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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars My Favorite Tea Cozy!, September 5, 2015
I love these tea cozies made by Thistledown. They are made with such beautiful and well-coordinated fabrics that it's a pleasure to purchase a new one every few years. (Note that they are available in multiple sizes: 8 cup Tea Cozy Fully Lined in Contrast Fabric 8 Cup Size (Mod Cherries) / this 6 cup / 4 cup / 2 cup plus various dome sizes as well)

The Thistledown tea cozy has a fully-enclosed bottom-layer which completely envelopes my teapot and offers generous insulation between the layers of reversible, coordinating fabric. The design allows the handle to remain cool while I pour my tea.

In order to prevent the tea from dribbling onto the lovely fabric I tuck a folded paper towel near the base of the spout, and secure it inside the tea cozy. Another option is to purchase one of these adorable drip catchers MSC Lemon Tea Drip Catcher sold here on Amazon.

Most other, less expensive, tea cozies have only an elasticized open-bottom, so your teapot cannot retain the heat as well.

--This 6-cup size fits best on a 40oz teapot Brown Betty Teapot, 6-Cup which isn't to say that it won't fit several other sizes of Brown Betty teapots.
--I've used it on my 4-cup Brown Betty (32oz), Brown Betty Teapot Ceramic Teapot 4 Cup Black and it fits generously, with only the knob on the lid peeking out of the top.
--I've also tried it on my 8-cup Brown Betty (60oz), and while it does fit, the entire lid is exposed.

While I prefer this style of tea cozy, I also own some of the Traditional English Dome Tea Cozies Traditional English Dome Tea Cozie Fully Lined (Holiday Elegance Ruby) and my comments (on that tent-type) style are these:
--(1) The whole pot remains very hot, including the handle, so you need to be careful lifting the pot to pour yourself a cup of tea.
--(2) The bottom of the pot is fully exposed to your counter or table, so it might be a good idea to put a cork-type trivet underneath which may help retain your teapot's heat better. (I use a cork trivet which I bought in a garden-shop, actually intended for a plant-pot.)

All in all, I highly recommend this very well constructed, pretty, practical Thistledown tea cozy.


Bendon Publishing Disney Winnie-the-Pooh Think, Think, Think (Paint with Water Coloring Book)
Bendon Publishing Disney Winnie-the-Pooh Think, Think, Think (Paint with Water Coloring Book)

5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars MADE IN THE USA ....NOT made in China, July 13, 2014
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***THIS PAINT-WITH-WATER BOOK IS MADE IN THE USA.

***THE INCLUDED PAINT-BRUSH IS MADE IN CHINA (conforms to ASTM D-4236)

The book is printed in Appleton, Wisconsin by Dalmatian Press, LLC.
Dalmatian Press is located in Franklin, TN 37067 and it lists a website on the back of the book @funpup.com.
Copyright 2013 Disney Enterprises, Inc.
The book lists a 'Suggested Retail Price' of $3.99
ISBN 1-4037-6226-0

This paint-with-water book is comprised of 16, one-sided, medium weight (about the same weight as 20# printer paper), perforated pages (aka: tear-and-share).

The images are large, open drawings of Pooh, Piglet, Tigger, Eeyore, Rabbit, Roo and Christopher Robin. The drawings are the familiar images seen in the Disney movie and books from the animated "Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh". The images are printed with those surface, colored dots and stripes that morph into 'paint' when a water-dipped paint-brush touches them.

Comparing the book to the quality of 'paint-by-number' books of 20-30 years ago, I would say that the 'paint' is not as bright (but, in my opinion, it has always been 'watery') and the paper is not as heavyweight as it was.....

HOWEVER....Moms are creatively using the markers mentioned in the q&a section of this product review page...

.... AND the books seem to be enjoyed by this generation of children all-the-same!

(I bought several of these books for my grandchildren and they used the brush with water and were happily 'painting' their Winnie-the-Pooh pages.)


Tea Cozie Fully Lined in Contrast Fabric Made in the USA Fabulous Quality 6 Cup Size (Painted Rose)
Tea Cozie Fully Lined in Contrast Fabric Made in the USA Fabulous Quality 6 Cup Size (Painted Rose)

12 of 12 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars My Favorite Tea Cozy!, February 21, 2013
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I love these tea cozies made by Thistledown.

