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THE NEIGHBORHOOD ARCHIVE - All Things Mister Rogers

Episode 1225

Episode 1225
Topic N/A
Air Date March 31, 1972
Songs Won't You Be My Neighbor?;
Everybody's Fancy;
The Weekend Song;
It's Such a Good Feeling
Guests None

Mister Rogers look at a photo album belonging to Mrs. McFeely which features childhood pictures of friends throughout the Neighborhood. After sharing the photos in the album, he moves to the kitchen with a basket of vegetables he has brought with him. Mister Rogers decides to share the vegetables with Bob Trow since Mr. Trow helps him with his garden.

As Mister Rogers is leaving to see Bob Trow, Mr. McFeelys stops by with a package of films Mister Rogers had ordered from Film Library Services. One of his other deliveries for the day is for Mr. Trow and Mister Rogers agrees to take the package with him.

At Bob Trow's workshop, Mr. Trow has been learning to be a bee keeper and shows his various equipment to Mister Rogers. The packaged delivered to Mr. Trow is a film about bee keeping that he and Mister Rogers watch together. Mister Rogers shares the vegetables with his friend before returning to his hosue where he talks about how bees sometimes sting to protect themselves. On the floor, he finds a childhood photo of Bob Trow that had fallen from the album.

In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, King Friday is playing his bass violin for Robert Troll but is interupted by the sound of X the Owl playing the harmonica. Robert Troll is sent to find the source of the sound and finds that X is practicing as part of his current OCS lesson. The lesson on the history of owl music requires him to compose new music for a great owl singer. X is upset when he learns that Robert Troll has been sent to stop his harmonica playing. When X protests, King Friday suggests that they play music together.

Back at the house, Mister Rogers opens up a pole bean and sings Everybody's Fancy. He goes on to show the inside of several other vegetables, as well.


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Episode Credits

With Fred Rogers
Neighbors: David Newell, Bob Trow
Bee film courtesy of Texaco, Inc.
Music Director: John Costa
Directed by Bob Walsh
Psychological Consultants: Margaret B. McFarland Ph.D., Albert V. Corrado M.D.
Associate Producers: Diana Dean, David Newell
Assistant Producer: Betsy Nadas
Production Assistants: Laura Perkins, Susan Peters
Art Director: Jack Guest
Assistant Art Director: David Smith
Lighting Director: Frank Warninsky
Floor Manager: Nick Tallo
Technical Supervisors: Tom Knight, Ken Anderson
Video Tape Editor: Chet Bednar
Cameramen: Bob Vaughn, Dave Anthony, Dick LaSota
Video: Don Williamson
Audio: Chuck Sradomski

Produced by Family Communications, Inc. in association with WQED, Pittsburgh
The people who gave the money to make this television visit are the people of The Sears Roebuck Foundation and the Corporation for Public Broadcasting

© 1972 Family Communications, Inc.


Appearing In This Episode

Mister Rogers | Mr. McFeely | Bob Trow | King Friday XIII | Robert Troll | X the Owl

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