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Sesame Street Unpaved Action Figures

Discussion in 'Sesame Merchandise' started by Agentflash, Jul 14, 2002.

  1. Agentflash Guest

    Here is a list of some of the Sesame Street Unpaved Action Figures I want Palisades to make them:

    Series One:

    Big Bird (w/ bag of birdseed, Radar the Teddy Bear, and Little Bird)
    Oscar the Grouch (w/ lid and Slimey the Worm)
    Sherlock Hemlock (w/ hat, magnifying glass, and flashlight)
    Ernie (w/ Rubber Duckie, pot to fit Bert's head, lunchbox, and Disguise Kit)

    Playset: Bert and Ernie's Living Room with Bert (w/ two chairs, book of Cooking with Oatmeal, television set, Bert sculpture, table with lamp, radio, Bert and Ernie frame, and newspaper)

    Exclusives:

    Big Bird with Strawhat and Tie (w/ cane)
    Orange Oscar from 1969 (w/ recolored lid and birthday cake)
    Caveman Ernie (w/ crown, stone weapons, and club)
    Caveman Bert (w/ stone weapons and club)

    Series Two:

    Cookie Monster (w/ cookie jar, plate of cookies, and frying pan)
    Super Grover (w/ helmet, cape, and emergency kit)
    Elmo (w/ roller skates, football, baseball cap, and tennis racket)
    Harvey Kneeslapper (w/ lemon pie, letter B, and number 1)

    Playset: Big Bird's Home with Snuffleupagus (w/ nest, Barkley, picture of Mr. Hooper, trampoline, mailbox, bust, and suitcase)

    Exclusives:

    Cookie the Baker (w/ hat, mixing bowl, cookie sheet, and mixing utensils)
    Waiter Grover (w/ tray, sandwich special, and towel)
    Harvey Kneeslapper in Red Sweater (w/ bucket, letter D, letter I, and hat)
    Snuffleupagus with Strawhat and Tie (w/ cane)

    Series Three:

    The Count (w/ organ and candelabra)
    Prairie Dawn (w/ brown piano and sheet music)
    The Amazing Mumford (w/ hat, magic table, magic wand, and duck)
    Forgetful Jones (w/ hat and his horse Buster)

    Playset: Charlie's Restaurant with Fat Blue (w/ table, chair, menu, giant hamburger, grapefruit between hamburger buns, and bowl of alphabet soup)

    Exclusives:

    The Count in White Tuxedo (w/ recolored organ and candelabra)
    Prairie Dawn in Red Dress (w/ black piano and sheet music)
    Invisible Mumford (w/ magic cabinet)
    Fat Blue in Blue Sweater (w/ net and bat)

    Series Four:

    Reporter Kermit (w/ hat, microphone, and tv camera)
    Telly Monster (w/ computer, telephone, and book)
    Herry Monster (w/ doll, manhole cover, two small weights, and one big dumbbell)
    Lefty the Salesman (w/ hat, board game of elephants, letter O, and number 8)

    Playset: TV Studio with Guy Smiley (w/ TV cameras, podeum, microphone, panel podeums, letter X, clock, and red car)

    Exclusives:

    Kermit in Kermit the Frog T-Shirt (with Kermit the Forg, Kermit the Grof, and Kermit the Gorf T-Shirts!)
    Policeman Herry (w/ hat, stop sign, and traffic light)
    Reporter Telly (w/ hat and microphone)
    Guy Smiley in Black Tuxedo (w/ microphone and letter E)

    Series Five:

    Grover (w/ Betty Lou, telephone booth, and danger sign)
    Grungetta (w/ Irvine, sunburn lotion, and insect lotion)
    Don Music (w/ brown piano, sheet music, and bust)
    Dr. Noble Price (w/ rain machine and notebook)

    Playset: Spaceship with Pink and Blue Martians (w/ moving levers, book, computers, and telephone)

    Exclusives:

    Grover Knover (w/ motorcycle and helmet)
    Grungetta in Messy Dress (w/ grouch dog)
    Don Music in Brown Suit (w/ black piano and sheet music)

