April 15, 2007

Soft-Shoe Silhouettes "C" Sound Suffix The Electric Company Video

The Electric Company was an educational children's television series produced by the Children's Television Workshop, and broadcast 780 episodes over the course of six seasons, from 1971 to 1977.

The original cast included Morgan Freeman, Rita Moreno, Bill Cosby, Judy Graubart, Lee Chamberlin, and Skip Hinnant. Ken Roberts, who was best known as a soap-opera announcer, was the narrator of some of the segments during the first season. Watch unforgettable video clips of this amazing show every Monday here at Nostalgia Manila!

Soft-Shoe Silhouettes "C" Sound
"C, an, Can! C, ap, Cap! C, up, Cup! C, ut, Cut!"

Lagi mong inaabangan ang segment ng dalawang magkaharap na mukha na nagbubuo ng mga salita. Natutuwa ka pag pinapanuod mo ito dahil panay ang lipad ng mga letra mula sa kanilang mga bibig. Sa tulong ng segment na ito, gumaling ka sa pagbasa at natuto ka rin mag spelling.

More Electric Company Monday video clips: Steady Freddy

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1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Is this Silhouettes "C" clip on DVD?

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