From the book, An Old Man and His Friends. The first time I saw the show I thought the little girls (and their parents) were going to get murdered by some nasty old men (or women). Later, the show would be made into a Disney movie and the old man would get killed on screen, only to return later as a ghost. But the old man stayed in all the subsequent show's (not to be confused with the movie). In this show, a dog is the main protagonist (the boy is just a side character). This show uses a very short show and is very sweet. I believe the whole story line will take up only a few minutes (if you do not watch the whole show, check out the end). (The other shows in the show list I have seen are: “An Old Man and His Friends,” “The Lion King,” “A Frog in the Well,” and “Beauty and the Beast” and “Little Orphan Annie.”) A Sad Day on Sesame Street. From the book, An Old Man and His Friends. The Old Man, who once worked on Sesame Street as a background actor has been given up for dead. He then returns to reclaim his old life, only to die during a heart attack. In this program, the dog is the main protagonist. The Old Man is not really dead, but he gets a bad cold. Then they turn the whole thing on its head. The bad old man takes the place of the original character on the show. The entire story is about a very good animal. The Dog is the best friend and is the only one who is still alive. The Old Man is sad, he tries to reclaim his good old life through the use of music. The Old Man learns a new trick that helps him to help the dog, because he is a good person and not to be taken on his word in this case. Dr. Burnett and Dr. Singer will give you the background on this program, which is the first of 3. An Old Man and His Friends. From the book, An Old Man and His Friends. The story is told through the eyes of Bob The Cat. We follow Bob The Cat as he goes into the store for some food that was out of stock. As he approaches the counter the owner, Miss Piggy tells him, “He wants to know if he can do the job.