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PBS’s “Sesame Street” marks its 40th anniversary in 2009. A look at of one of the longest-running and most influential shows on television.
- Michael Davis is a writer and former Senior Editor for "TV Guide" magazine. He has also worked for "The Baltimore Sun" and "Chicago Sun-Times."
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