Watch Sesame Street: Sing Along
- 31 min
Sesame Street: Sing Along is a charming movie from 1987 that was directed by Jon Stone. The film features the beloved Sesame Street characters, such as Big Bird, Cookie Monster, Oscar the Grouch, and Bert and Ernie. The movie is a singing extravaganza, perfect for children and adults who love catchy tunes and entertaining visuals. The movie begins with Big Bird flying over Sesame Street on his way to meet up with all of his friends. As he lands, he is greeted by a lively group who are all singing and dancing. Together, they embark on a musical journey that takes them through various parts of Sesame Street and beyond. The first stop on their journey is the counting booth, where The Count is busy counting everything he can get his hands on. As the characters join in, they sing the catchy song "Count it Higher" and help The Count count to ten and beyond. Next, the gang visits the park where they are joined by Snuffy for the up-tempo "Sing After Me" song. They all take turns singing and repeating each other until they develop a rhythm and feel the beat. The next stop is the famous Cookie Monster's Kitchen, where Cookie Monster is busy baking up a storm. But he can't help but eat all the cookies, the team reminds him that "C is for Cookie," and they all proceed to sing it out. The group then takes a trip to the zoo to see all the animals. At the zoo, the gang meets a wide variety of animals, from llamas to kangaroos, and sings the classic song "Jazzman" in their honor. Finally, the gang leaves Sesame Street and heads into the galaxy to visit the stars. There, they learn about the planets in our solar system, and sing the well-known tune, "Twinkle Twinkle Little Star." Throughout the movie, the characters display their wonderful personalities and traits through their singing and dancing. The film displays diversity and positivity, and spreads happiness and cheer to all who watch it. Sesame Street: Sing Along features the voices and puppetry of some of the most talented puppeteers in history. Carroll Spinney, who played Big Bird, demonstrates his lovable and childlike innocence, Jerry Nelson brings real humour to the Count and Frank Oz gives Cookie Monster his playful attitude with perfect line delivery. Jim Henson takes on the role of Kermit the Frog, who is there to lead the group in song during some of the most exciting performances. Overall, Sesame Street: Sing Along is a wonderful film that is perfect for children of all ages. It is heartwarming, educational, and entertaining, and is sure to get the whole family singing and dancing along. It is a classic example of the joy that the Sesame Street franchise has brought to families for generations.