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  1. BuddyBoy600alt

    Super Computer!

    Does anybody remember weird live action sketch called "Super Computer?" There were 4 skits made. A little girl would use Super Computer to play a game. One of the skit was where the girl wanted to play the maze game (Game D), where she has to drag the watering can on the maze before all the...
  2. BuddyBoy600alt

    Classic Sesame Street Clips on I thought we can make a new discussion thread. There are mostly clips I posted here.
  3. BuddyBoy600alt

    I am looking for the skit with Elmo's Vacuum/Toaster/Music Box combo machine

    Does anybody remember this Street scene from the 80's? Elmo imagines a machine invented by Luis. In this skit, Luis shows Elmo his Vacuum/Toaster/Music Box combo machine. First Elmo tries the Vacuum part, Then the toaster, then the music box part. I remember seeing it in the 1980's.
  4. BuddyBoy600alt

    What was the BGM song used in the "Lost Dog Poster for Ace" film?

    I am wonder what the BGM piano tune used in the Lost Dog Poster for Ace film is? I know it's not Joe Raposo who composed it.
  5. BuddyBoy600alt

    The Scienst tries to make the robot walk

    There was a funny cartoon from the 1970's that involves a scientist building a robot. He tries to make the robot walk. But does not work. Then, The scientist added legs but that still did not work, Then he tried foot, But that did not work ether. Then he built knees with the success. But...
  6. BuddyBoy600alt

    Joe Raposo's assistant dies at age 79

    We got some very sad news to announce that Sesame Street composer assistant David Allen Conner passed away. He was at age 79. Here is the details:
  7. BuddyBoy600alt

    Richard Stoltzman on Sesame Street.

    I found this episode of Sesame Street where clarinet Richard Stoltzman visits Sesame Street. In the beginning of the episode, We see Richard Stoltzman playing the Sesame Street theme song on his clarinet. As Telly Monster told viewers that he is visiting and he is playing the clarinet. Then...
  8. BuddyBoy600alt

    Sesame Street will continue to air on re-branded Sprout Channel

    Well, You may or may not heard the bad news. On September 26th, 2015, PBS Kids Sprout is dropping Sesame Street (among other acquired PBS Kids shows) as they rebrand as "Sprout". Here is the details...
  9. BuddyBoy600alt

    Sonny Friendly's signature song

    I used to remember hearing this tune on Sesame Street. In a game show sketch hosted by Sonny Friendly, It would play familiar tune. And I also remember this played at the of Guy Smiley's What's My Job? after Sonny and Guy argued.
  10. BuddyBoy600alt

    The Black and White machines that makes a choo-choo train sound cartoon.

    Does anybody remember this weird cartoon insert that aired in the early 90's? It had one black machine, and one white machine. They make different sounds. The black machine had the train bell while the white machine had a train whistle. According to Muppet Wiki, It's on episodes: #2874, #3079...
  11. BuddyBoy600alt

    I wonder who composed the music for the "Lost Dog" film?

    I believed it was composed by Richard Harvey. I remember it had to kids in a bedroom. A girl draws a poodle dog with her red Crayola marker. As they show it to the poster factory on making lost dog signs.
  12. BuddyBoy600alt

    Gordon, Gina, and Linda demonstrates HOT.

    Here is a funny Sesame Street skit. It's starts with Gordon as a chef. The oven smokes comes out and Gordon opens the oven to reveal the word "HOT". Next, Gina comes out of a beach house with the word "HOT" on the beach. Then Gina runs to the shed. Then, Linda jogs and was all sweatin' with the...
  13. BuddyBoy600alt

    I am looking for this early CGI skit

    There was an early CGI skit of a boy counting to 5. He counted 5 crayons, and at the end, He used 5 crayons to make the number 5. Anybody remember this sketch?
  14. BuddyBoy600alt

    R.I.P.: Leonard Jackson

    I have some very bad news. Leonard Jackson, The man who played Mr. Handford on Sesame Street has died. Leonard Jackson died on December 22nd, 2013. He was at age 85. Here is the resource:
  15. BuddyBoy600alt

    Since when does Family Communications Incorporated own the rights to Sesame Street?

    I was on Youtube this morning. And I found out from Jbranwynne53's account that he has a copyright strike from Family Communications Inc. (That's right, The company holder of Mister Rogers' Neighborhood). Well, FCI just recently claimed the street scenes for Sesame Street episode #1575 (All...
  16. BuddyBoy600alt

    What is this classical piece on that William Wegment segment?

    Does anyone remember the classical song on this William Wegman sketch? It features Fay Ray the Dog listening to a classical song on a radio. William Wegman (In voice over) would say "Hey, Do you want to go out side?" And many others random questions to Fay Ray. According to MuppetWiki, It's on...
  17. BuddyBoy600alt

    Does anyone remember this cartoon?

    Well, There was a weird cartoon where the white ball rolling on a blue screen. And on the black square, flashing letter appears. The white ball thinks about what that letter is. And then grabs some color shapes and says what the letter is. The voice is by Sonia Mazano (Maria). The segments...
  18. BuddyBoy600alt

    Is Barkely a Dog, or a Banana?

    Does anyone remember this sketch? It had a nice circus music. It features Barkely the dog going on two stands with a sign. One had the sign that said "DOG" and the one other one had the sign that said "BANANA". When Barkely came in, He looks at the two stands, He first looked at the one that had...
  19. BuddyBoy600alt

    Does anyone remember these sand animation shorts?

    I remember these blackscreen sand animation segment. It is about sport games. One voice over speaks spanish while the other speaks english. One voice over would say "El Juego (Name of the sport)." The other would say "Did you say he is playing (Name of the sport)?" And then replies "Si Si. El...
  20. BuddyBoy600alt

    R.I.P. Gerald Lesser, CTW/SW Researcher

    I have some sad news for you fans of Sesame Street, I have found out that the researcher of Children's Television Workshop, Gerald Lesser (who worked on Sesame Street since 1969) has recently died. He was at age 84. We are going to miss him so much. R.I.P. Gerald Lesser (1926-2010) :(:cry: