Sesame Street
Mr. Snuffleupagus does animal imitations
(repeat of 0485)
Air date April 25, 1975
Season Season 6 (1974-1975)
Sponsors D, W, 4
This episode guide has been compiled from materials at the CTW Archives.


StreetScenes
Picture Segment Description
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SCENE 1 Big Bird demonstrates none, some and all as Mr. Hooper is chromakeyed into the shot.
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SCENE 2 In Big Bird’s nest area, Mr. Snuffleupagus entertains Big Bird and the kids with some animal impressions. Big Bird tries to fetch his friends to come over, but doesn’t know that Snuffy is following him; Snuffy still goes unnoticed.
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SCENE 3 Bob sings the “Same/Different” song while comparing two leaves.
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SCENE 4 At Hooper's Store, Mr. Hooper is about to throw away some cracked plates, when The Count shows up, looking for something to count. He counts the plates as Mr. Hooper hands them to him, but he drops them into the trash so that they break into more pieces; now he can count the pieces.
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SCENE 5 In a series of quickies, the cast says words that rhyme with “tie”.
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SCENE 6 The Count announces the sponsors and the credits roll.

Known segments

Picture Segment Description
1800-20
Muppets Sesame Street News Flash: The Count ruins Kermit's opportunities to interview The Three Little Pigs and the Seven Dwarves by counting them.
(First: Episode 0569)
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Muppets The Twiddlebugs try to figure out how to get to the zoo. They notice it's too far to walk, swim, or fly. Then they notice their Twiddle-car.
(First: Episode 0603)
Song-exit
Muppets Little Chrissy and the Alphabeats sing "Exit" as the audience leaves the room.
(First: Episode 0666)
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Muppets Maria reads "The Boy Who Cried Monster." A terrible, cookie-stealing monster helps to teach a mischievous Anything Muppet boy an important lesson.
(First: Episode 0412)
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Film Five dancers disappear one by one, until there are none left.
(First: Episode 0589)
SSTS-10
Cartoon Two boys notice a D, saying it looks fat. A resonant voice (Gary Owens) informs them that it's the letter D. This leads to a jazzy story about a dog who digs for dice, wins a duck, and buys a dinosaur with a dime. Moral: "If you dig a dinosaur, drop your duck for a dime."
(First: Episode 0016)
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Cartoon The Typewriter: W, Wall


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