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Misterogers

The Wonder of It All -- a 2008 essay written by Kimmel and Collins and published by the Fred Rogers Center -- clearly details the years between the Children's Corner and Mister Rogers' Neighborhood:

When Rogers was about to graduate from the Seminary with a specific charge to minister to children and their families through television, the plan was to produce a television program for the Presbyterian Church, but money to support it wasn't available. And just at that moment Fred Rainsberry, head of children's programming for the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, invited Rogers to Toronto to do a children's program -- 15 minutes with puppets and music. There was one stipulation, however: Rogers had to come out in front of the camera, talking directly to children. The first year the family was in Canada was for planning and preparation. In the second year in Canada, Misterogers began a year-long run with Rogers talking to viewers as well as the puppets.

Although the program was very successful in Canada, Rogers had to make a decision about staying in Canada or returning to the States. Joanne Rogers recalls that the decision also involved their visitor status -- to apply for citizenship or extend the visa -- and both decided to return to Pittsburgh. They wanted to be close to family, especially because their two sons were very young at the time.

Although he had no specific job, Rogers returned to Pittsburgh, continuing his lifelong dedication to child development studies. He worked with children at the Bellefield Presbyterian Church while waiting for WQED to secure funding for a children's program. By 1965, Rogers was planning and preparing for a Sunday afternoon program for WTAE, a commercial Pittsburgh television station, that ran from October through December 1965. It was also during this time that he began to identify people who ultimately would form the cast and crew of the Neighbohrood.

Eventually funding did become available and Mister Rogers' Neighborhood began its first run -- from October 1966 to May 1967 -- in the Pittsburgh area. In a second year, the Eastern Educational Network offered the Neighborhood a chance to broadcast in Boston, Washington, D.C., Chicago, New York, Miami, and San Francisco. But funding was still a problem and there were very real fears that the program would be cancelled. As part of its publicity efforts to boost the program, WGBH in Boston decided to hold an open house and prepared for some 500 guests -- a number they thought they would be fortunate to have. On the appointed day, WGBH was overwhelmed with more than 10,000 people -- more than attended the Red Sox game that same day. Shortly after that reception the Sears-Roebuck Foundation agreed to underwrite the Neighborhood.

On February 19, 1968, the first national broadcast of Mister Rogers' Neighbohrood -- funded by Sears -- went on national television.

The information below includes airdates and descriptions for episodes which aired on the three networks mentioned above -- CBC, WTAE, and EEN.

NOTE: These details were provided to me back around 2010 and, unfortunately, I cannot locate the original email from the individual responsible for compiling this information (if this person happens to be reading, please drop me a line). Along those same lines, having only seen one or two of these episodes myself, I have no way of verifying the accuracy of this information at this point; however, I have no reason to doubt its accuracy.

CBC (1961-1964)

Network Airdate Description Guest Stars
CBC 7/13/61 Misterogers hears an echo that speaks in French. Emilie Jacobson visits the Neighborhood and recites two poems. Emilie Jacobson
CBC 7/20/61 Misterogers shows live frogs and turtles. He says that children grow old enough to care for their own pets. Celia Franca visits the Neighborhood and tells X the Owl and Henrietta Pussycat to put on their own ballet. Celia Franca
CBC 7/27/61 Eric Aldwinkle finds himself in the Neighborhood after searching for underground water sources. He finds an underground spring near the Eiffel Tower and meets King Friday XIII and Daniel Striped Tiger. Eric Aldwinkle