The Thistledown tea cozy has a fully-enclosed bottom-layer which completely envelopes my teapot. This tea cozy also has generous insulation between the layers of reversible, coordinating fabric. The design allows the handle to remain cool while I pour my tea. My only complaint is related to the teapot itself... in order to prevent the tea from dribbling onto the lovely fabric I tuck a folded paper towel near the base of the spout, and secure it inside the tea cozy. (One of these days I'd like to try one of the MSC Tea Drip Catcher sold here on Amazon.)

Most other, less expensive, tea cozies have only an elasticized open-bottom, so your teapot cannot retain the heat as well.

--This 6-cup size fits best on a 40oz teapot (Brown Betty 6 Cup Tea Pot - Look for "Original Staffordshire Brown Betty" embossed on the base of the Teapot for Quality and Authenticity - Made in England Not China), which isn't to say that it won't fit several other sizes of Brown Betty teapots.
--I've used it on my 4-cup Brown Betty (32oz), and it fits generously, with only the knob on the lid peeking out of the top.
--I've also tried it on my 8-cup Brown Betty (60oz), and while it does fit, the entire lid is exposed.

While I prefer this style of tea cozy, I also own one of the Traditional English Dome Tea Cozie Fully Lined in a Contrast Fabric Made in the USA Fabulous Quality (Blueberry) and my comments (on that tent-type) style are these:
--(1) The whole pot remains very hot, including the handle, so you need to be careful lifting the pot to pour yourself a cup of tea.
--(2) The bottom of the pot is fully exposed to your counter or table, so it might be a good idea to put a cork-type trivet underneath which may help retain your teapot's heat better. (I use a cork trivet I bought in a garden-shop, one intended for a plant-pot.)

I've been considering, and haven't yet tried, one of the more masculine Unisex Tea Cozies Made in the USA Teapot Not Included (Green Zebra) (as gifts for my sons), however the fabric choices seem so much more limited.

All in all, I highly recommend this very well constructed, pretty, practical Thistledown tea cozy.


Hooray for Hollywood
Hooray for Hollywood
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17 of 17 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars SONGS, ARTISTS, COMPOSERS & ORIGINAL FILM TITLES, August 2, 2011
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This review is from: Hooray for Hollywood (Audio CD)
This set was compiled in the EU where I think that songs are legally in the public domain if the recordings are at least 50 years old.

The quality of the recordings isn't the best, but they are clean enough to enjoy, particularly for their historic value. The variety of songs showcase some really great old movies and Hollywood stars.

This set has 3 discs and one small insert. The insert simply lists the song titles, the singers (some incorrectly) and the last names of most of the composers ...and that's all.

The songs are all original recordings made between 1927 and 1955. Most, but not all of them, are taken from the actual movie soundtracks.

DISC 1

1. HOORAY FOR HOLLYWOOD (1937) -- Johnnie "Scat" Davis, Frances Langford, Dick Powell, Gene Krupa, Harry James & Benny Goodman Band -- From the 1937 First National Pictures film "Hollywood Hotel" -- song by Richard A. Whiting / Johnny Mercer

2. THE CONTINENTAL (1934) -- Ginger Rogers & Fred Astaire -- From the 1934 RKO musical comedy film "The Gay Divorcee" -- song by Con Conrad / Herb Magidson

3. FORTY-SECOND STREET (1933) -- Ruby Keeler & Dick Powell -- From the 1933 Warner Brothers musical film "42nd Street" -- song by Harry Warren / Al Dubin

4. BEYOND THE BLUE HORIZON (1930) -- Jeannette MacDonald -- From the 1930 Paramount Pictures musical comedy film "Monte Carlo" -- song by W. Frank Harling / Richard Whiting / Leo Robin

5. YOU STEPPED OUT OF A DREAM (1941) -- Tony Martin -- From the 1941 MGM musical film "Ziegfeld Girl" -- song by Nacio Herb Brown / Gus Kahn [composed in 1940]

6. LULLABY OF BROADWAY (1935) -- Dick Powell -- From the 1935 Warner Brothers musical film "Gold Diggers of 1935" -- song by Harry Warren / Al Dubin

