Who does not know the Sesame Street series? Almost no one has grown up on the old series that came on the air for the first time on November 10, 1969.
The impact of the series is so huge that, beginning in 2009, they began to celebrate the "Sesame Street Day" every year around the world.
In honor of Sesame Street Day, get some interesting facts about the series:
In honor of the 40th anniversary of the series, on November 10, 2009, part of 64th Street in New York, near Broadway, was renamed "Sesame Street."
The series Sesame Street has won more than 100 Emmy Awards.
Ernie wears horizontal stripes on his sweater to make him look calmer; And Bert wears vertical stripes on his sweater to make him look more stressed.
|Ernie and Bert|
Originally Sesame Street series was written for children whose families are in the army. For example, Elmo's father was stationed abroad.
In 2005, Cookie Monster became interested in eating correctly, in fruits and vegetables, and gave up some of the cookies. But he soon returned to his old habbits and claimed that his interest in healthy eating was merely a hoax.
In 2004, Natalie Portman appeared as a character named Natalie. Natalie was Hopper's store manager, who was supposed to appear for three episodes while Alan was on holiday. After recording one episode, Portman began to lose her voice and was unable to continue.
How can you celebrate Sesame Street Day? Look at the episodes of Sesame Street, buy a doll of one of the characters from Sesame Street and say hi to Bid Bird.
November 10 is also World Science Day for Peace and Development and Vanilla Cupcake Day