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'''Warren Wolf''' was a brown wolf reporter who once interviewed [[Dr. Nobel Price]] in a 1981 "[[Sesame Street News Flash]]" segment, substituting for [[Kermit the Frog]]. He was a ''[[Sesame Street]]'' parody of sports broadcaster Warner Wolf. He first appeared on ''Sesame Street'' in [[Season 12 (1980-1981)|season 12]].<ref>season 12 press kit, found at [[University of Maryland|CTW Archives]]</ref>
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'''Warren Wolf''' was a wolf reporter who once interviewed [[Dr. Nobel Price]] in a 1981 "[[Sesame Street News Flash]]" segment, substituting for [[Kermit the Frog]]. He was a ''[[Sesame Street]]'' parody of sports broadcaster Warner Wolf, a staple of New York City news broadcasts during the 1980s and 1990s. He first appeared on ''Sesame Street'' in [[Season 12 (1980-1981)|season 12]].<ref>season 12 press kit, found at [[University of Maryland|CTW Archives]]</ref>
   
His merchandise appearances include in the 1980 coloring book ''[[Who's Who on Sesame Street|More Who's Who on Sesame Street]]'', the 1982 coloring book ''[[Sesame Street coloring books|City]]'', the 1982 ''Sesame Street'' card game ''[[You're a Grouch!]]'' and the 1984 coloring book ''Trace & Color''.
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His merchandise appearances include the 1980 coloring book ''[[Who's Who on Sesame Street|More Who's Who on Sesame Street]]'', the 1982 coloring book ''[[Sesame Street coloring books|City]]'', the 1982 ''Sesame Street'' card game ''[[You're a Grouch!]]'' and the 1984 coloring book ''Trace & Color''.
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==Book appearances==
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* ''[[Who's Who on Sesame Street|More Who's Who on Sesame Street]]'' (1982)
   
 
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Warren Wolf was a wolf reporter who once interviewed Dr. Nobel Price in a 1981 "Sesame Street News Flash" segment, substituting for Kermit the Frog. He was a Sesame Street parody of sports broadcaster Warner Wolf, a staple of New York City news broadcasts during the 1980s and 1990s. He first appeared on Sesame Street in season 12.[1]

His merchandise appearances include the 1980 coloring book More Who's Who on Sesame Street, the 1982 coloring book City, the 1982 Sesame Street card game You're a Grouch! and the 1984 coloring book Trace & Color.

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  1. season 12 press kit, found at CTW Archives

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