7. MY MAMMY (1927) -- Al Jolson -- From the 1927 Warner Brothers musical film "The Jazz Singer" -- song by Walter Donaldson / Sam M. Lewis / Joe Young [composed in 1918]

8. STORMY WEATHER (1943) -- Lena Horne -- From the 1943 20th Century Fox musical film "Stormy Weather" -- song by Harold Arlen / Ted Koehler [composed in 1933]

9. BOOGIE WOOGIE BUGLE BOY (1941) -- Andrews Sisters -- From the 1941 Universal comedy film "Buck Privates" song by Hughie Prince / Don Ray

10. CARNIVAL IN RIO (1946) -- Desi Arnaz & Lucille Ball -- Lucy dropped in for one of Desi's RCA recording sessions and sang along. She was credited as "A Friend" -- song by J. A. Orlando

11. HOORAY FOR CAPTAIN SPAULDING (1930) -- Groucho Marx -- From the 1930 Paramount Pictures comedy film "Animal Crackers" -- song by Harry Ruby / Burt Kalmar [composed in 1928]

12. DONKEY SERENADE (1937) -- Allan Jones -- From the 1937 MGM musical film "The Firefly" -- song by Rudolf Friml / Herbert Stothart / Robert Wright / Chet Forrest

13. THE LAST TIME I SAW PARIS (1941) -- Kate Smith -- From the 1941 MGM musical film "Lady Be Good" -- song by Jerome Kern / Oscar Hammerstein II

14. YANKEE DOODLE BOY (1942) -- James Cagney -- From the 1942 Warner Bros. biographical musical film "Yankee Doodle Dandy" -- song by George M. Cohan [composed in 1904]

15. ANIMAL CRACKERS IN MY SOUP (1935) -- Shirley Temple -- From the 1935 20th Century Fox musical film "Curly Top" -- song by Ray Henderson / Irving Caeser / Ted Koehler

16. I FALL IN LOVE TOO EASILY (1945) -- Frank Sinatra -- From the 1945 MGM musical comedy film "Anchors Aweigh" -- song by Jule Styne / Sammy Cahn

17. INDIAN LOVE CALL (1936) -- Jeannette MacDonald & Nelson Eddy -- From the 1936 MGM musical operetta film "Rose Marie" -- song by Rudolph Friml / Otto Harbach / Oscar Hammerstein II [composed in 1924]

18. SOMEDAY MY PRINCE WILL COME (1937) -- Adrianna Caselotti -- From the 1937 Walt Disney animated film "Snow White" -- song by Frank Churchill / Larry Morey

19. THE LADY IN THE TUTTI FRUITI HAT (1943) -- Carmen Miranda -- From the 1943 20th Century Fox musical film "The Gang's All Here" -- song by Harry Warren / Leo Robin

20. CAN'T HELP SINGING (1944) -- Deanna Durbin & Robert Paige -- From the 1944 Universal Pictures musical western film "Can't Help Singing" -- song by Jerome Kern / E. Y. Harburg

21. WHEN YOU WISH UPON A STAR (1940) -- Cliff Edwards -- From the 1940 Walt Disney animated film "Pinocchio" -- song by Leigh Harline / Ned Washington

22. MOON OF MANAKOORA (1937) -- Dorothy Lamour -- From the 1937 United Artists film "The Hurricane" -- song by Alfred Newman / Frank Loesser

23. YOU'RE THE TOP (1946) -- Cary Grant & Ginny Simms -- From the 1946 Warner Brothers biographical film "Night And Day" - song by Cole Porter [composed in 1934]

24. A PRETTY GIRL IS LIKE A MELODY (1936) -- Allan Jones -- From the 1936 Universal/MGM musical film "The Great Ziegfeld" -- song by Irving Berlin [composed in 1919]

DISC 2

1. AS TIME GOES BY (1942) -- Dooley Wilson -- from the 1942 Warner Brothers dramatic film "Casablanca" -- song Herman Hupfeld [composed in 1931]

2. CHANGE PARTNERS (1938) -- Fred Astaire -- from the 1938 RKO Radio Pictures musical film "Carefree" -- song by Irving Berlin

3. EASTER PARADE (1948) -- Judy Garland & Fred Astaire -- from the 1948 MGM musical film "Easter Parade" -- song by Irving Berlin [composed in 1933]

