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|Produced by||Random House Home Video|
Bedtime Stories & Songs is a 1986 Sesame Street direct-to-video compilation, released on VHS as part of the My Sesame Street Home Video label. The video was re-released with different segments under the new title of Sleepytime Songs & Stories in 1996, and on DVD in 2005.
The framing story involves Big Bird speaking to the audience, offering advice on the best ways to fall asleep. A Honker and her baby stop by, and Telly arrives for a sleepover with heaps of cuddly toys that he couldn't sleep without. Buster the Horse demonstrates how to fall asleep standing up and Susan comments from her apartment window.
- "Dance Myself to Sleep" (EKA: Episode 1707)
- The Count counts sheep (partial)
- Grover pretends that he is on the moon (Bedtime releases only)
- "The Moon Shines" -- animation with vocals by Jerry Nelson (EKA: Episode 2980) (Sleepytime releases only)
- "If Moon Was Cookie" (EKA: Episode 2986)
- The King's Problem with Maria (EKA: Episode 0725) (Bedtime releases only)
- An African story about the sun and the moon narrated by Maria and "Anansi the Spider" (Ossie Davis) (EKA: Episode 3741) (Sleepytime releases only)
- "Snuffle Lullabye" (EKA: Episode 2099)
- "Everybody Sleeps" (Bedtime releases feature the original version, which was replaced with the 1990s remake on Sleepytime releases)
- "Imagination" (EKA: Episode 0713)
- Caroll Spinney as Big Bird
- Jim Henson as Ernie and The King
- Frank Oz as Bert, Grover, Cookie Monster, The Tallest and Smallest Persons in the Kingdom
- Jerry Nelson as Count von Count, The Smartest and Fastest Persons in the Kingdom
- Richard Hunt
- Martin P. Robinson as Mr. Snuffleupagus, Telly Monster and Buster the Horse
- Kevin Clash
- Pam Arciero
- Bryant Young