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In [[2001]], the Arts & Entertainment Network (A&E) produced an episode of their television documentary series '''''Biography''''' focusing on the history of ''[[Sesame Street]]''.
 
In [[2001]], the Arts & Entertainment Network (A&E) produced an episode of their television documentary series '''''Biography''''' focusing on the history of ''[[Sesame Street]]''.
   
Hosted by [[Harry Smith]], the hour and one-half sepcial features interviews with [[Lorretta Long]], [[Bob McGrath]], [[Sonia Manzano]], [[Caroll Spinney]], [[Steve Whitmire]], [[Lisa Henson]], [[Kevin Clash]], [[Frank Oz]], and [[Joan Ganz Cooney]]. Some of the topics discussed in the documentary include the test pilots, [[Jim Henson]]'s early works, [[Mr. Hooper]]'s death, behind the scenes of the hurricane episodes, and the popularity of [[Elmo]].
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Hosted by [[Harry Smith]], the hour and one-half sepcial features interviews with [[Lorretta Long]], [[Bob McGrath]], [[Sonia Manzano]], [[Caroll Spinney]], [[Steve Whitmire]], [[Cheryl Henson]], [[Kevin Clash]], [[Frank Oz]], and [[Joan Ganz Cooney]]. Some of the topics discussed in the documentary include the test pilots, [[Jim Henson]]'s early works, [[Mr. Hooper]]'s death, behind the scenes of the hurricane episodes, and the popularity of [[Elmo]].
   
 
It was released on VHS and DVD-R direct from the distributor's site only.
 
It was released on VHS and DVD-R direct from the distributor's site only.

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In 2001, the Arts & Entertainment Network (A&E) produced an episode of their television documentary series Biography focusing on the history of Sesame Street.

Hosted by Harry Smith, the hour and one-half sepcial features interviews with Lorretta Long, Bob McGrath, Sonia Manzano, Caroll Spinney, Steve Whitmire, Cheryl Henson, Kevin Clash, Frank Oz, and Joan Ganz Cooney. Some of the topics discussed in the documentary include the test pilots, Jim Henson's early works, Mr. Hooper's death, behind the scenes of the hurricane episodes, and the popularity of Elmo.

It was released on VHS and DVD-R direct from the distributor's site only.

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