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Alan Scott at the 1970 Billboard Annual Radio Programming Forum

Alan Scott (full name Alan Robert Scott) was a lyricist and writer who, with Keith Textor and their respective wives, formed Scott-Textor Productions Inc. (working primarily on commercials). Scott and wife Marilyn Scott, with Textor, worked on several animated segments for the early seasons of Sesame Street. Notably, Alan Scott wrote the lyrics for "Dollhouse" (with Marilyn Scott and Textor composing music), as well as contributing to "Eleven Cheer" and "1-2-3-4-5!"

For The Muppets Valentine Special, Scott served as music coordinator (with Textor as arranger/conductor). He also worked with Jim Henson on an unrealized musical adaptation of the James Thurber children's book The 13 Clocks.

With Marilyn Scott and Textor, Alan Scott co-wrote songs for 1970s albums featuring the Keith Textor Singers. He co-wrote the book and wrote all lyrics for the 1963 Bob Banner musical Apollo and Miss Agnes (again with Marilyn Scott and Textor composing).

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