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Discussion in 'Sesame Worlds' started by mikebennidict, Mar 28, 2006.
Short Circus- It's Hard.
turns me on
The Electric Comany turns me on. NO! NOT IN THAT WAY! SHEESH! anyway I liked the African American vampire character that they used and this was long before that little known chapter "Blackula" was added to the Count Dracula story.
The IF song.
Here's an animated version of the song.
Another EC sign Film
Hey all -
Don't know if this was posted yet but there's a second volume of TEC episodes on Itunes. I don't know how long - or when they were released...just downloaded them.
Unfortunately there's one repeat episode that was on the last batch released on Itunes -- Episode 8B which is marked on the new batch as Episode 658.
So far nice episodes with the "Billy Lick a Lolly" on one of the episodes, as well as Pedro's Plants, Blue Beetle, The Short Circus singing "Poison"....etc.
Not as good as past compilations...but interesting nonetheless. Starting to see lots of repeated songs/sketches. Unfortunately, no Spiderman or Roadrunner (except on the aforementioned episode 8B). No 5-6 Season episodes except for 8B. There is a cool sketch with Irene Cara applying for a job at Vi's Diner -- with a little song featuring her on lead vocal. Cool.
Recommended for TEC fanatics. Just wish I could download it onto a DVD-R so I can play it on my TV.
Me too! There is something that will allow you to watch iTunes video on a regular TV set, but it seems to be a lot of hassle to go through just to watch a few episodes.
BillyKal, do you happen to remember if they showed "Sweet Sue at the sweet shop" in the iTunes episodes? That's one I'd like to see again.
here's a coupl more.
2 letters in the middle
2 un skits with Joe Raposo
HEEEEEYYY YOOOOOOU GUYSSSSSS!
sorry, had to say it.
That's fine but also add what you thought about those particualer segments.
Anyway Here's another.
Ec Early Piot Episode.
Here it is, to the best of my knowledge:
Rinky dink dink
Three men in a sink
The Butcher, The Baker, and Freddie the Fink
Fred gave a tug
And pulled out the plug
And I think that the sink will soon sink.
MF: "Freddie, you're a real fink!"
SH: "I know, I know".
Lee Chamberlin as the baker kept her mouth shut, but held her nose as the sink sank.
I did see this piece on youtube though it has since goten pulled.
Any chance someone would have the clip from the animated "Or" segment? Is was a little song where a cowboy was standing before a jury for putting "or" everywhere around town. The song goes on to explain (in very School House Rock fashion) about how "or" is used. Then in the end the cowboy promises to give up using "or", then menacingly peers out from beneath his hat and barks "OR WILL I?" Scared the **** outta me. So naturally, being fond of psychological childhood scarring, I wanna see it again. Any help?
I don't have it, but I do remember the clip. I understand why it could scare you! There was this eerie drum music in the background throughout the cartoon, which got louder with the "or will I?" line. I'd like to see it again as well!
One Piece of Cake-Though a Rather Big Piece.
Some Carmen D' Avino Works.
In this piece his daughter's doing the annoucing.
The picture of the lion statue might be of been taken in front of the main branch of the NYC Library since they do have a lion statue in front of the main building.
I remember that one! The original version of "Punctuation" was shown on the Noggin episodes, but the version you described is the one I remember from watching the show back in the late 70s. I'd enjoy seeing it again, too. I haven't heard anything definite yet about a E.C. volume 3, though.
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