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Discussion in 'Sesame Merchandise' started by GelflingWaldo, Apr 30, 2007.
YEP! More season8 Classic Cuts: FUR, Frazzle, I want a monster to be friend.
Here it is I Want a Monster to Be My Friend at http://youtube.com/watch?v=BFEvItNyUaM. It is sung by Betty Lou. Her voice is sung by Marilyn Sokol. In 1984 this song was banned from Sesame Street, after a mother complained that some of the lyrics could encourage children to let adults abuse them.
If I make friends with a friendly monster,
I'll let him bounce me on his knee.
I'll let him do whatever he wants ta,
Especially if he's bigger than me.
i can understand why some people would think that and hope this helps.
AWESOME! Is there any official info of what's gonna be on there?
Nothing has come out yet on what clips are going to be on this new edtion! Hopefully we should know soon.
Hopefully "Mary Had a Bicycle" and "I Want a Monster to Be My Friend" will most likely be added soon.
We didn't know of any clips that were going to be on the first set until august or september last year. It would be great if we know sooner.
I couldn't have put it better myself!
Sorry if I'm beating a dead horse, but I'm bored, tired of waiting for the set, and want to make another wishlist. Segments that I want on the next set (and I'm listing segments from the first ten years):
Jazz #8/Ernie's Sandbox Game
The People in Your Neighborhod (original version)
Alphabet in the street
the original Near and Far
Lefty attempts to sell Ernie an empty box
Roosevelt Franklin's Alphabet
One Song (Song of One)
Speech Balloon: I-ice cream
Professor Hastings talks about excercise
Pick Your Pet
Alice Braitwait Goodyshoes talks about near and far
The Banana Sketch (all three parts)
Grover and Herbert Birdsfoot count three blocks
Somebody Come and Play
Sherlock Hemlock and the Twiddlebug mystery
Grover attempts to surprise Ernie
Little Bird's imagination game
Number Three Ball Powder
Cookie Monster turns into a prince
Grover and Oscar's alphabet
Bill Cosby twins count to 20
Harvey Kneeslapper's B joke
Kermit and Bob talk about frogs
The Amazing Mumford's cookie trick
Kermit, Grover, and the forrest fire
What's my Letter?
The National Association of W Lovers
Wally and Ralph make a peanut butter sandwhich
Mad Painter #7
Cookie Monster wants something that rhymes with "buy"
Grover the elevador operador: In and Out
Sesame Street News: Cinderela at the ball
The Count and Cookie Monster eat and count 7 cookies
The Nobel Ostrich
Herry and John-John count to 20
Beat the Time: Grover
Kermit, Shola, and Fanny demonstrate "next to"
Sherlock Hemlock helps Ernie find Bert
Grover the waiter: Hamburger
The Golden An
Sesame Street News: waiting for the Woodsman to save Little Red Riding Hood
Harvey Kneeslapper; Ya Want One?
Ernie and Bert's drum
Put on Your Klutiklutt
Count it Higher
Snow White counts dwarfs
Five Monsters in my Family
Twiddlebugs hang a picture
There's a Hole in the Bucket
Ernie and Cookie Monster: which is which?
Hard Head Henry Harris hurts Suzetta's feelings
Some of Us Are Here
Sesame Street News: Alice in Wonderland
The Royal Smart Person invents paper
The Geefle and the Gonk
The Typewriter: Z-zoo
Grover attempts to sell Kermit earmuffs
Sing with Lily Tomlin
Don Music writes "Yellowstone Park"
The Cookie Bunny
cavemen Grover and Biff invent the wheel
Kermit draws a 2
The Count and Ingrid count to 20
Super Grover: Haircut
Judy Collins and Snuffy sing the alphabet
Let's Make a Face
Proud of Me
Pinball Number Count #4
Me and Julio Down by the Schoolyard
Sing After Me
With Every Beat of my Heart
Grover demonstrates "near" and "far" on ice skates
One and One Make Two
J Family Jambouree
Billy Jo Jive
Two-Headed Monster: Feet
The Leslie Mostly Show: Cookie Monster
The Ten Commandments of Health
The Count counts honks
So has any more news been released about whether or not this set is going to be 1969-1975, or 1975-1980 or what?
I so hope that they include "Mary Had A Bicycle" as a bonus clip. Here are the episodes that I think they will use:
-#666 Season Premire- The Count Counts Lights
-#796 Season Premire- Nobody Sees Snuffy
-#926 Season Premire- Grover's Surprise
-#1056 Season Premire- Bert's Marching Band
-#1186 Season Premire- The Count Count's Hellos and Goodbyes
Whoa-ho-ho, a Satanic episode? Scary! Lol!
Old School Update: "Volume 2" in November
This is a Muppet Newsflash: "Volume 2" will focus on the next 5 seasons (1975-1979) and is currently scheduled for release on November 6, 2007. More details: http://muppetnewsflash.blogspot.com/2007/06/old-school-update-volume-2-in-november.html
I KNEW IT! I knew volume two would focus on those years/seasons!
But November? NOVEMBER? What happened to "sometime between September and October">?
*bounces!* I don't care when it is, as long as it's coming out! How spectacular! Thanks for the news, as always, GelflingWaldo!
Oh well, knowing my town, it probably won't be out until next April or so.
Since Volume 2 will include Sesame material from 1975 to 1979 I bet you that it will include the songs "Frazzle" and "The Telephone Rock"!
Yeah, and if that's the case, I can remove "Telephone Rock" from my favorites list at YouTube and flag it for copyright infringement.
It's already comercially available on the Rock & Roll! DVD. Of course, I don't know whether that is still in print or not (it's been two years since I last saw a copy of the DVD in stores), and Rock & Roll! does edit the beginning and end of the song (I haven't watched this clip on You Tube, but I suppose the version on You Tube is the uncut version).
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