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Sesame Street – Put Down the Duckie

Sesame Street: Put Down the Duckie DVDThe stars come out on Sesame Street in this fun-filled video featuring some of the show’s most memorable moments. Phil Donahue offers a shocking expose about life on "the Street." Newsman Robert MacNeil investigates "Cookiegate." And when Ernie wants to play the blues, an all-star cast, including Madeline Kahn, Paul Simon, Danny DeVito, Wynton Marsalis, Jeremy Irons, and many more have a few words of musical advice: "Put Down The Duckie." Join in the rousing sing-along and all the hilarious fun in this star-studded celebration!]]>

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