Fisher-Price Elmo Live Encore

September 25, 2017 - Comment
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(as of September 26, 2017 10:28 pm GMT - Details)

In this truly life-like creation, for the first time ever, Elmo seems to actually be speaking as his mouth opens and closes just like the real muppet, Elmo, from Sesame Street. His mannerisms are right on target as his head moves back and forth as he speaks. He waves his arms, sits and stands, even crosses his legs all the while telling stories and jokes, singing songs and playing games. Children can activate the magic with a tickle or a squeeze of Elmo’s foot, tummy, back or nose. Approx. 12″H. Includes 6 “AA” (LR6) alkaline batteries.

Item#: N4673
Ages: 18M+

Product Features

  • Celebrate Sesame Street’s 40th Birthday in 2009 with Elmo Live Encore
  • A refresh to the popular Elmo Live, Encore has all new songs, jokes, a new story and more
  • Activate the magic with a tickle, squeeze of Elmo’s foot, tummy, back or nose
  • Elmo will sing 3 classic songs from Sesame Street
  • Elmo’s mouth opens and closes, his head moves back and forth as he speaks, he waves his arms, sits and stands and even crosses his legs


wishfulexpat says:

Entertaining Elmo I bought the Elmo Live Encore when it was on sale last week here at Amazon. We received Elmo today and I must say that he really does move around pretty well. You’d never mistake him for a live action version, but it’s pretty darned good, if I do say so. So far, my 23 month old son really likes this toy. He was playing with it before I even got it all the way out of the box (which required a master’s degree and hands-on technical training, but I digress). 

J. Conche says:

We love it! My daughter is just getting into Elmo and saw this at the store and didn’t want to leave it there. So we purchased it from Amazon for Christmas. She played with it all day. However, she can be a little afraid of it at times when it turns on without any warning. She loves Elmo and I know she’ll grow out of this “Elmo scary” phase. It’s a cute toy with many features. Even after playing with it for a month we found new things it would say or do.

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