I'm not asking for any episodes but i really like the work that you and Scarecroe done with these Sesame Street episodes. It went from having no pics (instead having the skits we know was in the episode), to having a trusted guide source that tells the descriptions of the scenes, to having actual pics of the episode. Just want to give thanks for all the hard work you two did.
Hi. I see you have deleted the page "How Come There's No Dog Day" because there was "no source on original song title". The song is actually called said title and it was first sung by Tommy Cooper in 1961.
Hi, Shane. Just following up on my earlier question about the Maple Street cartoon from 2250, and whether you could help me track it down. Wasn't sure if you saw my previous message or not. (I did end up finding the lion painter, incidentally.)
Since you're very good at Muppet voice-chasing, I'd thought I'd ask you: Do you think Peter Linz plays the Murray impostor in this clip? If he did, than he played Horatio in the 50th anniversary special, cause he sounded just like this. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sHn61VNhJ0Q
That's probably Matt Vogel in the clip, but I don't think it's really important to deduce who performed Horatio in the 50th anniversary special. It's literally one word and there's nothing to gather from it, or compare it to. If we noted a performer, it would have to be reliably sourced as we've stated, and especially in this instance because he just says one word.
I don't think Horatio needs a section on the character recast page, but now that you guys have helped me find out that Matt plays the Murray impostor in this clip and listening to it back and forth with the clip of Horatio in the special and hearing that they are the same voice, I think making a note that Matt played him for that special doesn't do any harm.
Hey man, do you still have Episode 2911? I can't find it on YouTube or Archive.org. The script has Chicago identifying himself as "Chicago the Lion" and I wanted to confirm the dialogue made it to screen. This had been discussed years ago on Talk:Chicago without any evidence, so I'm looking to move it back.
I'm looking to reconstruct Episode 2250, or at least as much as it as I can seeing as two segments have apparently never been seen by anyone on this wiki. I know, since there's an image, that the "Maple Street" cartoon exists, but tracking it down online has been tough. (Not least of which because "sesame street directions" is already a search term.) I don't suppose there's any chance you can tell me where you found it? I'd really appreciate the help.
Quick update: I'm encountering similar issues with the "wet paint" sketch, but besides that, Scene 6, and Bricks Bridge A (the latter two of which I don't expect to find) I have everything.
I'm sorry, I thought I had a legitimate reason to add 'Listen Here, Truck' to the clip in Episode 0657. The picture which is shown also appears in the YouTube video. Now, by rights, should we go to all instances of 'Listen Here, Truck' on the Muppet Wiki and change the words to the description shown in Episode 0657? I'm in the process of going through the episodes and changing the EKA from 0700 to 0657 (as you can see), but should we also change the description as well? Just wondering. Thanks.
The version used in #0657 has a section of the song not used in subsequent airings. This version is called "Sawmill," while the others are call it "Sawmill (revised)," indicating an edit.
If you'd like, you can change them from "Listen Here, Truck" to just "Sawmill." The song itself isn't even about the truck - they use the same phrase for other things shown (in the original version, it starts "Listen here, tree."), so "Sawmill" feels more appropriate until we can locate any actual composer info and such. And use full quotation marks, not just 'Sawmill'.
The listing on #0657 should be fixed accordingly as well.
Shane and David - thanks for 'weighing in.' Just curious, Shane, if I understand you correctly, should I call the segment "Sawmill" in Episode 0657 and "Sawmill (revised)" in all of the other episodes? Moreover, what about accompanying pictures? Should I use the picture of the man and kids working on building a table (Episode 0657) or the picture of the truck carrying 'raw' logs (all other episodes) as the 'default' image for all instances of that segment? Please let me know. Thanks.
I see that you changed the Episode 0657 image to the one with the truck carrying logs, and that you 'revamped' the description. Can I start going to the other episodes and replace "Listen Here, Truck" with "Sawmill (revised)" and give the description you gave in Episode 0657? Just wondering. Thanks.