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Trading Sesame Street Episodes

Discussion in 'Sesame Merchandise' started by MuppetDude, Mar 14, 2003.

  1. MuppetDude

    MuppetDude Active Member

    No. And I'm still interested in the Colombia Tri-Star TMM version, zns (the one with the screen test).
  2. ZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZ

    ZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZ New Member

    MuppetDude,

    I am desperatly seeking the 1st SS episode (& the Hooper's death episode if you have it). Despite that, I have nothing to trade! Let me know about this.

    Justin
  3. splitenz

    splitenz New Member

    Looking for Old SS eps for my daughter

    I hope I am not out of line posting this request...forgive me if I am.

    My little girl is 3 years old and LOVES Sesame. (Her favorites are Bert and Ernie, which makes me proud.) We got her the Christmas Eve on Sesame Street for Christmas this year, and she loved it more. She enjoyed David and Mr. Hooper and "young Bob" more than anything, and wanted to know where they went. I can't blame her, as I too loved them back when I was a kid (esp. David, who was so cool).

    I grew up in the 70s, so my memories are of the really old, really wonderful Sesame. I want to share this with my daughter, because I think Sesame was a funnier, smarter, grittier, better show back then.

    The problem - BIG SURPRISE - is that I have nothing to show her. Worse, I have nothing to trade (unless you want bootlegs of obscure 80s bands - ha). I am asking, as a Mommy, if someone would help me out. I really think my girl would be so much happier with the 1969-early 80s Sesame, you know?

    If anyone would be willing to share, I would love to hear from you. I can send tapes/DVDs, money for postage, or whatever you think is fair. And, if you really like concert CDs, I may have something you would want in trade.

    Thanks in advance for reading, and for considering sharing your SS vids.

    kristi at frenzmail dot net :p :(
  4. MuppetDude

    MuppetDude Active Member

    Here is my revised list:

    Sesame Street Unpaved (66 episodes)
    1 : Welcome to Sesame Street (full-length; from NET)
    8 : Letter “B” Treasure Hunt
    43 : Loulou’s Back In Town
    54 : Oscar Bakes a Cake
    83 : Big Bird Moves Seed
    131 : Granny Grouch (Second Season Premiere)
    158 : Oscar’s “Wet Paint” Sign
    162 : Oscar’s Stop Signs
    198 : Big Bird Opens Hooper’s Store
    276 : New Friends (Third Season Premiere)
    355 : Rainstorm
    406 : Sam the Robot Visits (Fourth Season Premiere)
    514 : Stevie Wonder Visits Sesame Street
    536 : Another Quiet Day (Fifth Season Premiere)
    666 : The Count Counts Lights (Sixth Season Premiere)
    796 : Headline Howie Gets the Scoop on Snuffy (Seventh Season Premiere)
    871 : Mr. Hooper Goes Back to School
    926 : Surprise! (Eighth Season Premiere)
    1037 : Big Bird and Baby Cody
    1041 : Cripple Creek/Oscar’s Grouch Club
    1056 : Bert’s Marching Band (Ninth Season Premiere)
    1090 : Sesame Street Goes to Hawaii: Day 1
    1091 : Sesame Street Goes to Hawaii: Day 2
    1092 : Sesame Street Goes to Hawaii: Day 3
    1093 : Sesame Street Goes to Hawaii: Day 4
    1094 : Sesame Street Goes to Hawaii: Day 5
    1095 : Sesame Street Goes to Hawaii: Day 6
    1186 : The Count’s “Hello” Game/Barkley or Woof-Woof?
    1316 : Sesame Street Goes to Puerto Rico (Tenth Season Premiere)
    1364 : “Star Wars” Droids Visit Sesame Street (full-length)
    1396 : “Star Wars” Droids Re-Visit Sesame Street (full-length)
    1446 : Big Bird Goes to School (Eleventh Season Premiere)
    1563 : Maria Wants a Raise
    1575 : The Heatwave/Mr. Rogers Visits
    1576 : Big Bird: The Endangered Species (Twelfth Season Premiere)
    1706 : Big Bird Goes to Camp (Thirteenth Season Premiere)
    1707 : Camp Echo Rock: Day 2
    1708 : Camp Echo Rock: Day 3
    1709 : Camp Echo Rock: Day 4
    1710 : Camp Echo Rock: Day 5
    1736 : Practice Makes Perfect (Music Lessons)
    1740 : The Water Shortage (last street scene and credits have no logo)
    1800 : Snuffy’s Toaster / Cousin Abigail Snuffleupagus
    1836 : The NYC Marathon (Fourteenth Season Premiere)
    1839 : Goodbye, Mr. Hooper
    1933 : Sesame Street’s New Computer
    2040 : Big Bird and Snuffy Goes to the Movies
    2059 : Bob Learns to Breakdance/ Maria’s Life Story
    2073 : Remembering Mr. Hooper (low sound; tracking issues across a few clips; bumping sound throughout)
    2096 : Snuffy Is Seen (Sixteenth Season Premiere)
    2122 : Adoption of Miles: Part 1
    2123 : Adoption of Miles: Part 2
    2124 : Adoption of Miles: Part 3
    2125 : Adoption of Miles: Part 4
    2208 : Uncle Wally Comes to Visit
    2226 : Happy Birthday, Miles (Seventeenth Season Premiere) (full-length)
    2257 : Luis Gets Glasses (Noggin and PBS versions available)
    2269 : Oscar Moves to Candy-Cane Lane
    2356 : A Trip to the Bronx Zoo (Eighteenth Season Premiere)
    2358 : David Hires Gina (to work at Hooper’s Store)
    2404 : Maria and Luis Fall in Love
    2485 : Maria and Luis’s Wedding
    2486 : Maria and Luis’s Honeymoon (Twentieth Season Premiere; both PBS and Noggin versions available)
    2558 : Maria’s Baby’s Heartbeat
    2574 : Maria’s Mother Visits
    2615 : Welcome, Gabriela

