|THE NEIGHBORHOOD ARCHIVE - All Things Mister Rogers|
Mister Rogers arrives with a collection of books written by Ezra Jack Keats. Moving to the couch, he shares the book Hi, Cat! with viewers.
Mr. Keats himself stops by with a press sheet of one of his books. He explains to Mister Rogers the process that a book goes through when it is published as they view a film showing books being printed.Mr. Keats also shares two paintings -- one of his parents and another of the rooftop of the building where he lived as a boy.
In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Miss Paulificate is cleaning at the Eiffel Tower as she talks to Grandpere about her interest in the French language. Moving on to the Museum-Go-Round, Miss Paulificate chats with Lady Elaine Fairchilde who declares that cleaning is not a proper job of a woman. According to Lady Elaine, Miss Paulificate should be "a president, or a doctor, or a king, or a vice president." Miss Paulificate expresses her enjoyment of her work and the pride she takes in her talents.
Miss Paulificate departs just as Brenda Joyce, a book editor, arrives looking for Grandpere who is writing a book about French-friend potatoes. Mr. McFeely accompanies her to the Eiffel Tower where she shows Grandpere a draft of his book -- Pommes Frites. Lady Elaine says she would like to write a book about all of the things girls can do. Ms. Joyce sings It's You I Like.
Back at the house, Mister Rogers talks about creating stories before singing It's You I Like.
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Production funds for this television visit were provided by a grant from the Sears Roebuck Foundation and the Corporation for Public Broadcasting
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