CBC 8/3/61  Josie Carey visits with her puppet friends. She comes with a flower that King Friday XIII mistakenly believes is for him, so Josie decided to give it to him to brighten his day. Josie Carey
CBC 8/10/61 A crystal ball gazer visits the Neighborhood of Make-Believe and fools King Friday XIII out of taking her crystal ball. Winifred Dennis
CBC 8/31/61 Misterogers is wearing a crown because King Friday XIII has announced that everyone in the Neighborhood must wear some sort of head covering. Celia Franca tells King Friday XIII that her hat will be coming from the Rockit Factory. He does not believe her, so he promises to retract his rule if her hat really does come from the Rockit Factory. Cornflake S. Pecially brings a hat for Celia, forcing King Friday to end the hat rule. Celia Franca
CBC 9/7/61  Misterogers participates in a draw-a-song activity. Eric Aldwinkle visits the Neighborhood and draws a mouse on his easel. He and King Friday XIII draw pictures while listening to music. Eric Aldwinkle
CBC 9/14/61  The Neighbors perform "The Elf, the Shoemaker and the Shoemaker's Wife" Josie Carey
CBC 9/21/61 Winifred Dennis brings a plate of flaming crepe suzettes into the Neighborhood. X the Owl and Daniel Striped Tiger mistake the flames for a serious fire. Winifred says that cooking is one of her hobbies; she has come to get the recipe for Henrietta Pussycat's sauerkraut. She is a bit dismayed when she discovers that Henrietta uses canned sauerkraut. Winifred Dennis
CBC 9/10/62 Santa Claus visits the neighborhood and befriends Daniel Striped Tiger. Daniel is excited to have a new friend because that was his wish for Christmas. Santa Claus talks about gifts with X the Owl, Lady Elaine Fairchilde and King Friday XIII. Norman Welsh
CBC 10/17/62  Celia Franca finds a treasure in the attic of Daniel's clock. It is a crown for dancing; she promises to return with two of her dancing friends to entertain King Friday. Celia Franca
CBC 10/19/62 Celia Franca and her two students dance for King Friday XIII, X the Owl and Henrietta Pussycat. Celia Franca
CBC 10/22/62 Daniel Tiger meets a tame scarecrow who happens to be an excellent portrait artist. Eric Aldwinkle
CBC 10/24/62 Eric Artist, a tame scarecrow, is commissioned to paint a portrait of King Friday and his pet bird. He also paints the houses in the Neighborhood and presents the paintings as a gift to Daniel. Eric Aldwinkle
CBC 10/26/62 King Friday XIII calls Celia Franca and the Scarecrow-Artist to the castle and orders them to wear mittens. After Celia has difficulty finding a pair of mittens, she and the scarecrow decide to put their hands in the same set of mittens when they enter the castle. King Friday asks them to waltz together and tells them they only needed mittens because the ballroom is drafty. Celia Franca
CBC 10/29/62 Lady Elaine Fairchilde confuses an acting teacher, Norman Welsh, for a spy. When the neighbors discover his true identity, they ask him to help them put on a play in the Neighborhood. Norman Welsh
CBC 10/31/62 The neighbors, along with Norman Welsh, put on a play about a moth prince finding a kind-hearted butterfly to marry, "Butterfly, Butterfly, What Can I Say?" Norman Welsh
CBC 11/2/62 Donna Miller visits the Neighborhood and presents everyone with homemade fudge. X the Owl shows her an alphabet book that he made. Donna Miller
CBC 11/7/62  King Friday's servant, Edgar Cooke, fell and broke his arm. The neighbors have been helping by cleaning and cooking at the castle. Donna Miller urges King Friday to visit Edgar Cooke and thank the neighbors for their help. Donna Miller
CBC 11/14/62  Mr. Zoogle comes to the Neighborhood in search of Edgar Cooke, a former cooking school classmate. Mr. Zoogle had been trying to bake a cake, but his flour turned to modeling clay. Edgar told him that the recipe was for modeling clay, not cake, and asked Mr. Zoogle to make enough modeling clay for all of the neighbors. John Ziegler
CBC 11/16/62 Mr. Zoogle, Octopus and Daniel Striped Tiger make a singing game out of their names. John Ziegler, George Merten
