Peppermint Park (Partially Found Direct-to-VHS Puppet Series; 1980s)


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Peppermint Park
The Volume 1 VHS
The Volume 1 VHS
Status Partially Found

Peppermint Park was an 80's puppet show that was released straight to VHS sometime between the early 80's and early 90's. It had mainly limited releases normally published by low-money companies and was produced by Mark V Productions.

History

The show was a clone of Sesame Street featuring doll-headed puppets teaching lessons such as letters, colors and numbers. The show's most recent mentioning was by Blameitonjorge on his Top 20 Unintentionally Disturbing Kid's Shows From Around The World.

Because of the shows rarity, only a few clips currently exist on the internet including the opening sequence. The show was produced by Mark V Productions. It is unknown if full episodes exist.

Some known information involves some of the sketches. Ernie loves the letter M and sings a song describing it with words that begin with M. There is also Manyard who sings about being blue to teach other meanings of the word blue.

There was also a Scarecrow, and a video about the gang showcasing bubbles, stoplights, and crackers. No one knows what happened with the franchise.

No full VHS copies exist online; there are only minutes of clips from random episodes available online.

VHS

The Volume 1 and Volume 3 VHS tapes of the series are currently available on Amazon, although Volume 1 is currently out of stock..

Videos

The Letter M
Bubbles
Blue
Scarecrow
Stoplight
First Five Minutes
Red
Crackers

Comments


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Anonymous user #1

5 months ago
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Direct quote from YT user "CringeVision X" who posted most of these:

"I posted all of the puppet segments & ignored the rest. The other stuff on the tapes were boring, like.. dull animated segments about numbers that dragged on & weren't funny or even interesting. So the good stuff has been posted lol"

After a request to post the full videos, he also said he might one day, but that was a while ago.
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Markiegee50X

5 months ago
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I've subbed to Cringevision X and watched BlameitonJorge's video with that show!!
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Anonymous user #2

5 months ago
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Should this still be considered lost if the tapes can be bought online and uploaded with ease?
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Nodog

4 months ago
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Volume 2 hasn't been put online for sale yet. Also, there could be more volumes, or other releases by other low-budget companies.
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YaBoyDioBrando

5 months ago
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I'm #2. Forgot to log in.
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MortoQueiba

5 months ago
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I think this article needs to be rewritten to be more objective. A lot of it is pure opinion.
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Anonymous user #3

5 months ago
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Good god i hope this stays lost.
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Anonymous user #4

4 months ago
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WHAT?
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TellyTubbieArmy

4 months ago
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I think I found a major part of the first episode, but most of it's already on CringeVision X's YT channel. https://www....=AtgYHkZQLG0 If anyone has any more footage/ an actual VHS, please link it to me, thank you.
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Anonymous user #5

4 months ago
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This does still count as lost media (or, at any rate, partially lost/found media) because of the rarity of release. Being essentially a discount Sesame Street with scarier puppets produced by small-time studios and going direct to home video, this is a very obscure series. Little knowledge about it appears to exist, and at this point it's unknown whether Peppermint Park extended beyond the three VHS releases or not. It's also entirely possible that these VHS tapes are now discontinued, with DVD and Blu-ray replacing VHS as the primary mode of home video entertainment. The article doesn't mention whether Amazon itself offers these tapes or whether they're available through a third-party vendor hosted on Amazon.
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Anonymous user #6

3 months ago
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The bubble episode showed up on pyrocynicals channel in the scariest video ever
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Anonymous user #7

3 months ago
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Oh my. If Chadtronic has ever been dabbling in the lost media world. First Pokémon Live, now this.
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Mimitchi33

3 months ago
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This isn't scary to me! The puppets remind me of Eureeka's Castle, but with a more human-like look. Speaking of which, I think we need an entry on here for Eureeka's Castle, as it's also hard to find.
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Anonymous user #9

17 days ago
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Your a person who lives in hell then
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Redketchum

3 months ago
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I may or may not be ordering a vhs tape for this show
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Anon

2 months ago
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According to IMDb there were 9 episodes produced

http://www.i...e/tt2390606/
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TheFoxy3D

1 months ago
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The Letter “M” lyrics



Ernie: Hey, Kids!

Ernie: It’s me, Ernie!

Ernie: Today on “Peppermint Park”, where introducing the letter “M”!

Ernie: It’s such a GREAAAAT letter!

Ernie: Just think of all the words that start with “M”

[crappy jingle plays]



It’s Marvelous,

Magnificent,

I can not imagine life without the letter “M”,

Impossible,

Improbable,

How could you get along without the letter “M”,

How can you order M&Ms without the letter “M”,

What would you say,

What would you do,

What would you call them,

There would be no words like Mississippi,

Maybe mommy, monkey too,

How could a cow go “Moo!” without a small “M”,

No Mayonnaise, No Medicine,

There would be no mumps or measles,

monsters, none of them,

Magnanimous,

Mellifluous,

The one important letter in momentum,

The Letter “M”,

Ernie: Come on, gang! Sing the song with me this time!

[repeats the lyrics, everyone dies]
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Anonymous user #8

1 months ago
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magnificent shitpost.
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Anonymous user #9

17 days ago
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Chadtronic watched all clip and loard god please put this out of existence
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