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Episode 1754

Topic: Curiosity
Air Date: February 24, 2000
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Mister Rogers talks about false faces by using masks of King Friday XIII and Daniel Tiger. Using the voices of each of these characters as well as his own, Mister Rogers sings It's You I Like.

Having borrowed the false faces from Tony Chiroldes' shop, Mister Rogers returns them to the shop where books, toys, and costumes are sold. After a tour of the shop, Mister Rogers tries on the entire Daniel Tiger costume while Mr. Chiroldes dresses as an astronaut.

In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, the search for Little Panda and Prince Tuesday continues. Betty Okonak Templeton uses a telescope to see beautiful stars and planets. Putting on the astronaut suit, HulaMouse agrees to go with Purple Panda to find Little Panda and Prince Tuesday.

Back at the house, Mr. McFeely stops by with a film about how people make ice cream.


Notes

The film about people making ice cream was made in association with the Penn State Creamery in University Park, PA.

This episode is included on the It's a Beautiful Day Collection (DVD).


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Episode Credits

With Fred Rogers
Neighbors: Betty Aberlin, Tony Chiroldes, Michael Horton, Matt Meko, David Newell
Special Thanks To: The Penn State University Creamery and Dairy Center
Executive Producer: Fred Rogers
Producer: Margaret Whitmer
Director: Bob Walsh
Editor: Susan Howard
Associate Producer: Michael Johnson
Location Production: Rick Brandt, Bob Chamberlain, Ed Letteri
Music Directors: Johnny Costa, Michael Moricz

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