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Mister Rogers' neighborhood : When things get broken. Program 1747

Author: Charles AberFred RogersSusan HowardMichael MoriczJohnny CostaAll authors
Publisher: 1999.
Edition/Format:   Video : Videocassette : Juvenile audience : U-matic   Visual material : English
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Mr. Rogers enters carrying drawings of Hula Mouse (H.M.) that were done by children. Mr. Rogers reads 'When the T.V. broke' to us, and explains what the illustrations show. Joyce Broadhus from the neighborhood library calls and we go to the library where Mr. Rogers introduces us to Joyce and returns 'When the T.V. broke.' Joyce shows Mr. Rogers another book called 'I heard a little "baa"'; Mr. Rogers checks the book
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Material Type: Juvenile audience, Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Charles Aber; Fred Rogers; Susan Howard; Michael Moricz; Johnny Costa; Tom Smith; Michael Johnson; Joyce Broadhus; Tony Chiroldes; Audrey Roth; Bob Walsh; Margaret Whitmer; Family Communications, Inc.; Corporation for Public Broadcasting.; WQED (Television station : Pittsburgh, Pa.); Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh. Homewood Branch.; Viking Children's Books.; Kids Can Press Ltd. (Toronto)
OCLC Number: 50336271
Notes: Produced with a grant from Public television stations and the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. Special thanks to Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh - Homewood Branch, Viking Children's Books for permission to use 'When the T.V. broke' by Harriet Ziefert, pictures by Mavis Smith, and Kids Can Press Ltd. for permission to use 'I heard a little "baa"' by Elizabeth MacLeod and illustrated by Louise Phillips.
Credits: Created by Fred Rogers ; executive producer, Fred Rogers ; producer, Margaret Whitmer ; associate producer, Michael Johnson ; director, Bob Walsh ; music directors, John Costa, Michael Moricz ; location director, Peter Argentine ; location production, John Burdick, Jim Bruwelheide, Mark Knobil ; editor, Susan Howard.
Cast: Neighbors: Chuck Aber (Mr. Aber), Audrey Roth (Miss Paulifficate), Joyce Broadhus, Tony Chiroldes (Hula Mouse - H.M.), Tom Smith -- Puppets: King Friday XIII, Lady Elaine Fairchilde, Edgar Cooke.
Description: 1 videocassette (30 min.) : sd., col. ; 3/4 in.
Contents: Songs: Won't you be my neighbor? --
Hula Mouse song --
It's such a good feeling.--
Books: When the T.V. broke --
I heard a little "baa."
Other Titles: When things get broken
Responsibility: a production of Family Communications, Inc., in association with WQED, Pittsburgh.

Abstract:

Mr. Rogers enters carrying drawings of Hula Mouse (H.M.) that were done by children. Mr. Rogers reads 'When the T.V. broke' to us, and explains what the illustrations show. Joyce Broadhus from the neighborhood library calls and we go to the library where Mr. Rogers introduces us to Joyce and returns 'When the T.V. broke.' Joyce shows Mr. Rogers another book called 'I heard a little "baa"'; Mr. Rogers checks the book out and goes back to his house.

In the NOM, King Friday says that Miss Paulifficate must call 'every person in the world' to tell them that the Royal Hula Mouse (H.M.) has been gone too long and that he must return to the castle; Mr. Aber is to help Miss Paulifficate find H.M. Mr. Aber spots H.M. at the Museum-Go-Round with Lady Elaine; H.M. is 'hula hooping' and he and Lady Elaine are talking about a 'big round surprise.' When Mr. Aber gets there, he tells H.M. that he must go back to the castle; when they get to the castle, Edgar Cooke says that King Friday has been looking everywhere for H.M. Mr. Aber says that King Friday needs to know that H.M. is back; Miss Paulifficate calls King Friday.

Back in Mr. Rogers' house, Mr. Rogers says that we (should) always put the toys back after playing. Mr. Rogers reads 'I heard a little "baa"' to us; it is a rhyme book about finding animals. He says that books are wonderful; you can look at a book for as long as you want.

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