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Mimus Polyglottos

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Mimus Polyglottos is one of King Friday's pet wooden bird. Perched on a stick, Mimus shares the role of royal pet with Troglodytes Aedon.

Mimus Polyglottos enjoys pretend showers and ballet. He and Troglodytes Aedon once went missing when they were taken for a walk by Robert Troll.[1]

Appearing as the policebird, Mimus Polyglottos took part in Lady Elaine Fairchilde's soap opera, As the Museum Turns.[2]

 

 


Mimus Polyglottos' Name

"Mimus Polyglottos" is the scientific name for the Northern Mockingbird.


Images




Mimus Polyglottos
[Episode 1646]
With King Friday
[Episode 1591]
Performing in Lady Elaine's soap opera [Episode 1665]

Puppet / Costume Variations

1658, 1660 Wears a tutu
1660 Carries a balloon
1665 Dresses as policebird

Appearances

Mister Rogers' Neighborhood

0020 | 0063 | 1591 | 1594 | 1625 | 1636 | 1641 | 1646 | 1656 | 1658 | 1660 | 1662 | 1665 | 1669 | 1672 | 1677 | 1753


References

  1. Episode 1658. Mister Rogers' Neighborhood
  2. Episode 1665. Mister Rogers' Neighborhood

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