Sesame Street Dogs bake homemade bread
This is a rare post for me because it's a Sesame Street segment from the mid to late 90's. Although I collected tons of 70's classic segments, I recorded this one because I found it hilarious. This is the funniest "modern" Sesame Street segment I have seen! In fact, the ONLY funny one in my opinion. There were a few of these "dumb dog" segments in the 90's but this is the only one I have. I'm sure it's the funniest one though. This video will attract the "younger" Sesame Street fans, who by far out-populate the older fans like me. The proof is the 30 to 60,000 hits the "newer" late 80's and 90's segments are getting.....and they were only posted one to two months ago!
Sesame Street How Milk Is Made
This film shows how Milk is made.Includes Joe Raposo singing "Hey Cow I See You Now".
Classic Sesame Street Baker 10
The baker series, song of 10.
Sesame Street Somebody Come and Play original
Original film for the classic song by Joe Raposo. This put me in a pensive mood as a kid, but I was captivated, especially by the orangutans' cement enclosure.
From my perspective today, the dated zoo environment is definitely depressing. Maybe that's what led to footage of snow leopards replacing the original visuals. Raposo, however, subtly and artfully kept this bouncy tune from being 100% lollipop, so the original filmmaker's choice of images is still intriguing to me.
Sesame Street 1970 s opening show 2178
I recorded this in 1986 on SP (standard play)mode! I wanted a good quality beginning for all the segments I recorded. The sound is a lot better than my other posts. The audio gets hurt the most when recorded on SLP. For those of you not born in the mid 80's or were too young, VHS VCR's had a speed mode SLP (super long play). I used that mode for all my recordings. I regret that now. This was also a rare episode because the beginning theme blended right into a muppet segment. 99.5% of the time, a street scene begins with the usual harmonica playing Sesame Street in the background. Special thanks to Sesame Street Workshop for allowing me to post this here. All copyrights and profits for ALL Sesame Street segments belong to them!
Sesame Street Count It Higher
Beatles parody from 1973.
Sesame Street the yo yo master lost kid
the legend lives on.
Did you catch that WINDOW PANE on the plastic house? Whew, after all that, time for refreshment. The kid's mom might have had coffee with a SUGAR CUBE, or since this was the 70's, maybe a TAB...
Sesame Street 1 to 20 number elimination
70's animated short from Sesame Street. Watch for a googly-eyed cameo & misspelled word.
Sesame Street Sugar Beet
WARNING: Don't watch this one if you don't want to have the song stuck in your head for weeks.
Filmed at the Minn-Dak Farmers Coop in Wahpeton, North Dakota. The worker who says "Sugar!" at the end of the film is Aaron Benson. Big thanks to boopy78 for providing this info!
Sesame Street Everybody Sleeps
Here is the original Joe Raposo song "Everybody sleeps". Another great classic that goes way back in my memory. It was also neat the way he used the same tune in both this song and "Everybody eats". I'm not sure which one was made first. Was that John Lennon who fell off the chair? LOL! This probably came out in 1969 or 1970, which is just how Lennon looked then (like on "Abbey Road").