    123 Sesame Street Episodes (All are Noggin episodes unless otherwise noted):
    3136: Around the Corner
    3149: Joey and Dave Monkey’s Story
    3160: Elmo Pretends to Be a Baby (has some digital glitches)
    3161: Wolfgang Chases Wanda
    3163: Kingston’s Day
    3175: Floyd Fluter-Tooter's New Home (PBS version, but missing ep. #, most of first street scene, and end copyright credits)
    3176: Elmo Stands on His Head
    3178: Tarah's Big Race (PBS version, but missing first few seconds and end copyrights)
    3180: Oh, Look What Natasha Can Do!
    3181: Slimey's Big Dive (PBS version, missing copyright credits)
    3182: Telly and Kingston's Original Acts (PBS version w/ ep. # and copyright credits missing )
    3183: Telly and the Giant "11" (PBS version w/ ep. # and copyright credits missing)
    3184: Mr. Big Visits SS (PBS Version. Ep. # missing, and about 7 minutes at the beginning and copyright credits are missing)
    3185: Oscar's Dissapear-O Spray (PBS copy, w/ episode #, copyright credits, and a few minutes missing)
    3186: BB and Elmo's Word Tag (PBS copy, but ep. #, first 7-8 min. missing and ends early [while Gina mentions SS a production of CTW])
    3187: Park Rangers for a Day (PBS copy w/ end copyrights missing)
    3188: Merry Scares People (PBS copy, with missing ep. #, first 7-8 min. missing and end copyrights; there's also an edit between two clips: "Rockin' Robin Aerobics" and "Harvey Kneeslapper's Mirror Trick")
    3193: Jack Be Nimble Tries Something New/Snuffy at the Park (both Noggin and PBS versions)
    3194: Ruthie Babysits (PBS copy; missing cold opening)
    3195: The Story of Cindertelly
    3197: Telly Breaks Luis’s Vase
    3862: The SS Reading Club
    3864: Telly Counts to Ten
    3865: Baby Bear, Telly, and Elmo's Story
    3866: Oscar's Birthday
    3876: Luis Fixes Zoe's Zoemobile
    3884: Big Bird Loses Radar
    3889: The Ping-Pong Table (Telly Plays Ping-Pong)
    3892: Zoe's "Rotten Egg" Game
    3893: Grandmama Bear Visits Baby Bear
    3894: The SS "X" Games
    3896: Stinky and the Cocoon
    3912: Elmo in Numberland (Remake)

    Non-Full (or Self-Edited) PBS episodes (shorter episodes have most, if not all, of the street scenes, but cut out much of the insert segments):
    2342 : “Variety” episode (no specific plot) (last 15 min missing)
    3981 : Fire at Hooper’s Store (33rd Season Premiere)
    3982 : Cookie Monster Searches for Cookies (18 min)
    3985 : Baby Bear Gets a Pet (17 min)
    3986 : Big Bird and the “Paraguay!” Bird (16.4 min)
    3989 : Prairie’s Play: “Little Red Riding Hood and the Oat Bran Cookies” (20 min)
    3994 : Zoe Learns to Play a Trombone (24.5 min)
    3995 : Telly Takes Care of The Grand High Triangle Lover’s Triangle (19 min)
    3998 : Baby Bear Skips Breakfast (20.5)
    4000 : The Mark of Elefante (18)
    4007: Grover's Popcorn Popper (Opening gone, as well as EW and ending, but I can edit the opening and ending back into the show)
    4008 : Lulu and the Letter Carrier (15)
    4009 : Telly and Clark (Telly’s Toy Horse) (18)
    4011 : Baby Bear Breaks Zoe’s Zoemobile (22)
    4016 : A Chicken Mistakes Rocco for an Egg (16)
    4017 : Baby Bear Becomes a Dog for Telly (20.4)
    4025 : Aladdin Visits Sesame Street (19)
    4026 : Big Bird’s Pet Turtle (16.5)
    2881 : Sesame Street Goes to Montana: Packing (44.5)
    2883 : Sesame Street Goes to Montana: Day 2 (38)
    4030 : Telly and Oscar’s Road Trip (??)
    3981 : Elmo and the Hooper’s Store Fire (??)
    3729 : The Monster Moon Watch (29.5)
    3641 : Many Monsters! (No plot; an episode filled with monsters) (28)
    3646 : Abelardo Montoya Comes to Sesame Street (15.5)
    3997 : Oscar and the Theme Park (19.5)
    3671 : The Worm World Music Festival (20)
    3609 : Oscar and Grundgetta’s Wedding Day (23.5; tracking problem)
    3611 : Leo Birdelli wants Big Bird’s Mr. Hooper picture (15.5)
    4029 : Telly’s Cousin Izzy Visits (13.2)
    4018 : Zoe Learns Spanish(17.5)
    3696 : Slimey is chosen to go to space(15.2)
    3697 : Slimey is accepted to go to space (20.5)
    3698 : Slimey goes to the moon (20)
    3707 : Monster Day (15.5)
    3713 : The WASA Spaceship is in trouble (18.5)
    3740 : Slimey lands on the moon (22.5)
    3785 : Slimey comes back home (25.5)
    3786 : 30th Season Premiere: Alan’s First Day at Hooper’s Store (31)


