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Discussion in 'Sesame Worlds' started by SSLover, Nov 9, 2006.

  1. SSLover

    SSLover New Member

    What are the different names of all the different sesame streets around the world? How many are there? I have 10... but i know that there are more.:confused:
  2. GelflingWaldo

    GelflingWaldo New Member

    This isn't a complete list but here are 45 international versions, co-productions and translations of Sesame for markets around the world...
    • Alam Simsim (Egypt)
    • Barrio Sésamo (Spain)
    • Barrio Sésamo (theatre)
    • Boneka Sesame (Indonesia)
    • Elmers Verden (Denmark)
    • 5, Rue Sésame (France)
    • Galli Galli Sim Sim (India)
    • Hikayat Simsim (Jordan)
    • Hikayat Simsim (Palestine)
    • Iftah Ya Simsim (Kuwait)
    • La Cometa Blanca (Spain)
    • El Mundo de Elmo (Mexico)
    • 1, Rue Sésame (France)
    • Open Sesame (Australia)
    • Play with me Sesame (UK)
    • Plaza Sésamo (Mexico)
    • Rechov Sumsum (Israel)
    • Rechov Sumsum/Shara'a Simsim (Israel/Palestine)
    • Rua Sésamo (Portugal)
    • Seesamtie (Finland)
    • Sesam (Sweden)
    • Sesam Opnist Pû (Iceland)
    • Sesam Stasjon (Norway)
    • Sesam, luk dig op (Denmark)
    • Sesame English
    • Sesame Indonesia
    • Sesame Nook (Poland)
    • Sesame Park (Canada)
    • Sesame Street (Japan)
    • Sesame Street (Northern Ireland)
    • Sesame! (Philippines)
    • Sesamo Apriti (Italy)
    • Sesamstraat (Netherlands)
    • Sesamstrasse (Germany)
    • Sezamé Otevri Se (Czech Republic)
    • Sippuray Sumsum (Israel)
    • Sisimpur (Bangladesh)
    • Susam Sokağı (Turkey)
    • Svenska Sesam (Sweden)
    • Takalani Sesame (South Africa)
    • Taman Sesame (Malaysia)
    • Ulica Sezamkowa (Poland)
    • Ulitsa Sezam (Russia)
    • Vila Sésamo (Brazil)
    • Zhima Jie (China)
  3. SSLover

    SSLover New Member

    :o Wow...thank you.. i thought i was only missing a few with my 10...ha
  4. Drtooth

    Drtooth Well-Known Member

    How many of them still are around? I know Plaza Sesamo is.
  5. Fighbird

    Fighbird New Member

    "Elmers Verden" is -- or rather was, since it hasn't been on air for about 2 months -- just the Elmo's World segments, dubbed, and shown seperately.

    "Sesam, luk dig op" -- where did you get that name? If it is what I think, then it's the early(?) 1990s show, that only featured (horribly!) dubbed skits and inserts. No street segments and no original material. Sadly... :sympathy:
  6. travellingpat

    travellingpat Active Member

    Sesam, luk dig op

    hahhaah that is the best name EVER!!!
  7. Drtooth

    Drtooth Well-Known Member

    Sesam Opnist Pû

    I really want to do that, now. Run into a crowded room and yell, "SESAME OPPERTINIST POOH!!"

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