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The Alphabet Jungle Game is a Sesame Street video released in 1998. Telly, Zoe and Elmo host this direct-to-video release filled with dozens of classic Sesame Street cartoons. The video was written by Mo Willems.

Additional puppeteers: Pam Arciero, Peter Linz

Releases

Segments

Image Segment Description
Cartoon
"Alphabet Jungle"
(EKA: Episode 2954)
FRAME 1
Elmo, Zoe, Telly and three kids welcome the viewer to Alphabet Jungle, where cartoons of each letter hide. Zoe is anxious to see the letter Z. Elmo spots the letter A and the "Soul A".
Cartoon
Soul A!
(EKA: Episode 3773)
Animation
Pencil Box B / b
(EKA: Episode 3040)
Cartoon
A fan reveals the letter C.
(EKA: Episode 2951)
Cartoon
A car drives by the water.
(EKA: Episode 3752)
Animation
D for Dance: Ladies on stage dance a can-can to the tune of "The Infernal Gallop" from Jacques Offenbach's Orpheus in the Underworld, the lyrics of which are all the letter D.
(EKA: Episode 3701)
Elmo is superimposed into the clip, dancing along.
Cartoon
A pencil tries to write the word DANCE.
(EKA: Episode 2226)
Animation
E / e Gregorian chant
(EKA: Episode 3426)
Elmo appears over the segment, reiterating the letter and saying that "E" stands for "Elmo".
Cartoon
Suzie Kabloozie hates the letter F, until all F things disappear, including the furniture, the floor and the firefighter.
Artist: Mo Willems
FRAME 2
Zoe walks in with a G sign, chanting the letter.
Cartoon
Fish form G and g.
(EKA: Episode 3112)
Cartoon
The letter H appears in words on buildings.
(EKA: Episode 3368)
Animation
Pencil box I/i
(EKA: Episode 3040)
FRAME 3
Telly and Zoe fight over the letters I and G; Elmo has them put them together to make the "IG" sound.
Cartoon
A pig dances a jig while wearing a wig.
Artist: Joey Ahlbum
(EKA: Episode 3525)
Animation
Planet J/j
(EKA: Episode 2849)
Film
Ornate Ks fly through the air to a song.
(EKA: Episode 3012)
FRAME 4
Zoe introduces her second favorite letter - "LMNO". However, Elmo points out that that letter is just made of four other letters: L, M, N and O.
Cartoon
L for Laugh
Artists: Vincent Cafarelli & Candy Kugel
(EKA: Episode 2874)
Cartoon
M is for Marvelous Martha
(First: Episode 0013)
Cartoon
Leaves form N and n.
(EKA: Episode 3114)
Cartoon
A woman sings the "O" sound in a brief opera.
(EKA: Episode 3766)
FRAME 4 cont'd
Zoe sees that they're all separate letters, then wonders what comes after O. The kids pop out and yell "P!"
Song
"Letter P Menu"
FRAME 5
Telly shows the letter P stands for "push" as he pushes the segment away...taking himself with it.
Song
"Push!"
(EKA: Episode 3753)
Cartoon
Airplanes carve the letter Q.
(EKA: Episode 3314)
Animation
A capital and lower-case R appear on sheets of paper.
(EKA: Episode 3309)
Animation
Characters on a quilt form the letter S.
Artist: Karen Aqua
(EKA: Episode 3368)
Elmo and Zoe appear over the clip, dancing along.
Cartoon
T for tiger, teapot, television, and taxi.
Artist: Bill Davis
(EKA: Episode 3385)
Cartoon

U knocks on the door of P's apartment. When she answers the door, they go UP.
(EKA: Episode 3864)

Cartoon
V in space
(EKA: Episode 0560)
Animation
W for water, wind, wave and wet
(EKA: Episode 3665)
FRAME 6
Elmo spots the letter X and exclaims "X marks the spot!"
Animation
Stamped and painted X animation.
(EKA: Episode 3006)
Film
Ornate Xs spin around in accompaniment to a song.
(EKA: Episode 3058)
Animation
Y: Yuri, a yellow yak, eats yams and yogurt.
(EKA: Episode 3812)
FRAME 7
Zoe is excited, because now it's time for a Z cartoon! But, Telly points out there's no Zs in the jungle! They do the next best thing: make their own Z. In the style of several Sesame inserts (complete with Maria narration), the monsters float into the sky and make the letter.
Song
"The African Animal Alphabet"
(EKA: Episode 3671)
The explorers appear over the segment, dancing and singing along.
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