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Count It Higher: Great Music Videos from Sesame Street (1988)



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Credited cast:
Pam Arciero ...
Hoots The Owl (voice) (archive footage)
Kermit The Frog / Ernie / Guy Smiley (voice) (archive footage)
Beetle / Alphabeat / Gladys the Cow (voice) (archive footage)
Noel MacNeal ...
Oscar in 'Do De Rubber Duck' / Dog in 'Doo Wop Hop' (archive footage)
Count Von Count / Biff / 'Over the Top' Lead Singer / Alphabeat (voice)
Muppet Performer (archive footage)
Martin P. Robinson ...
Telly Monster / Announcer (voice)

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1988 (USA)  »

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Did You Know?


The picture on top of the Count's television is of Joe Raposo. See more »


Spun-off from Sesame Street (1969) See more »


ZZ Blues
Music by Christopher Cerf
Lyrics by Sarah Durkee
Performed by: Over the Top
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You Got To Count It Higher!!!!!
21 June 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I remember watching this as a kid of the 80's of course, I recently got to experience this again with my nephew. I like this collection of music videos my favorites have to be the ZZ Top inspired band, and The Beetles with The letter B. The songs are very catchy, and great. Big Bird and Oscar stop by to request videos, Oscar's request being a "mouldy oldie" The video is a little too short there are only 7 videos played. Sesame Street still Rocks!!!! The best part of this is that these videos are classic PRE ELMO craze. This is the time when sesame street was still being viewed through the eyes of Big Bird. Things change we grow up, but I'm glad this was part of my childhood and will continue to be in my life. Sesame Street as always has remained a timeless classic one you can't ever go wrong with.

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