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Interesting Sesame Street video clips and pictures

Discussion in 'On the Web' started by GonzoLeaper, Sep 30, 2005.

  1. GonzoLeaper Active Member

    Well, I've found some interesting Sesame Street stuff I thought I'd share. While looking through the Internet, I ran across this picture which I thought was really funny.
    http://www.worth1000.com/entries/91500/91857lRtQ_w.jpg

    (Of course, Miami Vice has been done on Sesame Street before- Tito and J.P. of "Miami Mice" :) )

    And here's a really beautiful Sesame Street picture frame I found from Barnes and Noble.
    http://images.google.com/imgres?img...e+Street%22&start=740&svnum=10&hl=en&lr=&sa=N


    And here's an interesting fan produce Sesame Street parody video.
    http://www.mf-family.com:16080/movies/riots/

    And here's a really cool video I found from some non-English site. It seems to be a news report about Sesame Street and includes many classic clips of characters, including Mahna Mahna, Kermit and Professor Hastings, The Count and Cookie Monster counting apple cores, an early Oscar (he's green, but he has a look similar to the orange Oscar), and a classic cartoon or two and Sherlock Hemlock. (Note- these aren't all full clips- just quick appearances.)

    And here's a fairly old video clip from Sesame Street- the proud frog who inflates himself too much (and blows up!)
    http://www.macromataki.org/Multimedia/Video/inflation.htm

    And a classic early Grover clip with a growing letter G.
    http://www.macromataki.org/Multimedia/Video/miscellaneous.htm

    And some video clips from Sesame Street videos like "Sesame Street Goes to the Doctor" and "A Magical Halloween Adventure"

    And if anyone really hasn't seen this yet, here's a video clip of Mahna Mahna from The Muppet Show!
    http://www-personal.engin.umich.edu/~dwinterh/Mahnahmana.mpg

    and that's all my weird findings for now! :concern: :crazy:
  2. GonzoLeaper Active Member

    Forgot the link for the cool foreign language clip I found with Kermit, Professor Hastings, Mahna Mahna, Sherlock Hemlock, etc.
    Sorry about that!
    Here you go.
    http://www.zdf.de/ZDFmediathek/inhalt/9/0,4070,2212105-5,00.html

    (It's in a foreign language. Just hit the "Start" button on the page and it'll give you an option for Windows Media or Real Player. Keep in mind that it's some sort of news broadcast and there's a non-English broadcaster talking over all the clips. And when you do hear the clips playing, they're generally all dubbed over in a foreign language. (well, except for Mahna Mahna). But anyway, it's still pretty cool to hear the music and to use for screencaps, etc.) Enjoy!
    :)
  3. GonzoLeaper Active Member

    Forgot the link again. :concern: Sorry. :o Here it is.
    http://joleetv.com/kids.htm
    :p
  4. superfan Active Member

    I LOVE the foreign language one. Love it. It's funny though how the only clips of Ernie are the ones where he's laughing. Very cute.
  5. Whatever Active Member

    Mahna Mahna in that form was never on SS. And the foreign language is German.
  6. Barry Lee Active Member

    What do you mean in "That form", Mahna Mahna was sung in 1969 with the two anything muppet girls.
  7. Whatever Active Member

    Yeah, that's my point, he never sang on SS with the Snowths as in Gonzo Leaper's link.
  8. Barry Lee Active Member

    Oh ok :)
  9. GonzoLeaper Active Member

    Yeah, I know- I just kept finding a million links to "The Mupept Show" version of "Mahna Mahna" so I thought I'd include it. Though technically, I guess I did label this thread Sesame Street video clips and pictures. Sorry for any confusion. Believe me, if I HAD found the entire video clip with Mahna Mahna and the two girls (the Sesame Street version) it would definitely have been on here!:)

    (Although I think a clip of it is shown in that German video clip I linked to earlier.)

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