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Discussion in 'Classic Sesame Street' started by gbrobeck, Jul 5, 2003.
Yes! I do want #514 and #2574! I already sent you the SS 1992 tape! Did you get it?
I sure got it, but I have not had time to look at it yet. Btw, I have made you a tape with 514, and I will be putting 2574 on it ASAP. And I also heard from Boober_Gorg that the sound quality on your tape is NOT very good. Correct?
Did you get my email on the copy of #796. I'll take it. Do you want the captain kangaroo video & the other stuff?
Nope, just #796. Wait, what other episodes do you have?
Nope, I don't have any other episodes. What would you like. I want #796 very badly.
I don't know what to tell ya. I mean, how can we trade if you don't have any others?
Well, only the tiny part of the late 80's episode, which was never on Noggin where David and the kids sing the "Apple Tree" song, but much of classic SS from 1992 looks GREAT!
Hey, hey, hey!
I've got #514 and #2574 last Friday!
Here are the highlights of both of these episodes:
#514-The opening street scene was where Stevie Wonder sings "1-2-3 Sesame Street". I think him singing "Superstition" on the street was pretty boring, but the skits were great! It had the classic Count/Cookie sketch where The Count and Cookie Monster both cooperate together, so the Count could count the cookies and Cookie could eat them. It had two classic Ernie & Bert skits-the one where Ernie forgets to turn off the water for the tub (i've seen it on one of the 2000 shows on Noggin) and the one where Bert had a purple hand, because it was bruised! Grover appeared on some street scenes with Stevie Wonder, too. Roosevelt Franklin appeared on the Elementary School skit where he teaches his class about poison. It also had the Joe Raposo song, "Everybody Eats". And, it also had some great animated letter/number skits like the BEEP-BEEP letter "I" song where the man was driving through the "I" city and ends with him taking the "i" on a trip, "We all live in a capital I" song, the 'Eleven Morning' song where it ends with the singer falling into the pig pen with eleven pigs, the number eleven animation with the dancing squares and with off-screen voices laughing, Secret Drawing: the letter G, and the other 'G' sketch that went like "G is the first letter in the word...in the word...giggle!" Don't forget that it had the Ralph and Willy sketch with them getting ready to play baseball. Sponsored by letters G and I and the number 11.
#2574-Maria's pregnancy part two-where Maria's mother from Puerto Rico visit Sesame Street. She showed Big Bird, Maria and Luis the pictures of Maria where she was pregnant. Well, this episode was just disappointing you, because there was only one sketch of the letter 'B', which was the classic "B Is For Bubble" song, only one sketch of the letter 'T', which was the Newsflash skit where the Boston Tea Party members throw stuff that begin with 'T' into the sea, and only one sketch of the number '12' which was a small animation with twelve birds. But, it's lucky enough that "Ladybug Picnic" was on the Deja Noggin part before #514! There were some of the great skits like Bert's Blanket, Rappin' Alphabet, Ernie rides on a boat, Kermit, Shala and Patti on 'Next To', the Guy Smiley game show "The Eating Game", What Are Kids Called, and there was one of the skits I remembered so much in my youth, The Heartstrongs, featuring Gordon, Susan, David and Uncle Wally. It's strange that Gordon appeared on the live film where he dances with the kids on shapes. Snuffy's sister, Alice made an appearance on this episode, too. Sponsored by letters B and T and the number 12.
Thanks ssetta for the tape trade!
