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Discussion in 'Sesame Worlds' started by Drtooth, Jul 14, 2007.
Another rare song cover - "Spinning Wheel" in German
This is awesome! Thanks for sharing!
Wow! Thank you so much for posting this. I love watching Indian TV...well anything from around the world, really. This is excellent!
I have a lot of the Traction "Action" Jackson on YouTube. Enjoy!
In English from sesame street...
I think I am missing 3/8-6/8 because I couldn't find them. Where are the rest of the mini-series?! Anyways, it is from Tenesse, and is made by Magnetic Dreams, so that is why I posted this stuff here.
Where can I find all episodes of Open Sesame Australia? I have been looking for decades, but cannot find it, here is Sevanska Sesam though.
8 episodes, 7 as 1/2-2/2, 8th, why in 3 parts though?! I just don't understand it!!!!!!!!
Here is a Shara's simsim from early on. Only thing I could find on YouTube. Enjoy!!
Now Play With Me Ollie from Nick Jr Australia:
Now some Tieta Sesamo!
Why does this say Walt Disney though? Isn't usually Sesame Workshop the one to make these related stuff?
Oh- also why is only the 3rd part available?!!!!!!! N. &feature=youtube_gdata_player
Sesame Park only for free on YouTube.
Sesamstraat from 1996 & 1997 (above/ below)
First time I've seen it in any language--the visual comedy is first-rate! It must have aired back in Season 1 of the US version, since Jim Henson did lots of popular-song "covers" (same tune and iyrics, new performers) when "Sesame Street" first aired.
By the way--tusen tack to WorldofSesame for posting those Swedish clips! It felt strange (but exciting) to see so many of my favorite bits from the 80s, dubbed into a language I love to speak and hear. What surprised me most, though, is the dub of Kermit's "African Alphabet" song: the Swedish alphabet actually has 29 letters, but Kermit still stopped short at Z. (The Israeli producers, who had to rewrite that song for a completely different alphabet, even changed the onscreen lettering to match...so why couldn't the Swedes tweak the song to add three new vowels? )
Another episode of Vila Sesamo from 1972:
Another episode of Vila Sesamo (1972):
Here's a full episode of "Eine Mohre Fur Zwei" called Mohribox2000DS.
Here are clips from various episodes Eine Mohre Fur Zwei as well.
Here's "One Fine Face" in Arabic.
The songs are really good in the Swedish dub, especially the use of an accompanying choir in "Bein' Green".
I also find it odd that some parts are kept in English but translated into Swedish, such as the film about people in Africa. But I've heard that many Swedish children are taught English as a second language, so it's probably not so strange to them.
Here's a song from Sesamstraat called "Ik Word Duiker", which translates to "I Am Diver" (which is not in a complete sentence).
I'm suprised that the octopus, the red fish, the yellow fish that was used for "Keep Our Water Pure and Clean" and "Telly's Aquarium", and the yellow-pink fish all from the American version are used in this number.
What a great song, though.
11 hours of Rua Sesamo? Count me in!
I just got my hands on the Shalom Sesame DVDs at the local library, so I decided to rip a bunch of them and start posting them on YouTube, to start...
I don't know if uploading those is such a good idea for copyright reasons. But glad to see them.
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