in that regard, there were two consequences. The first is that the animators struggled with the lip synching, leading them to pitch all of the game's character close-ups. (If you played Monkey Island 1, those are what I mean by character close-ups.)
The second is that all of the audio, dialog and music, is stored on one big CD track. While this means the audio is high quality and sounds lovely, it also means that music only plays during major sequences where it's cinematically mixed with the dialog. Worse, the dialog itself had to be rewritten in a more succinct way so that it could all fit on one CD. (One of the writers credited with the redone script is Orson Scott Card, for the trivia junkies.)
While the result isn't sabotage, it is a reasonably different experience from the original game because of the retooled script. And while the graphics upgrade is great, there is something to be said for the original 16-color EGA artwork, which did super inventive things with regard to palette and animation that can only be appreciated in the game's first-release form. On the flipside, this the only version voiced, and the voicework is solid.
My advice is this: buy the game (of course), but help yourself to the unavailable original version and run it through SCUMMVM, so you can have it both ways. And whichever version you go with, be sure to listen to the 30-minute audio drama, which originally came packaged with the game on a cassette and which serves as a prologue and introduction to the world.