|THE NEIGHBORHOOD ARCHIVE - All Things Mister Rogers|
Mister Rogers arrives with a toy tricycle which he takes along to the factory where similar toys are made. Inside the factory, Mister Rogers meets Doug Turman who takes him on a tour of the factory. Viewers see many aspects of the factory from the design department to the assembly line. Chuck Aber is working in the storage area where he mentions that he will be stopping by later when Ella Jenkins is at Mister Rogers' house.
In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Mr. McFeely has delivered a package for Queen Sara and King Friday wants to open it up. Instead of doing it himself, Lady Aberlin convinces the King that asking Sara to open her own package would be best. Opening the package, they find that it is a bicycle that Queen Sara had ordered for Prince Tuesday. As King Friday recalls learning to ride a bicycle, Lady Aberlin sings You've Got To Do It.
H.J. Elephant arrives at the castle in search of a key that will open any door which he would like to give as a gift to Mr. Aber. At the school, Neighbor Aber is demonstrating various toys for the children. Neighbor Aber steps out for a minute and H.J. Elephant steps in with a message for Prince Tuesday from King Friday: "Life is good." Daniel notices Mr. Aber who is controlling H.J. Elephant. Realizing that H.J. is a toy, the children wonder if they are toys as well to which Mr. Aber responds: "You could be...You see, in Make-Believe, toys can be real if you want. Anything is possible in Make-Believe."
Back at the house, Ella Jenkins and Chuck Aber stop by and demonstrate a collection of toy tops on the backyard sand table.
With Fred Rogers
Produced in association with WQED/Pittsburgh
Appearing In This Episode
Mister Rogers | Chuck Aber | Lady Aberlin | Edgar Cooke | King Friday XIII | Queen Sara Saturday | H.J. Elephant III | Neighbor Aber | Daniel Striped Tiger | Ana Platypus | Prince Tuesday | Harriett Elizabeth Cow | Ella Jenkins
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