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* [[Episode 0721]] -- The Count looks for a job.
* [[Episode 0721]] -- The Count looks for a job.
* [[Episode 0722]] -- Oscar buys paintings at the Grouch Fair.
* [[Episode 0722]] -- Oscar buys paintings at the Grouch Fair.
* [[Episode 0723]] -- Bad Barney blackmails Big Bird.
* [[Episode 0723]] -- [[Bad Barney]] blackmails Big Bird.
* [[Episode 0724]] -- Big Bird wants to send flowers to [[Susan|Susan's]] sick mother.
* [[Episode 0724]] -- Big Bird wants to send flowers to [[Susan|Susan's]] sick mother.
* [[Episode 0725]] -- David leaves Cookie Monster in charge of Hooper's Store.
* [[Episode 0725]] -- David leaves Cookie Monster in charge of Hooper's Store.

Revision as of 04:59, October 27, 2019

Sesame Street
Premiere November 4, 1974 (0666)
Finale May 2, 1975 (0795)
Episodes 130

The Season 6 cast of Sesame Street.


Some of the Season 6 cast crack up (much to Oscar's dismay).


Among the guest stars this season are Richard Pryor (pictured), Arthur Ashe, The Pointer Sisters, Richie Havens, José Feliciano, and Helen Reddy.


Little Jerry and the Monotones perform "Telephone Rock."


The Typewriter makes his first appearance this season.


"Mary Had a Bicycle"


Luis looks for "agua" in the desert.


"The Subway"


"City-Country Song"


"Women Can Be"


Sesame Street's mid-70s closing sequence

Sesame Street Season 6 aired from November 4, 1974 to May 2, 1975.


The curriculum for Season 6 is focusing on affect behavior, divergent thinking, career awareness, and social interactions.[1]


Episodes 0666 - 0795 (130 episodes)


  • Sam Pottle replaces Joe Raposo as music director this season.
  • Starting this season, Roscoe Orman takes over the role of Gordon.
  • This season introduces a new credit crawl featuring the drive through the countryside. This credit crawl would be used up until season 9.
  • This is the last season Jerry Juhl worked on as a writer.
  • This is also the final season to have animated opening number sequences.
  • This season introduces a practice in which episodes that aired two seasons before are recycled and combined with a different set of inserts to create whole new episodes.



Northern Calloway, Emilio Delgado, Will Lee, Loretta Long, Sonia Manzano, Bob McGrath, Roscoe Orman

Jim Henson's Muppets

Caroll Spinney, Frank Oz, Jerry Nelson, Richard Hunt, Fran Brill (uncredited)

Guest Stars

Arthur Ashe, José Feliciano, Richie Havens, Reverend Kirkpatrick, Ed Lipton, Zero Mostel,[1] Richard Pryor, Helen Reddy, Pete Seeger, The Pointer Sisters



David, Luis, Mr. Hooper, Susan, Maria, Bob, Gordon


The Amazing Mumford, Anything Muppets, Bad Bart, Bert, Betty Lou, Biff, Big Bird, Cookie Monster, Count von Count, Don Music, Ernie, Farley, Frazzle, Fred the Wonder Horse, Gladys the Cow, Grover, Guy Smiley, Hard Head Henry Harris, Harvey Kneeslapper, Herry Monster, Mr. Johnson, Kermit the Frog, Lefty the Salesman, Little Chrissy and the Alphabeats, Little Jerry and the Monotones, Oscar the Grouch, Prairie Dawn, Rodeo Rosie, Roosevelt Franklin, Sam the Robot, Sherlock Hemlock, Simon Soundman, Slimey, Smart Tina, Mr. Snuffleupagus, Sully, Suzetta, The Tarnish Brothers, The Twiddlebugs


Season 6 credit crawl

Season 6 credit crawl

credit crawl


  1. 1.0 1.1 Lewiston Evening Journal: Sesame Street Will Begin Its Sixth Season On Monday

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