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Sesame Street
Season premiere August 20, 1991 (0956)
Season finale September 1, 1992 (0965)
No. of episodes

Sesame Street's 3rd Season Premiered on August 20, 1999 to September 1, 1992

Season overviewEdit

None.


Parodies

None.

Episode 0956 - 0965 - 12 Episode

Episode 0956 - Little Jerry Sings His Songs

Episode 0957 - The SS Rubber Duckie

Episode 0958 - Friendship Day

Episode 0959 - The Pool Contest

Episode 0960 - A Sesame Street Christmas

Episode 0961 - The Talent Show

Episode 0962 - Charlie Makes Recipes

Episode 0963 - The Magic Show

Episode 0964 - The Sesame Farm

Episode 0965 - Nursery Rhyme Day



Muppets

Humans

Muppeteers

Actors

Guest Stars


Executive Producer: Carol-Lynn Parente Coordinating Producer: April Chadderdon Line Producer: Stephanie Longardo Senior Producer: Tim Carter Producers: Melissa Dino, Benjamin Lehmann, Ronda Music Lask Directors:Kevin Clash, Ken Diego, Moses Edinborough, Jim Martin, Ted May, Joey Mazzarino, Jonathan Geragthy , Nadine Zylstra Head Writer: Joey Mazzarino Writers: Molly Boylan, Annie Evans, Christine Ferraro, Judy Freudberg, J Milligan,Emily Perl Kingsley, Luis Santeiro, Ed Valentine, Belinda Ward, John Weidman Head Writer (Elmo’s World): Judy Freudberg Co-executive producer (Elmo's World): Kevin Clash Production designers: Victor DiNapoli, Bob Phillips Project director (Abby's Flying Fairy School): Christine Walters Additional Voices For Abby’s Flying Fairy School: Jeremy Redleaf, Jessica Stone Puppets, Costumes, Props: Jason Weber with Connie Peterson,Rollie Krewson,Polly Smith, Andrea Detwiler, Michelle Hickey, Anney McKilligan, Lara MacLean,Chelsea Carter,Molly Light, Marc Borders, Loryn Brantz Music Director: Bill Sherman Director of Music Arrangements: Joe FielderSongs By Chris Jackson, Stephen Lawrence, Mark Radice, Kathryn Raio, JP Rende,Paul Rudolph, Adam Schlesinger, Bill Sherman, Russell Velazquez Art Director: Bob Phillips Prop Coordinator: Keith Olsen Art Direction/graphics: Rickey Boyd, Pete Ortiz Abby's Flying Fairy School characters designed by: Peter de SeveTechnical Director: Tom Guadarrama Cameras: Frank Biondo, Jerry Cancel, Shaun Harkins Vice President of Education and Research: Rosemarie T. Truglio, Ph.D. Taped at Kaufman Astoria Studios in New York

(C) 1991 Children´s Television Workshop

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