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Sesame Street: The 30 Dots Collection

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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