CBC 11/19/62 X the Owl shows Donna Miller an alphabet book that he made. Donna Miller
CBC 11/21/62 A magician arrives in the neighborhood and enjoys a tea party at the castle with the neighbors. Michael Roth
CBC 11/23/62 The magician visiting the neighborhood produces a rabbit at King Friday's request. Michael Roth
CBC 11/26/62 A new bird arrives in the neighborhood and calls itself "Weaverbird." Mr. Zoogle is impressed until X points out that the bird does not look like a weaverbird. The bird admits his falsehood and says that he admires weaverbirds so much he wants to be one. X understands and says that he wanted to be an eagle. The two birds talk about learning to be comfortable in their own feathers John Ziegler, George Merten
CBC 11/28/62 Mr. Zoogle teaches King Friday XIII how to decorate wrapping paper. John Ziegler
CBC 11/30/62  X the Owl works on "treework" for his Sunday school class. Donna Miller sings "Sing a Song of Sunday." Donna Miller
CBC 12/7/62  Josie Carey visits her old friends in the neighborhood. Josie Carey
CBC 12/10/62 An organ grinder loses his monkey, Yukon, in the Neighborhood. He finds Yukon at the castle dancing for King Friday. Yukon wants to be in a film produced by the organ grinder's twin brother, but he decides to return to his regular work of dancing on the cart. Norman Welsh, George Merten
CBC 12/12/62  A famous motion picture director, Francis Manitoba, comes to the Neighborhood to film a short silent film of King Friday XIII. An organ grinder's monkey, Yukon, forces himself into the scene. Manitoba loves the shot and King Friday comes up with the name of the movie: "Monkey Business." Norman Welsh, George Merten
CBC 12/14/62 King Friday has developed an interest in photography. Josie Carey visits him and takes a picture of him and Henrietta Pussycat. Josie Carey
CBC 12/19/62  Josie Carey visits the Neighborhood and delivers Christmas gifts to the puppets. Josie Carey
CBC 12/24/62  King Friday prepares a list of the Christmas gifts he is giving to the Neighbors. A fisherman visits the Neighborhood in search of a good fishing spot. Norman Welsh
CBC 12/26/62 Unknown Norman Welsh
CBC 10/14/63 The puppets are celebrating Thanksgiving Day. Thomas Farmer (Tom Kneebone) delivers a live baby turkey to X the Owl. All of the other neighbors are preparing hot chocolate to take to the dinner at the Castle. King Friday XIII invites the turkey to be a guest, rather than the main course, at the Thanksgiving feast. Tom Kneebone
CBC 10/15/63  Misterogers plays a knocking game. He talks about pretend and visits with a live turkey. There is a miniature submarine in his fountain. Thomas Farmer comes to the Neighborhood to take his turkey, who has been staying with X the Owl, back to his farm. King Friday XIII threatens to throw Thomas Farmer in jail for carrying a miniature submarine, but there is no jail in the Neighborhood. Tom Kneebone
CBC 10/16/63 A live frog visits Misterogers. Donna Miller brings a cake to King Friday XIII. Because of new customs rules at the castle, none of the neighbors have visited King Friday. Donna Miller
CBC 10/17/63  Misterogers blows bubbles and plays a knocking game. The Neighbors send balloons and bubbles to King Friday XIII; thinking they are enemy paratroopers, he shoots them down. Donna Miller shows him that they carry messages of love. Donna Miller
CBC 10/18/63 Misterogers receives an invitation for a peace party at the castle. He shows a balloon that looks like Daniel Striped Tiger. Thomas Farmer brings a rabbit and a turkey to King Friday XIII's peace party. Grandpere makes a pizza while Lady Elaine Fairchilde plans a surprise. Tom Kneebone
CBC 10/21/63 Misterogers talks about roosters and cats. Drew Thompson visits the Neighborhood to tell Henrietta Pussycat that she will be the Cover Cat for Feline Fashions. She has won a new wardrobe and a trip to Paris and London. Drew Thompson
CBC 10/22/63 Misterogers greets his viewers and says he likes them as they are. A reporter interviews the neighbors about Henrietta Pussycat. Lady Elaine Fairchilde says that she is stuck on herself, but Daniel Striped Tiger says that Henrietta is beautiful on the outside and inside.
