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Question regarding the "Sesame Street" A&E Biography...

Discussion in 'Classic Sesame Street' started by manoftheSTREET, May 19, 2002.

  1. manoftheSTREET

    manoftheSTREET New Member

    Hi, my name is John Kilduff, alias manoftheSTREET. I'm into "Sesame Street", even at the age of 19. Why? I like the celebrity appearances and pop-culture spoofs the show has generated.

    My question is as follows:

    On the "Sesame Street" A&E biography, when they show the highlight reel of celebrities who have appeared on the show, who are the actors/actresses/singers/sports stars/politicians/et cetera that appear? I missed this special when it first aired, and I'm ordering it soon, so I want to know what celeb "Sesame Street" clips to which I can look forward.

    Sincerely,

    John "manoftheSTREET" Kilduff
  2. scarecroe

    scarecroe Active Member

    LOL, you sound as if you're trying to justify liking Sesame Street at 19.

    You must be new.

    A warm welcome to you :)
  3. Splurge

    Splurge Member

    I don't recall a "celebrity reel" this time around, although that doesn't mean much since I don't have the special playing in front of me. Two celebrities that spring to mind, though, is:

    James Earl Jones: clips of him reciting the alphabet.

    Al Roker: appearing with Kermit the Frog reporting on the hurricane.
  4. MuppetDude

    MuppetDude Active Member

    I don't think there's a "highlight reel", but if you're talking about when Joan Ganz Cooney and Harry Smith talk about guests, here they are ( or most of them ):

    Jim Carrey: in a performance of "Happy" and "Sad" feet
    James Taylor: singing "Your Smiling Face" to Oscar
    Tony Bennett: singing "Slimey to the Moon" with Big Bird
    Little Richard: singing "Rubber Duckie"
    Ray Charles: singing "Oh, What a Beautiful Morning"
    Robin Williams: showing Elmo the many ways you can play with a stick
  5. manoftheSTREET

    manoftheSTREET New Member

    Aaah...okay. Much appreciated, guys...

    Now I know what to look forward to in that aspect.

    Sincerely,

    John "manoftheSTREET" Kilduff
  6. fishbone

    fishbone Member

    what was the name of the woman who played david's grandma? she was also cliff's mom on the cosby show.
  7. Splurge

    Splurge Member

    Courtesy of Internet Movie Database:
    Clarice Taylor .... Anna Huxtable: Cliff's Mother (1984-1992)


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