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Mister Rogers' neighborhood : Mister Rogers talks about things to wear. Program 1675

Author: John CostaMichael HortonJoseph H NegriFred RogersAudrey J RothAll authors
Publisher: 1994.
Edition/Format:   Video : Videocassette : Primary school : U-matic   Visual material : English
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Summary:
Mr. Rogers demonstrates how a small, hand-held sewing machine works. He says machines are not toys and you need to be very careful. He comments that people invent machines and can think of wonderful things and then do them. He visits the Colonial Williamsburg Millinery shop where Jennay Whitaker shows him some clothing from the past, all made by hand. She says many were fastened with pins or buttons. Mr. Rogers trys
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Material Type: Primary school, Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: John Costa; Michael Horton; Joseph H Negri; Fred Rogers; Audrey J Roth; Maggie Stewart; Robert Walsh; Adrienne Wehr; Margaret Whitmer; Family Communications, Inc.; Corporation for Public Broadcasting.; WQED (Television station : Pittsburgh, Pa.)
OCLC Number: 32988392
Notes: Funded by contributions to public television stations and the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. Special thanks to : the Colonial Williamsburg Foundation; Lothrop, Lee and Shepard Books.
Credits: Created by Fred Rogers ; executive producer, Fred Rogers ; producer, Margaret Whitmer ; associate producer, Adrienne Wehr ; director, Bob Walsh ; music director, John Costa.
Cast: Neighbors: Michael Horton (voice of Templeton Jones), Joe Negri (Handyman Negri), Audrey Roth (Miss Paulifficate), Maggie Stewart (Mayor Maggie) -- Puppets: King Friday XIII, Betty O. Templeton Jones, Lady Elaine Fairchilde.
Description: 1 videocassette (30 min.) : sound, color ; 3/4 in.
Contents: Books: --
Hats, hats, hats / by Ann Morris --
Songs: Won't you be my neighbor? --
It's such a good feeling --
You are special.
Other Titles: It's such a good feeling.
Hats, hats, hats.
My hat it has three corners.
Won't you be my neighbor?
You are special.
Mister Rogers talks about things to wear :
Program 1675
Responsibility: a production of Family Communications, Inc., in association with WQED, Pittsburgh.

Abstract:

Mr. Rogers demonstrates how a small, hand-held sewing machine works. He says machines are not toys and you need to be very careful. He comments that people invent machines and can think of wonderful things and then do them. He visits the Colonial Williamsburg Millinery shop where Jennay Whitaker shows him some clothing from the past, all made by hand. She says many were fastened with pins or buttons. Mr. Rogers trys on several items of old clothing, including a couple of wigs and a three-cornered hat.

In the NOM, Handyman Negri and Miss Paulifficate talk with King Friday about his rule that everyone must wear a "three-cornered one." Betty Templeton Jones asks Handyman Negri to play the song "my hat it has three corners" but to change the words to "my scarf it has three corners" in order to include Lady Elaine. Lady Elaine puts on a wig to be a "big wig." Lady Elaine, Mayor Maggie, Betty, and Handyman go to talk with King Friday. Because her scarf has three corners, he compromises and lifts the rule. Mr. Rogers says that both Lady Elaine and King Friday were competing to be the most important, and says that it is not much fun to be with people who fight to be the most important. He says everybody has something special inside them and nobody is more important than anybody else. He sings "You are special," and reads the book "Hats, Hats, Hats" which describes the great diversity of hats there are in this world.

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