CBC 10/23/63 Misterogers says that everyone looks better with a smile. Drew Thompson comes to the Neighborhood to deliver Henrietta Pussycat a prize for being the Cover Cat of "Feline Fashion" magazine. Lady Elaine Fairchilde dresses up as Henrietta in hopes of taking the prize for herself, but X the Owl recognizes her. Henrietta is pleased with her case of new dresses. Drew Thompson
CBC 10/24/63 Misterogers talks about friendship. Jean Caval visits from France to show airplane models to King Friday XIII. King Friday decides to fly to Paris to see the full-sized planes. Jean Caval
CBC 10/25/63  Misterogers sends a "Bon Voyage" card to Henrietta Pussycat; she is taking a trip to Paris and London. Henrietta Pussycat is nervous about leaving for Paris and London until X the Owl assures her that he and Daniel Striped Tiger will care for her nine mice. She is also afraid of flying, but Drew Thompson tells her she will be travelling by ship. Drew Thompson
CBC 10/28/63  Misterogers plays with a tame raccoon. Lady Elaine Fairchilde decides to open a motel in the castle. Allen Blye, a space explorer, is her first customer. Allan Blye
CBC 10/29/63 Misterogers shows his pet frog and tells his viewers he likes them exactly as they are. Donna Miller and Edgar Cooke tell Lady Elaine Fairchilde she has to close her motel before King Friday XIII comes back from Paris. Donna Miller
CBC 10/30/63  Misterogers says, "Hello, friend. I'm glad to see you today," in Latin. King Friday XIII arrives home from his trip earlier than expected. Lady Elaine Fairchilde thinks he will be upset about the motel inside the castle, but he is happy that Allen Blye was able to use its services. He hires Blye as his royal pilot. Allan Blye
CBC 10/31/63  Misterogers puts on sad and happy masks. A reporter visits the Neighborhood and is confused by everyone wearing Halloween costumes. Allan Blye
CBC 11/4/63 Misterogers talks about baths, showers and rain. The neighbors receive postcards from Henrietta Pussycat, so they decide to have Mister Artist make postcards that they can send to her in Paris. Eric Aldwinkle
CBC 11/5/63  Misterogers shows the postcard he made for Henrietta Pussycat. The front has pictures of her nine nice mice and the back has a song, "Dear Henrietta." The neighbors create postcards for Henrietta Pussycat. Mister Artist will give them to Henrietta in Paris. Eric Aldwinkle
CBC 11/6/63 Misterogers shows a miniature covered wagon and talks about different types of transportation. King Friday XIII's jet plane arrives, but he is not happy with the color. He orders Allen Blye to fly it back to Paris to have it painted purple. Allan Blye
CBC 11/7/63  Misterogers plays music that inspires slow and flast play. Lady Elaine Fairchilde is a stowaway on King Friday XIII's plane. King Friday commands Pilot Blye to leave her in Paris and let her find her own way back to the neighborhood. Allan Blye
CBC 11/8/63 Misterogers sings a song to a live frog. Allen Blye returns from France with King Friday XIII's plane. He has brought back a sign from Lady Elaine Fairchilde and a photograph from Henrietta Pussycat. Allan Blye
CBC 11/11/63 Misterogers shows a model fire engine and talks about growing up. Cornflake S. Pecially loses his rockit factory to fire. Daniel Striped Tiger cheers him up by inviting him to stay in his clock until he has a new factory. Tom Kneebone
CBC 11/12/63 Misterogers tells a story through music about a person who is walking in the rain, slips, stands up and laughs, and says hello to a friend. Cornflake S. Pecially is not comfortable sharing his feelings about his factory burning down. He becomes happy, though, when Thomas Farmer and Daniel Striped Tiger suggest he build a new factory out of an abandoned trolley. Tom Kneebone
CBC 11/13/63 Misterogers wonders why rings are not called finger rings, but rings for your ears are called earrings. He talks about different types of rings that are not called "rings." King Friday XIII is worried about having the Rockit Factory built so close to the castle. Donna Miller has Cornflake S. Pecially tell King Friday that the first chair he makes will be a rocking throne. King Friday is pleased and allows the construction to continue. Donna Miller
CBC 11/15/63 Misterogers thinks up a new song and says that everybody has a song everyday. Allen Blye is trying to install a pond that Henrietta Pussycat sent from Paris. Grandpere is translating the instructions. King Friday XIII thinks the pond is a foolish idea, but he gives Blye the weekend off to complete the project. Allan Blye