4. I GOT RHYTHM (1951) -- Gene Kelly -- from the 1951 MGM musical film "An American In Paris" -- song by George Gershwin / Ira Gershwin [composed in 1930]

5. LOVER, COME BACK TO ME (1940) -- Jeanette MacDonald -- from the 1940 MGM musical film "New Moon" -- song by Sigmund Romberg / Oscar Hammerstein II

6. (We're Off On The) ROAD TO MOROCCO (1948) -- Bob Hope & Bing Crosby -- from the 1948 Paramount comedy film "Road To Morocco" -- song by James Van Heusen / Johnny Burke

7. THE LADY IS A TRAMP (1948) -- Lena Horne -- from the 1948 MGM film "Words And Music" -- song by Richard Rogers / Lorenz Hart [composed in 1937]

8. (You'd Be So) EASY TO LOVE (1936) -- Frances Langford -- from the 1936 MGM musical film "Born To Dance" -- song by Cole Porter [composed in 1936 as "You'd Be So Easy To Love"]

9. ALL OF A SUDDEN MY HEART SINGS (1945) -- Kathryn Grayson -- from the 1945 MGM musical comedy film "Anchors Aweigh" -- song by Laurent Henri Herpin / Harold Rome / Jean Marie Blanvillain

10. ANNIVERSARY SONG (1946) -- Al Jolson -- from the 1946 Columbia Pictures film "The Jolson Story" -- song by Al Jolson / Saul Chaplin [music composed in 1896 as "Waves Of The Danube"]

11. I GET A KICK OUT OF YOU (1936) -- Ethel Merman -- from the 1936 Paramount Pictures musical film "Anything Goes" -- song by Cole Porter [composed in 1934]

12. ROSE MARIE (1936) -- Nelson Eddy -- From the 1936 MGM operetta film "Rose Marie" -- song by Rudolph Friml / Otto Harbach / Oscar Hammerstein II [composed in 1924]

13. THE BOYS IN THE BACK ROOM (1939) -- Marlene Dietrich -- from the 1939 Universal western film "Destry Rides Again" -- song by Frederick Hollander / Frank Loesser

14. THEY SAY IT'S WONDERFUL (1950) -- Betty Hutton & Howard Keel -- from the 1950 MGM musical film "Annie Get Your Gun" -- song by Irving Berlin [composed in 1946]

15. THEY'RE EITHER TOO YOUNG OR TOO OLD (1943) -- Bette Davis -- from the 1943 Warner Brothers film "Thank Your Lucky Stars" -- song by Arthur Schwartz / Frank Loesser

16. IT MIGHT AS WELL BE SPRING (1945) -- Dick Haymes -- from the 1945 20th Century Fox film "State Fair" -- song by Richard Rogers / Oscar Hammerstein II

17. OVER THE RAINBOW (1939) -- Judy Garland -- from the 1939 MGM film "Wizard Of Oz" -- song by Harold Arlen / E. Y. Harburg [composed in 1938]

18. SINGIN' IN THE RAIN (1952) -- Gene Kelly -- from the 1952 MGM musical film "Singin' In The Rain" -- song by Nacio Herb Brown / Arthur Freed / [composed in 1929]

19. ITALIAN STREET SONG (1946) -- Jane Powell -- From the 1946 MGM film "Holiday in Mexico" -- song by Victor Herbert / Rida Johnson Young [composed in 1910] ~Originally composed for the operetta "Naughty Marietta"

20. SWINGING ON A STAR (1944) -- Bing Crosby -- From the 1944 Paramount Pictures film "Going My Way" -- song by Jimmy Van Heusen / Johnny Burke

21. MAKE BELIEVE (1951) -- Kathryn Grayson & Howard Keel -- From the 1951 MGM musical film "Showboat" -- song by Jerome Kern / Oscar Hammerstein II [composed in 1927]

22. TOO LATE NOW (1951) -- Jane Powell -- From the 1951 MGM musical film "Royal Wedding" -- song by Burton Lane / Alan Jay Lerner

23. WHITE CHRISTMAS (1940) -- Bing Crosby -- From the 1942 Paramount Pictures film "Holiday Inn" -- song by Irving Berlin

