|THE NEIGHBORHOOD ARCHIVE - All Things Mister Rogers|
Mister Rogers arrives wearing sunglasses and talks about how it can be concerning to a child when an adult changes their appearance. It's You I Like plays as Mister Rogers thinks about young children at play.
Francois Clemmons invites Mister Rogers along to the Brown's Marionette Theatre where they are preparing for a performance of Little Red Riding Hood.
Returning to the house, after having seen a sleeping bag in the Brown's production, Mister Rogers briefly mentions that plastic bags are not something to play with.
In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Lady Aberlin wants to pretend that she is Little Red Riding Hood and asks Queen Sara to be her mother. X the Owl is afraid of wolves and would prefer not to be a wolf in Lady Aberlin's pretending; however, he agrees after Lady Aberlin suggests that he could be called a pretend wolf. Lady Elaine, wearing sunglasses, provides Lady Aberlin with a red hood and is asked to take on the role of Red Riding Hood's grandmother. Walking through the Neighborhood singing Perfectly Beautiful Day, Francois Clemmons is invited to be the woodsman.
Lady Aberlin returns to castle for the story to begin. Playing their various roles, everyone performs a fun version of Little Red Riding Hood. When they're finished, everyone enjoys some sandwiches at the Museum-Go-Round.
Back at the house, Mister Rogers talks about how children are in control of how scary their play will be. Mr. McFeely stops by and delivers a collection of sunglasses for Mister Rogers to try on.
With Fred Rogers
Produced by Family Communications Inc. in association with WQED, Pittsburgh
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