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Discussion in 'Classic Sesame Street' started by Al Hempker, Feb 2, 2006.
YO/SS Pitch Film.
There are 2 other parts but I'll just post the 1st.
Being a Spanish major, I enjoyed the "YO" clip
So appropiette with this being football season.
I don't remember this 1 but they also passed the ball on higher numbers.
check this out! it's a classic Sesame Street song played by one of my puppets!
Wow Mike.Great find and Just in time for halloween.
"Rubber Duckie" as sung by Shelly Goldstein.
Hellen Ready- Grow
I found a great sketch in which Danny DeVito waits for the bus with Oscar and Bruno.
Interestingly, it looks like Danny DeVito is wearing the same outfit he wore in Put Down the Duckie (I figure he would have), but something about his hair looks a bit different than in Put Down the Duckie.
Also, it looks like Oscar has some paper taped around his back. I wonder what that is for. Just about all other footage I have access to of Oscar and Bruno show either a front view of Oscar or a view of Oscar's left side, but in this one we see all angles of Oscar's body (except for the back, obviosuly). I wonder if maybe that paper could be part of a script (though it does look kind of small to be a script).
Finally, it looks like the image of Oscar and Bruno found in Bruno's page in the "on air" section of sesamestreet.org (as well as the menu for episode 796 in Old School Vol. 2) came from this sketch (or perhaps more accurately the taping of it).
Not sure if this should count as "classic", but here's some behind-the-scenes rehearsal footage from Stars and Streets Forever:
Here's a Little Bird sketch that I had not known about until now.
Fran Brill seems to have spoken a little bit quiet in this. At first I thought it was either Henson, Nelson, or Clash performing him. I had to watcha few tiems until I finally heard it as Brill's voice.
Here's a few clips featuring the rarely-seen Dexter.
I wonder who some of those other people are?
Many of us know Rafiel, and looks like Wille, The HD Man was there without his uniform, but what about those 2 other ladies?
I think it's a part of the newspaper that floats by when the bus comes through.
Baker #1 sketch is finally on Youtube
Just in case anybody is interested, the baker sketch on the number "1" is now on youtube.
Just go into youtube, and type in: "sesame street - the song of one", and it will be there.
Well, it's been on SS.org and the 40 Years DVD for over a month, so this is nothing new.
What is swonderful about that one is that the one with Rowlf in it?
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