And one more thing:
SESAME STREET UNPAVED UPDATE:
#162-Oscar's Stop Signs (1970), caught on tape in late December 2002 before SSU was off Noggin
#355-Rainstorm (1972), caught on tape with #3146 in late December 2002 before SSU was off Noggin
#406-Sam the Robot Debuts (1972), from Gbrobeck, with #2558, in the end of the summer of 2003
#514-Stevie Wonder Visits Sesame Street (1973), from ssetta, with #2574, on last Friday
#1364-Star Wars Droids Visit Day 1 (1980), from Boober Gorg, with #1396, on mid-September 2003
#1396-Star Wars Droids Visit Day 2 (1980), from Boober Gorg, with #1364, on mid-September 2003
#2558-Maria Is Pregnant (1989), from Gbrobeck, with #406, in the end of the summer of 2003
#2574-Maria Is Still Pregnant (1989), from ssetta, with #514, on last Friday
And from the early 90's before Elmo's World, I have:
#2795-Re-opening Hooper's Store (1990), from Boober Gorg, with #2874, on mid-September 2003
#2874-Birdland Jazz Club Day (1991), from Boober Gorg, with #2795, on mid-September 2003
Various episodes and parts of the 1991-92 season on one tape
#3146-Davey & Joey Monkey Search For Bananas, caught on tape that has #355 in the end of December 2002, before SSU and 123 Sesame from Season 25 were off Noggin
Soon, I will buy a copy of the tape that has two Season 25 shows: #3195 and #3164, and after that, I will get copies of all 1969 shows that Noggin aired, including the original broadcast version of #1, #1707 of Big Bird At Camp series and #1093 and #1094 of the Hawaii series from MuppetDude soon or later.
If any of you don't have #162, #355, #406, #514, #1364, #1396, #2558, and #2574, I can get copies of the other Unpaveds. Here are the info of these episodes that you'll remember:
#162-Oscar's Stop Signs (1970)
Oscar has stop signs all over Sesame Street, ends with Bob holding a Spanish 'STOP' sign to the kids
Classic skits: Goin' For A Ride, STOP cartoon, Kermit and unnamed Cookie Monster on 'Happy and Sad' Faces, Kermit's What Happens Next Machine, There Once Was A Hand film
Molly the Mailman announces that there's a rainstorm coming to Sesame Street. There are unusual things happened in the rainstorm like Molly falling on the puddle.
Classic skits: Mahna Mahna (1969), Number Painter Paints a '4', Four Big Lions, The Land of 'B' (animated), The 'M' That Came To Dinner (animated), The Four Mysterious Dragons, Ernie Messes the Apartment, Ernie Has String In Fingers, B Is For Basket (animated), Kermit's 'B' Lecture (1969), Harvey Kneeslapper-Where I Wanna Be, Herry Dresses Up Like Ernie, Farley Buys A Hat
#406-Season Four Premiere (1972)
Starts with whole cast reciting the alphabet. Snuffy plays London Bridge with the kids while Gordon and Susan meet Sam the Robot.
Classic skits: Dee Dee Dee, Daddy Dear, the 'D' Building (animated), The Delightful Letter D (animated/live-action), The Baker#2, Simon Soundman's Sound Song, Everybody Sleeps, Me, Grover on Heavy and Light featuring the cameo appearance of Big Bird!, Teeth Gets A Job (muppets skit), Here Is Your Life: Oak Tree, Warthogs (live-action)
#514-Stevie Wonder Visits (1973)
Stevie Wonder visits Sesame Street to sing "Superstition" and "1-2-3 Sesame Street" and talk about notes with Grover.
Classic skits: 'I' Song, Number Eleven Animation with the Dancing Squares, Eleven Morning, Capital I, The Count vs. Cookie Monster, Everybody Eats, Ernie Floods the Tub, Bert Has A Purple Hand, Who You Lookin' At Tiger, Roosevelt Franklin on 'Poison', No Matter You Count Them (muppets)
#1364-Star Wars Droids Visit Day 1 (1980)
Big Bird sees the beam of green light in the sky. Two Star Wars droids C-3PO and R2-D2 visit and explore Sesame Street.
Classic skits: Bein' Green with Lena Horne, Kermit Buys Toothbrushes, Newsflash: Tortise & the Hare, 'Z' In Space (animated), Imagination Zoo (animated), Monster tries to draw a happy face (animated), The King & the Firemen (muppets only), The Angst of Ernie, Ernie and Bert Had A Broken Faucet, Spanish 'J' Animation, The Limerick-J, Jaguar, Letters In Sand-J, The 'J' Train (animated), Milk! (live-action), Jazzy Spies#4, The Clapping Song (muppets only), Two climbers climb the letter 'Z' (animated)
#1396-Star Wars Droids Visit Day 2 (1980)
Big Bird meets C-3PO and R2-D2 at the bus stop. Then they play together on Sesame Street and they meet Linda and Bob for the first time.
