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Sesame Workshop launches video.sesameworkshop.org

Discussion in 'Sesame Street' started by Erine81981, Dec 6, 2007.

  1. Erine81981 Active Member

    I just stumbled upon this. It's at www.sesameworkshop.org. It's lots of older and kinda of newer videos. It's almost like going to Youtube and all. It's neat and you can chose which characters to watch too.

    Cookie Monster

    Big Bird

    Ernie and Bert

    Zoe

    Elmo

    The Count

    And Grover

    But i also there are other videos of other characters too. I've seen some of the older videos on there too. It's really neat. Here's the link to go to go and watch.

    http://video.sesameworkshop.org/
  2. Drtooth Well-Known Member

    setta..... you wuz RIGHT! This must be it!
  3. sesameinsider New Member

  4. Erine81981 Active Member

    I kept thinking this was thing she was talking about and it has to be. When i found it last night i was amazed by all the awsome classic videos and some of the 90's and 00' ones too. I'm so glad to have found this and thanks to Ssetta she's now one of the most coolest persons on this website.

    Thanks again Ssetta for letting us know about this before hand. Your one awsome women.
  5. Boober_Gorg Active Member

    It's quite amusing that you think Geoffrey Weagraff (ssetta) is a woman. :p
  6. MuppetDude Active Member

    I just checked out a few of the segments...WOW. It's filled with both old and new material, and a lot of it has not been used for quite a while. And the best part is, it came straight from the company! It instantly became one of the best Muppet websites ever.
  7. mikebennidict New Member

    Can you give the exact linkl to the videos?
  8. MuppetDude Active Member

    There aren't any links to any of the videos, but there's quiiiiiite a lot of videos available for viewing.
  9. ssetta Active Member

    OMG! I'm so glad it's finally happened! I'm happier than ever!
  10. Dantecat Active Member

    This is great!If you search other muppets,Such as Guy Smiley or anybody,Sometimes somes skits will appear.:excited:
  11. TotallySpiesFan New Member

    That makes lots of us.
  12. Erine81981 Active Member

    Sorry Geoffrey. I had no idea. I guess your usename is what through me off. Sorry again and awsome to see this website up and running. Whoooopieee!
  13. heralde Well-Known Member

    That is awesome! Good job, SW!
  14. isGrouch New Member

    Feedback

    Go to the "Click here to send us your feedback" and you can request the videos that you don't see that are your favorites.

    They can't promise they will turn them around right away, but say they will do their best to get them out there and really want to know what are the videos that we really want.
  15. SesameMike Member

    I checked out the site. In a word: amazing. And no pixellation glitches to speak of!

    In the "Beginning, Middle, and End" skit (king with three beautiful daughters, lived happily ever after), there's a line missing.

    End (included): "And they lived happily ever after. Hmph."
    Middle (included): "That wasn't a very nice ending."
    End (edited): "It was 'happily ever after', it's as nice an ending as you can have"
    Middle (edited): But the middle was just getting exciting.
    (resume skit)

    But other than that, it's great. Way to go, Sesame Workshop!
  16. Mokeystar Member

    That's wonderful! I almost forgot about the "Beginning, Middle, and End" clip from so long ago. It was also nice to see the "Fairy Godmother" clip in color! I hope they're able to post some more rare clips from yesteryear.
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  18. ISNorden Active Member

    Great site so far...if only there were a way to keep the clips!
  19. AndyWan Kenobi Active Member

    This is great news! I'm looking forward to going through the clips--maybe they'll take requests for future additions.
  20. minor muppetz Well-Known Member

    It's interesting that the Monsterpiece Theater sketches Chariots of Fur and Upstairs, Downstairs are shown with the original title cards, openings and closings, but The 39 Stairs is the version with the third title card and remade openings and closings (and in that one, Alistar didn't eat his pipe at the end, unlike in the other two).

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