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|Material Type:||Primary school, Videorecording|
|Document Type:||Visual material|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Charles Aber; Betty Aberlin; R Donald Brockett; Jeff Gabel; Lenny Meledandri; David A Newell; Maggie Stewart; Fred Rogers; Margaret Whitmer; Family Communications, Inc.; Sears, Roebuck Foundation.; WQED (Television station : Pittsburgh, Pa.)
|Notes:||Produced with a grant from Public television stations and the Sears-Roebuck Foundation.|
|Credits:||Created by Fred Rogers ; executive producer, Fred Rogers ; producer, Margaret Whitmer ; associate producer, Susi Simons ; director, Paul Lally ; music director, John Costa ; consultants Margaret B. Mc Farland, Albert V. Corrado.|
|Cast:||Neighbors: Betty Aberlin (Lady Aberlin), Chuck Aber (Mr. Aber), Maggie Stewart (Mayor Maggie), David Newell (Mr. McFeely), Jeff Gabel (Chuckles), Don Brockett (Chef Brockett, Clown), Lenny Meledandri (voice of Tuesday) -- Puppets: Queen Sara Saturday, Prince Tuesday, King Friday XIII, Darrell Butterfly.|
|Description:||1 videocassette (30 min.) : sd., col. ; 3/4 in.|
|Contents:||Songs: Won't you be my neighbor? --
It's such a good feeling --
It's you I like --
The clown in me.
|Other Titles:||Mister Rogers talks about alike and different :
Clown in me
It's you I like
|Responsibility:||a production of Family Communications, Inc., in association with WQED, Pittsburgh.|
In the NOM, as Queen Sara leaves for Westwood to be Mayor for a day, King Friday announces that two clowns will be visiting the Neighborhood for the day. The King admits to Prince Tuesday that he is jealous of the Queen because she looks different and will be doing important work. In Westwood, as Mayor Sara is giving a radio speech on the League of Neighborhoods, she is interrupted by two clowns looking for the NOM. She invites them to sing on the radio, then decides that she wants to be Queen for only half a day. Queen Maggie agrees that half a day is enough for her as well. Mr. Rogers talks about being happy in one's own job and liking oneself. Mr. McFeely and Mr. Rogers compare two different strudels.