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I don't expect this to be answered right away, but I'm placinga talk box here just so people see it. ASCAP has a listing for a Frank Biondo with exactly one credit to his name: ABC Hip Hop. The liner notes for Super Grover! Ready for Action (soundtrack) back up the information. But could this be the same Biondo? —Scott (talk) 06:44, 4 December 2007 (UTC)
- It seems like it has to be. Googling reveals only a handful of other Frank Biondos, in fields like business management and one's a piano teacher but nobody else even remotely connected to the entertainment business, let alone Sesame Street. As unusual as it seems for a cameraman to write "ABC Hip Hop," it's equally unlikely that there would be two people named Frank Biondo working for Sesame Street (unless it's his son or something, and I can't find anything to support that either). In this case, and given how fairly uncommon the name is (in contrast to other examples), I'd say we assume they're the same unless/until proven otherwise. -- Andrew Leal (talk) 20:54, 5 December 2007 (UTC)