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"Elmo's World" is a segment of the children's television show Sesame Street featuring Elmo, a small,three-year-old, bright red monster. It debuted on November 16, 1998.

The segment takes place in a computer animated crayon-drawn room imagined by Elmo. Each day, there are a series of skits and interviews Elmo then reveals the answer by opening his door in his room. The show also features Mr. Noodle, a human mime character, and Elmo's pet goldfish, Dorothy.

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Characters

Elmo
Dorothy
Mr. Noodle, Elmo's friend
Mr. Noodle's brother, Mr. Noodle
Mr. Noodle's sister, Ms. Noodle
Mr. Noodle's other sister
The [subject] Lady/Bubbles Martin

Internationally

"Elmo's World" is not packaged with any of the international co-productions of Sesame Street, but instead distributed separately, and in many cases dubbed.

The series airs on the cable network Treehouse TV in Canada[1], on the United Kingdom channel Five and satellite lifestyle channel LivingTV, and dubbed in Irish on TG4 as Elmo Anseo (Elmo here).

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Elmers Verden

Elmers Verden is the Danish version of Elmo's World. It was first shown on TV2 Denmark in the late 1990s and again during the summer of 2002. Around 2004, DR1 bought 45 episodes of the show. The most recent run of it has been on DR1 during the summer of 2006.

The voice dubbing for this version is directed by Jens Davidsen, based on translations by the company Tekstkontoret, at the studios of Adaptor D&D. Elmer is voiced by Troels Walther, while Karin Jagd, Amin Jensen, Tom Jensen, Jan Tellefsen, and Gry Trampedach provide additional characters. Walther, Jensen, and Jensen are reprising their roles from Sesam, luk dig op. Any segments with children were dubbed by Viktor Ryle Schack and Olivia Steffe.

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