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  • Hey man, I know this is something you've been looking for for a while, so take a look at Sesame Street style guide (1979).

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    • So, these and the trusted sources. And the 1974 calendar.

      I'm convinced. You're Superman. (faints)

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    • Wonderful indeed. Now if only someone out there can get a hold of all issues of Epi / Blas ...y los demás (which I'm gonna start a thread on later when I have time)...that would make my day.

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  • Hi, Tony:

    Thanks for the information you provided on the animated 'bridge' clips which debuted during Season 3, involving various shapes, as well as dots.  It should help 'clear things up' as to which one is which  Thanks again.

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    • No problem! I was hoping to add the info somewhere, but seeing your message seemed like the perfect time. I've been going through a lot of guides and made notes to these since they were so frequent and short. The time codes were a big help, and the script listings provided by the mods are how I figured how many there were. (I'm currently at the 380s and no sight of any additional ones.)

      Feel free to start a sandbox page for reference.

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    • OK, Tony, thanks.  I mentioned the possiblility to Scarecroe (Scott) about this being a 'regular' page instead, but if you'd rather have it be (or at least start out as) a Sandbox page, that too would be good.  Just a 'quick and easy' reference to use when it comes to 'deciphering code' for the 'bridge transition' segments (e.g. 4A, 7C, 11B, etc.).  The time codes help, but the verbal descriptions (e.g. 'bricks fall') IMHO help even more.  Thanks again.

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  • Seeing that the list in your page Sandbox:Sesame Street Season 3 Segments is nearing completion I was thinking about editing it and adding pictures akin to the Sandbox:Sesame Street Season 1 Segments page. I've noticed some of titles for the segments in that page seem to be taken directly from the episode scripts; I was wondering if the scripts say in what curriculum every segment falls into, it would make organizing the page much easier.

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    • Just a heads-up: I've started on the season 4 segments...

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    • ... and I've finished with all of the season 4 bits I've go so far. Have at it!

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  • Heya. Just wondering why you changed Bob to David here if you can remember.

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    • Also, can you look at Thread:264992? A first appearance you attributed to a cartoon is in question.

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    • It was based on the photo evidence, as Tom and David are both seen in the Super Duper costume.

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    • Copy that. They're actually not related. Not only are they two different costumes, but the set pieces are completely different. Both the script and the CTW synopses identify Bob as the other party in the sketch, and he never wears the suit. The segment with David is "lost" for the time being.

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    • Well, you'd know better than me. Good luck on finding the David bit. (And I like how some scripts happen to have insert material scripted as well. It's a good bonus for a lot of those rarities.)

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  • Hey, whenever you get a chance to see this: do you have footage of the "Recorder Practice" bit you added to Super Morphin Mega Monsters? Or was it based on just memory (perhaps conflating it with the scene from Episode 3210)?

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    • Yeah, I think I must have mixed those up. Though I do recall seeing at least one new "Mega Monster" episode post-season 29. It likely would have been on a season 30 re-run (I noticed the Elmo and Rosita puppets didn't match the old theme footage.)

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    • That must the "Litter" one we have an image for. Thanks!

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  • Hi MuppetDude. I was wondering if you have a higher resolution copy of the Sesame Street season 16 cast photo that you posted. I've found a black and white copy (with slightly different poses), but I would like to get a color one. Thanks!

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  • I just obtained a complete copy of Episode 3652 of Sesame Street from a secret source. Do you want me to send you a DVD of it and you can send me your copy of Episode 4016 in return?

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  • I saw on one of your edits to the Episode 3873 page (before the page was converted to a table guide) that you posted some of the segments from your pledge copy of that episode that were not in the original version. Can you please tell me what segments those replace so I can put them in an alterations section?

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  • Hey Tony, do you still have a copy of this?

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    • I do, but it's on VHS and I don't have the proper facilities to convert it. But I understand that the whole 33rd season has been taped by some and since put to DVD. I suggest you try either Guille, or Brian Hilley.

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    • Great, thanks! I'm sure it will turn up sooner or later.

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  • SSGroverOriginalNearandFar

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    Hey MuppetDude, can you go onto YouTube and upload the original 1970 skit of "Near and Far" with the early green Grover if you have the video? I can't find it anywhere on the Internet!
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    • Sorry, I don't have the English version. And I don't know anyone who has it.

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    • Oh, sorry. It's okay if some of the rare inserts I've been trying to look for were in a different language, but if you do have the Near and Far video, which different non-English language is it in (Arabic, Hebrew, German, Norwegian?) and can you upload it to YouTube if you have the video, plus send me the YouTube URL for it?

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    • I don't have to. I just found a video of it on YouTube! (It's an Arabic dub.) Here:

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mE9HZG6RxwU

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