Classic skits: Super Grover-Bus Stop, Grover the Waiter-Big Or Little Hamburger, Biff At the Museum, Twiddlebugs Hang A Picture, Two Birds (live-action), Animal Doctor (live-action), High Middle Low, The Cookie Reminds Ernie of Anything (1969 skit), Harvey Kneeslapper-'Picture of You', Dog Talks to the Lower-case 'u' (animated), the U-N-I-T-E train (animated), V Hurt My Knee Poem (animated), The Limerick-V, violin, Two by Joe Raposo, Pinball Number Count#2, Ernie and Bert Have A Slice of Apple Pie, Story Of the Bean (live-action, song)
#2558-Maria Is Pregnant (1989)
Big Bird and Maria visit the pregnancy doctor. Maria listens to her baby (before Gabi) inside her body!
Classic skits: African Alphabet, Cooperation Makes It Happen, Ernie Has A Banana In His Ear, The Typewriter Guy-R, rope, Alaskan Villagers Visit the Doctor (live-action), Clementine's 'R' Ranch, Upstairs, Downstairs (first Monsterpiece Theater production), Newsflash-Humpty Dumpty, Red-Hot Letter 'I' Being Made (live-action)
#2574-Maria Is Still Pregnant (1989)
Maria's mother from Puerto Rico shows Big Bird, Maria and Luis pictures of Maria's pregnancy.
Classic skits: B Is For Bubble, What Are Kids Called, Kermit, Shala and Patti on 'Next To', The Eating Game, The Heartstrongs, Rappin' Alphabet, Bert's Blanket, Ernie Likes to Ride On His Boat, Newsflash-The Boston 'T' Party, Inventions of the World-Sandwiches (animated)
Do you want any of them I've mentioned to you?
What? Do you want to trade with me?
I'd be glad to trade with you, but I also have episode #131, and #1575.
Just let me know which shows you want and I'll let you know which ones I want to trade for.
MuppetDude, the only eight Sesame Street Unpaveds are:
1970: #162-Oscar's Stop Signs
#406-Sam the Robot Debuts
1973: #514-Stevie Wonder Visits
1980: #1364-Star Wars Droids Visit Day 1
#1396-Star Wars Droids Visit Day 2
1989: #2558-Maria Is Pregnant
#2574-Maria Is Still Pregnant
BTW, I'm very interesting to get copies of #1 (full-length), #8, #43, #54, #83, #1093, #1094, and #1707.
Do you have #162, #355, #406, #514, #1364, #1396, #2558, and #2574 yet?
it was a noggin show.......7th season premire.............
Hi everyone ,
I am new here does anyone here have copies of Sesame Street unpaved episodes which i may be able to purchase I have been searching for these episodes for such a long time please help..I want my 3 year old to sit and enjoy the classics i enjoyed....the few episodes I had was lost in a fire in my apartment .....
I'm still interested in trading.
I'd like the following tapes that you have:
#1, #8, #43, #54, #83, #1093, #1094, and #1707.
PLEASE, let me know which ones I have that you want.
I know you want:
#162 and #355.
You don't have these that I do have. Do you also want any of these?
#406, #514, #1364, #1396, #2558 or #2574?
I'm anxious to hear from you, so please get back to me ASAP.
Thanks so much,
Who else has the full-length version of the Sesame Street series premiere (episode#1)?
Anybody wants to trade with me?...
Nobody wants to trade with me like Muppetdude?...
Oh, no! They'll never make it! I'm gonna die!
I do. Do you have an updated trade list? Our previous trade was very successful.
EDIT: My 100th post!!!
Don't worry, I'm here. I DO want to trade with you as much as you want to trade with me. It's just that I usually get to a computer and send messages about every one or two weeks. Sorry to worry you so much.
I'm very, VERY interested in all of your episodes. I would like to trade all of the eight you want from me for all of your eight episodes. I also prefer that all of the episodes to be taped in the SP speed, with two episodes per tape. I will do the same for you and look forward in this trade.
I'll need your address, but I'm not able to e-mail you for it. Don't post it here, so is it okay if I get it from another forum member? Thanks!!
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