List of Sesame Street animators

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The following is a list of animators who contributed to the children's television series Sesame Street and the shorts they produced for the show.

Contents

Jane Aaron[edit]

  • Animated inserts for Elmo's World (Series of 68)
    • Letter Garden (series of 26)
    • Ballet-dancing yaks
    • Safari Letters (series of 26)
    • Ornate Numbers (series of 20)
    • 6 circus balls
    • "Between You & Me"
    • Underwater Letters (series of 26)
    • "Adding Pineapples"
    • "Island Song"
    • "What's inside the Kitchen?" (featuring a cameo of Cookie Monster at the end of the song)
    • "Subtracting Rabbits"
    • "Adding Flowers"
    • "The Bunny Shadow Song"
    • "Rolling down the River"
    • "Spring Symphony In The Meadow"
    • Food Songs (series of 26)
    • "In The Middle Of Your Face" (1992 version with Elmo)
    • "Subtracting Penguins"
    • "There Are Chickens In The Room"
    • 5 waltzing chairs
    • Ornate Letters (series of 26)
    • Big and Little Letters (series of 26)
    • "You Don't Have To Be A Grizzly"
    • "Me Photo Album"
    • "Big, Bigger, Biggest"
    • "At the Coastline"
    • "3 Taxi Chairs" (featuring music by Grace Jones - "Pull Up to the Bumper")
    • Growing Numbers (series of 20)
    • Zero in a Cup
    • Push Song
    • "Next To Song"
    • "Just One Strawberry"

Joey Ahlbum[edit]

    • Animated inserts for "Elmo's World" (series of 68)
    • "Tall Short Texans"
    • "The Underwater 9"
    • "Cold 5"
    • "Desert 14"
    • "WASA Mission Tape" (scene from Episode 3698)
    • "Penguins At The Movies: Zero"
    • "Number Song" (live-action/animation)
    • "Ending In Ig"
    • "Ending In Op"
    • "Ending In Ow"
    • "The Number 13 Springs Up"
    • Trucks (number series of 26)
    • Acrobatic Pigs (series of 26)
    • "Here We Are": The Two Cactuses sing "Here We Are".

Karen Aqua[edit]

    • "Imagination": A boy's book comes to life
    • "Dance to the Rhythm": A dog dances with a girl and an alligator
    • "Animals on Parade": Animals walk across the screen, each adding the rhythm of its own walk to the soundtrack as it appears
    • "Dinosaurs on Parade": Dinosaurs and lizards walk across the screen, each adding the rhythm of its own walk to the soundtrack as it appears
    • "10 Masked Creatures" (Some of the masks get reused in "Parade of Numbers")
    • "Fast/Slow": 2 birds dance fast and slow
    • "Pass Along Alphabet": Kids and animals pass the letters of the alphabet from one to the next
    • "10 Dancing Kids": 10 of the kids from "Pass Along Alphabet" freeze dance
    • "The Jumping J Song": A jaguar, jackrabbit, jaybird and jackal jump with a letter J
    • "Wall Of Numbers" (series of 3)
    • "Family Dance": Karen's niece Zoe dances with Karen's brother Hal Aqua's Denver Family
    • "Parade of Numbers" (series of 8) (featuring music by the Revolutionary Snake Ensemble)
    • "Move to the Beat": Karen's niece Zoe teaches a tiger a dance
    • "The Rhyme Time Song": A frog goes for a jog with his friend the hog, and there's also a log. And a quail with a purple tail meets a big snail along the trail.
    • "N Outdoors" (pixelation - not really - just video run backwards)
    • "Dancing Elephant Duet"
    • "Octopus Dance Duet"
    • "Dancing Blue-haired fuzzoo Duet"
    • "Forward/Backward Dance": Women, birds and fish dance forwards and backwards
    • "Dancing Petroglyphs" (series of 7)
    • "Building A Rhythm"
    • "Dancing with Elmo": Elmo and a dog named Dash make up a dance together

Ace&Son[edit]

    • "Art, Math & Jazz"

Cordell Barker[edit]

    • Two flies land on a man's nose and take a bite
    • An alien makes friends with a different alien

Craig Bartlett[edit]

    • "Arnold Rides A Chair"
    • "Big Sister Lillian"
    • Lillian is proud of walking up a hill

Walt Disney and/or Walt Disney Animation Studios[edit]

    • "The First Original Mickey Mouse": Mickey Mouse asks a very early black and white Mickey Mouse, "Are you the first original Mickey Mouse?" (voice of James MacDonald)

Terry Gilliam[edit]

Charlie Hayward[edit]

    • "Rumba Pencils"

Buzzco Associates[edit]

    • "Calcutta Joe" (voice of Jim Thurman)
    • Jake the Snake (voice of Jim Thurman) (series of 26)
    • "Animal Elevator Song"
    • "Green Grow the Ruhses, O" (with help from Jeff Hale)
    • "Red Riding Hood" (voice of Fran Brill & Richard Hunt)
    • "Redwood Tree" (with help from Jeff Hale)
    • "Sixteen Blues"
    • "I Eat The Rainbow Up"
    • "Up n' Down with Captain Brown"
    • "Hey, Diddle Diddle, The Cat and the Fiddle" (with help from Jeff Hale)
    • "Bruce the Moose"
    • "Mother Brown"
    • "The Bird Song" (with help from Jeff Hale)
    • "Sing A Song Of 14" (voice of Jerry Nelson)
    • "13 Turkeys in the Straw"
    • L for Laugh

Lucy Blackwell[edit]

