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|Material Type:||Primary school, Videorecording|
|Document Type:||Visual material|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Charles Aber; Betty Aberlin; John Costa; Paul Lally; Carole Muller; Joe Negri; Sam Newbury; David A Newell; Fred Rogers; Margaret Whitmer; Robert Rawsthorne; 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 ; producers Sam Newbury and Margaret Whitmer ; director, Paul Lally ; music director, John Costa ; consultants Margaret B. McFarland, Albert V. Corrado.|
|Cast:||Neighbors: David Newell (Mr. McFeely), Betty Aberlin (Lady Aberlin), Chuck Aber (Mr. Aber), Joe Negri, Bill Barker (voice of Dr. Bill), Carol Muller (voice of Ana), Bobby Rawsthorne -- Puppets: X the Owl, Henrietta Pussycat, H.J. Elephant, Ana Platypus, Dr. Bill Platypus.|
|Description:||1 videocassette (30 min.) : sd., col. ; 3/4 in.|
|Contents:||Songs: Won't you be my neighbor? --
It's such a good feeling --
You've got to do it.
|Other Titles:||Mister Rogers talks about play things :
It's such a good feeling
You've got to do it
Won't you be my neighbor?
|Responsibility:||a production of Family Communications, Inc., in association with WQED, Pittsburgh.|
In the NOM, Lady Aberlin and X the Owl prove that the key is the Master Make-believe key by opening doors with it. Ana Platypus is crying because Prince Tuesday received the same kind of bicycle that she wants. Dr. Bill Platypus tries to explain to her that the family cannot afford the bicycle and that he and her mother do love her. Lady Aberlin takes Ana to the Museum-Go-Round where H.J. Elephant gives them a note from Lady Elaine Fairchilde saying that they should wait to go into the museum until her return from Southwood. They while away the time by dancing. Mr. Rogers takes the toy piano back to Joe Negri's music shop where Joe shows him some toy musical instruments : maracas, xylophone, bird call, squeeze toy, and bulb or auto horn. Then Bobby Rawsthorne shows him some percussion instruments that look like toys : guiro, shaker, train whistles, siren whistle, duck call, canary whistle, and stump-fiddle. Mr. Rogers plays his own standard-sized piano and talks about the benefits of play.