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Julia Child Gets Her Due PBS Music Remix

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Though perhaps less of a childhood television presence than previous remix stars Mister Rogers and Bob Ross--as a kid, I always found her a little frightening, and everything I needed to know about cooking was already on the side of the Pizza Rolls box--Julia Child is nonetheless a huge icon in PBS's world of educational programming, and thusly she's been given her due tribute in the public network's ongoing series of musical videos. Hear what the famous chef sounds like auto-tuned below. (Hint: she sounds a lot like a matronly, cyborg Muppet.)

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