    • Animal flipbook (series of 26)
    • "Nesting Dolls"
    • "Radio Doll"
    • "Esme & Issac"
    • "Oopsy Dopsy"
    • "Mr. Magic"
    • "Elephant's Challenge"
    • "Couch Potatoes"
    • "Mix & Make"
    • "Spinning Tops"
    • "Cootie Catcher Countdown"
    • "Singing Tubes"
    • "Raspberies"
    • "Squeak"
    • "Ten Russian Dolls"
    • "Nature Shapes"

Eli Bauer[edit]

    • "Young McDonald"
    • "The Number 5 Song"
    • "Sofa Imagines"

Gene Barretta[edit]

    • "C in Space"
    • "Washington: None-Some-All"
    • "Budgie #10 Song"
    • "Animal Sign: Picnic"
    • "Empty/Full Tenors"

Fred Calvert[edit]

    • "C - Cat"
    • Q - that funny looking thing!
    • A boy erases things
    • "R - Robber"
    • Letter Poems (series of 26)
    • "Count-Up Elevator"
    • "P: Pirate's Poem"
    • "Egg Chant"
    • "T - Television"
    • "G: The Gorilla"
    • "Q: Quarter"
    • "D: Dudley's Dinner"
    • "K: Kangaroo" (man talks about kangaroos)
    • "Greeblies (10)"
    • "A: Alligator"
    • "B Is For Basket" (with help from Ken Snyder)
    • "M: Mom"
    • "Love Bird"

John Campanaro[edit]

    • "Mixed up Town"

R.O. Blechman[edit]

    • "L: Lips"
    • "Yes Machine"

Fred Crippen[edit]

    • Rocket countdown (with Ken Snyder) (series of 10)
    • "Danny Knows The Alphabet"
    • "V: Virgil Veep"

Bruce Cayard and/or Mike Christy[edit]

    • "Scary Thing" (multi-plane animation by John Canemaker)
    • "The Noble Ostrich" (with help from John Canemaker)
    • "Feed The Cats"
    • "Me and My 'M'" (with help from John Canemaker)
    • "Dirty King" (lost)
    • "Sewing The King's Pants" (with help from John Canemaker)
    • "Love My Bones"
    • "Respect The Flowers"
    • "If You've Lost Your 'L'"
    • "Carrots"
    • "Big and Small Things in a World with a Yellow and White Checkered Ground" (Muzzy says, "I am big!", and falls off a ledge at the end)
    • "Chris Columbus Explores Ants"
    • "Eyeglasses Princess"
    • "These Shoes Are Too Big"
    • "My Cat Story"
    • Snacks on Parade (series of 26)
    • "Eight Little Spiders" (voice of Richard Hunt)
    • "Way To Auntie Mae"
    • "Up & Down: Balls"
    • "Story of Sheep"
    • "Manhole - Abierto"
    • "Drawing Me"
    • "How Plants Travel"
    • "Zero Pep Talk"
    • "He's Mad"
    • "A Bug Poem"
    • "Mr. Crayon" (lost)
    • "Bickering Friends"
    • "U Guys Behind Door Go Up"
    • The Cat Who Hated Rain
    • Guess Who I Met Today
    • "The Hives"
    • "Sick With the Flu"
    • "Wash Your Hands" (with help from John Canemaker)
    • "Secrets Of The Pyramids"
    • "Hummingbird Helicopter" (with help from John Canemaker)
    • "Jungle Room" (with help from John Canemaker)
    • "Why Bears Smile"
    • "Orville's Pride"
    • "Apple, Orange And Pear Song"
    • "Mayonaise Jar"
    • "Earthworm"
    • "Wasting Water"
    • "My Skin"
    • "Radio War"
    • "How Andy Fritz Ate the Sun"
    • "Accidents Happen"
    • "My Dog Pete"
    • Dr. Nancy Einstein (series of 26)
    • "Captain Finney: Ocean"
    • "Three Waltzing Chickens"
    • "Mr. Toothbrush & the Singing Teeth"
    • Harvey Zork (series of 26)
    • "Soda Straw"
    • "My Teeth Poem"
    • "Scared Myself"
    • "Wilma Wiggins"
    • "9 Chickens"
    • "Why Oh Y"
    • "The Smallest Car"
    • "Tango T"
    • "Exercise, Exercise"
    • "Big Daniel Boone and the Bear"

Edward Bakst[edit]

    • The Letter Song (series of 26)

Tee Collins & Vince Collins[edit]

    • "N - Nancy the Goat"
    • "S - Seal tells a story of Six Silly Sailors"
    • "W - Wanda the Witch"
    • X for Xylophone
    • "Weird Bird"
    • "Magic Pig Calpyso Song"
    • "Life is Flashing Before Your Eyes"
    • "Jazzy Alphabet"

Ken Brown and Lisa Crafts[edit]

    • "F - Faces"
    • Rubber Stamp Numbers (series of 10)
    • "Alphabet Photo-Booth"
    • "Imagination M"
    • "Sing The Abc's"
    • "Wooden Clown"
    • "Victorian Vulture"
    • "Love Heart"
    • "Zero"
    • "Happy Birthday!"
    • "Surprise" (pixelation/animation)
    • "Cold Snowmen"
    • "First & Last Toys"
    • "Attention: Body Parts"
    • "Find My Voice"
    • "Food Fun"
    • "Starry Night Rhymes"
    • "One Duck"
    • "Fear Of The Dark"
    • "Letter L On A Starry Night"

Richard Condie[edit]

    • "Boy Prays For The Trees"

Jean-Pierre Dillard[edit]

    • "W: Waffle"
    • "Party Line"
    • "Jump And Dance In Space"
    • "Lucky Number 17"

The Ink Tank[edit]

    • Dog gets stopped by a giant hand (commercial break bumper)
    • Fish gets stopped by a penguin (commercial break bumper)
    • Cat gets stopped by a duck (commercial break bumper)

