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[[Image:Dudley.a.jpg|frame|Dudley Moore asks Scooter to give him an A.]]
 
[[Image:Dudley.a.jpg|frame|Dudley Moore asks Scooter to give him an A.]]
[[Image:Drgrover.jpg|300px|frame|The skeleton of a letter A, as seen on ''Sesame Street''.]]
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[[Image:Drgrover.jpg|300px|frame|[[Grover]] with the skeleton of a letter A, as seen on ''Sesame Street''.]]
'''A''' is the first [[Letters of the Alphabet|letter]] of the English alphabet.
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'''A''' is the first [[Letters of the Alphabet|letter]] of the English alphabet.
   
The letter A has appeared as a concept, a prop, a symbol, and a [[The Muppets|Muppet]] character at various times on ''[[Sesame Street]]''. Examples include a Muppet version of the letter in [[Guy Smiley]]'s [[Letter of the Day Pageant]], [[Nicole Sullivan]] as a costumed version of the letter in the direct-to-video release ''[[All-Star Alphabet]]'', and an animated version of the letter voiced by [[Fran Brill]] in the ''[[What's the Name of That Song? (video)|What's the Name of That Song?]]'' DVD.
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The letter A has appeared as a concept, a prop, a symbol, and a [[The Muppets|Muppet]] character at various times on ''[[Sesame Street]]''. Examples include a Muppet version of the letter in [[Guy Smiley]]'s [[Letter of the Day Pageant]], [[Nicole Sullivan]] as a costumed version of the letter in the direct-to-video release ''[[All-Star Alphabet]]'', and an animated version of the letter voiced by [[Fran Brill]] in the ''[[What's the Name of That Song? (video)|What's the Name of That Song?]]'' DVD.
   
 
A prop version of the letter A made an appearance in [[Episode 407: Dudley Moore|episode 407]] of ''[[The Muppet Show]]'', dropping from the ceiling into [[Dudley Moore|Dudley Moore's]] arms as [[Scooter]] played the sixth note of the [[C]] Major scale.
 
A prop version of the letter A made an appearance in [[Episode 407: Dudley Moore|episode 407]] of ''[[The Muppet Show]]'', dropping from the ceiling into [[Dudley Moore|Dudley Moore's]] arms as [[Scooter]] played the sixth note of the [[C]] Major scale.
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*[[Speech Balloon]]: A - Ape
 
*[[Speech Balloon]]: A - Ape
 
*[[The Typewriter]]: A - Airplane
 
*[[The Typewriter]]: A - Airplane
* Human Letters at the Beach- A <br>{{eka|3770}}
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* Human Letters at the Beach- A<br />{{eka|3770}}
 
*[[Harvey Kneeslapper]]: "Got an A on Ya?"
 
*[[Harvey Kneeslapper]]: "Got an A on Ya?"
   
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{{Alpha-nav|prev=''no previous letter''|next=[[B]]}}
 
{{Alpha-nav|prev=''no previous letter''|next=[[B]]}}
 
 
[[Category:Alphabet| A]]
 
[[Category:Alphabet| A]]
 
[[Category:Muppet Props]]
 
[[Category:Muppet Props]]

Revision as of 00:03, October 20, 2011

Dudley.a
Dudley Moore asks Scooter to give him an A.
Drgrover
Grover with the skeleton of a letter A, as seen on Sesame Street.

A is the first letter of the English alphabet.

The letter A has appeared as a concept, a prop, a symbol, and a Muppet character at various times on Sesame Street. Examples include a Muppet version of the letter in Guy Smiley's Letter of the Day Pageant, Nicole Sullivan as a costumed version of the letter in the direct-to-video release All-Star Alphabet, and an animated version of the letter voiced by Fran Brill in the What's the Name of That Song? DVD.

A prop version of the letter A made an appearance in episode 407 of The Muppet Show, dropping from the ceiling into Dudley Moore's arms as Scooter played the sixth note of the C Major scale.

Episode 0006 was the first episode to be sponsored by A.

Songs about A

Sketches about A

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