Item description for SESAME S-LEARNING ABOUT LETTERS (DVD) by Carlo Alban, Alan Arkin, Paul Benedict, Larry Block, Lexine Bondoc, Jim Henson, Jim Martin & Randall Balsmeyer...
Movie DVDOutline Big Bird and Telly Monster lead young viewers through the alphabet, letter by letter, in a magical and imaginative half-hour discovery of letters and their sounds. The perfect tape for young Sesame Street fans who are just beginning to get the hang of what letters are all about, it includes short skits, songs, and other bits of business--some original, some culled from the Sesame Street show--featuring a variety of Muppet characters as well as the human residents of that famously educational thoroughfare. --Marshall Fine
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Actors: Carlo Alban, Alan Arkin, Paul Benedict, Larry Block, Lexine Bondoc
Directors: Jim Henson, Jim Martin, Randall Balsmeyer
Format: Color, NTSC
Region Code: 1 (USA & Canada Only)
Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
Audience Rating: Unrated
Studio: GENIUS PRODUCTS INC
Running Time: 30.00 minutes
Record Label GENIUS PRODUCTS INC
Format Color / NTSC
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 7.4" Width: 5.3" Height: 0.6" Weight: 0.2 lbs.
Binding DVD Video
Publisher CHORDANT ACNT# 3707
ISBN 4645127497 ISBN13 0074645127491 UPC 074645127491
Availability 1 units. Availability accurate as of May 23, 2017 01:47.
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Reviews - What do customers think about SESAME S-LEARNING ABOUT LETTERS (DVD)?
Quality lacking Nov 22, 2007
It's all the friends we know and love but the quality of certain scenes of this DVD are grainy and lacking. My 2 yr old doesn't mind of course. Don't expect much Elmo, mainly Big Bird and every other character.
Learning about letters Nov 15, 2007
An oldie but a goodie, this Sesame Street ABC is very entertaining for my 3 year olds (a little less so for the 6 year old, but still a fave of his). C is for cookie is an all-time favourite clip. All the letters are covered in such a variety of creative ways it keeps kids interested. A classic.
It really taught my son the alphabet! Sep 17, 2007
I personally like this video because it is nostalgic for me, I'm the same age as the show Sesame Street and I remember many of the muppet skits from when I was a preschooler. It is a compilation of various Sesame Street skits produced before Elmo's time.
This is my 21 month old son's favorite video and he has started recognizing and saying letters of the alphabet as a result of watching it. The video goes through identifying all the letters giving certain letters specific attention such as a song or a story. Also there's a part where the camera finds and zooms in on each letter of the alphabet A to Z on the streets of 1970's New York City, ie, on manhole covers, street signs, etc. while kids shout the letter name. Later on, the alphabet is run through again in a cartoon form with a voice singing the letters. This is my son's favorite part as he often sings along! There is plenty of repetition which kids need but it teaches in an entertaining way.
I wish there were more vintage Sesame Street videos like this because I get a kick out of going down memory lane. I would trade in annoying characters like Baby Bear to get Kermit the Frog back anyday!
Sesame Street-Learning about Letters Aug 8, 2007
This is the most entertaining way to learn your letters. My Granddaughter wanted to watch it over and over again.
I HATE THIS DVD Jul 26, 2007
This is the worst dvd that I own from SS. It is old & they are sellin it like it is brand new. It says 2004 but the quality is the worst like it may have been made in the 1990's.
My son did not pay it much attention either. Get the All-Star Alphabet that one is fantastic... We both love that one...