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Classic SS clip archive updated!

Discussion in 'Classic Sesame Street' started by ISNorden, May 14, 2007.

  1. loliver123

    loliver123 New Member

    I was looking for the Stop! Dance! clip from vintage sesame street, and ideas on how to find it
  2. samsesame

    samsesame New Member

    Kermit and Grover

    Does anyone know where to find a video clip of Kermit and Grover doing short and long? (Not the one with the ladder...the one where Grover keeps doing long things and then the 2 swich)

    Any info would be appreciated.
  3. ISNorden

    ISNorden Active Member

    I've seen a lot of clips with kids asked to stop (and re-start) dancing; could you please give some more details so I'd know whether I had a copy myself? (I'm planning to upload my "Best of Episode 1836" collection--which contains one old clip along those lines--tonight or early tomorrow.)
  4. ISNorden

    ISNorden Active Member

    Great news for Mac and/or QuickTime users

    I'm halfway through uploading .mp4 files (all in one piece) of my full episode collection. My latest blog entry includes links to thirteen files; by this weekend I should have the other thirteen uploaded.

    P.S. Please update your links to my "Best of Episode 406" clip archive, by the way; I expanded and re-submitted it a few days ago.
  5. muppet maniac

    muppet maniac Well-Known Member

    I'm halfway through uploading .mp4 files (all in one piece) of my full episode collection. My latest blog entry includes links to thirteen files; by this weekend I should have the other thirteen uploaded.

    Can you send me the links through private messages or email please? Thanks (The ones I need are: 83, 131, 536, 666, and 796, 871, 1090-95)
  6. ISNorden

    ISNorden Active Member

    Finished the full episodes at last!

    My latest blog entry now includes links to .mp4's of the following episodes: #796, #871, #926, #1037, #1090, #1092-95, #1836, #1839, #1933, and #2040. (The Windows Media Player files have a separate listing, if you'd prefer that format and have no trouble downloading/decompressing them.)

    The previous entry includes links to the following episodes: #1, #8, #43, #54, #83, #131, #198, #276, #355, #406, #514, #536, and #666. (Again, the Windows Media Player files are listed separately.)
  7. muppet maniac

    muppet maniac Well-Known Member

    Okay, for some reason, I cannot get onto any site from Blogspot. So can you please send me the links by PM? Again, I want episodes 83, 131, 536, 666, 796, 871, 1037, 1090-1095. Thanks.
  8. ISNorden

    ISNorden Active Member

    *surfs over to the list of .mp4 file links* You should be getting a PM in about ten minutes. Good luck!
  9. ISNorden

    ISNorden Active Member

    For those of you who'd like better pictures than my complete episodes have (blast Gigasize and their file restrictions!), here's my "best of" clip collection from #1836, the NYC Marathon episode: the street scenes are in one file, and the other stuff is in a different file. All clips are in .mp4 format, so you'll need QuickTime or another compatible player.
  10. ISNorden

    ISNorden Active Member

    I now have higher-quality .mp4 clips from Episode 1839 (Mr. Hooper's death explained) in my archives: the street scenes are in one file, and everything else is in another. If any of you have questions or problems, please drop me a private message.
  11. TotallySpiesFan

    TotallySpiesFan New Member

    But the 1836 file have the same ones from the 1839 files.
  12. ISNorden

    ISNorden Active Member

    Oooops! Better fix and re-upload those archives...
  13. mikealan

    mikealan New Member

    Every Classic Clip On The Archive Are Deleted! Now We'll Never See Most Of 'em Again!
  14. ISNorden

    ISNorden Active Member

    The word on the street is "frustrated"...

    Blame my phone company/ISP for that: Not only did they take almost three weeks to restore my service after I moved to a new room in this building, but they're also unable to install a high-speed line where I'm living now. (How slow is my new connection? It took me an hour to download a 3-minute clip from YouTube--no joke!) To keep this reply on topic, though: I'll be putting the clips back in the archive when I can burn all my collection to CDs, then upload them on a public computer. Keep your fingers crossed!

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