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On a special inner city street, the inhabitants, human and muppet, teach preschool subjects with comedy, cartoons, games, and songs.

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  • Won 6 Primetime Emmys. Another 228 wins & 324 nominations.
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  Big Bird / ... (666 episodes, 1969-2020)
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  Bert / ... (597 episodes, 1969-2014)
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  Herry Monster / ... (582 episodes, 1970-2013)
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  Maria / ... (490 episodes, 1971-2014)
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  Ernie / ... (554 episodes, 1969-2005)
Bob McGrath ...
  Bob / ... (451 episodes, 1969-2017)
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  Telly Monster / ... (440 episodes, 1981-2020)
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  Luis / ... (430 episodes, 1971-2017)
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  Gordon / ... (420 episodes, 1974-2018)
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  Elmo / ... (398 episodes, 1980-2018)
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  Two-Headed Monster / ... (466 episodes, 1972-2005)
Loretta Long ...
  Susan / ... (383 episodes, 1969-2017)
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  Prairie Dawn / ... (343 episodes, 1970-2015)
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  Baby Bear / ... (277 episodes, 1986-2020)
Northern Calloway ...
  David / ... (272 episodes, 1971-2004)
Linda Bove ...
  Linda / ... (216 episodes, 1975-2005)
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  Gina / ... (177 episodes, 1987-2017)
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  Muppet / ... (174 episodes, 1984-2020)
Joey Mazzarino ...
  Murray Monster / ... (162 episodes, 1991-2020)
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  Olivia / ... (164 episodes, 1976-2004)
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  Mr. Hooper / ... (159 episodes, 1969-2004)
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  Rosita / ... (158 episodes, 1991-2020)
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  Telly Monster / ... (154 episodes, 1978-2005)
Camille Bonora ...
  Meryl Sheep / ... (151 episodes, 1987-1998)
Bryant Young ...
  Additional Muppet Performer / ... (141 episodes, 1982-2012)
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  Little Chrissy / ... (132 episodes, 1973-2012)
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  Alan (117 episodes, 1996-2021)
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  Gonger (107 episodes, 2017-2021)
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  Grover / ... (107 episodes, 1987-2020)
Leslie Carrara-Rudolph ...
  Abby Cadabby / ... (102 episodes, 1996-2021)
Fred Garver ...
  Barkley (92 episodes, 1984-1993)
Jim Martin ...
  Muppet / ... (89 episodes, 1988-2012)
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  Ernie / ... (87 episodes, 1990-2013)
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  Uncle Wally / ... (82 episodes, 1984-1998)
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  Moo Wave Vocals / ... (81 episodes, 1983-2012)
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  Teeny Little Superguy / ... (88 episodes, 1969-2004)
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  Muppet / ... (71 episodes, 1987-2021)
Judy Sladky ...
  Additional Muppet Performer / ... (69 episodes, 1987-1998)
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  The Mad Painter / ... (68 episodes, 1972-1988)
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  Muppet / ... (68 episodes, 1985-2020)
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  Self (66 episodes, 1969-2009)
Joe Raposo ...
  Singer 'Somebody Come and Play' / ... (72 episodes, 1969-2001)
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  Singer 'Jazz #6' / ... (65 episodes, 1969-1996)
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  Gonnigan / ... (66 episodes, 1996-2014)
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  Gabi / ... (64 episodes, 1993-2010)
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  Muppet / ... (63 episodes, 1996-2021)
Matt Robinson ...
  Gordon / ... (60 episodes, 1969-2004)
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  Mr. Honker / ... (59 episodes, 1979-2005)
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  Muppet / ... (58 episodes, 2002-2020)
Jeff Moss ...
  Big Jeffy / ... (57 episodes, 1973-1997)

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Plot Summary

The setting is in a small street in a city where children and furry puppet monsters learn about numbers, the alphabet and other pre-school subjects taught in commercial spots, songs and games. Written by Kenneth Chisholm

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Also Known As
  • 123 Avenue B (United States)
  • The Itty-Bitty, Nitty-Gritty Little Kiddy Show (United States)
  • 123 Sesame Street (United States)
  • Sesame Street Unpaved (United States)
  • The Little Kiddy Show (United States)
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  • 55 min
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Trivia When Will Lee died, the production staff decided not to cast another actor as neighborhood grocer Mr. Harold Hooper. Instead, they wrote a special episode dealing with the loss of a loved one ("Goodbye, Mr. Hooper"). When the other cast members talk to Big Bird about the death of loved ones, some are visibly near tears. A child psychologist was brought in to help the writers. The episode announcing Mr. Hooper's death was scheduled for a public holiday, and was publicized in many newspapers so parents could be prepared to answer their children's questions. They were very careful not to say that Mr. Hooper died in a hospital, to avoid making children fear going to the hospital. In polls, fans have consistently voted this episode as the most moving and memorable. See more »
Goofs During the final stanza of the Anything Muppets' song "J Friends", when the four Muppets jump up at the line "Let's jump with Jane", the hair and forehead of Muppet performer Frank Oz are briefly visible at the bottom of the screen. See more »
Movie Connections Edited from Luxo Jr. in 'Surprise' and 'Light & Heavy' (1991). See more »
Soundtracks A NEW WAY TO WALK See more »
Crazy Credits Most episodes aired from 1969 to the 2000s do not have complete closing credits; ending credits usually appeared at the end of the Friday installment, or when another weekday episode ran short. See more »
Quotes Old King Cole: What ho! Bring me my royal pipe. And step on it.
Kermit the Frog: [to the TV audience] At this point, you might think we'd go for the cheap joke. But we're not going to.
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