Lost Media Archive
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Elmo's World is a five-minute-long segment shown at the end of the American children's television program, Sesame Street. It premiered on 1998-11-16 on PBS, as part of the show's structural change and originally ran fifteen minutes at the end of each episode until 2009, but was then rebooted in 2017.

In South Africa and Nigeria, There were some African/English language Dubs made there, The South African dubs are all aired on SABC 2 and the Nigerian English was aired on NTA, Those dubs are Lost or Partially Lost.

Neno's World (Lost South African English Dub)

In South Africa, They made an English Dub in South African and it was a segment in Takalani Sesame. It was Lost for over years, but then the theme song was added to a Multilanguage.

Sesame Steet (Lost Nigerian English Dub)

In Nigeria, There was an English dub that aired on NTA. Only the theme song was found here.

Neno se Wereld (Lost Afrikaans Dub)

There was an Afrikaans dub that was also aired on SABC 2 and was a part of Takalani Sesame. This dub was lost but only the Intro was found in the Theme song's Multilanguage.

Lefase la Neno (Lost Sepedi Dub)

There was a Sepedi dub also aired SABC 2 and also part of Takalani Sesame. This dub was lost but only the Intro was found in the Theme song's Multilanguage.

Shango Įa Neno (Lost Venda Dub)

There was a Venda dub was also aired on SABC 2 and also a Part of Takalani Sesame. This dub was lost but only the Intro was found in the Theme song's Multilanguage.

Umhlaba Kaneno (Lost Zulu Dub)

There was a Zulu dub that was also aired on SABC 2 and also a part of Takalani Sesame. This dub was lost but only the Intro was found in the Theme song's Multilanguage.

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