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Open Sesame vs Shalom Sesame

Regarding the last edit summary, the screenshot at Open Sesame is not what's seen in Shalom Sesame. — Scott (talk) 05:21, 16 December 2006 (UTC)

No, but it's what's seen in Sesam, luk dig op and a few others which we don't have recorded yet. They're all mild variations of the same. If you want to reword to distinguish Shalom Sesame from the rest, feel free. I just didn't think there was any reason to give the Australian title it's own stand alone sentence when it's all from the same studio and all along the same lines. -- 05:23, 16 December 2006 (UTC)
Odd. They're very clearly two different styles of animation. Seems sloppy that they'd mix them. — Scott (talk) 05:49, 16 December 2006 (UTC)
Two styles? They're all Bill Davis. Unless you're actually talking about some seperate animated bit used in Australia, and not the open. And since this is getting confusing, to clarify, it's clear from the demo that the Australian and Danish things are precisely the same open. Shalom is a variation, though still with the paper airplane bit. If you want to see the Open Sesame/Sesam Luk bit in full, you can check it out here. -- Andrew Leal (talk) 05:59, 16 December 2006 (UTC)
Actually theres a small difference in the opening of Open Seame and Sesam, luk dig op. The opening for Sesam, luk dig op is a bit longer than Open Sesame. In Open Sesame the logo appears after Ernie and Bert gets to the red and white light house thing. In Sesam, luk dig op they continue the flight past a few Danish monuments in Copenhagen. The statue of the little mermaid, Rundetårn (the round tower), Amalienborg (the royal Castle) Henrik 14:30, 16 December 2006 (UTC)

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