Trading Sesame Street Episodes

Any Del

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And this is why I quit YouTube and now Dailymotion. Because of things getting blocked and taken down or deleted.
Any of my deleted videos from Youtube, I'll upload them on Google Photos.
 

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I know some of you people have already seen it, but I have the Noggin cut of Episode 3888 if anybody who hasn't seen it already wants to see it. You MUST have something to give in return or else I can't give it to you. That's NOT my rule, that's the rule of the person who is the source of the episode and I have to follow his rules. I am a very strong rule follower most of the time and I refuse to break his rules no matter how much you beg me to. Begging won't work. Sorry.
 
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Also, I must ask permission from the source before I give it to any one of you individuals. And for each individual I have to ask separately. That's another rule.
 

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Ask permission? Yeesh. YouTube and the internet age have practically nullified the tape trading circuit, people put up old tapes online or torrents without asking for anything in return, yet people are still being protective of the stuff they recorded (and don't personally own the rights to).

Frankly, whoever that is has no right to treat you that way.
 

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You know that has been in my mind for so long. I've always wanted to know why must you get permission for something that isn't yours? (E.g. Sesame Street, cartoons, sitcoms and etc.) But if it's something you made yourself and want to borrow it then that's fine. Mainly you should be asking the companies that made these content. I've sent Sesame Workshop an email asking for permission to upload some of their content to YouTube.

You shouldn't be treated that way @mariolover. No one should.
 

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Those are some silly rules, at this point the episode is yours. The person you got it from shouldn't regulate what you do with it. If he's willing to send it to you, then it should be fine if you can send it to others or do as you please with it. It's not like the episode is his own intellectual property, cause that'd be a whole different story.

Once it's in your hands, you're free to do what you want. It's a public TV show, access to it shouldn't be limited on it, unless someone refuses to trade in return.
 

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Anyone is interested in digital trading? (Using computer/laptop exchanging episode files?)
Season 30: 3788 3792 3796 3800 3810 3817 3821(broken in parts) 3831 3835 3839 3845

Season 31: 3857 3860(Noggin/PBS) 3879(second half) 3884(stops during the TV segment of EW) 3888(Noggin) 3900

Season 32: 3917 3942 3943 3944 3945 3950 3951(first half) 3952 3965 3971 3972 3973

Season 33: 3984 3988 3994 4007

Season 34: 4038 4046

Season 35: 4072

Season 36: 4091 4092
 

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Still waiting for these episodes:

2782: Wide World of SS: Gordon the Teacher
2980: Four Lambs/Toothpaste Fairy (ep. # and last 4 min. missing)
3010: Cyranose DeBergerac Visits
3050: Noel Cowherd Visits Forgetful Jones
3058: A Penguin Takes Telly’s Superhero Costume
3060: Savion Works at Birdland
3068: Maria’s Aunt Visits
3114: Telly Tries to be Cautious with his Arm
3116: Great Nineteeni’s Rabbit Trick
3121: Elmo Repeats Words
3126: BB and Telly Play Hide-and-Seek
3133: Blecka Goes to Day Care
3134: Telly and Merry’s Sound Game
3142: "13" Makes Rain (full PBS edit)
3152: Oscar Gets the “Sunny Days” Song Stuck in his Head
3155: Snuffy and Alice Find an “8”/ Zoe at Day Care
3156: Nasty Squeak at the Furry Arms (PBS/Noggin full edit)
3157: Mumford’s Dog/Magician Trick (full PBS version)
3161: Wolfgang Chases Wanda
3172: Telly and Rosita Play “Follow the Leader” (full PBS version)
3187: Park Rangers for a Day (PBS copy)
3190: Chicago's Juice Bar
3703: Telly’s Cousin Tammy Visits (last 9 min. missing)
3761: Baby Bear’s Day Care Sleepover (Part 1)
3762: Baby Bear’s Day Care Sleepover (Part 2)
3815: Oscar’s Trash Sale
3889: Telly Learns to Play Ping-Pong (Noggin/Sprout combo edit)
3896: Stinky and the Cocoon
3897: Fluffy Plays with Bob and Elmo
Basil Hears a Noise (Sesame Park special)
3010 was briefly on YouTube yesterday when Rohail Hashmi uploaded it. PBS decided to take it down because it infringed their copyrights. Luckily, I have it saved.
 
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