    Full (or almost full) PBS episodes:
    179 : “Variety” Episode (No plot; Black and White 16 mm film transfer)
    573 : Oscar Pretends to Be Sick/David’s Lost Ring (has original Teletape countdown at beginning)
    16??: Olivia's Grandmother's Vegetable Stand
    2159: Miss Blechman Visits Oscar
    21??: The Heartstrongs/Ask Oscar
    2173: Captain Swashbuckle
    2256: How to Be a Birdkateer/Elmo's New Doll
    2277: Telly Vision (Flo Bear Comes to SS)
    2282: Dr. Nobel Price’s Wake-Up Machine
    2283: The Count and Telly Play Hide-and-Seek
    2291: The Count’s Love Poem
    2292: (episode # chopped off)
    2312: (episode # chopped off)
    2313: (episode # chopped off)
    2341: Mumford’s Big/Small Trick
    2367: Jiffy Dines at Hooper's/Barkley the Cow
    2407: The Count's Paintings/Mumford's Rabbit Trick
    2477: Telly Practices "Hello's"
    2487: Maria and Luis's Honeymoon Trip
    2749: Dan Learns to Read (last street scene missing)
    2754: Placido Flamingo’s Animal Opera (Ep. # missing)
    2755: The City Helper’s Surprise Prize (copyright credits missing)
    2820: Preston Rabbit and Miles's Grandparents (ep. # missing)
    2834: Forrest Wimbeldon Plays Birdland
    2882: Sesame Street Goes to Montana: Day 1
    2895: Oscar's Brother Visits
    2980: Four Lambs/Toothpaste Fairy (ep. # and last 4 min. missing)
    3009: Elmo Says "NO"!
    3021: The Count Gets the Counting Flu
    3038: Chicago's Sadness/"Pineapple Dentist"
    3045: Maria's Aviator Friend Visits (theme missing)
    3047: Telly Tracks Down Polly Darton
    3119: Prunella the Grouch Visits
    3123: The Adventures of Superworm
    3215: Betty Lou Goes to Day Care (edited pledge show)
    3717: The Kingston Crew (missing part of first scene and theme song)
    3718: Telly's "Everything" Sandwich (episode # missing, and at least one film missing)
    3719: Oscar Misses Slimey (Ep. # gone, and some of the clips in the middle of the show is gone)
    3721: BB Learns to Dance Ballet (ep. # gone, end copyrights gone?)
    3722: Snuffy Learns to Tap Dance (ep. # gone)
    3723: Renata Scottie Comes to SS (ep. # missing)
    3727 (very end missing; cuts off during “Coming Soon to Sesame Street”
    closing)
    3732: Gabi's Sick Birthday (Re-Air) (First few seconds and end missing, but last street scene is still intact; it ends where it mentions Slimey's ship still headed to the moon)
    3733: Follow the Leader in the Park (First few seconds and end missing, but last street scene is still intact; it ends where it mentions Slimey's ship still headed to the moon)
    3736: Telly Stands Still (ep. # gone)
    3738: Flo White Wants a Story (ep. # gone)
    4019 : Ernie Delivers a Chicken to Old McDonald
    4020 : Elmo and Zoe Play Follow the Leader (no credits, but I can edit
    them in)
    4021: Gulliver the Seagull Visits Big Bird
    4022: Elmo and Gina’s Play Date
    4023: Baby Bear Plays T-Ball

    All of Season 34 (but 4036 has "Descriptive Video Service" on it for the blind; most of that show will soon be replaced)
    4031. Karaoke Night At Hooper’s Store.
    4032. Elmo Loves Gina.
    4033. Cookie Hood.
    4034. Bert’s Birthday.
    4035. Leonard Wolf Chases After His Brother.
    4036. Gordon Studies Chess.
    4037. Super Grover’s Cape.
    4038. Big Bird Can’t Come Up With An Ending For His Book.
    4039. Kazunkians.
    4040. Zoe Wants Telly And Baby Bear To Play Tea Party.
    4041. Oscar Moves To Different Locations.
    4042. Baby Bear And Telly Want To Both Watch Dorothy.
    4043. Elmo And Zoe Search For Rocco.
    4044. Elmo And Zoe Want To Fly Kites.
    4045. Cookie Monster Has The Cookie Flu.
    4046. Rosita And Elmo Make A Playdate.
    4047. Telly Is Afraid To Play With Baby Bear.
    4048. Rosita Befriends A Frog Wearing A Crown.
    4049. Stinky And Zoe Writes A Story.
    4050. Zoe's Tutu Is Stuck In A Tree.
    4051. Telly Cares For A Duck.
    4052. Zoe Forgets To Watch Mr. McKilt's Bagpipes.
    4053. Big Bird Waits For Snuffy At A Tree.
    4054. Baby Bear Worries About His Future Sibling.
    4055. Curly Bear Is Born.
    4056. Curly Bear Comes Home.

    All of Season 35:
    4057. The Street We Live On.
    4058. The Best pet In The World.
    4059. Curly Bear Doesn’t Like Porridge.
    4060. Alan’s Vacation Replacement.
    4061. Cinderella’s Back.
    4062. The Furry Red Monster Parade.
    4063. Elmo’s Chicken Dream.
    4064. Rocco’s Dance.
    4065. Goldilocks Barges In And Eats Porridge.
    4066. Goldilocks And The Four Bears.
    4067. Gordon’s Father Visits.
    4068. Telly Falls Off His Pogo Stick.
    4069. Snuffy’s Magic Ukulele Part 1.
    4070. Snuffy’s Magic Ukulele Part 2.
    4071. Grover’s Superhero School.
    4072. Gabi Gets Sidetracked.
    4073. Curly Bear Won’t Share.
    4074. Letter Of The Month Club.
    4075. Cookie Monster Writes A Story.
    4076. Curly Bear’s Big Growl.
    4077. Elmo Is Unfair To Rocco.
    4078. Curly Bear Won’t Take Her Nap.
    4079. Mile’s Band Needs A Place To Practice.
    4080. Elmo Wishes He Were A Feathery Bird.
    4081. Rosita Wishes She Didn’t Have An Accent.
    4082. Big Bad Wolf Huffs And Puffs When He Loses.

