I posted that image four years ago, so I wouldn't be able to give you specifics. I remember I got it from a dub, but I'm not sure if it was Plaza Sésamo or Sesamstraat. I also can't find the segment in our Sesame scripts, so there's a possibility that this didn't air in English.
The placeholders using the play all menu animations, but without audio were stored in the DVDs quiz challenge title on Doin' Things that Doozer's Do only used for changing questions after the right and wrong answer screens after researching the disc contents. You'll find these and other stuff if you look into DVDs with DVD Shrink and PGCEdit.
We don't usually get that specific about DVD contents. Please do not re-add your edits after they've been removed or changed by someone else, specifically an administrator. Even if you leave a message and don't receive an immediate reply, that does not mean you can re-add it. Edit-warring is not productive, and rather than re-adding, you need to focus on something else. If this editing pattern continues, you will receive, at least, a temporary block.
The VHS glitching effect was near the end of Transylvania 1-2-3-4-5 on the episode on HBO Max. If you watch that closely, you'll see the corruption artifact in effect and that's a video processing mistake they made when recording the episodes and adding them to the service.
I renamed it and added it back in the correct format per our Image Policy. The filename should be relevant to the subject matter of the picture, and the image should be placed at the top of the article as a 300px thumbnail. Compare your edit with this. Your image is fine, and if someone has an even better image, they can update the file.
In case the "Canada banned Northern Calloway, the whole country itself" thing crops up again, it originated in a September 2019 Wikipedia edit here. The user is unregistered, digressed in their own edit summary with "some people made jokes" and "my parents hated" stuff, and added phrases like "he remained a beat on the show" and "his help not lasting long." So useless to us. If there is a grain of truth to it beyond an uncited claim that feels like rumor or personal theorizing, they didn't cite it and interpreted it oddly. Canada as a country, then and now, doesn't "ban" people just for a criminal record (even if denied entry by an actual entity in customs or whatever, the whole thing smells fishier than Lew Zealand).
okay this is gonna be a weird one but a recent edit i noticed in another wiki the Thomas the Tank Engine wiki it says some Wooden Ralway models of Thomas made an appearance in a video from Sesame Street caled Learning to Wait and i can't find it for proof can you help me find it? here's the link to what i'm talking about
They're probably talking about Learning to Share which appears to have toy trains in it. Pretty sure I have it on DVD, but I don't know when I'll have the time to skim through it or what I would be looking for.
Wiki ate my first reply. Here's what they're talking about. It's nothing to do with Thomas or that Wooden Railway toyline. No face, not the actual Thomas train, bigger toys and bigger rails, looks generic and a bit worn, etc.
While this one could have been a genuine mistake from not looking, I checked who added it. It came from one of those users who adds questionable trivia or just makes things up (odds are we've probably blocked them here under a different name at some point).