Hal Mayforth[edit]

    • "Howard Coolsell In Exercise"

Sally Cruikshank[edit]

    • "Above It All"
    • "In With The In Crowd"
    • "I'm Curious"
    • "Part of the Whole"
    • Abstract Numbers (series of 20)
    • "Island of Emotion"
    • "The From Your Head Song"
    • "Dance Myself to Sleep"
    • "Oh What a Fabulous Party"
    • "Beginning, Middle, End"
    • "Your Feet's Too Big"
    • "The Zerkel Dan Song"
    • "The Zerkel Jake Song"
    • "Caribbean Amphibian" (1998 Jimmy Buffett version)

Lynn Tomlinson[edit]

    • "Picking Pea Pods"
    • "Reading Changes Everything"

Klasky Csupo[edit]

    • "Up! Down!"
    • "Water Conversation"
    • "Moonshine Song"
    • "Joe's Lap"
    • "Alphabet Jungle" (mixed-media)

John Schnall[edit]

    • Playing Cards (letter series of 26)
    • Animal Surprise: A man pulls a rabbit out of his hat, but the rabbit turns out to be a different animal (a horse, a lion, an elephant, etc.) (series of 26)

Sanjay Jangid[edit]

    • "Splashmation Letter D"

David Daniels[edit]

    • "Fred the Fish"
    • "Wuntafordy" (strata-cut version)

Bob Boyle[edit]

    • "Song: Why I Love The Letter "y"

Laura Di Trapani[edit]

    • "Same Some for Later"
    • "Seven Cats"
    • "Apple Tree Number 8"
    • Extraordinary Letters (series of 26)
    • Theater Letters (series of 26)
    • The Word is No
    • Stamped and painted X animation

Steve Finkin[edit]

    • "Signing Alphabet"
    • "I Love You"
    • "Morning, Afternoon, Evening, and Night"
    • "Animals"

Eric Chestester[edit]

    • "Mother And Child Draw Love"
    • "Birdie Treat"

Hal Seeger[edit]

    • "Up & Down: Window Shade"

Norm Drew[edit]

    • "Open/Close Window"
    • "Window/Door/House"
    • "Saw, Straw, Hammer"

John R. Dilworth[edit]

    • Noodles & Nedd (series of 26)

Loring Doyle[edit]

    • "Lucky 13"

Bill Davis[edit]

    • "Tiger Presents T"
    • "Z Words On TV"
    • "Dog Balancing Hamburgers"
    • "The Alien & The Boy"
    • "Martian Music"
    • "The Animal Alphabet" (voice of Michael Tucker)
    • "Basketball Measures"
    • "Alien Counts 13 Spaceships"
    • A Yellow Pill Creature's Visit to the Music Store (series of 4)

Will Vinton[edit]

    • Cecille The Ball (series of 26)
    • "Hammer Time with Hammer"

Chermayeff & Geismar[edit]

    • "Three Lines"

David Ellis[edit]

    • -un Tractor (series of 26)

Ray Favata[edit]

    • "Crossing A Street"
    • "Kids Looking At Themselves"
    • "Brush Your Teeth March"

Paul Fierlinger[edit]

    • Teeny Little Super Guy (series of 26) (voice of Jim Thurman)
    • "6 Soccer Socks"
    • Alice Kadeezenberry (series of 26)
    • "What Do We Do Before We Eat?"
    • "Pink Elephant"
    • "Letter O In Grocery Store Sign"
    • "Ice Cream Map"
    • "Dinner for 9"
    • "7 Sopranos"
    • "The Alphabet (Country/Western/Jazz/Mexican Mariachi)"
    • "Hot Dog"
    • "H: Horse"
    • "V: Van"

Filmation[edit]

    • S for Superman
    • Superman battles a giant ape
    • Jughead Jones' J story
    • Batman and Robin (series of 26)

Friz Freleng[edit]

    • The Pink Panther karate-chops a K

Frank Drucker[edit]

    • "Tropical Five" (voice of Dan Zanes)
    • Food Dance (series of 2)

Fred Garbers[edit]

    • "Number One & Only"
    • "Me Tarzan, You Parrot"
    • "Little Dog Lost"
    • "Breakdance Pencil"
    • "Klutzy Spider"
    • "14 Lightning Bugs"
    • "Lightning Bug Shapes"
    • "Dr Geo: Mountain"
    • "Exit Ball"
    • "Cro/Mag Murals"
    • "It's Alive"
    • "Case Of The Four Fliers"
    • "Scruffo the Paintbrush"
    • "Scruffo's Midnight"
    • "Mummy Movers"
    • "B Letter Sound Baker"
    • "Stair Scales"
    • "The Sculptor"
    • "Bathtub Water Comes From Rain"
    • "Gargantuan Big"
    • "Wet Paint Palettes" (cut-out animation)
    • "What's Up???"
    • "Tug O'war"
    • "Mummy's Tape"
    • "Turtle Love"
    • "Drawing A Face"
    • "Gnorks Play Square Ball"
    • "Morphing Maps" (Africa, India, Brazil, China, Australia, Puerto Rico, etc.)
    • "Smiling Sid"
    • "Space Sports On Saturn (18)"
    • "Dino Lunch"
    • "Zero Elephants"
    • "Snuggle S"
    • "Asking U"
    • "Start With S"
    • "Measure Of A Letter Y"
    • Video Words (series of 9)
    • "Sleepy Z"
    • "Anansi's Mouse Tale" (voice of Samuel E. Wright)
    • "Anansi's Sun And Moon" (voice of Samuel E. Wright)
    • "Monkey and Baboon's Compromise" (voice of Samuel E. Wright)

Gary Goldberger & Peter Reynolds[edit]

    • "The O Show"

