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Don't Eat the Pictures: Sesame Street at the Metropolitan Museum of Art (1983)

As the Metropolitan Museum of Art closes, Big Bird decides to leave his Sesame Street friends behind in search of Snuffy. Once locked inside for the night, educational hilarity ensues as ... See full summary »

Director:

Jon Stone

Writer:

Tony Geiss
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Nominated for 1 Primetime Emmy. See more awards »

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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Caroll Spinney ... Big Bird / Oscar the Grouch (voice)
Frank Oz ... Bert / Cookie Monster / Grover (voice)
Jerry Nelson ... The Count (voice)
Martin P. Robinson ... Mr. Snuffleupagus (voice)
Richard Hunt ... Muppet Performer (voice)
Brian Muehl Brian Muehl ... Telly Monster (voice)
Jim Henson ... Ernie (voice)
Linda Bove Linda Bove ... Linda
Northern Calloway Northern Calloway ... David
Loretta Long Loretta Long ... Susan
Sonia Manzano ... Maria
Bob McGrath Bob McGrath ... Bob
Roscoe Orman ... Gordon
Alaina Reed-Hall ... Olivia (as Alaina Reed)
Aram Chowdhury Aram Chowdhury ... Prince Sahu
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Storyline

As the Metropolitan Museum of Art closes, Big Bird decides to leave his Sesame Street friends behind in search of Snuffy. Once locked inside for the night, educational hilarity ensues as Big Bird and Snuffy team up to help a small Egyptian boy solve a riddle - as the rest of the cast searches for their big, yellow friend. Written by CourageBagge <courage1999@bellsouth.net>, swt2104@columbia.edu

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Family | Fantasy

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Country:

USA

Release Date:

16 November 1983 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Ne edd meg a k├ępeket! See more »

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Mono

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Quotes

Prince Sahu: I'm Prince Sahure of Egypt, son of the God Userkaf, king of kings, lord of the two lands, conqueror of the East and West, and fabulous fisherman.
Big Bird: Uh, you don't have a nickname, do you?
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The Metropolitan Museum of Art is credited as a special guest star. See more »

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

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I Want to Be Your Friend
Written by Tony Geiss
Performed by Frank Oz
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This was actually taped in 1983...
25 November 2002 | by mindmenagerieSee all my reviews

I remember it so well- I became fascinated with Egyptian culture after watching it. I was eight years old at the time and just watched it for the first time since 1983 last night with my daughter (borrowed it from the public library). I was shocked to find I even remembered the melody and some of the words to "You're gonna be a star", after only seeing it two times back in 1983 (they aired it twice back then, once in the daytime and once in prime time)! That's how much I loved this movie.

Anyway, I was surprised to see it in so many listings as being made in 1987. That may well have been the year the *video* was put out there, but the original tape was aired on PBS in '83. I know that well because I remember clearly that I was in the third grade and we all talked about it in history class. Also, there is a timeline that corroborates this observation of mine.

Great movie! My three-year-old loved it too, even though this was pre-Elmo, Zoe, and all that. The other funny thing was that it was before everyone knew Snuffy was real. I had forgotten that for a long time, no one believed Snuffalupagus existed and thought he was Big Bird's imaginary friend.

Great memories...


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