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Sesame Street - Learning About Numbers
Sesame Street - Learning About Numbers
Actors: Jim Henson, Frank Oz, Caroll Spinney, Sonia Manzano, Jerry Nelson
Directors: Jim Henson, Bob Schwarz, Eva Saks, Jim Martin, Jon Stone
Genres: Comedy, Kids & Family, Music Video & Concerts, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Television, Animation
UR     2004     1hr 0min

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Actors: Jim Henson, Frank Oz, Caroll Spinney, Sonia Manzano, Jerry Nelson
Directors: Jim Henson, Bob Schwarz, Eva Saks, Jim Martin, Jon Stone
Genres: Comedy, Kids & Family, Music Video & Concerts, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Television, Animation
Sub-Genres: Animation, Animation, Comedy, Educational, Classics, Family Films, Numbers & Letters, Music Video & Concerts, Animation, Comedy, Kids & Family, Classic TV, Animation
Studio: Sesame Street
Format: DVD - Color
DVD Release Date: 06/08/2004
Original Release Date: 11/10/1969
Theatrical Release Date: 11/10/1969
Release Year: 2004
Run Time: 1hr 0min
Screens: Color
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaDVD Credits: 1
Total Copies: 2
Members Wishing: 0
MPAA Rating: Unrated
Languages: English

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Movie Reviews

Classic Sesame Street!
Lisa Manske | Wauwatosa, WI USA | 01/14/2004
(5 out of 5 stars)

"If you grew up watching Sesame Street, then you will LOVE having this video for your kids. You will recognize many of the songs and skits. No, it is not as flashy and digital as modern Sesame Street, but that's a good thing, in my opinion. If your children watch a lot of TV, their attention span might not allow them to watch this video. If you prefer to use TV/videos sparingly, like we do, your kids will love it as much as you will. I just hope they put this on DVD!"
One of the best of the Sesame Street videos
Lisa Manske | 12/29/1999
(4 out of 5 stars)

"This video has a few of the very best clips from Sesame Street ever---like the one where cats go in a dollhouse and knock down the little cups, and the one where a ball goes down an elaborate roller coaster setup, and then is ground up into smaller balls which go on ice cream sundaes! My boys love to watch this. My only problem with it is Big Bird's try at acting like Johnny Carson---it's out of character. He acts nothing like his regular personality in the between clips part of this video, and that's a little annoying, but not terribly so."
Good for beginners
msrachee | Philadelphia, PA United States | 12/05/2001
(3 out of 5 stars)

"This is standard Sesame Street, pre-Elmo. Big Bird is the host of a game show that introduces numbers through clips and songs. My little one doesn't seem to like thistape, she wanders from the TV whenever it's on but for the child of the '70's this is the tape to have from the king in the castle to the martian girl."
Great, but why does this need a regional code?!?
DEM | Germany | 07/24/2006
(4 out of 5 stars)

"My daughter loves the DVD, although the lower numbers are definitely a bit boring--for both of us! Unlike one of the other Sesame Street DVDs we have, this one forces you to watch a minute-long spiel on how the money used to buy the DVD goes to support children's programming all over the world. I can't get my computer to skip over it. Which brings me to the next point: WHY is there a regional code on this and other Sesame Street DVDs? I'm in Germany, and I have to watch these on my computer instead of TV because some schmo at Sony thought the DVD should only be viewable in North America? How does Sony or anyone else benefit from this? There are millions of Americans living abroad who want their children to see these, and the regional coding just results in fewer people buying the product. Sigh... Anyway, it's very good, and Elmo-free."