Dressed to the canines

Baldwin, Kristen
February 1996
Entertainment Weekly;2/23/96 - 3/1/96, Issue 315/316, p108
Reports on the creation of dog characters in the television show `Sesame Street' by photographer William Wegman. Includes the characters Little Miss Muffet, Jack and Jill and Jack Sprat; Names and characteristics of the dogs used.


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