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Discussion in 'Sesame Merchandise' started by MuppetDude, Mar 14, 2003.
1991, from season 23.
The box of blank tapes I sent you was returned.
After taking forever to get my act together (my apologies, but getting ready for a baby is waaaay more time-consuming than you'd think), two weeks ago, I finally got your box of cds (Original Sesame Street Cast Album, Grover Sings The Blues, and Ernie's Hits) and blank tapes together and shipped them off. I got home yesterday and the Post Office had returned the box, saying that I had the wrong address! And of course, once I shipped off the box, I deleted the email from you that had your contact info on it. Can you email me with it so that I can reship? Thanks again and again, I apologize for the fact that it took me so long to get the box off to you to begin with!! Nikole
E-mail me, my adress is email@example.com
Here are the Muppet skits on #3140 and #3141 for some people.
"It's Not Easy Being Green" - Version with Kermit sitting in field
"Take A Rest" - Song by Bert, Cookie, Grover and AM's
"A New Way To Walk" - includes Old McDonald intro
"Monster In The Mirror" (Celebrity version)
Big Bird At A Dude Ranch In Arazonia
"Count It Higher"
Big Bird at Garden Palace Casita
"The Letter N" (N-TV)
News Flash: Little Red Riding Hood
Bobby McFerrien Preforms At Birdland
Ernie Tries To Keep Bert Asleep (70's skit)
"I Get By With A Little Yelp From My Friends"
Early episodes wanted
My daughter is 16 months old and it kills me that the new Sesame Street is nothing like the old Sesame Street from my childhood. I desperately want to share the episodes that I loved with her.
I have nothing to trade (sadly, not a collector) but would anyone be willing to share some early episodes (1969-1976)? Please email me!
Thanks for your consideration.
MuppetDude sorry for late reply but I don't really have much to trade with that you probably don't already have in terms of SS epsidoes etc. Let me know if there is anything else you are willing to trade for and maybe we can work something out. You can reply to me here or PM, your choice.
Please e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org please e-mail me. I am very interested in those episodes.
I keep clicking your e-mail address and nothing's happening!
Can you try e-mailing me?
Now after very first days of June 2004, I have 32 out of 67 Unpaveds I can trade on VHS or DVD:
#1-Series Premiere (11/10/1969, NET)
#8-Letter 'B' Treasure Hunt (1969, Noggin)
#43-Lou Lou's Back In Town (1969, Noggin, finally better copy from SSetta!)
#54-Oscar's Birthday Cake (1969, Noggin, finally better copy from SSetta!)
#83-Bags of Birdseed (1969, Noggin, finally better copy from SSetta!)
#131-Granny Grouch (1970, Noggin)
#162-Oscar's Stop Signs (1970, Noggin)
#276-Snuffy Debuts (1971, Noggin)
#355-Rainy Day on Sesame Street (1972, Noggin)
#406-Sam the Robot Debuts (1972, Noggin)
#514-Stevie Wonder Visits (1973, Noggin)
#536-Just Another Quiet Day (1973, Noggin)
#796-Headline Howie Gets A Scoop on Snuffy (1975, Noggin)
#871-Mr. Hooper Studies His Diploma (1976, Noggin)
#1037-Buffy's New Baby Cody (1977, Noggin)
#1041-Cripple Creek (1977, Noggin)
#1056-Bert's Marching Band (1977, Noggin)
#1093-Hawaii Day 4 (1978, Noggin)
#1094-Hawaii Day 5 (1978, Noggin)
#1186-Barkley or Woof-Woof (1978, Noggin)
#1316-Trip To Puerto Rico (1979, Noggin)
#1364-Star Wars Droids Visit (1980, Noggin)
#1396-Star Wars Droids Return (1980, Noggin)
#1575-Mr. Rogers Visits (1981, Noggin)
#1706-Big Bird Leaves Sesame Street To Visit Echo Rock Camp (1982, Noggin)
#1707-Big Bird Learns To Play Sports At Echo Rock Camp (1982, Noggin)
#1708-Big Bird Learns To Swim At Echo Rock Camp (1982, Noggin)
#1709-Big Bird Hikes Up the Mountain of Echo Rock Camp (1982, Noggin)
#1710-Big Bird's Final Day of Echo Rock Camp (1982, Noggin)
#1740-The Water Shortage (1983, Noggin)
#2558-Maria Goes To the Doctor (1989, Noggin)
#2574-Maria's Mother Visits (1989, Noggin)
Note: I've now got episodes 1364 and 1396: the two Star Wars episodes.
