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Sesame Street: Bedtime Stories and Songs (1986)

TV-Y | | Short, Family, Fantasy | Video
Cookie Monster sings Moon Was Cookie, and The Count that's right counts sheep. These delightful songs, could soon become your kid's favorite way to go to night night.

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Big Bird (voice)
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Bert / Grover / Cookie Monster / The Biggest Person in the Kingdom (segment "The King's Problem") / The Smallest Person in the Kingdom (segment "The King's Problem") (voice) (archive footage)
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Count von Count / The Smartest Person in the Kingdom (segment "The King's Problem") / The Fastest Person in the Kingdom (segment "The King's Problem") / Singer (segment "The Moon Shines") (voice) (archive footage)
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Martin P. Robinson ...
Telly Monster / Mr. Snuffleupagus (voice)
Pam Arciero ...
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Bryant Young ...
Mr. Snuffleupagus' Back Half (archive footage)
Loretta Long ...
Susan
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Maria (archive footage)
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Gordon (archive footage)
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Narrator (segment "Anansi Tale") (voice) (archive footage) (as Ozzie Davis)
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Cookie Monster sings Moon Was Cookie, and The Count that's right counts sheep. These delightful songs, could soon become your kid's favorite way to go to night night.

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Short | Family | Fantasy | Music

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Edited from Sesame Street (1969) See more »

Soundtracks

Dance Myself to Sleep
(1981) (uncredited)
Music by Christopher Cerf
Lyrics by Christopher Cerf and Norman Stiles
Performed by Ernie (Jim Henson), the Boogie Woogie Sheep, and Ernie's Rubber Duckie
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