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I remember that one! Sounds like he's saying "bweff".
The "Loaf of Bread..." sketch looks to me very much like the opening animation (and segment bumpers) of the 70's PBS series "Vegetable Soup".
Here's two more:
A little girl (preschool age, IIRC) sits down at a concert grand piano on a stage. She starts playing. While she's playing,...
Remember this one, from the 70's?
Cookie Monster, while blindfolded, is waiting for a baker to arrive with cookies. He feels something large...
Absolutely! I have that one on tape. It's (unofficially) called "Cast of Charactors" (sic)
2: yanked into ground
(silent opening) Indy-style race car with 3 on hood driven toward camera
(after racecars) "3" drawn in center square of psych background;...
There's one closing that you've forgotten!
Circa 1974-78, the Friday closing (with cast and production credits) featured a view from the...
There is a piece of "Sesame Street" music I remember being used elsewhere:
During the first season of "3-2-1 Contact", one one episode (the one...
Here's how it goes:
(silent opening) A short man (with a slightly noticeable 9 on his shirt) jumps off a high dive platform. He lands on a...
I remember *two* bloopers from the same film series:
The classic films, accompanied by kazoo and banjo music, in which neon letters are being...
(1) Due to the fact that my VCR is quite busy on weekdays, the weekend is just about the only time I have left for trading. (At...
Kinda reminds me of that Electric Company "Without an S" sketch--where Rita Moreno leans upon the "S" wreath on the easel, knocking it over.
Mumford and the Count both debuted in 1972. (Both have the same basic shape and color.)
I'm pretty certain it was Joe Raposo.
Right. The Romans--who originated our calendar--did not have a symbol for zero.
I also saw William Wegman's dog models (as humans) in a commercial for Dodge Caravan.
More "U" memories:
"Without U, Units would be...nits!"/"Whoever heard of an I.O.?"/"Anybody wanna buy a used U?"
Boy buys a lowercase U from...
Quick Lesson in Mathematics
For episodes 276 to 1055, the number featured can be determined as follows:
(step 1) Subtract 16 from the episode...
I guess maybe that by 1977-78, the "pattern" may have been broken somewhat.
#1090: B P 7
#1092: D N 3
#1093: K N 4
#1094: G K 5
#1095: C G...
I noticed that pattern too--for the years 1971-74.
For the 71-72 season, the progression was:
For the 72-73...
Separate names with a comma.