Hello, I have a list of Sesame Street Episodes that I have compiled. Here's a list of what I have:
Noggin #355: Rainstorm
Unnumbered ep.:Ernie buys an invisible ice cream cone from Lefty
Unnumberes ep.: Oscar and Forgetful Jones reminice when they were young.
#2342-Incomplete; ends w/Bobby McFerrin
Don't Eat the Picures: Sesame Stret at the Metropolitan Museum of Art
Sesame Street Special from 1988
Sesame Street Unpaved Special from TV Land
Sesame Street: The Street We Live On
That what I have and tell me what you think
Hello Hemlock,You're a brand new person on Muppet Central!! Welcome!
Do you know which Muppet Skits are on those episode #'s:
Those 2 Unnumbered episodes
Here are a few Muppet Sketches :
#2282: Bert and Ernie "H" sketch; The Count Tries to Count 1,000 nails, turns out to be birthday candles instead.
#2283: Kermit covering the cow jumped over the moon sketch; five dancers in blue sequins were taken one by one
#2291: The Counts Love Poem
#2292: Segement where about trees
#2341: Mumfords Big/Little Trick
I'm Looking for other Sesame Street Episodes both from Noggin and PBS LMK if you have any.
Well, I guess I'm going to be another one of those pain in the neck people who are just starting out and are dying to get there hands on some classic SS episodes. Actually, I be happy for just a compilation of Kermit's News Flashes. However, I'd be greatful to aquire anything right now. I don't think I have much to trade that everyone probably already has but here goes.
The World of Jim Henson (Great Performances 90 min)
Sesame Street's All-Star 25th Birthday (poor recording)
Sesame Street Biography (A&E)
Volumes 1-15 of The Muppet Show (Time Life)
I also have quite the movie collection including a few pilots for TV shows plus a bunch of SS videos that I'm sure aren't that hard to find. If anyone would like to help it would be greatly appreciated. You can e-mail me at email@example.com
My collection update:
I should note that the two Star Wars episodes are full, and not edited (at least, I don't think so) by Noggin.
I've also received:
I also have episodes 2096 and 2404, but 2096 has only half of the opening theme song, while 2404 has no theme song, and I am currently looking for the themes for both of these, preferrably without the logo.
I should also add that when trading episodes, please tape a little bit of a blank screen before copying the episodes; that way I can start copying at a certain point of the video rather than have a VCR cut off the first part of the theme song.
MuppetDude,What Muppet Skits do you just get on these episode #'s:
If any of these episodes are never aired on noggin,I would just like know what's on there please!
Yes MuppetDude,What Muppet Skits do you get on these.
(classic & new)
MuppetDude,did you get my 3 emails ?
Cookie Monster: FOOD • 1973
Grover and Maya: arrow • 1984
Song: Do The Batty Bat (The Count) • 1984
2-headed monster: pencil • 1985
E&B: Dance Myself To Sleep • 1978
News Flash: How the Three Little Pigs feel about their houses being blown down • 1984
Edith Ann (Lily Tomlin) talks to Herry about being proud • 1975
Bert in the park with Simon the Soundman • 1987
Game Show: The Fairy Tale Newlywed Game • 1988
News Flash: London Fog • 1987
Song: African Alphabet (Ladysmith Black Mambazo & Kermit) • 1987
Song: Healthy Food (Cookie Monster) • 1987
Grover and girl: LOVE sign • 1988
Song: African Alphabet (Ladysmith Black Mambazo & Kermit) • 1987
Song: Cooperation Makes It Happen • 1984
Song: That's What Counts (The Count) • 1987
Chris and Grover talk about love • 1978
E&B: Ernie has a banana in his ear • 1970
Gladys applies for a cowgirl job at the double-bar R ranch • 1986
Monsterpiece Theater: Upstairs, Downstairs • 1983
News Flash: Humpty Dumpty • 1975
Song: Bert's Blanket • 1988
Song: Rappin' Alphabet (Grover break-dances) • 1986
Ernie's Love Boat • 1984
Game Show: The Eating Game • 1987
Kermit, Sharla and Fannie: next to • 1972
News Flash: Boston T Party • 1986
I am looking for Sesame Street episodes from 1969 to around 1983. I am interested in the scary,weird, psychedelic cartoons and live action films. I got into these sketches after watching some Electric Company episodes that I received in the mail. My e mail address is firstname.lastname@example.org .
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Separate names with a comma.