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Pentatonix - “C for Cookie/Rubber Ducky”
The quintet will be appearing on ‘Sesame Street' February 14th. And here’s them counting.
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May the cookies be ever in your flavor.
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Cookie Monster parodies “Call Me Maybe” with "Share It Maybe"
We made a joke. You re-blogged like crazy. So we made this video. Share it maybe.
Tim Doyle - “Nest of Doors” and “Sweeping the Clouds”
Both inspired by Sesame Street
Part of Doyle’s solo art show “Unreal Estate” at Spoke Art in San Francisco
We lost Gordon. Can you help us find him? (Seriously.)
Here’s the story, and we’re collecting info on our website, too.
Sesame Street’s debuted 42 years ago today. But like most other TV shows, we had a test pilot. We created it in the summer of 1969, just a few months before the first episode aired. The actor who played Gordon on the show, pictured on the above-linked page (or if you that page goes down, here’s an imgur link, was replaced by an actor named Matt Robinson (who, by the way, is Holly Robinson Peete’s father).
Two years ago, we put together a huge anthology of our then-40 year history… and realized that we do not know who played Gordon in the test pilot. We’ve asked everyone we could think of — actors, actresses, and puppeteers who have been on the show since its inception; Sesame Workshop’s founder, Joan Ganz Cooney; and of course, dug through seemingly endless boxes of documents and photos.
Any clue would be great, even if it’s seemingly esoteric or mundane. You can email it to us at email@example.com with any clues.
Oh, and one other thing: Here’s a clip of our mystery Gordon from that test pilot, above. And yes, Bert and Ernie look a little different than they do nowadays, but then again, Oscar used to be orange.
Sesame Street needs the internet’s help.
This is incredibly interesting. Help find him!
Last time on G, a goat played guitar.
This may in fact be better than Glee itself.
/Film is reporting that Sundance hit Being Elmo will hit theaters in NYC on October 21 and expand in the subsequent weeks. The documentary, directed by Constance Marks, tells the story of puppeteer Kevin Clash and how he successfully realized his dream of becoming a puppeteer, while also detailing the rise of Jim Henson and the Muppets.
BEING ELMO will be distributed through Submarine Deluxe as follows:
October 21 New York, NY IFC CENTER
November 4 Los Angeles, CA Laemmle Theaters
November 4 Seattle, WA Landmark Varsity
November 4 Larkspur, CA Lark Thetater
November 11 San Francisco, CA The Roxie
November 11 Baltimore, MD Charles Theater
November 11 Maitlin, FL Enzian Theatre
November 11 Washington DC Landmark E Street Cinema
November 16 Boston, MA Brattle Theatre
Novmeber 18 Boston, MA Coolidge Corner Theater
November 18 West Newton, MA West Newton, MA
November 18 Philadelphia, PA International House of Film
November 18 Atlanta, GA Landmark Midtown Art
November 18 Minneapolis, MN Landmark Lagoon or Edina
November 18 Santa Fe, NM CCA Santa Fe
November 25 Tucson, AZ The Loft Cinema
November 25 Portland, OR Living Room Theaters
November 25 Coral Gables, FL Living Room Theaters
November 25 Hartford, CT Real Art Ways
November 25 Ann Arbor, MI Michigan Theater
November 25 Hudson, NY Time and Space Limited
December 2 St. Louis, MO Landmark Tivoli or Plaza Frontenac
December 27 Houston, TX MFA Houston
Starting Monday, Feb. 21, Sesame Street will be celebrating “Super Grover 2.0 Week,” featuring a daily segment with everybody’s favorite furry blue superhero. (His powers: the ability to observe, investigate, question, and report phenomena to help kids solve problems.) Click through to watch an exclusive sneak peek of the special Super Grover 2.0 “movie” that debuts on sesamestreet.org next week.
The Blue Knight Rises.
The crew at Sesame Street made an SNL audition tape for Cookie Monster that includes an opening monologue, a “Macarooner” sketch, a weekend update parody, a musical performance by “Cookie Gaga” and goodbyes while the credits run. It’s all a part of a campaign to get Cookie Monster to host the show.