Clark Gesner[edit]

    • Dot Bridge (series of 8)

Owe Gustafson[edit]

    • Fem Myror är Fler än Fyra Elefanter Number Cartoons (1=one caterpillar, one alligator hatching out of one egg, one snake, and one goldfish in one fishbowl; 2=one cow and one horse, two giraffes, two moles, one dog and one moose, two snails, two goldfish in two fishbowls, and two elephants; 3=three donkeys, three penguins, two snakes and one snake charmer pop out of three baskets, one pelican, one fish, and one frog, three owls, three mice, and two dogs and one puppy in three doghouses; 4=three monkeys and one orangutan, one duck and three ducklings, four coconuts for three gorillas and one wild man, three pigs and one goat, three kittens and one puppy in a basket, four dolphins, and four elephants; 5=five flies on a face's nose, four hippopotamuses and one alligator, five butterflies, five worms in an apple, four horses and one zebra jump over a fence, five swans, and five beavers; 6=five Bactrian camels and one dromedary camel, six piranhas, six ladybugs, six pigs, three kangaroos and three joey kangaroos, and five seals and one penguin dive into a swimming pool; 7=seven starfish, six turtles and one man in a bathing suit emerging out of the sand, six walruses and one walrus pup, six cats and one elephant in a tree, seven piglets, seven owls, and seven rabbits pop out of seven hats; 8=eight frogs, eight legs on an octopus, eight bats, eight buttons on a monkey's vest, eight worms, eight cows, and seven chicks and one alligator hatching out of eight eggs; and 9=nine sheep, eight dogs and one cat eating food in a dog bowl, nine penguins, nine spots on a fish, nine ants, nine birds, and eight tigers and one tiger cub) (series of 63)
    • Fem Myror är Fler än Fyra Elefanter Letter Cartoons (two elephants show the viewer the letter of the day) (series of 27)
    • "Elefanten 1-20": An elephant sings a counting song just by counting to 20 in Swedish, but gets stuck on 14.
    • "Morphing Numbers 1-20"
    • "Hawaiian Sunset 1-20"
    • "A-Ö Sång för Två Elefanter": Two elephants sing the alphabet song just by reciting the Swedish alphabet, but one of them says the wrong letter after O.
    • "Ants Riding in a Rollercoaster 1-20"
    • "Counting Animals 1-20"
    • "Eight Singing Cats"

Jim Henson[edit]

    • Intro for episode 1
    • "Sam the Snake"
    • "Q - Quincy"
    • "U for Unicorn"
    • "King of 8"
    • "Number 11 Cheer"
    • Baker Number Songs (series of 10)
    • "Doll House"
    • "Ball Powder Number 3"
    • "Queen of Six"
    • "Rocks Number 12"
    • "4: Computer"
    • "10: Flying Face"
    • "Operatic Orange"
    • "1-2-3-4-5!"
    • "Bumble Ardy" (with Maurice Sendak)
    • "Seven Monsters" (with Maurice Sendak)


Jeff Hale[edit]

    • Pinball Number Count featuring the Pointer Sisters (series of 12)
    • The Ringmaster (series of 12)
    • Typewriter (series of 26)
    • "V Imagination"
    • "The Lost Kid and the Yo-Yo Man"
    • "The Yo-Yo Man helps a Little Girl remember Bread, Milk, and Butter"
    • "Big and Small"
    • "Hatched Peacock count 20"
    • "How do frogs make more frogs?" (a frog shouts "Hey, Kermit!" at the end)
    • "How do butterflies make more butterflies?" (a butterfly shouts "Hey, Tibi!" at the end)
    • "Counting 1-20 Raga" (and its Spanish language counterpart)
    • "1, 2, 3 Dogs"
    • Detective Man (series of 26)
    • Jazzy Spies Number Count featuring Grace Slick (series of 10)
    • "The 20 Pickle Pie"
    • "Green Grow Rushes Song"
    • "A caterpillar counts his 10 Socks on his Feet"
    • "Hand Print Matching"
    • "Mice & Elephant Monster"
    • "Miners & Mules: Subtraction"
    • "Hey Diddle Song"
    • "Caterpillars Never Wear Brown Boots"
    • "Room Cerrado"
    • "Yes/no Dog"
    • "Madrigal Alphabet (Upper Case)"
    • "Jazz Alphabet (Lower Case)"
    • Consonant and/or Vowel Letter Poems (series of 26)
    • "There Are Chickens in the Trees"
    • "A - Runaway Ape"
    • "J Family Jamboree"
    • "Simple Simon (Sheep Don't Wear Boots)" (2 versions, one of which is the original version, in which the sheep shows off his own legs, hooves, and all, when he takes off the boots) (with help from Derek Lamb)
    • "King Minus"
    • "The Hippo And The Mouse"
    • "Gimme a Big-Bigger-Biggest Balloon"
    • "Rube Goldberg Alphabet"
    • "J Train" (featuring Daws Butler)

Keith Haring[edit]

His work was adapted into a series of seven animated segments for Sesame Street produced by Curious Pictures.

