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Encyclopedia > Rodeo Rosie

Rodeo Rosie was a character that debuted on Sesame Street in 1974. A Muppet dressed in stereotypical clothing of the American Old West, she was often paired with Forgetful Jones, who was similarly dressed. She had a loud voice, yodeled a fair bit, and often bragged.

Far more successful a character was Clementine, the girlfriend of Forgetful Jones.

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