    All of Season 36

    Plaza Sesamo (year 2000; 8-hour tapes)
    Tape 1 (21 eps)
    Tape 2 (21 eps)
    Tape 3 (20 eps)
    Tape 4 (year 2005; taping in progress)


    The Muppet Show (all are full with UK skits)

    Season 1 (full edits with original theme/closing):
    Joel Gray
    Ruth Buzzi
    Jim Nabors
    Peter Ustinov
    Bruce Forsythe
    Valerie Harper
    Ethel Merman

    Season 2:
    Zero Mostel
    Cloris Leachman (with German subtitles)

    Season 3:
    Leo Sayer
    Loretta Lynn (with German subtitles)
    Helen Reddy
    Elke Sommer
    Roger Miller

    Season 4:
    Linda Lavin
    Phyllis George
    Christopher Reeve
    Andy Williams

    Muppets Tonight! (UK edits; all 22 shows)
    Michelle Pfeiffer
    Martin Short
    Paula Abdul
    Billy Crystal
    Garth Brooks
    John Goodman
    Cindy Crawford
    Sandra Bullock
    Tony Bennett
    Whoopi Goldberg
    Heather Locklear
    Jason Alexander
    Pierce Brosnan
    Cameo Show
    Don Rickles & Coolio
    Dennis Quaid
    Andie MacDowell
    ”The Gary Cahuenga Episode”
    The Artist Formerly Known As Prince
    Rick Moranis
    "Johnny Fiama Leaves Home"
    Best of Muppets Tonight

    TV Specials
    A Walking Tour of SS (with James Earl Jones)
    Tales of the Tinkerdee
    The Muppets Go to Walt Disney World
    Elmo's World: Happy Holidays (no credits)
    Sesame Street Stays Up Late! (part of the beginning titles is messed up)
    Elmopalooza!
    Elmo's World: Wild, Wild West
    It's a Very Merry Muppet Christmas Movie (no credits, but has several outtakes from another NBC special)
    The Muppets Valentine Show
    The Muppets Go To the Movies
    The Muppet Musicians of Bremen
    A Muppet Family Christmas (two very, very small edits)
    The Great Santa Claus Switch
    The Muppet Show: Sex and Violence
    Sesame Street Unpaved (TV Land special)
    The Muppets’ Wizard of Oz

    Also:
    All 65 episodes of Jim Henson’s Animal Show (most of seasons 1 & 2 have no theme songs, but I can replace them)
    The Jim Henson Hour (12 episodes)
    18 episodes of Play With Me Sesame
    A&E Biography: Sesame Street

