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Sesame Street: The 30 Dots Collection

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Classic patterns and surprises! Sesame Street‘s 1970s era series about 30 dots has been collected into 13 segments by YouTube user Monsterpiece Theatre. Debuting as an animation set by You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown composer Clark Gesner, the first premiered on episode one of Sesame Street, titled “Dot Bridge #1,” and then expanded into a personality-filled series of vignettes.

Related watching includes Gesner’s Sign Songs for The Electric Company, and more from Sesame Street: Shape Organization, three striped balls & a polka dot ball, and Philip Glass’ Geometry of Circles.

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