24. FOR ME AND MY GAL (1942) -- Judy Garland & Gene Kelly -- From the 1942 MGM musical film "For Me And My Gal" -- song by George W. Meyer / Edgar Leslie / E. Ray Goetz [composed in 1917]

25. ZIP-A-DEE-DOO-DAH (1946) -- James Baskett -- From the 1946 Disney live-action film "Song Of The South" -- song by Allie Wrubel / Ray Gilbert

DISC 3

1. PEOPLE WILL SAY WE'RE IN LOVE (1955) -- Gordon MacRae & Shirley Jones -- From the 1955 Magna Theater Corporation musical film "Oklahoma!" -- song by Richard Rogers / Oscar Hammerstein [composed in 1943]

2. WITH A SONG IN MY HEART (1952) -- Jane Froman -- From the 1952 20th Century Fox biographical film "With A Song In My Heart" -- song by Richard Rogers / Lorenz Hart [composed in 1929]

3. THREE COINS IN A FOUNTAIN (1954) -- The Four Aces -- From the 1954 20th Century Fox romantic film "Three Coins In The Fountain" -- song by Jule Styne / Sammy Kahn

4. YOU ARE LOVE (1951) -- Kathryn Grayson & Howard Keel -- From the 1951 MGM musical film "Showboat" -- song by Jerome Kern / Oscar Hammerstein [composed in 1927]

5. BALLAD OF HIGH NOON or DO NOT FORSAKE ME, OH, MY DARLIN' (1952) -- Tex Ritter -- From the 1952 United Artists western film "High Noon" -- song by Dimitri Tiomkin / Ned Washington

6. BABY, IT'S COLD OUTSIDE (1949) -- Esther Williams & Ricardo Montalban -- From the 1949 MGM film "Neptune's Daughter" -- song by Frank Loesser [composed in 1936]

7. BUTTONS AND BOWS (1947) -- Bob Hope -- From the 1948 comedy western film "The Paleface" -- song by Jay Livingston / Ray Evans

8. ABA DABA HONEYMOON (1950) -- Debbie Reynolds & Carleton Carpenter -- From the 1950 MGM romantic musical film "Two Weeks With Love" -- song by Walter Donovan / Arthur Fields [composed in 1914]

9. CHERRY PIN AND APPLE BLOSSOM WHITE (1955) -- Perez Prado -- From the 1955 RKO adventure film "Underwater" -- song by Louiguy (Louis Guglielmi) (composed in 1950]

10. IT'S MAGIC (1947) -- Doris Day -- From the 1947 Warner Brothers film "Romance On The High Seas" -- song by Jules Styne / Sammy Kahn

11. LOVE IS A MANY-SPLENDORED THING (1955) -- The Four Aces -- From the 1955 20th Century Fox film "Love Is A Many-Splendored Thing" -- song by Sammy Fain / Paul Francis Webster

12. MONA LISA (1950) -- Nat King Cole -- From the 1950 Paramount Pictures mystery film "Captain Carey, U.S.A." -- song by Jay Livingston / Ray Evans

13. ON THE ATCHISON, TOPEKA AND THE SANTA FE (1944) -- Judy Garland, Cyd Charisse, Virginia O'Brien, Marjorie Main, Ray Bolger -- From the 1946 MGM musical film "The Harvey Girls" -- song by Harry Warren / Johnny Mercer

14. DIAMONDS ARE A GIRL'S BEST FRIEND (1953) -- Marilyn Monroe -- From the 1953 20th-Century-Fox film "Gentlemen Prefer Blondes" -- Jules Styne / Leo Robin [composed in 1949]

15. HI-LILI, HI LO (1952) -- Leslie Caron & Mel Ferrer -- From the 1953 MGM film "Lili" -- song by Branislau Kaper / Helen Deutsch

16. THOU SWELL (1948) -- June Allyson -- From the 1948 MGM Musical film "Words And Music" -- song by Richard Rogers / Lorenz Hart

17. THUMBELINA (1952) -- Danny Kaye -- From the 1952 Samuel Goldwyn Musical film "Hans Christian Andersen" -- song by Frank Loesser

18. UNCHAINED MELODY (1955) -- Les Baxter Chorus -- From the 1955 Warner Brothers film "Unchained" -- song by Alex North / Hy Zaret