    • "Babies & Dogs"
    • "Keith Haring: Exit"
    • "5 Dancing Men"
    • Abstract #20 (series of 20)
    • "Dog TV"
    • "40 Pigs"
    • "Keith Haring: Telephone"
    • Telephone

Dan Haskett[edit]

    • A cat tries to open a can of cat food
    • A girl trying to open a gate
    • A chicken sits on a football
    • A dog has a discussion with his master (3 versions)

Todd Parr[edit]

    • "When I'm Afraid"

John Moynihan[edit]

    • Cab Callomouse (series of 6)

John Haugse[edit]

    • "In My Book" (early version)

Magnetic Dreams[edit]

    • Intro for episode 4135
    • Traction Jackson (series of 8)
    • The Twiddlebugs (remake series of 4)
    • "I'm The Letter T"
    • "A Squid Says The Alphabet" (live-action/CGI animation)
    • Salty & Pierre (number series of 3)
    • Forest Letters (series of 2)
    • "Hay, Hay, Hay"

Joseph Hung[edit]

    • "16 Acorns"

John Hubley and/or Faith Hubley[edit]

    • "Imagining A Land Of E"
    • "O Imagination Song"
    • "Exit" (polar bear makes an exit)
    • "K: The Kiss"
    • "The Stop Song"
    • "I: A Dog's Bone"
    • "F: Football"
    • "V: Va-voom!" (and its Spanish counterpart, V minuscula)[1]
    • "Baby Fantasy"
    • "O: A Horse And An O"
    • "Baseball Bully"
    • "Apple Indecision" (voice of Jim Thurman)
    • "Song: Birds Count 1-20" (featuring Dizzy Gillespie)
    • "Sound of Letters"
    • "Cat & Mouse Chase"
    • "Penguin Rhythms"
    • "Hungry Letter M"
    • "G is for Glue"
    • "K: Kangaroo" (kangaroo shows words that start with K)
    • "Catch The Kitty"
    • "V-Vitamin"
    • "Uses Of An Object"
    • "Telephone Cat"
    • "S: Snake"
    • "Small j" (and its Spanish counterpart, j minuscula)
    • "Danger"
    • "Animals Eat Raw Plants"
    • "Animals Eat Raw Meat"

Al Jarnow[edit]

    • "Architecture"
    • "The River"
    • "Rocks Do Somersaults"
    • "Number Raps" (series of 20)
    • "Ice"
    • "Shape Organization"
    • "Oysters & Castles"
    • "Skeleton"
    • "Perspective"
    • "Orange-unpeeled/peeled"
    • "New Ball In Town"
    • "10-1 Russian Dolls"
    • "OK Go: Three Primary Colors"
    • "Real Cats Drink Milk"
    • "Every Bit O' Litter Hurts"
    • "Y: The Yak"
    • "Floor Tiles"
    • "Balls Over A Hill"
    • "One Thousand Faces"
    • "Puerto Rican 1-10"
    • "Chinese 1-10"
    • "Box City Recycle Rap"
    • "Earthworks"
    • "Ocean"
    • "Litter Rap"
    • "CH Words"
    • "WH Words"
    • "AKE Words"
    • "OP Words"
    • "We Got the Power!"
    • Typeface (series of 26)
    • "Classifying: Beaded Necklace"
    • "Classifying: Beaded Jacket"
    • Letters on the Street (series of 26)
    • "A Picture of my Friend - Amelia, Kerry, Dai Xi, Katie"
    • "Balancing Apples on Seesaw"
    • "Dancing Sea Shells"
    • "Shoe Hoe-Down"
    • Computer Letters (series of 26)
    • "Computer - Forward/Backward"
    • "Computer - In/Out"
    • "Computer - Short/Tall"
    • "Computer - The Sun Sets BETWEEN the Mountains"
    • "At School"
    • "Zoo Drawing Story"
    • "Billy the Fish Drawing Story"
    • "Family Drawings"
    • "Kerosene Lamp Assembles Itself"
    • Various Letters (series of 26)
    • "Island Time Lapse"
    • "Imagine"
    • "A Storm is Coming" with music of The Pastoral Symphony by Ludwig van Beethoven

Studio Nos[edit]

    • "Frog"

Jim Jinkins[edit]

    • "Jill Went Up the Hill"
    • Global Thingy series

Jennifer Oxley[edit]

    • Janie & Jerome (series of 5)

King Features Syndicate[edit]

Bob Kurtz[edit]

    • "Many Me's"
    • "Lincoln Park Zoo": A rhinoceros, a lion, a penguin, a giraffe, an alligator, a gorilla, a turtle, a snake, an ostrich, and an elephant sing "(It's Brand New) At the Lincoln Park Zoo". (voice of Big Daddy)[2]

John Korty[edit]

    • Thelma Thumb (series of 26)
    • Intro for episode 573
    • "Angry Annie"
    • "Paranoid Bird"
    • "Dark Bark Bump Dump"
    • "My Name Is Joe"
    • "What's At School?"
    • "Self-Conscious Snail": A small snail is jealous of how big a dragon is, so he expands himself into a very large, round snail. He becomes so self-important and big he ends up exploding. (lost)
    • "Self-Conscious Maria": A pregnant Maria is jealous of how big Big Bird is, so she expands herself into a very large, round woman. She becomes so self-important and big she ends up exploding. (live action) (voice of Sonia Manzano)
    • "T-Typewriter/Toe"
    • "What's Inside The Street?"
    • "Pat the Pilot"
    • "What is Donald Proud Of?"

Bill Peckmann[edit]

    • "Car Imagination"

Wachtenheim/Marianetti[edit]

    • "Big K Little K"
    • "H - Hair"
    • "S - Suit"
    • "N - Nacho"
    • "Guppy Ride"
    • "Q-queen Quagmire"

Maurice Sendak[edit]

    • "Broom Adventures"
    • "There's A Zoo In Me"
    • "Up & Down: Window Washer"

Harvey Kurtzman[edit]

    • "Boat" (with help from Phil Kimmelman) (voice of Allen Swift)
    • "Nellie" ("That's not a 9, that's an elephant!")
    • "Count Off" (voice of Hal Smith)
    • "Alphabet Speech" (un-aired)
    • "Number Parade" (un-aired)

Veronika Soul[edit]

