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Discussion in 'Sesame Street' started by Disneys Muppets, Jul 3, 2004.
I signed it, saying:
>>There are many things about current Disney I might not like, just like current Sesame Street, but unlike Sesame Street, Disney has not seen a need to bury its past.<<
Once again, are you familiar with Song of the South, WW II cartoons, or basically any animated series they've made before 1998?
Yes, I am familiar with them. Some content of Disney may be controversial by today's standards because of old stereotypes, but let's face the facts, as a whole, vintage Disney has been much more widely available than vintage Sesame Street.
Gee Bee,Were you just the 808th person to sign this petition??
No, that wasn't me, but I did sign it. We've got to keep trying.
Just imagine if Disney bought the rights to Sesame Street! But if Disney owned the rights to Sesame Street, would Sesame Street still air on PBS? And would Disney give Sesame Street more than 26 episodes?
I doubt it would be on PBS if Disney bought SW. But who knows?
But would Disney give the show all the classic clips like the Martian Beauty, Alligator King, We all Live in a Capital I, etc.?
Personally, I really doubt that they would. SW has more of a chance of rereleasing or reshowing the the old skits than DIz... personally, I feel they'd take the time out to plug as many Disney TV shows and stufff as they can via guest shots....
Well, what network would Sesame Street air on if Disney bought Sesame Workshop-ABC?
Would Disney release DVD box sets of Sesame Street episodes by season?
You know what might be cool? A DVD series called "Big Bird Meets Mickey Mouse." Each one would contain new footage of Big Bird and Mickey as the masters of ceremony, introducing vintage Sesame Street episodes and vintage Disney cartoons.
That Definately AWould Be Cool But Would It Just Be Vintage Mickey Mouse Cartoons
I Mean "Would" Sorry For The Mistake!
That sounds cool.
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