Sesame Street: 25 Wonderful Years: A Musical Celebration! Trailer

Sesame Street: 25 Wonderful Years: A Musical Celebration! Trailer (1993)

29 October 1993 Family

Muppets, monsters, friends and family - they're all invited to a very special sing-along on the most famous street in the world! Released to coincide with the long-running children's series' silver jubilee, "Sesame Street: 25 Wonderful Years: A Musical Celebration!" (1993) brings together beloved characters Big Bird, Bert and Ernie, Elmo, and more for a funny, nostalgic, and tuneful retrospective of the groundbreaking educational program. Timeless hits "C is for Cookie," "Bein' Green," "Rubber Duckie," "Sing," and many more are included in this hour-long special.

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