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Let's Eat: Funny Food Songs [1999 film] by…

Let's Eat: Funny Food Songs [1999 film]

by Emily Squires (Director), Chris Cerf (Writer), Christine Ferraro (Writer), Tony Geiss (Writer), Luis Santeiro (Writer)2 more, Lisa Simon (Director), Jon Stone (Director)

Other authors: Kevin Clash (Performer)

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Amazon.com (ISBN 0738920061, VHS Tape)

Bubblehead waiter Elmo tires to serve food at Planet Storybook. While hobnobbing with Little Miss Muffet and others, he introduces several Sesame Street songs, including "Cereal Girl" (a satire of "Material Girl") and "The Most Important Meal of the Day." Best bit is Cookie Monster singing about things other than cookies that are good for you. --Doug Thomas

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:15:21 -0400)

Grover the waiter has a new job at Planet Storybook, where he hobnobs with famous storybook characters. When his favorite customer, who happens to be a picky eater, comes in to eat Grover introduces him to all the fabulous foods that he could be enjoying.… (more)

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