Batman: Clean and Dirty (lost "Sesame Street" animated segment; 1970)


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Clean and Dirty
Only known verification of this segment's existence.
Only known verification of this segment's existence.
Status Lost

In Season 1 of Sesame Street, Batman and Robin appeared in animated segments done by Filmation, in the same style as their 1969 animated show, The Adventures of Batman.

Batman first appeared in the original test pilot of Sesame Street (available on the DVD, Old School: Volume 2)[1] and later had three more segments in the series.

The first two segments, "Batman Crosses the Street"[2] and "Around/Up/Through"[3] are available on the DVD sets Old School: Volume 1 and 40 Years of Sunny Days respectively.[4]

The third segment, which first aired in Episode 0099, was titled "Clean and Dirty" and was intended to teach kids the difference between clean and dirty. It was 51 seconds long[5] and reportedly featured The Penguin's gang, who had dirty windows.[6][7]

The information on this segment was compiled from materials at the CTW Archives in the University of Maryland.[8][9] It is unknown if any video footage of this segment still exists.

References

  1. Muppet Wiki page on the first test show.
  2. Muppet Wiki page for Old School: Volume 1, verifying this segment's name.
  3. Muppet Wiki page for 40 Years of Sunny Days, verifying this segment's name.
  4. Muppet Wiki page giving description of the segments.
  5. Paper from CTW Archives that gives the official title and the length
  6. Muppet Wiki page giving description of the segments.
  7. Muppet Wiki Page for the episode this segment was in.
  8. Muppet Wiki page on the CTW Archives.
  9. Talkback and sources.

Comments


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There won't be blood

12 months ago
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I honestly didn't know that Batman and Robin were in Sesame Street.
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Gojirob

11 months ago
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There was also at least one Filmation Superman segment, and one featuring Jughead from Archie. Also, Olan Soule, as the voice of Batman, appeared in character, albeit on a screen still, to settle an argument between Bert and Ernie : https://www....=KhRfhZQTL0U
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TeridaxXD001

9 months ago
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Batman on Sesame Street, eh? I guess it makes sense, what with Spider-Man being on The Electric Company.
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Mariolover

5 months ago
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Sesame Workshop probably still has this segment in their vault with all of the other unresurfaced episodes/segments
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Anonymous user #1

5 months ago
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There is also the problem of copyright issues surrounding the Characters of Batman and Robin since Warner Bros. and DC Comics own the rights to both of them.
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Anonymous user #2

5 months ago
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batman cleans up soup

soup soup hgthrygft
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Anonymous user #3

4 months ago
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batman and robin meets Elmo they were both my child hood
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