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Discussion in 'Classic Sesame Street' started by Fozzie Bear, Jun 4, 2006.
Maybe they also paint a coat of polyurathane ontop?
Where was Elmo in Grouchland filmed?
Wilmington, North Carolina
If you say so.
See this post:
Sesame Street was based on the NYC neighborhood Brooklyn Heights. Follow the links and you will see...
Muppets from Space was also filmed in NC.
Doesn't say anything about SS being based on Brooklyn Heights plus many NYC neighborhoods look like this.
Sure it does...
Clipped from Muppet Wiki:
The brownstone architecture of Sesame Street, a fictional neighborhood in New York City, as well as the concept of neighbors from different backgrounds living in the same area and sharing their life experiences, is based on a neighborhood in Brooklyn called Brooklyn Heights, where the creators of Sesame Street lived when the show began.
Here's the link where I found the info
Okay here is my trick quesions.
1 what ever happened to around the cornor of the buildings,
Like Furry Arms Hotel, Ruthie's shop and the belarina place up stairs of the
Now lets see if anyone can answer this one. I know the answer because I watched it from day one.
What was the Fix It shop Before Maria and Luis came on to the show????
Lets see who get's stumped. And The Clue is in "Sesame Street Unpaved."
You got me.
Didn't Ruth Buzzy run the Fix-It Shop before Maria & Luis?
Don't know about the questions posted above... But Ruth Buzzi didn't run the Fix-It-Shop before María and Luis. Ruthie, her character, ran the Finders Keepers store part of the Around the Corner sets.
I guess I wasn't paying attention then.
I would like to thank Fozzie for starting this thread, because apparently, it got me back to actually posting in on-topic boards again.
Separate names with a comma.