19. HE NEEDS ME (1955) -- Peggy Lee -- Recorded from the 1955 Warner Brothers film "Pete Kelly's Blues" -- song by Arthur Hamilton [composed in 1953]

20. LOVE ME OR LEAVE ME (1955) -- Doris Day -- From the 1955 MGM movie "Love Me Or Leave Me" -- song by Walter Donaldson / Gus Kahn [composed in 1928]

21. BALLIN' THE JACK (1951) -- Danny Kaye -- From the 1951 20th-Century-Fox musical film "On The Riviera" -- song by Chris Smith / Jim Burris [composed in 1913]

22. SECRET LOVE (1953) -- Doris Day -- From the 1953 Warner Brothers western musical film "Calamity Jane" -- song by Sammy Fain / Paul Francis Webster

23. HEAT WAVE (1954) -- Marilyn Monroe -- From the 1954 20th-Century-Fox musical film "There's No Business Like Show Business" -- song by Irving Berlin [composed in 1933]

24. MAKE `EM LAUGH (1952) -- Donald O'Connor -- From the 1952 MGM musical film "Singin' In The Rain" -- song by Nacio Herb Brown / Arthur Freed

25. THERE'S NO BUSINESS LIKE SHOW BUSINESS (1954) -- Howard Keel & Betty Hutton -- From the 1954 20th-Century-Fox musical film "Annie Get Your Gun" -- song by Irving Berlin
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Student CD-ROM Program Part 1 fuw Destinos
Student CD-ROM Program Part 1 fuw Destinos
by MCDOUGAL LITTEL
Edition: CD-ROM
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars ISBN 0072525371 is a SINGLE COMPUTER CD-ROM NOT a 7 CD SET!, April 27, 2011
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YOU MUST INSERT THIS SINGLE DISC INTO A COMPUTER TO USE IT!!! (ISBN 0072525371)

THIS SINGLE COMPUTER CD-ROM IS NOT NECESSARY FOR THE DESTINOS PROGRAM!.

This SINGLE COMPUTER DISC only ENHANCES your Destinos self-study program with quizzes, etc. It is a very poorly designed computer program; the text is IMBEDDED in the software. This makes it impossible to enlarge text for laptop use.

THIS SINGLE CD-ROM COMPUTER DISC Covers Part 1; Lessons 1-26.

The CORRECTED LINK for the "Destinos, Part A: Lessons 1-26, Student Audio CD Program" 7 CD SET is located here: Destinos, Part A: Lessons 1-26, Student Audio CD Program

"Destinos, Part A: Lessons 1-26, Student Audio CD Program"
ISBN-10: 0072504382 or ISBN-13: 978-0072504385.


Gone with the Wind (Two Disc 70th Anniversary Edition)
Gone with the Wind (Two Disc 70th Anniversary Edition)
DVD ~ Clark Gable
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45 of 52 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars HOW TO LIMIT YOUR PRODUCT SEARCH ON AMAZON - FOR SPECIFIC DVD RELEASES / EDITIONS, January 27, 2011
There are almost 1,000 reviews for "GONE WITH THE WIND" VHS Tapes, DVDs & Blu-rays.

TO LIMIT YOUR PRODUCT SEARCH ON AMAZON - FOR SPECIFIC DVD/BLU-RAY RELEASES / EDITIONS :

1. Click on the "CUSTOMER REVIEWS" button near the DVD title.

2. You will be directed to the "CUSTOMER REVIEWS" PAGE for the DVD.

3. In the box labeled: "SEARCH CUSTOMER REVIEWS" you can type in many limitations for your search.

For example, type in "Four-Disc Collector's Edition" or "70th Anniversary Ultimate Collector's Edition" or just the words "Blu-Ray".

4. You can also type in the PRODUCT DETAILS "ASIN" for any DVD.

Following these instructions, you should be able to limit the reviews to your specific DVD edition.

