It's finally here! Fans can now download Classic Sesame Street episodes. This first volume includes episodes from Seasons 1, 10 and 20. The Sesame Street Flashback is a FREE download for everyone. Ten of the episodes are available here for the first time. Only two of the episodes have been previously released (Episode 1 and 1186). Help support the cause to ensure that future episodes are released. Sesame Street Classics, Vol. 1 View and Order on iTunes The First Sesame Street. Season 1, Episode 1 Released Nov 10, 1969 In this vintage premier, Gordon welcomes us to Sesame Street and introduces the neighbors—human and Muppet; an early-version Cookie Monster disrupts Kermit the Frog’s lecture on the letter "W"; Carol Burnett makes the first celebrity appearance; plus: the debut of the song/game "One of These Things (Is Not Like the Other)." An Orange Grouch and a Green Grover. Season 1, Episode 56 Released Jan 26, 1970 An orange-colored Oscar demands a baked-bean sundae; Kermit the Frog explains the word "in"; Gospel diva Mahalia Jackson sings "He’s Got the Whole World in His Hands"; Animations of "Solomon Grundy" and "Wanda the Witch" make their debut. Kermit Croons "Being Green." Season 1, Episode 115 Released Apr 17, 1970 Kermit sings the original "Being Green"; Ernie and Bert perform the classic "Banana Telephone" skit; Muppet Roosevelt Franklin sings "I’m Roosevelt Franklin"; Bob sings and early version of "Who Are the People in Your Neighborhood?" Plus: Cookie Monster eats Ernie’s cookie, and Oscar calls "Dial-a-Grouch." Here Comes Cookie Monster. Season 1, Episode 123 Released Apr 29, 1970 A feast of vintage Cookie in this episode! A prank on Bert backfires on Cookie and Ernie; Cookie’s call to his mommy ends when he eats the telephone; plus: a classic version of "One of These Things," and a dynamic animated ABC song. Naming Barkley. Season 10, Episode 1186 Released Nov 27, 1978 Sesame Street names its new Muppet dog "Barkley"; Comedian/pianist Victor Borge demonstrates high notes and low notes; actress Madeline Kahn sing, "Me, Me, Me"; Harry Monster learns "up" and "down" with John-John; Ernie is fooled by a newspaper boy. Telly Monster Moves In. Season 10, Episode 1257 Released Mar 06, 1979 A TV-addicted Telly Monster moves to Sesame Street; Cookie eats his way through an avalanche as train conductor "Casey McFee"; The Count sings "The Song of the Count"; Kermit reports on Sleeping Beauty for "Sesame Street News"; plus: a Muppet classic- the Harvey Kneeslapper skit. Grover the Waiter At Your Service. Season 10, Episode 1285 Released Apr 12, 1979 In this favorite, Grover serves up burgers of all sizes; Bert and Ernie ransack their own apartment; Ernie tricks Bert out of a bigger piece of pie; Biff helps Salvador DaDa create a museum; plus: the Twiddlebugs, pinball animation, and a live-action feature about recycling paper. Disco Snuffy and Big Bird. Season 10, Episode 1261 Released Mar 12, 1979 Big Bird and Snuffy hit the dance floor and groove to a disco version of “Rubber Ducky”; Guy Smiley and Cookie Monster appear in the classic “Beat the Time” skit; Grover sings about the letter “I”; Bob and Big Bird encounter a dragon in New York’s Chinatown; Ernie’s opera singing wakes the neighbors; plus: Harry Monster visits the eye doctor and an animated version of “We All Live in a Capital I.” Bobby McFerrin Sings the Alphabet. Season 20, Episode 2496 Released Dec 05, 1988 Grammy Award winner Bobby McFerrin sings ABCs with Hoots the Owl; the Two-Headed Monster learns to blow bubbles; Maria and Luis try to reminisce about their wedding; Betty Lou sings the “Amigo” song; “Sesame Street News” correspondent Kermit the Frog reports on London Fog; classic Ernie and Bert leaky faucet skit; Cookie Monster sings about subtraction; Placido Flamingo performs a “Lost Toy Opera” with Big Bird. Early Elmo. Season 20, Episode 2506 Released Dec 19, 1988 An early Elmo meets Bob’s deaf friend and learns to say "hello" in sign language; a classic skit of Phil Harmonic and Placido Flamingo live from the Nestropolitan Opera; a vintage animation of Gerald’s dog, Sparky, re-imagined as an alligator; The Honkers play "Mary Had a Little Lamb" on their noses. Lena Horne Sings With Grover. Season 20, Episode 2517 Released Jan 03, 1989 Legendary chanteuse Lena Horne and Grover perform a duet about not being shy; “Monsterpiece Theater” presents “Alibaba and the 40 Thieves”; the classic “Plants Need Water” and “The Invention of the Raisin” animations; Placido Flamingo stages a Sesame Street Opera; Kermit the Frog reports on the Three Little Pigs live for “Sesame Street News”; Soap opera spoofs of “All My Children” and “Another School.” Guy Smiley On Safari. Season 20, Episode 2598 Released Apr 26, 1989 Loud talker Guy Smiley goes on safari and scares off the animals; a classic skit starring Ernie as “Old King Cole”; The Two-Headed Monster sings a lullaby to itself; Snuffy writes a love letter to his grandmother; Mumford’s magic trick accidentally shrinks David; Ernie hosts an arboreal fashion show. Behind the Street: Vol. 1 Released Jul 10, 2011 Available digitally for the first time, this compendium of "lost footage" offers an exclusive look at Sesame Street in the making, from interviews with the show’s talented creators and cast members to rare footage of Jim Henson, Kevin Clash, and other Muppeteers at work. Plus, pop-up facts deliver little-known tidbits of Sesame Street trivia. Don't miss out on your own private backstage pass to the Street! Available FREE with purchase of the entire season of "Sesame Street Classics: Volume 1." Sesame Street Flashback Released Jul 10, 2011 Travel back through time with this bonus highlight reel and enjoy over 40 years of the best-loved and most-remembered skits, songs, and shorts. FREE to everyone.