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    Halloween is just around the corner

    I know for the Halloween party my brother and I are hosting at my house, and then for passing out candy on Halloween night, I'm wearing the new fursuit I built of my original fursona, Zak Wolf! I even built the head with a moving jaw, too, just like my Disney Big Bad Wolf fursuit head.
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    Classic Sesame Clips on Youtube

    Starting at 8:13 is a REALLY rare treat! An updated version of the classic Monsterpiece Theater sketch "Chariots of Fur," with the 1992 "Library" intro and new Alistair Cookie wraparounds. To Oscarfan and I's knowledge, this updated version was never actually aired on the show! So it's been...
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    YouTube Poops

    My latest YouTube Poop epic, just in time for Disney's live-action "Aladdin" remake! And yes, that's me singing the "Arabian Nights" parody.
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    Arthur - Where is the Show Going?

    I just watched the episode, and it was actually pretty fun! There were a couple of really funny imagine spots, and the animation kept getting less Flash-like at times (Oasis Animation just keeps on improving, it seems.) Peter Hirsch even wrote the episode!
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    Classic Sesame Clips on Youtube

    Yeah, it's part of their 50th anniversary celebration stuff they do for Throwback Thursday uploads this year. I've also been noticing other patterns they have. Anyone else notice how on Fridays they upload an Elmo video?
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    Sesame Street Episode 847 with Margaret Hamilton

    Yeah, even with my eyeglasses some of the handwritten ones still looked like scribbles to me. Good thing the letter from the Wiccan mother was typed! :insatiable:
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    "The Sesame Street Horror Special: Herry Werewolf" - COMPLETE!

    I know it's been several years, but I thought I'd dust off this "Sesame Street" fanfic I've left untouched for years, until recently, when a recent furry convention's horror and werewolf theme that I attended inspired me to finish the story! This is set around Season 21 (1989-1990), and is...
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    Classic-era sound effect sources

    The "Sesame Street" production team might have made that piano crash sound themselves. It wouldn't be that hard a sound to make; just have one person pound on many piano keys at once, while the other drops or smashes pieces of wood. Creating sound effects can be, well, pretty creative!
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    Rare "Cracks" animation from 1970's Sesame Street

    It makes a lot of sense of the "crack" drug being a reason why CTW stopped including that sketch in "Sesame Street" episodes.
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    Sesame Street Episode 847 with Margaret Hamilton

    Naw, I'm betting at that part when she's disguised as an old lady, Margaret Hamilton basically appears as herself, like at the start of "The Paul Lynde Halloween Special" when she is Paul's housekeeper "Margaret," and they go to visit her sister whom turns out to be Witchiepoo, and then Margaret...
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    Sesame Street Episode 847 with Margaret Hamilton

    Yeesh, the Witch looks a bit more rugged than she did on "The Paul Lynde Halloween Special" months later...
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    YouTube Poops

    Since D'Snowth bumped this thread, I thought I'd share my two most ambitious YouTube Poops I uploaded fairly recently... This drug education video from 1993 was SO WEIRD, it was BEGGING to be made into a YTP. You'd swear the creative team (which includes some Simpsons artists, hence the...
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    Classic-era sound effect sources

    Yep, and I also heard some Jay Ward/Rocky and Bullwinkle sound effects in it! (Especially the signature Bullwinkle explosion sound when the dynamite "19" blows up.) And coincidentally I've heard a few of those stock Major Records sound effects on Rocky and Bullwinkle as well (like the Count von...
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    Classic-era sound effect sources

    Heh, and then D'Snowth showed me this interview with Dick Maitland on FaceBook, where he shows off one of his sound effect gadgets for making bell and buzzer sounds, like for doorbells, telephones, game shows, alarms, etc...
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    Classic-era sound effect sources

    Having watched so many old "Sesame Street" episodes and segments, I have been able to gather information on where many of the sound effects heard in the street scenes and cast/Muppet segments from 1969 up to the early 80s came from, as the sound effects were a lot more unique back then... One...
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