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The Official "I'm looking for/trying to remember a sketch" thread

Discussion in 'Classic Sesame Street' started by catabor, Feb 11, 2008.

  1. RowlfFan12

    RowlfFan12 Member

     
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  2. DePingPong

    DePingPong Active Member

    Looking for info about a street scene, I think. Could just be an insert but all I remember is Elmo marching outside Oscar's can with a stop sign, and I think he was yelling (?)

    I think it's from a 90's episode, I don't think it was from the ATC era though.
     
  3. Censored

    Censored Well-Known Member

    Hardly. I'd just speed through skits I've already seen and only watch what I wanted.
     
  4. Luke kun

    Luke kun Well-Known Member

    It's Ken Brown and Lisa Crafts.
     
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  5. Luke kun

    Luke kun Well-Known Member

    NO IT IS NOT. I do NOT have an unnatural, unhealthy, ungodly obsession with this skit. It is a cartoon I simply wanted to know the animator of, and now I know: it's Ken Brown and Lisa Crafts. Please do not compare me to declano. STOP.
     
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  6. gavry3

    gavry3 Well-Known Member

    Looking for the song from Season 1 that goes ''Boys and girls- have you met- the 26 letters called the alphabet- A B C...'' and so on. It appeared on the Joan Ganz Cooney tribute.
     
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  7. gavry3

    gavry3 Well-Known Member

    Does anyone have ''Ernie and the Candy Salesman''? My friend is looking for it.
     
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  8. sesamemuppetfan

    sesamemuppetfan Well-Known Member

    This might sound a little far fetched but there was an Anything Muppet skit from possibly the mid/late 70's or early 80's that took place in the same classroom that went from being used for the "Roosevelt Franklin Elementary School" sketches and then used again for "That's What Reading's All About" (or "Sound it Out"...whichever it's called) and "My Rock". In it, a group of AM kids enter the classroom, and are amazed by their surroundings (from the blackboard, supplies, desks, the alphabet above, etc.) They then try to figure out what it is, obviously leading to different opinions (but not a big argument). Ultimately they decide to get to work, and resume their guessing later. So, they open up the top of their desks and once again start marveling over everything they see inside. But then they notice each desk has 2 letters on the tops ("SC" on the first, "HO" on the second, and "OL" on the third), and of course realize that they're in a SCHOOL...end of skit!

    I used to have it as part of #3277, but my youngest sister accidentally taped over it back in late September 2007, so of course my evidence of this skit is gone...and unfortunately that was before I started getting into the tape trading game. But I can assure that I'm NOT making this up. Hopefully one day, SW will pull it out of the vault. Though, if anyone reading knows what I'm talking about, please let me know!
     
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  9. LittleJerry92

    LittleJerry92 Well-Known Member

    Bumping this up because this is a skit I've been trying to look for a very long time.

    There was a film that had Bob Marley's "Three Little Birds" playing in the background. I'm pretty sure the film was about a boy telling about his life in Jamaica and the school he goes to, but I'm not entirely sure.

    Does anybody recall this skit, or is it online anywhere by any chance?
     


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