    • "Dog"
    • "Balinese Shadows"
    • Letter Diner Songs (series of 2)
    • Egyptian Box (number series of 2)
    • "Missing Flower"
    • "Tiger Legs"
    • "Horses Count To Thirty"
    • "Horses Count To Twenty"
    • "The African Animal Box"
    • "C - Cowboy, Coyote, Campfire, Cactus"
    • "S - Saddle, Spurs, Sombrero"
    • "Horse Shoe and Cowboy Boot Pattern" (sung by Jerry Nelson)

Derek Lamb[edit]

    • "Mad Goat Song"
    • "The Dog Who Said No"
    • "Simple Simon (Sheep Don't Wear Boots)" (2 versions, one of which is the original version, in which the sheep shows off his own legs, hooves, and all, when he takes off the boots) (with help from Jeff Hale)

Aberle Films[edit]

    • "Bear Problem"
    • "New Neighbors"

3ermundo[edit]

    • "Sheep Alphabet"
    • "'LL' Chicken"

TJ Morris[edit]

    • "Paper Chase"

Oscar González Loyo[edit]

    • Lapicito the Pencil (letter series of 17)
    • "Plaza Sesamo Intro 1997-2001" (live-action/animation)
    • "Uno"
    • "Jugetes"
    • "Fiesta"
    • "Rhuda"
    • "Oruga"
    • "Basura"
    • "Nube"
    • "Vaca"
    • "Mar"
    • "Desierto"
    • "Lago"
    • "Escuela"
    • Seasons 28-30 transition bumpers
    • "Machine Sponsor Tag" (featuring Ablaredo, Lola and Pancho)

Frank Gersham[edit]

    • "Bear And Seal Work Together"
    • "Beginning, Middle And End Horn"

Phil Kimmelman[edit]

John Lasseter[edit]

    • Luxo Jr. plays with light and heavy balls
    • Luxo Jr. demonstrates surprise
    • Luxo Jr. jumps up & down in a box
    • Luxo Jr. shows his front & back

Abe Levitow[edit]

    • Willie Wimple (series of 3)
    • "Mr. Tweek Can't Sleep"
    • Heavy & Light: Feather & Bird"

AniBOOM Awards 4[edit]

    • "New Pinball #12" (Florence Animation)
    • "Lonely Number 11" (Mari Jaye)
    • "Question Of The Day: Diversity" (Tony Dusko)
    • "Roll Call" (William Levin)

Jacquie Trowell[edit]

    • "Traffic Light"
    • "Hair Combing"
    • "Red Paints A Flower"
    • "Red's Birthday"
    • "Red & Zed in the Garden" (CGI animation)
    • "Beetles & Lollipop"
    • "Learning to Listen" (CGI animation)
    • "Season Surprises"
    • "Bathtime Fun"
    • "5 Flowers"
    • "Tree Traffic"
    • "Red Paints A Rocket"
    • "Dung Beetle"
    • "Chicken Soccer"
    • "Beetles Find A Leaf"
    • "Getting Back to the Nest"
    • "Corn Planting"
    • "Friends on Swings"
    • "Fish Are Friends" (CGI animation)

Bud Luckey[edit]

    • "Ladybugs' Picnic #12"
    • "It's A Lovely 11 Morning"
    • "10 Turtles"
    • "Martian Beauty #9"
    • "Penny Candy Man #8"
    • "Donnie Bud's Christmas Eve #8 (featuring Santa Claus)"
    • "Alligator King #7"
    • "Six Snails"
    • "Funny Farm"
    • "Four Lions at My Door"
    • "Three On A Fat Lady's Lap"
    • "Two Toucan Two-Steps"
    • "That's About The Size Of It"
    • "Longy & Shorty the Rattlesnakes -- Over There"
    • "Longy & Shorty the Rattlesnakes -- Next To"
    • "Longy & Shorty the Rattlesnakes -- Short & Long"
    • "The Old Woman Who Lived in a Nine"

Chris Hinton[edit]

    • "Man Falls Into A Hole" (and a dinosaur helps him out)
    • "2 Fingers And Dinosaurs"

Fransesco Misseri[edit]

    • "11 Birds In The Nest"
    • "Being a Pig"
    • "You Got An M Song"
    • "Ten Turtles" (remake)
    • "Crab"
    • "3 Song on the Farm"
    • "Freres Jacque Birds"
    • "One Fine Face"
    • "The Frog Prince"
    • "Leaves"
    • "10: Butterfly"
    • "Mannequins"
    • "Maestro"
    • "In The Middle Of Imagination" (claymation)
    • "Music & Dance"
    • "The Little Things Song" (origami/ribbon animation)
    • "Supermarket Countdown"
    • "The Job Song" (origami animation)
    • "Firefighter Sand Drawing"
    • "Animals Sing A Song"
    • "Fruit And Vegetable Emotions"
    • "If Elmo Had A Dinosaur"
    • "King Sculpture Masterpiece"
    • "Get Out Stay Out"
    • "Circus Alphabet"
    • Clay Cavemen (series of 7)- Seven shorts featuring two cute cavemen figuring out a problem. Its stars Brown, who is lazy, clumsy, and flustered, and Red, who is shy, sweet, and cheerful. Red also loves to blush. Brown was voiced by Eric Jacobson and Red was voiced by Joey Mazzarino. Brown's crying voice was performed by Tony Benson and Red's screaming voice was performed by Dee Bradley Baker.
    • "Wacky Wild Waldo"

Brothers Quay[edit]

    • "Rain Dance"

Deanna Morse[edit]

