"Milo Counting" is a series of Sesame Street segments where a man (Milo Mottola) in an outdoor scene holds and presents sequential numbers from 1 to 13 (ending on a different number each segment). The series uses pixilation effects (a variation of stop-motion animation capturing live footage or actors frame by frame), with Milo often taking part in improbable activities such as emerging from a lake or sliding across a field.

The segments were produced in 1996 by Ken Brown and Lisa Crafts. Caleb Sampson composed the score for each segment.


External links

  • Vimeo - Director Ken Brown's upload of the series