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Sketches wanted--looking for traders

Discussion in 'Classic Sesame Street' started by rjschex, Sep 28, 2003.

  1. jimmyk New Member

    mumford scenes

    anyone has episodes of mumford turing maria into a kid and i also want the epiosde when mumford placed a mustache on miles and susan if anyone has it email me jimmyk127@aol.com
  2. jimmyk New Member

    hea does anyone has the episode of mumford placing a mustache on miles and susan and at the end of the show mumford took of the mustache of susan if so email me jimmyk127@aol.com
  3. jimmyk New Member

    2621 i think that was teh one withe the little gordon with a mustache thats mumford giving him a fake mustache then mumford took it off and it went on to susan susan got mad and after the show mumford took it off if anyone has that one email me jimmyk127@aol.com so i can by it
  4. BipBippadotta New Member

    Ok happily I am now in possession of some of my favorite sketches thanks to Tony "W" (for Whitaker). I want some more sketches though.

    Here is what I am looking for.

    sketch with 30 yellow dots.
    letter I with that professor type with the Jerry Lewis type voice (glavin!!)
    One for the Fiddle
    Letter E cartoon with sea gulls over horizon
    Never Leap on a Lying Leopard.
    Mad painter 1,2,5,8,9 was there and 11 and 12 sketch?
    small hole sketch
    grover "m" sketch
    Roosvelt franklin sketches sans loud and soft
    Hand Drawings cartoons (ex. telephone ringing)
    Train Tunnel Sketch with Bob and Louis
    lightning around castle cartoon with mouse and frankenstein
    I'm between you know what I mean
    Near Far this is where we are
    Exit thats the way out
    Any bip/mahna sketches sans Fat cat, SS mahna mahna, some none all, Opposites, Air
    any old count sketches
    any old Don Music sketches
    any old old old sketches.

    I will give my list of sketches later on.
  5. MuppetDude Active Member

    I've got many of these.

    Lucky you sent me a PM about more clips. :)

    I've got:
    sketch with 30 yellow dots.
    letter I with that professor type with the Jerry Lewis type voice (glavin!!)
    One for the fiddle (aka "Octopus One-Man Band")
    Never Leap on a Lying Leopard.
    Mad painter 1,2,5,8,9 was there and 11 and 12 sketch? (There was an 11, but not a 12; I think I also have 8 and 9.)
    grover "m" sketch (Is this the one w/ Herbert Birdsfoot?)
    Roosvelt franklin sketches sans loud and soft
    Hand Drawings cartoons (ex. telephone ringing)
    Train Tunnel Sketch with Bob and Louis
    I'm between you know what I mean
    Exit thats the way out

    Could you explain these a bit more?:
    Letter E cartoon with sea gulls over horizon
    small hole sketch
    lightning around castle cartoon with mouse and frankenstein
    Near Far this is where we are (is this Grover's routine?)
  6. mikealan New Member

    Believe it or not, Here Is Your Life-Sneaker was on #2476 and the segment where the Count was an elevator operator was on B-D-8 from Season 20!
  7. mikealan New Member

    Well, it's called "Consonant Sound" series. But for Limerick, you may think it was the poem about things that start with letters like "Face" and "Yak", but they're just called "Consonant Sound" segments.
  8. Soul H New Member

    I'm willing to trade one of my Sesame Street DVD's for a Sesame Street episode with the music-video "Thinking of U".

    The DVD's I have are: Rock 'N' Roll, and Count It Higher.

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