We All Sing Together is a 1993 Sesame Street direct-to-video compilation, released as part of the "Sesame Songs Home Video" series.

In the video, Herry Monster hosts "The Monster Report" where he and co-reporters Elmo, Telly and The Count learn about kids, their differences and how they're the same.


Image Segment Description

FRAME 1 Herry is the anchor of "The Monster Report." Today's subject is "kids" (who are they, what they look like, etc.). Herry mentions their fur, until reporter Elmo rushes in with a visual aid that proves kids don't have fur, but skin!
Song Kevin Clash sings "Skin."
(First: Episode 2749)
FRAME 2 Herry confirms kids have skin, but shifts over to the subject of the fur on their heads. Elmo rushes in again and points out that the fur on their heads is called "hair."
Song "Fixin' My Hair"
(First: Episode 2734)
FRAME 3 Herry and the other monsters begin combing their hair (while one is still caught up on the phone). Herry then takes us into the field where Telly, "Monster on the Spot" reporter, is with Dominique, a real kid. Elmo brings him even more of his real kid friends. Telly, overwhelmed, faints.
Film "One Thousand Faces"
(First: Episode 2894)
FRAME 4 A brief bumper for "The Monster Report" is shown.
Animation Cecille sings "I Wanna Be Me." (no intro)
(First: Episode 2791)

FRAME 5 Herry returns from the commercial break and asks "How many kinds of kids are there?" He takes us into the field again, where The Count has been counting kids all day, having counted 4,533 different kids. He then meets a pair of twins, who are both different despite being the same in looks. Herry wonders if there are any blue kids, when Elmo pops in with another discovery – kids can't be blue on the outside, but can feel blue on the inside.
Song "Dancin' Shoes"
(First: Episode 2949)
FRAME 6 Herry dances, singing the previous song, then realizes he's on camera and introduces their next topic – kids and their families. Herry's family rushes in when they hear about this. The family is shocked to learn that even kids have families and Herry turns their attention to the next song.
Song "Mom and Me"
(First: Episode 2462)
FRAME 7 Herry and the rest of the crew (including the blue monster, now covered in phones he's still on the line with) say goodbye to Herry's family and Herry tries to close the report, saying that all kids are different. Elmo then rushes in the studio with Buster, claiming to have the biggest news of the day – that kids are different AND the same! His source is "straight from the horse's mouth" (literally) as we zoom into Buster's mouth to see…
Muppets Buster and Gladys the Cow sing about the ways they're "Different Yet the Same."
(First: Episode 2054)
Song Everyone has the same feelings, "No Matter What." Kids of all types play with a huge beach ball.
(First: Episode 2782)
FRAME 8 Herry is still skeptical about Buster's source and is told he learned straight from kids and we zoom into his mouth again.
Film Children of all kinds sing "We All Sing with the Same Voice."
(First: Episode 1708)
FRAME 9 The crew begins dancing out of the studio. The blue monster who has been busy on the phone the whole video finally gets off. Herry tells them to come back, as the report isn't finished, and Elmo tells him that they're going to play with the kids. Herry rips off his tie and joins them, as Buster takes center stage and begins "The Horse Report." The entire crew form a conga line with some kids as the credits roll and a conga version of "We All Sing with the Same Voice" plays.




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