    Miscellaneous (Guest Appearances, Commercials, Muppet-Related Stuff, etc.)
    Muppets on “AFV” (full episode) (2005)
    Muppets on “Tony Danza Show” (2004—Elmo; 2005—Classic Muppets)
    Piggy, Kermit, and Ashanti on “Today” (2005)
    Piggy on “Regis and Kelly” (2005)
    Fozzie on “Jimmy Kimmel Live” (2005)
    Dr. Feel, Elmo, and Big Bird on “Dr. Phil” (2004)
    Kermit, Miss Piggy, and Pepe on “Nick and Jessica Variety Hour” (2004 w/ outtakes)
    2004 Emmy Awards (Sesame Street’s 35th Anniversary)
    Kermit co-hosts the “Jimmy Kimmel Show” (Muppet-related segments only) (2003)
    “I’ve Grown Accustomed to Your Face” from “The Jack Paar Show” (1963;
    from “Jack Paar: Smart Television” special)
    Muppets on “Family Feud” (all five episodes) (2001)
    Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood: Competition (Big Bird’s appearance) (1981)
    2003 Emmy Awards (Cast dedicates songs to Fred Rogers); SS wins an Emmy
    Frank Oz in “Blues Brothers”
    Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade: 1997 (“Rubber Duckie”)
    Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade: 1998 (“Sing”)
    Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade: 2002 (“We Are All Earthlings”)
    Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade: 2003 (“Good Morning World”)
    Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade: 2004 (“The Street We Live On”)
    Avenue Q on “Regis and Kelly” 92004)
    Kevin Clash: Chimpanzee voiceover on “Captain Kangaroo” (around 1981)
    K-Mart Commercial (SS; “What’s Best About Getting Dressed”) (1998)
    Elmo on “The Frugal Gourmet”—“Elmo Cooks Dim Sum” (1992)
    Kermit on “Reading Rainbow” (1986)
    Kevin Clash on “Reading Rainbow” (1986)
    Elmo on “Rosie” (promoting "Elmopalooza!") (1998)
    Piggy on “The View” (1998? X-Mas Show)
    Kermit and Frogs on “Good Morning America” (1998?)
    Big Bird on “Soul Man” (BB appearance only) (1998)
    Elmo on “Access Hollywood” (1998; contains alternate footage of celebrities singing the SS Theme not seen in the special)
    Bear on “Regis and Kathie Lee”
    “The Rosie O’Donnel Show”: Rosie hosts on Sesame Street (semi-poor picture) (1998)
    ABC World News: SS’s 30th Anniversary (1998)
    Kermit on “Roseanne” (poor picture)
    “The Oprah Winfrey Show” –guest visits the SS studio (2004)
    Pizza Hut Commercial: Kermit Loves Jessica, Miss Piggy and Mt. Rushmore
    Kermit on “The View”
    Kermit on “Jay Leno” (Poor picture)
    Piggy on “Regis and Kathie Lee” (promoting MFS; contains her and Regis's "infamous kiss") (1999)
    Piggy on “CBS This Morning” (1999)
    Kermit and Gonzo on “Wheel of Fortune” (1999)
    “Subway” commercial (2 of them; “One of These Things”)
    Big Bird, Ernie, and Bert on “Between the Lions” (2001)
    Piggy and Kermit: 2004 Emmys (red carpet)
    Big Bird on “The Electric Company” (1972)
    Grover on “TEC” (1973)
    Oscar on “TEC” (1972)
    Muppets on “Good Morning America” (Christmas 2004)
    “Dove” Commercial
    Sesame Street Live on “Today” (2005)
    Muppets on “Extreme Makeover: Home Edition” (2005)
    Fozzie/Rizzo on "Jimmy Kimmel" (2005)
    Grover on "Jimmy Kimmel" (2005)
    "The Letter People" (Non-Muppet Series) -- Entire Series
    138 episodes of "Square One TV"
  5. Boober_Gorg

    Boober_Gorg Active Member

    Which Unpaved episodes have logos and which don't? (That matters to a few people)
  6. MuppetDude

    MuppetDude Active Member

    I didn't know that. To the best of my knowledge, the following don't have logos:

    1 : Welcome to Sesame Street (full-length; from NET)
    8 : Letter “B” Treasure Hunt
    162 : Oscar’s Stop Signs
    276 : New Friends (Third Season Premiere)
    355 : Rainstorm
    536 : Another Quiet Day (Fifth Season Premiere)
    666 : The Count Counts Lights (Sixth Season Premiere)
    796 : Headline Howie Gets the Scoop on Snuffy (Seventh Season Premiere)
    1037 : Big Bird and Baby Cody
    1041 : Cripple Creek/Oscar’s Grouch Club
    1056 : Bert’s Marching Band (Ninth Season Premiere)
    1095 : Sesame Street Goes to Hawaii: Day 6 (last half is logo-free)
    1186 : The Count’s “Hello” Game/Barkley or Woof-Woof?
    1316 : Sesame Street Goes to Puerto Rico (Tenth Season Premiere)
    1446 : Big Bird Goes to School (Eleventh Season Premiere)
    1563 : Maria Wants a Raise
    1709 : Camp Echo Rock: Day 4
    1710 : Camp Echo Rock: Day 5
    1736 : Practice Makes Perfect (Music Lessons) (last scene has no logo)
    1740 : The Water Shortage (last street scene and credits have no logo)
    1839 : Goodbye, Mr. Hooper
    1933 : Sesame Street’s New Computer
    2040 : Big Bird and Snuffy Goes to the Movies
    2059 : Bob Learns to Breakdance/ Maria’s Life Story
    2096 : Snuffy Is Seen (Sixteenth Season Premiere) (theme and first scene have logo)
    2122 : Adoption of Miles: Part 1 (?)
    2123 : Adoption of Miles: Part 2 (?)
    2124 : Adoption of Miles: Part 3
    2125 : Adoption of Miles: Part 4
    2226 : Happy Birthday, Miles (Seventeenth Season Premiere) (full-length)
    2257 : Luis Gets Glasses (Noggin and PBS versions available)
    2269 : Oscar Moves to Candy-Cane Lane
    2356 : A Trip to the Bronx Zoo (Eighteenth Season Premiere)
    2358 : David Hires Gina (to work at Hooper’s Store)
    2404 : Maria and Luis Fall in Love
    2485 : Maria and Luis’s Wedding
    2486 : Maria and Luis’s Honeymoon (Twentieth Season Premiere; both PBS and Noggin versions available)
    2558 : Maria’s Baby’s Heartbeat (unknown)
    2574 : Maria’s Mother Visits (unknown)
    2615 : Welcome, Gabriela