    Series Six:

    Biff (w/ lunchbox, jackhammer, helmet, and tool chest)
    Sully (w/ lunchbox, sledgehammer, helmet, and wooden piano)
    Little Jerry (w/ microphone, guitar, and telephone booth)
    Big Jeffy (w/ hat, guitar, and microphone)

    Playset: Rock Concert with Rockin' Richard and Chrissy (w/ speakers, lights, and guitars)

    Exclusives:

    Biff in White Jacket (w/ golden helmet and microphone)
    Sully in White Jacket (w/ golden helmet and Letter J)
  2. mikealan New Member

    Palisades Toys DID make Super Grover as an exclusive tour figure and the first series is coming this fall which features Ernie, Oscar, Guy Smiley, and the Two-Headed Monster! Big Bird, of course, along with his little buddy Little Bird are about to be sold in stores between Series 1 and 2! Series 2 will feature Bert and The Count, and...The Yip-Yip Martians and Roosevelt Franklin??? Palisades plans for the assortment of two popular characters and two fan-favorite characters??? Many other popular characters like Cookie, Grover (non-super), Elmo, Telly, and a few others have gotta be made next year! I'm concerned that the Yip-Yips will not be pack-ins like Frog Scout Robin and Rizzo. Palisades is not planning to make Ernie & Bert's Bedroom and Guy Smiley's Game Show Studio. Big Bird's Nest MAY be made, but the pieces of the neighborhood are about to be made as well.
  3. minor muppetz Well-Known Member

    what's the point of palisades making Sesame Street Unpaved action figures? so far in their sesame street line, none of the characters announced were introuced after 1978.
  4. mikealan New Member

    Well, NOT Sesame Street Unpaved. REGULAR Sesame Street.
  5. BEAR Active Member

    Sesame Street Unpaved IS Sesame Street. It is the exact same show with the same characters. There is absolutely no point in making a separate line of figures. Maybe they can come up with exclusives and label them "Unpaved" as to say they are classic versions, for example an orange Oscar or maybe a character that only appeared in the first 2 seasons only. Maybe you mean that the Unpaved line would be a subcategory for the main line. They could consist of characters that we don't see anymore, like Harvey Kneeslapper, Herbert Birdsfoot, Professor Hastings, but they are still in the normal line. Does that make any sense at all? For the most part, however, it isn't necessary.

    Sorry, I am not trying to shut down your idea, just being logical.
  6. The Count Moderator

    OK, a few things...

    1 Bear, your suggestion for the "Unpaved" label for some exclusives or the obscure unseen characters might work.
    2 Unpaved applies to two different things:
    a. The book Sesame Street Unpaved, chronicling the first thirty years of Sesame Street the TV show.
    b. A total of 67 episodes from the first 20 seasons of SS when they were aired on Noggin, given the term of "Unpaved" so they'd have some sort of hook to get viewers to watch the classic SS episodes.
    Now, basically any and all episodes from those first 20 seasons could be thought of as SSU.
    3 Guys, look at the date of when this thread was started up... 2002.
    That's waaaay back when, three years ago to be exact. Back then, there were certain factors...
    a. We only knew of Palisades Toys starting up the Muppets action figures.
    b. The classic SS was being shown on Noggin under the label of "Sesame Street Unpaved".
    c. Fans were coming up with dream lineups for the Muppets figure line, and along with those pipe dreams we were thinking of what might be... "If" Palisades were to have success with the Muppets figures and got the license for SS, what would they do...
    That sort of stuff.

    It's not that the ideas put forth by AgentFlash here three years ago wouldn't work, it's just that you're seeing it as a line separate from the actual line we now know today in 2005 to be in production. Don't look at it that way, look at it as a dream lineup back when it was only a wish to have Palisades make action figures of the SS characters. And besides, most of AgentFlash's ideas could be integrated into the future for the actuall SS lineup.
    Hope this helps and have a good day.
  7. minor muppetz Well-Known Member

    I didn't realize that the dates of when the threads were started were shown. it makes sense now.

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