Sesame Street’s Mad Painter paints the number 7, starring Paul Benedict and featuring Stockard Channing and Jerome Raphel. We especially love the jaunty silent film-style music. After this, watch the number 4, the number 5, the number 6, the number 9, the number 10, the number 11, and the numbers 3 and 8 below:
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One of the many classic scenes in Singin’ in the Rain (1952), the brilliant Donald O’Connor performs Make ‘Em Laugh.
Follow it up with these two: Gene Kelly singin’ and dancin’ in the rain, and Life Has Its Funny Little Ups And Downs, featuring O’Connor skate-dancing.
Follow it up with Jerry Lewis and his invisible typewriter.
There are more classic clips in the archives.
This late night talk show video suggestion from a dad and his five year old takes us back to 1984, an era when David Letterman wore suits made of sponges, rice crispies, potato chips, alka seltzer — with the help of an oxygen mask to shield him from the carbon dioxide being released from the tablets— as well as these two videos of Dave hanging around in a suit of velcro, above, and a magnets suit, below:
Check out more physics-related videos from the archives.