    • "Imagination: Night Sounds"
    • "Dogs Poem"
    • "Hidden Jungle Animals"
    • "Giraffe And The Letter G"
    • "Tiger And The Letter T"
    • "Zebra And The Letter Z"
    • "Bear And The Letter B"
    • "Elephant And The Letter E"
    • "Lion And The Letter L"
    • "Hippopotamus And The Letter H"
    • "Hyena And The Letter H"
    • "Kangaroo And The Letter K"
    • "Monkey And The Letter M"
    • "Ostrich And The Letter O"
    • "Camel And The Letter C"
    • "Gorilla And The Letter G"

Frank & Cauroline Mouris[edit]

    • "Salute To the Banana"
    • Plane Carving (letter series of 26)
    • Art Supplies (letter series of 26)
    • Clown Honking (number series of 20)
    • "Orange Commercial"
    • Fun Factory (letter series of 26)
    • "Apple Riddle"
    • "Parts of An Apple"
    • Chairs And Bears (number series of 20)
    • "Seeing Airport" (with photographs of such)
    • "Car"
    • "Seeing Subway" (with photographs of such)
    • "Pizza!"
    • Fans of Letters (series of 26)
    • "17 Balloon Hats"
    • "19 Kernels"
    • "Toothpaste"
    • "Twenty Eggs"
    • "Dancing Peppers"
    • "Sandwich"
    • "Copycat Cubes"
    • "Origami Chick"
    • "Color Tones"
    • "16 TV Sets on a Truck"
    • "Frogs Demonstrate Up and Down"
    • "Frogs with Wheelbarrow Count to 10"
    • "13 Hamburgers"
    • "A Boy Dreams About Between"

Ron Campbell[edit]

    • "Start And Stop The Race"
    • "Bus Children"
    • "Exit Door"

Tony Dusko[edit]

    • "Everyone Needs A Hug"
    • "Standing Up To A Bully"

Eli Noyes[edit]

Marv Newland[edit]

    • "Uncle Al's Dog"
    • "Doc The Monster"

Ishu Patel[edit]

    • "It's a sperm whale!"
    • "It's a crocodile!"
    • "It's an owl!"
    • "It's a squirrel!"
    • "It's a giraffe!"
    • "It's a monkey!"
    • "It's a cockroach!"
    • "It's an anaconda!"
    • "It's a piranha!"
    • "It's a cobra!"

Janet Perlman[edit]

    • "The Lost Elephant"
    • "4 Tall Things (And A Duck on Stilts)"

Rony Oren[edit]

    • "Wet Paint"
    • "Happy Holidays"
    • "פ Words" (perach, parah, and perar all begin with the Herbrew letter פ)
    • "Here Is Your Life: Hanukkah"

Joanna Priestley[edit]

    • Shy girl wants to join three other children (2 versions)

James Rizzi[edit]

    • A girl describes her face as it is drawn

Rose Rosely[edit]

    • "A - Achoo"
    • "O - Opera"
    • "Dribbling With Mom"
    • "Baby Balloon"
    • "Practice Rollerblading"
    • "A Girl Fantazizes"
    • "Pop Goes The Jacks"
    • "Space Ride To 8"
    • "Pet Show And Tell: Iguana"
    • Felines

Julie Zammarchi[edit]

    • "Here We Are"
    • "Hand Me Downs Toy"
    • "Can-can With D" (2 versions)

Cliff Roberts[edit]

    • Intro for episode 131
    • Intro for episode 179
    • Intro for episode 406
    • Christopher Clumsy (series of 26)
    • Jasper and Julius (series of 26)
    • "P - Picnic"
    • Poverty Letters (series of 26)
    • "Q - Quiet"
    • "Two Body Parts"
    • I've got a mind (series of 26)
    • "Ball Fall"
    • Girl Inflates Letter Balloon (series of 26)
    • "H - Hat"
    • Dry & Wet (series of 26)
    • "A And The Small Story"
    • "Me Sign On TV"
    • "Stones Don't Grow"
    • "City & Country"
    • "Listening to Danger"
    • "Newspaper"
    • "Stranger And The City" (voices of Jim Thurman and Mel Blanc)
    • "What if a Lobster and a Crab switched Bodies?"
    • "What if an Octopus and a Squid switched Bodies?"
    • "Dinosaur Cave People"
    • Back & Front (series of 26)
    • "E: Elephant"
    • "Open"
    • "Out"
    • "In On The Hill"
    • "What if a Dog looked like a Bird?"[3]
    • "What if a Mouse and Lotta Elephant switched Bodies?"[4]
    • "What if a Chicken and a Duck switched Bodies?" (a rooster says, "Well, now I've seen everything.", and commits suicide just by blowing his brains out with a gun at the end)
    • "What if a Horse and a Cow switched Bodies?"
    • "Animals Chasing Each Other"[5]
    • "What if a Frog and a Fly switched Bodies?" (2 versions, one of which is the original version with the original ending, in which the frog that turns into the fly eats the fly that turns into the frog)[6]
    • "What if an Anteater had features of a Giraffe?" (voice of John Byner as the anteater/giraffe with a vocal impression of the Aardvark from The Ant and the Aardvark)[7]
    • "What if a Man and a Woman switched Bodies?"
    • "What if a Spider had features of a Scorpion?"
    • "What if a Turtle and a Rabbit switched Appearances?"[8]
    • "What if a Monkey and a Weasel switched Appearances?" (Pop Goes the Weasel music plays in the background)
    • "The Post Office"
    • "Lines Construction"
    • "What if a Bear and a Bee switched Bodies?"
    • "What if an Owl and a Bat switched Bodies?"
    • "An Elephant Tries To Go Through A Mouse Hole" [9]
    • "What if a Piranha and an Anaconda switched Bodies?"
    • "What if a Baboon and a Mouse Lemur switched Bodies?"
    • "N: The Interview"
    • "Noses On Animals, Noses On Man"
    • "Billy Wears His Seat Belt"
    • "Rhyme: Animals Clothes"
    • I thought a thought (series of 26)
    • "I Got It Alphabet"
    • "A - Apple"