Good Luck.
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A Sesame Street Christmas
A Sesame Street Christmas
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5.0 out of 5 stars MP3 Available of 1975 "MERRY CHRISTMAS FROM SESAME STREET", January 12, 2011
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A view of the original 1975 "MERRY CHRISTMAS FROM SESAME STREET" LP is located on Amazon at Merry Christmas From Sesame Street

All of the LP's original songs (except Side Two #8) are available as an Amazon MP3 download here: Sesame Street: Merry Christmas From Sesame Street

All of the LP's original songs (except Side Two #8) are available as an Amazon CD-R here: Sesame Street: Merry Christmas From Sesame Street

Running time for both the CD-R and the MP3 download is 44.5 minutes.

The 1975 LP SONG & ARTIST list follows:

1. Sesame Street Christmas Overture = Sesame Street Festival Orchestra

2. We Wish You A Merry Christmas = The Company
David, Mr. Hooper, Big Bird, Prairie Dawn, Herry Monster, Gordon, Bob, Grover, Susan, Luis, Maria, the Count, Bert, Ernie, Cookie Monster

3. "Deck The Halls" Medley
Deck the Halls = Bert, Ernie, Herry Monster, Prairie Dawn, the Count
Jingle Bells = Herry Monster, David, Gordon
White Christmas = Bob, Susan, Mr. Hooper
Winter Wonderland = Big Bird

4. I Hate Christmas = Oscar the Grouch

5. A Christmas Story = Mr. Hooper, Bert, Ernie

6. Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas = Bert & Ernie

7. The Twelve Days of Christmas = Cookie Monster, Grover, Bert, Ernie, Oscar, the Count, Big Bird, Smart Tina, Herry Monster, Snuffleupagus, Prairie Dawn, Hardhead Henry Harris

8. "It's Beginning to Look a Lot Like Christmas" Medley
It's Beginning to Look a Lot Like Christmas = Big Bird
Silver Bells = Susan & Gordon
The Christmas Song = Bob
Santa Claus Is Coming to Town = Grover

9. The Night Before Christmas on Sesame Street = David

10. Saludo (Aguinaldo) = Maria & Luis

11. Arrurru = Maria & Luis

12. (All I Want For Christmas Is) My Two Front Teeth = The Count

13. A Christmas Pageant = Bert, Ernie, Prairie Dawn, Herry Monster, Grover, Cookie Monster

14. Keep Christmas With You (All Through The Year) = Susan, Gordon, Big Bird, Luis, David, Bob, Prairie Dawn, Ernie

One song has been omitted from the original LP. It is:

15. (Side Two #8)"We Wish You A Merry Christmas (reprise) = Big Bird, Mr. Hooper, Oscar and Everyone"


Christmas  16 Most Requested Songs
Christmas 16 Most Requested Songs
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5.0 out of 5 stars Also available as an Amazon MP3 (2011), January 12, 2011
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This CD is also available as an MP3 here on Amazon at this link: Christmas 16 Most Requested Songs
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Christmas: 16 Most Requested Songs
Christmas: 16 Most Requested Songs
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2 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars CD STILL AVAILABLE IN 2010, January 12, 2011
This CD is still available here on the Amazon website at this link: Christmas: 16 Most Requested Songs, in addition to the MP3 shown here and the "hard to find" and "used" copies.


Syrup Maraschino -Pack of 12
Syrup Maraschino -Pack of 12
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A Necessity For A Well-Stocked Christmas Bar!, December 23, 2010
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It's really difficult to find this wonderful syrup!

We needed Maraschino Cherry juice for a Christmas beverage recipe but it was impossible to find it bottled in either Liquor or Grocery stores. I finally stumbled upon this Reese Maraschino Cherry Syrup when we were visiting Minnesota (at Target --- near the ice-cream syrups). I was very excited to find and purchase this from an Amazon Marketplace Seller.

One of the great things about this glass-bottled syrup is that it contains NO HIGH FRUCTOSE CORN SYRUP!

Ingredients: sugar, water, citric acid, natural flavor, sodium benzoate (preservative), artificial color (red #40).
Distributed by: World Finer Foods, Inc, Bloomfield, NJ 07003

Nutrition Facts (taken from the label)
Serving Size: 1/4 cup (60ml)
Servings per container: 4
Calories: 180
Total Fat: 0g
Sodium: 10 mg
Total Carb: 46g

FYI: the Christmas beverage is a 2007 Southern Living recipe: "Jingle Juice"
Wow! It really puts you in the Christmas spirit; but be careful, it can catch up with you quickly!
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