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Promotion for a raunchy new puppet crime comedy has the group behind the beloved children's television series "Sesame Street" in Oscar the Grouch mode – and they're suing on claims that the film "tarnishes" the educational show's brand.Court documents include screen shots of social media reactions conflating the new adult puppet film with the educational program aimed at teaching young kids colors, numbers and the alphabet.The Sesame Workshop is suing for undisclosed damages and an order to force alternative marketing of the movie.The American childhood staple "Sesame Street," which premiered in 1969 to high viewership and glowing reviews, features a cast of Jim Henson's Muppets including the bright yellow Big Bird and the furry red falsetto-voiced monster named Elmo.
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