Are you aware of the new Ulica Sezamkowej series, "Przyjaciele z Ulicy Sezamkowej", or Friends of Sesame Street? It features, based on the site, dubbed episodes of select modern episodes, and is confirmed that it dubs direct-to-videos, such as Count on Sports.
Hi! No, I wasn't. It sounds like an update of the Sezamkowy Zakątek package, only using more of the full show (i.e. street scenes). If you hadn't seen it, there's a cast list at the Polish Dubbingpedia here, so feel free to have fun with it!
Also, what's your source for the changes to Ulica Sezamkowa? Most of them tally (the list was added by a banned user, so some of it was wrong from the start), but I can't find a source for Jacek Bończyk as Oscar. The Polish Wikipedia page has him as Big Bird, and Jacek Rozenek as Oscar. The Dubbingpedia entry has neither character identified.
Dubs recast often, but the issue is also whether all three played him on the actual Polish co-production (or just people who dubbed him in different projects). What specific sources are you using? Can you include the links? (I see that Abrahamowicz is in fact in the dubbingpedia entry, I just missed it the first time). I think the Aleksander Mikołajczak claim on this wiki is incorrect (we can verify him for the Play With Me Sesame/Elmo's World dubs and the like, and probably at the time I just confused the different projects).
And again, what was your source for Bończyk as Oscar, or did you just misread?
Speaking of "Elmo in Grouchland", I got the French, Dutch, and Italian versions of the film, and there's been a captioning error for the first two. In the French dub, Big Bird's name is Toccata, but the captioning says his name remains the same as the original, and Oscar's name is undubbed, but the captioning says his name is Mordicus, and it was official that "1 Rue Sesamé" was over with the name, titling the street "Rue Sesamé", likewise to the Québec dubs. In the Dutch version, Big Bird's name is Neef Jan, but the subtitles says his name is Pino. Also, the Italian doesn't call the street "Piazza Sésamo", instead leaving the name unlocalized, and remains the characters' names undubbed, such as Ernie not being called Ernesto anymore.
Hey, Andrew! I saw that you were on today, so I wanted to ask you something. I finally got around to playing the records that go to certain issues of Sesame Street Music Magazine. They have Muppet voices on them (talking to an unnamed human host), but they also have clips of outside music, like songs from Billie Holiday and Louis Armstrong, as well as some classical pieces, and sometimes they give the name of the conductor and orchestra, but sometimes they don't. Do those count to give the named singers/classical performers a page? They're not actually performing with the Muppets, but I guess it would be like a clip from an old movie showing up in a Muppet Babies episode. What do you think?
In general, right now my feeling is definitely create a page for the song/piece. For the singer or conductor/composer (when given), note it on the page, and if one's used often enough, they can get a solo page (sort of like we decided to limit composer pages for at least three pieces, unless it was an original composition/collaboration for the Muppets). If there's a single other reference or direct connection, like with Holiday, it shouldn't matter.
Hi, Grant! Good evidence. Your original edit didn't say, and the skit doesn't use gendered pronouns.
When I get a chance, I'll adjust (or feel free to do it yourself; we're moving house, following nearly two months sans internet, so I've been scarce for awhile). I would recommend mentioning the reasons in the edit summary, and in this case maybe a brief parenthetical after the name "(based on coloring and plumage)," since they won't be obvious to everyone. If I have time, I'll try to do so myself.
Hey, I feel like I haven't asked you a question in forever! Have you seen Songs From Iftah Ya Simsim? Paul uploaded it, and it's got tons of information, but it's almost all in Arabic. You don't have any friends who can translate Arabic, do you? I was going to ask if Wikia has anybody who can help us translate it. I wouldn't expect them to do the whole inside cover, but I'd love to at least get the song titles, and maybe any cast and crew information that we need.
What ho! Things have been very complicated the last six or seven months (I owe you a long e-mail), but that's neat. I'll check with my friend in Israel, when he has time; I know he can read *some* Arabic, but he might also know who to pass it on to (the reflection on the photo obliterates some of the text, though, and other lines are blurred).
Well, it's nice that we have one of the record labels, too, which should help out a lot with song titles and maybe songwriter/translator names. I found it funny that it says "Made in France" in English on a record that's recorded in Arabic!
Thanks! Yeah, I'd been meaning for ages (before he passed on) to create something similar to Sesame Street Cast in Other Roles. I wasn't sure whether to make it a standalone page though. I'll probably just work on it there for now, and if it becomes too full/unwieldy, break out. I'll re-arrange in chronological order and add specifics (I just got caught up in other things this week).
It was scrawled in a note (not in actual text). However, I'm about to get out my copy of "Imagination Illustrated" as well. It's possible, since they drew from the same source, I confused which was which. I'll get back to you.
Aha, pg. 130 of Imagination Illustrated, although I thought the same note page (listed as being from 1979, Jim Henson's own brainstorming notes) was on Redbook somewhere. The note pad of "Plots." Here's the relevant text: "Some very good looking dashing leading man type to be Kermits rival - Robt Redford? Chris Reeve?/he's totally in love with Piggy - she treats him like dirt." The next specifies "Piggy works for older woman she worships, turns out to be big criminal." Obviously that was reversed in the final form.
Basically, just add a new line in the list. We usually use asterisks, *, for items in a list. Type the name of the album and place it in brackets, like so: [[Name of Album]].
If the album doesn't have a page yet, it's usually wiser to create it first. Check Category:Sesame Street Albums first though (especially since sometimes titles were changed for re-issues, and single releases are covered in their own list). Hope this helps! (I'm going to be offline for awhile, but if you're still having trouble, let me know what it is specifically and I'll reply when I can.)