    3175: Floyd Fluter-Tooter's New Home (PBS version, but missing ep. #, most of first street scene, and end copyright credits)
    3178: Tarah's Big Race (PBS version, but missing first few seconds and end copyrights)
    3181: Slimey's Big Dive (PBS version, missing copyright credits)
    3182: Telly and Kingston's Original Acts (PBS version w/ ep. # and copyright credits missing )
    3183: Telly and the Giant "11" (PBS version w/ ep. # and copyright credits missing)
    3184: Mr. Big Visits SS (PBS Version. Ep. # missing, and about 7 minutes at the beginning and copyright credits are missing)
    3185: Oscar's Dissapear-O Spray (PBS copy, w/ episode #, copyright credits, and a few minutes missing)
    3186: BB and Elmo's Word Tag (PBS copy, but ep. #, first 7-8 min. missing and ends early [while Gina mentions SS a production of CTW])
    3187: Park Rangers for a Day (PBS copy w/ end copyrights missing)
    3188: Merry Scares People (PBS copy, with missing ep. #, first 7-8 min. missing and end copyrights; there's also an edit between two clips: "Rockin' Robin Aerobics" and "Harvey Kneeslapper's Mirror Trick")
    3193: Jack Be Nimble Tries Something New/Snuffy at the Park (both Noggin and PBS versions)
    3194: Ruthie Babysits (PBS copy; missing cold opening)

    My memories quite fuzzy on these, sorry.
  7. 871 : Mr. Hooper Goes Back to School
    1933 : Sesame Street’s New Computer
    3732: Gabi's Sick Birthday (Re-Air) (First few seconds and end missing, but last street scene is still intact; it ends where it mentions Slimey's ship still headed to the moon)
    3733: Follow the Leader in the Park (First few seconds and end missing, but last street scene is still intact; it ends where it mentions Slimey's ship still headed to the moon)
    4031. Karaoke Night At Hooper’s Store.
    4072. Gabi Gets Sidetracked.
    The Muppets’ Wizard of Oz
    Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade: 2002 (“We Are All Earthlings”)
    Kevin Clash on “Reading Rainbow” (1986)
    Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade: 2005 (“Put On Your Dancing Shoes”)
    3707 : Monster Day (15.5)
    All Stars Alphabet (New)
    Sesame Street - Let’s Make MusicComputer Caper

    These are the SS clips/episodes I want so far.
  8. MuppetDude

    MuppetDude Active Member

    Um, I'm guessing you don't have anything to trade, right?
  9. hemlock

    hemlock Member

    Hello. Guess what? I have some new stuff that you might be interested in. Here they are:

    Square One TV (PBS): 221-223, 310-314, 316-320, 331-333, 416-420, 516-520

    Plus all six Mathnet specials Despair in Monterey Bay, Calpurian Kugel Caper, Case of the Galling Stones, Case of the Mystery Weekend, Case of the Smart Dummy, Case of the Bremuda Triangle

    Anyone interested? Thank you.



