Writer Tony Geiss, who helped "Sesame Street" win 22 daytime Emmys for scriptwriting and songwriting by means of the words he put in the mouths of Kermit the Frog, Big Bird and Elmo, died on Jan. 21…
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Screenwriter Ring Lardner Jr., a two-time Oscar winner who had been the last surviving member of the blacklisted Hollywood Ten, died of cancer Tuesday night at his Manhattan apartment. He was 85.
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