Karen Villarreal[edit]

    • "Seymore The Snail"

Peter Wallach[edit]

Scott Stewart[edit]

    • "Abby's Flying Fairy School"

David Rudman[edit]

    • The Number Guy (series of 4)
    • Flash Gizmo (series of 4)
    • Alphaboy (series of 4)

Ed Seeman[10][edit]

    • Billy Jo Jive (series of 26)

Peter Sis[edit]

    • Madlenka (series of 4)

John Serpentelli[edit]

    • "New in the Neighborhood"

Elwood Smith[edit]

    • "Name That Food!"
    • "Dancing Dog"
    • "Boy And Two By Four"
    • "Rocks Aren't Alive"
    • "The Waking Plant"

Ken Snyder[edit]

    • Alice Braitwaite Goodyshoes (series of 6)[11]
    • Four-armed gypsy counts to 20[12]
    • "Fishing Boy Alphabet"
    • Gloria sings the alphabet
    • "W - Water" (Speech Balloon series)
    • "F - Fly" (Speech Balloon series)
    • "G - Gorilla" (Speech Balloon series)
    • "H - Hitler" (Speech Balloon series)
    • "J - Jam" (Speech Balloon series)
    • "J - Jap" (World War II American soldier fights Japanese soldiers) (Speech Balloon series)
    • "O - Orange Man" (Speech Balloon series)
    • "K -Key" (Speech Balloon series)
    • "The Villain in the Panama Hat" (voice of Mel Blanc)
    • "M: Mouse"
    • "W: Little Girl"
    • "Painting The Letter B" (live-action)
    • "P Is For Painting" (live-action)

Irra Verbitsky[edit]

    • Fruta Manzana (series of 2) (voice of Madeline Kahn)
    • "Butterfly Cloud"
    • "Bunny Hop Pulls Up Carrot"
    • "Tweliva"
    • "Magician's Bad Day" (voice of Don Duga)
    • "Bus Stop Tour"
    • "Flowers Allergy"
    • "Above / Below"
    • "A Clock"
    • "Igor & Dr. Frankenstein"
    • "Robot Star"
    • "Flower Pattern"
    • "Baby Bird"

William Wegman[edit]

    • Fay Ray & Friends (live-action series of 60)

Mo Willems[edit]

    • Suzie Kabloozie (series of 4000) (voice of Ruth Buzzi)
    • Original Jay's dancing pizzas
    • "Octopus On Your Head"
    • "Poet Grubby Groo"
    • "The Happy Portrait"
    • "I'm An Octopus" (with help from School Zone Publishing Company and Panatrope, Inc.) (voice of Alan Oppenheimer)
    • Geography Guy (series of 4)
    • "L Salesman"
    • "W Salesman"
    • Beach Letters (live-action series of 26)

Michael Sporn[edit]

    • "Curious Cat" (performed by Bill Cosby)
    • Hortense (series of 26)
    • The Bellhop (series of 20)
    • "Animal Soup Alphabet"
    • "Four Friends Cooperate Song" (with help from Irra Verbertisky)
    • "Homes Around The World"
    • "Crocodile Smiles Song"
    • "The Stranger"
    • "Hidden Sheep In A Tree"
    • "Chicken Crossing"
    • "Adventure"
    • "Ostrich, Frog, Mole, and Bee"

Jim Simon[edit]

    • "Remembering Milk, Bread & Butter"
    • "Planning Clothes to Wear"
    • "Train No. 2"
    • "I'm Six"
    • "Teeth Care"
    • "Peligro Bird"
    • "A Bass Player counts to 6"[13]

Gahan Wilson[edit]

    • The Bridgekeeper (series of 26)
    • "Danger Sneeze"
    • "Describe Me"
    • "Two Pirates forgot their anchor"
    • "Martian Trees"
    • "Animals Escape The Zoo"

Andy Warhol[edit]

    • "Listen for Traffic"

Stevie Watkins[edit]

    • "Incarceration: Visiting Dad in Prison"

Merrill Aldighieri[edit]

    • Number Creatures (series of 20)
    • "4 Butterflies"
    • "18 Sandwiches"
    • "19 babboons"
    • "3 fish"
    • "5 turtles"

Whitney Lee Savage[edit]

    • A baby climbs the stairs
    • He, She and It (series of 26)

Unknown artist(s)[edit]

    • "Cracks"
    • "Me" (2001 Monolith)
    • "Amor" (2001 Monolith)
    • "Max the Woodchopper and the Tree"

Sources[edit]

  1. ^ Sesame Street:A Celebration - 40 Years of Life on the Street page 241
  2. ^ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FoMyOj2Ou7E
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dDy1Ofopp7I
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZrL8zU4uA1I
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NF201k6u19Y
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s5SfE4Z8b1k
  3. ^ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c2wmvj1DFLI
  4. ^ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JEEZ9Fmtrs8
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BHJZ-IFp6Fo
  5. ^ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t8ifqCKNkMY
  6. ^ Version #1 (Original Version): Yet to be uploaded on YouTube (TBA)
    Version #2: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y3RMS-ohWmA
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EGWOUjfCj7I
  7. ^ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mdPQNaSuG_c
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yYVJEpE-mpc
  8. ^ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AP4Pt9qyomk
  9. ^ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JEEZ9Fmtrs8
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BHJZ-IFp6Fo
  10. ^ https://www.youtube.com/user/cranjo16/search?query=billy+jo+jive
  11. ^ Sesame Street: A Celebration - 40 Years of Life on the Street, page 241
  12. ^ Sesame Street: A Celebration - 40 Years of Life on the Street, page 241
  13. ^ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5XN5xl2GRbw