    Steve
  10. I'm afraid I haven't I need them badly. And the Square One TV episodes, too.
  11. NIMASTER

    NIMASTER New Member

    The only episode i need is 796 Headline Howie Gets the Scoop on Snuffy
  12. NIMASTER

    NIMASTER New Member

    Is there anyway to get unpaved episode 796
  13. fauby

    fauby New Member

    Hi, All,

    I'd love to see some of the old episodes from the 1970s or early 1980s. That's when I was a kid and watched. I don't have any Sesame Street episodes to trade, though. I'd be glad to trade blank tapes or something else if anyone has episodes from the 1970s. I always like the monsters best, especially Frazzle. Weren't there a few skits with all the monsters? Man, if anyone has those episodes, that would be great.
  14. zns

    zns Active Member

    Gee, uuuuuuuuhhhhhh. I don't know where I'll be able to find that at, seeing as how those copies are out of print:( . If it's all right with you, can I just send you some blank tapes instead? If this is all right with you, I'll give you a list of what I'm interested in. Please let me know. Thanks alot. ;)
  15. fauby

    fauby New Member

    Hi, guys,

    I lied when I said I don't have anything to trade for old episodes. I had forgotten, but I have the 25th anniversary episode on tape. I taped it way back when it was first on. This is the special with Phil Donahue and lots of guests. If anyone has some cool 1970s or early 80s episodes, I'd love to trade. I would be glad to tape off this special to trade with someone. ;) I also have the Muppet Family Christmas that I taped off television. The tape quality is not so hot though. There are wavy lines here and there because I think it was taped over other shows.
  16. sesameesv

    sesameesv New Member

    $$$ for episodes

    I have been desperately trying to find old episodes of sesame street, I am looking for episodes from anywhere from season 3 to season 11 (1981-1991). I also particularly looking for the one where Ernie and Bert are in Egypt, the ones where Ernie signs I Don't Want To Live On The Moon, and the one where they sing Dance Myself To Sleep, I am also looking for the singing clay ball/lips thing (if you know what I'm talking about), also the one with the alligator king who breaks his crown, Grover as a waiter, Grover singing Monster in the Mirror, anything with the martians, and especially looking for ANY episodes with the teeny little super guy. I don't have any to trade, but if anyone has anything like this, I am willing to pay very well. If you are interested in selling please email me: esvidela@hotmail.com. Thanks for your time and help!

    :p
  17. fauby

    fauby New Member

    I just wanted to throw out my e-mail address, too. If anyone has early episodes, such as the ones taped off Noggin (I only saw one of those), please drop me a line at sfauby@yahoo.com. Thanks! :)
  18. sesameesv

    sesameesv New Member

    Also, I may have been wrong with the season numbers in my previous post. I got them from wikipedia, but they don't seem right. The dates are right though, 1981-1991, with a concentration on 1985-1990.
  19. There's been a change in the list of episodes I want.

    1933 : Sesame Street’s New Computer
    3732: Gabi's Sick Birthday (Re-Air) (First few seconds and end missing, but last street scene is still intact; it ends where it mentions Slimey's ship still headed to the moon)
    3733: Follow the Leader in the Park (First few seconds and end missing, but last street scene is still intact; it ends where it mentions Slimey's ship still headed to the moon)
    4031. Karaoke Night At Hooper’s Store.
    4072. Gabi Gets Sidetracked.
    The Muppets’ Wizard of Oz
    Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade: 2002 (“We Are All Earthlings”)
    Kevin Clash on “Reading Rainbow” (1986)
    Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade: 2005 (“Put On Your Dancing Shoes”)
    3707 : Monster Day (15.5)
    All Stars Alphabet (New)
    Sesame Street - Let’s Make Music
    Sesame Street - Computer Caper
    Sesame Street - Imagine That
    4093. Baby Bear's First Day Of School
    3667. Rosita Has An 'S' Stuck To Her Nose.
    3546. Oscar's Nightmares.
    3353. Elmo Talks About Recycling.
    3984. Mail-It-Shop Opens.
    3880. The New Computer For The Fix-It Shop.
    2861 Big Bird Yells “TOOTHPASTE”
    2925. Queen Latifah Sings "The Letter O" With Prairie & Telly.
    2947. Gabi Plot.
    2952. Gabi Plot.

    These are the SS clips/episodes I want so far.
  20. Thanks for what? :confused:


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