Nov 10, 2009

Sweeping the clouds away for 40 years now !!





WOW, can you believe that it has been 40 years already?

WOAH!

I grew up watching Sesame Street.
My kids watched/watch Sesame Street.
There's no other children's show like it, that's for sure.



To help celebrate 40 years, Vivendi Entertainment and Sesame Workshop is releasing Sesame Street: 40 years of Sunny Days.

A little bit about this dvd:

The two-disc set, SESAME STREET: 40 YEARS OF SUNNY DAYS, features a wide selection of iconic segments of past and present from Ernie’s bath-time song “Rubber Duckie” (Season One), which topped the Top-40 charts for seven weeks; to Kevin Clash’s first episode as Elmo (Season 17); to Maria and Luis’ wedding
(Season 19); to Abby Cadabby’s arrival on Sesame Street (Season 37), and much more. Fans can also watch some of their favorite celebrity segments including James Taylor, Pattie Labelle, Smokey Robinson and Feist!

A limited edition, hard cover commemorative book compliments the set. An amazing anniversary celebration for fans young and old, the commemorative two-disc DVD set SESAME STREET: 40 YEARS OF SUNNY DAYS will be available for the suggested retail price of $29.93.

Sesame Street fans of all ages will enjoy this box set.
I've been enjoying watching these with my own children.

Sunny days....
Sweepin' the clouds away

Can ya tell me how to get.... how to get to Sesame Street

My all time favorite Sesame Street skit:
Sesame Street pinball

1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10
11.....12....
dododododododododo

LOVED IT!

Disclaimer: BHImpact sent me a copy of this dvd collection to review. The thoughts on the dvd are entirely my own (or my families). I did NOT receive any other compensation for posting this review.


3 comments:

Annie said...

Is it really 40 years old? I am 25 years old and remember watching Maria on Seseme street as a child...I love this show!

The Perfect Trio said...

I love Sesame Street still to this day! I can still sit and watch it!

Emilie said...

Watchin' Sesame Street right now! I don't really care for their new format though. What's up with animating the Sesame Street characters? I'd rather see Jim Henson's original creations: The Muppets! I don't like the claymation Bert and Ernie. :(

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