CBC 11/18/63 Misterogers plays with a model submarine and explains that "sub" means under. He mentions other words that have the prefix "sub." Allen Blye and Daniel Striped Tiger discover a tel while digging for the new pond. King Friday XIII sends Blye to the ancient city of Ashdod to retrieve Digger Digorum, an archaeologist. Allan Blye
CBC 11/19/63  Misterogers plays a stringed instrument. Digger Digorum arrives and inspects the tel. She reminisces with King Friday XIII and tells him that Allen Blye, the royal pilot, has a wonderful singing voice. Anna Haworth, Allan Blye
CBC 11/20/63 Misterogers tries on different types of hats. Digger Digorum recruits Daniel Striped Tiger and X the Owl as diggers at the tel. She asks Henrietta Pussycat to make their pith helmets. Anna Haworth
CBC 11/21/63  Misterogers says that everyone in the world is unique. Thomas Farmer visits the neighborhood and learns about the archaeological dig. Digger Digorum invites him to join the dig after he finds a pair of broken scissors. Tom Kneebone
CBC 11/22/63 Misterogers talks about the archaeological dig in the Neighborhood of Make-Believe. He plays with a toy bulldozer. Digger Digorum shows Cornflake S. Pecially, X the Owl and Daniel Striped Tiger how to perform an archaeological dig. Anna Haworth
CBC 11/25/63  Misterogers tells his viewers he likes them exactly as they are. Lady Elaine Fairchilde dresses up as a ghost in order to steal an artifact from the tel. She leaves a note for King Friday XIII saying that the treasure will be returned if he writes a note apologizing for leaving her in Europe. Mr. Cloudhopper, a man who does not speak, is keeping Lady Elaine's secret. Wally Martin
CBC 11/26/63 Misterogers talks about how flowers and tadpoles grow. A ghost is stealing items from the tel. Digger Digorum asks King Friday XIII to write a note of apology to Lady Elaine Fairchilde so that the ghost will go away. Anna Haworth
CBC 11/27/63  Misterogers shows cut-outs of two Greek letters, alpha and beta. He sings the English alphabet song. King Friday XIII makes a deal with the ghost that has been stealing items from the Tel. He will give Lady Elaine Fairchilde three rooms in the castle to use as a motel. Donna Miller
CBC 11/28/63  Misterogers plays peek-a-boo and explains that babies like to see people come back after they have gone away. The Frogg family is interested in moving into Daniel Striped Tiger's pond. Allen Blye discovers that Lady Elaine Fairchilde is the ghost who has been stealing items from the tel. Allan Blye
CBC 11/29/63 Misterogers shows a model airplane and talks about learning how to fly. He asks his viewers if they have ever rode in a plane. Lady Elaine Fairchilde fell from the airplane while flying back from Paris. King Friday XIII said it serves her right for all the trouble she has caused, but he is happy when he hears that she is okay and wants to apologize. Wally Martin, Allan Blye
CBC 12/2/63  Misterogers talks to a live parrot. Allen Blye fills Daniel Striped Tiger's pond with water from the Seine. Mrs. Frogg plans on asking Daniel if she and her family can live in the pond. Allan Blye
CBC 12/3/63  Misterogers introduces his pet frogs to his pet parrot. Cornflake S. Pecially is upset because King Friday XIII will not allow him to open his factory until he has made a royal rocking throne. Thomas Farmer changes the king's mind by asking him to speak at the grand opening. Tom Kneebone
CBC 12/4/63 Misterogers decorates the trolley to celebrate the opening of Cornflake S. Pecially's rockit factory. The neighbors celebrate the grand opening of Cornflake S. Pecially's rockit factory. Donna Miller
CBC 12/5/63 Misterogers tries to teach his pets French words. Daniel Striped Tiger would like to speak to Dr. Frogg's son, Tad, to see if he wants to move into the pond. Digger Digorum unearths the blueprints for a museum. Anna Haworth
CBC 12/6/63  Misterogers shows a model of an antique car. He explains that museums are meant to preserve rare, old objects. King Friday XIII would like Mrs. Frogg to be the curator of the museum they are building in the neighborhood. Lady Elaine Fairchilde is going to surprise King Friday by reviving a musical that she and he once performed. Allan Blye
CBC 12/7/63 Misterogers eats a bowl of cereal and shows that he can tuck his napkin in his shirt collar or put it on his lap. Joey Hollingsworth is in the Neighborhood of Make-Believe selling This and That (cereal and milk). X the Owl and Henrietta Pussycat both place orders. Cornflake S. Pecially is so impressed with Hollingsworth that he hires him as a Rockit salesman. Joey Hollingsworth
