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Mister Rogers' neighborhood : Mister Rogers talks about fathers and music. Program 1624

Author: Charles AberBetty K AberlinLani DrozElla JenkinsLenny MeledandriAll authors
Publisher: 1990.
Edition/Format:   Video : Videocassette : Primary school : U-matic   Visual material : English
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Mr. Rogers reads a book that a teenager made about the different things a father is and does. He encourages creativity and making things like books. He shows a toy wolf which he plays with as a puppet. He says wolves are shy and sings "Everybody is shy sometimes." Ella Jenkins calls to say she will be visiting.
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Material Type: Primary school, Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Charles Aber; Betty K Aberlin; Lani Droz; Ella Jenkins; Lenny Meledandri; Joseph H Negri; Carole Switala; Fred Rogers; Robert E Trow; Robert Walsh; Margaret Whitmer; Family Communications, Inc.; Sears, Roebuck Foundation.; WQED (Television station : Pittsburgh, Pa.)
OCLC Number: 32613014
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, Adrienne Wehr ; director, Bob Walsh ; music director, John Costa ; consultant, Albert V. Corrado.
Cast: Neighbors: Betty Aberlin (Lady Aberlin), Chuck Aber (Mr. Aber), Joe Negri (Handyman Negri), Lenny Meledandri (voice of Tuesday), Ella Jenkins, Carole Switala (voice of Ana), Bob Trow (voice of Harriett) -- Puppets: King Friday XIII, Prince Tuesday, Harriet E. Cow, Ana Platypus, Lady Elaine Fairchilde, Daniel Striped Tiger.
Description: 1 videocassette (30 min.) : sd., col. ; 3/4 in.
Contents: Book: What is a father? / Lani Droz --
Songs: Won't you be my neighbor? --
It's such a good feeling --
Everybody feels shy sometimes --
My street begins at my house --
Blues in my bread --
Annie, my cooking friend.
Other Titles: Annie, my cooking friend.
Blues in my bread.
Everybody feels shy sometimes.
My street begins at my house.
What is a father.
Mister Rogers talks about fathers and music :
Program 1624
Responsibility: a production of Family Communications, Inc., in association with WQED, Pittsburgh.

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Mr. Rogers reads a book that a teenager made about the different things a father is and does. He encourages creativity and making things like books. He shows a toy wolf which he plays with as a puppet. He says wolves are shy and sings "Everybody is shy sometimes." Ella Jenkins calls to say she will be visiting.

In the NOM, Handyman Negri plays a duet with King Friday, while Lady Aberlin harmonizes. On her way to the school, Lady Aberlin meets Lady Elaine who says Tuesday should not make believe his rag dolls into life. She is afraid that stuffed wolves could come to life. When Mr. Aber arrives in his costume, Lady Elaine recalls that once she was called a big bad wolf. Chuck and Lady Aberlin assure her that nobody can make believe her into a big bad wolf. Wolf Aber and Lady Aberlin go to the school where Miss Cow is teaching math. Daniel is wearing a wolf costume. Ana talks about her bandage experience with her musical father. Tuesday talks about his doll coming to life and the King's musical ability. Lady Aberlin notices Daniel's sadness at the talk of other's musical fathers, and returns to the castle to call Mayor Maggie and Dr. Bill. Mr. Rogers stuffs the toy wolf and discusses Lady Elaine's feelings. He says we will always be who we are. Ella Jenkins visits with a ukelele. She talks about her father and music from the places where her family has lived. She sings "My street begins at my house" and "Blues in your bread." Chuck Aber arrives to sing with them. Ella teaches them "Annie, my cooking friend." Mr. Rogers says it's wonderful to have friends to enjoy.

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