CBC 12/9/63 Misterogers plays a psaltery. Tad, still deciding if he would like to move to the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, visits with Daniel Striped Tiger and X the Owl. Elan Stuart comes to give voice lessons to Henrietta Pussycat, but King Friday XIII mistakenly thinks the lessons are a birthday gift for him. Stuart says she can give lessons to both Henrietta and the king. Elan Stuart
CBC 12/10/63 Misterogers thinks up a game to go along with music. Mr. Cloudhopper dances for King Friday XIII; the dancing reminds the king of his part in "Butterfly Butterfly What Can I Say?" Lady Elaine Fairchilde is reviving that opera as a birthday surprise for King Friday. Wally Martin
CBC 12/11/63 Misterogers shows different styles of telephones. He talks about the different types of arches that people walk under everyday. Allen Blye is disappointed because King Friday XIII refuses to go through the underpass or walk across a bridge to get to the new museum. X the Owl has the idea to build a tunnel; King Friday is pleased. Allan Blye
CBC 12/12/63  Misterogers shows different kinds of flashlights and plays a song to go along with a blinking light. King Friday XIII thinks that everyone has forgotten his birthday, but they are actually planning a surprise production of "Butterfly Butterfly What Can I Say?" Tom Kneebone
CBC 12/13/63 Misterogers puts all of the cards, drawings and bits of material that children have sent for King Friday XIII's birthday on the trolley. The neighbors perform "Butterfly Butterfly What Can I Say?" for King Friday XIII's birthday. Tom Kneebone
CBC 12/16/63  Misterogers turns out the lights and looks for the television viewers with a flashlight. Allen Blye talks about Hanukkah and shows X the Owl and Henrietta Pussycat a menorah and a dreidel. Tad decides he wants to live in the Neighborhood of Make-Believe. Allan Blye
CBC 12/17/63 Misterogers says that people grow by loving. Daniel Striped Tiger tells Dr. Frogg he does not have to pay rent for the pond, so he gives Daniel a free check-up. X the Owl, Henrietta Pussycat and Donna Miller talk about growing. Donna Miller
CBC 12/18/63 Misterogers shows photographs of different chairs. Cornflake S. Pecially and Donna Miller present King Friday XIII with his royal rockit. He is pleased. Donna Miller sings the story "Cinderella". Donna Miller
CBC 12/19/63 Misterogers talks about dancing and makes two pairs of children's shoes dance. Joey Hollingsworth, a dancing salesman, meets Daniel Striped Tiger and X the Owl. He tries to sell spoons to King Friday XIII. Joey Hollingsworth
CBC 12/20/63 Misterogers asks his viewers if they have ever moved from one house to another. Thomas Farmer puts the neighbors' housewarming gifts for the Frogg family at the pond. Tom Kneebone
CBC 12/23/63 Misterogers asks the television viewers if their houses are decorated for Christmas. Donna Miller sings songs to the neighbors as their Christmas gifts. Daniel Striped Tiger gives her the core of an apple that he enjoyed eating. Donna Miller
CBC 12/24/63 Misterogers shows a fruitcake and Christmas cards. He puts a strand of lights on his Christmas tree. Thomas Farmer is the Messenger of Christmas. He goes around the neighborhood telling about Jesus' birth, life, death and resurrection. Tom Kneebone
CBC 12/26/63 Misterogers says that there were kisses from his television viewers in his Christmas stocking. He blows a kiss at the camera and sails a toy boat. King Friday XIII gives gifts to the neighbors. The gifts include the sun, the moon, the stars, the oceans and the grass. Allan Blye
CBC 12/27/63 Misterogers eats a bowl of cereal. Joey Hollingsworth sells This and That (milk and cereal) to X the Owl and Henrietta Pussycat. Cornflake S. Pecially hires Hollingsworth as a rockit salesman. Joey Hollingsworth
CBC 12/30/63 Misterogers looks at a book of Mother Goose rhymes. Barbara Hamilton visits the Neighborhood of Make-Believe to learn what happened to the Mother Goose characters after their rhymes ended. She finds out that King Friday XIII put together Humpty Dumpty himself. Barbara Hamilton
CBC 12/31/63  Misterogers has party supplies to celebrate the new year. He talks about making resolutions. Allen Blye teaches the neighbors exercises for their new years resolutions. King Friday XIII commands Blye to fly the plane and bring in the new year. Allan Blye
CBC 1/1/64 Misterogers plays music which a live poodle dances to. Joey Hollingsworth goes "first-footin'" in the Neighborhood of Make-Believe. He gives "neighbor-hoods" to X the Owl, Henrietta Pussycat and Daniel Striped Tiger. King Friday XIII receives a "neighbor-ring" Joey Hollingsworth
CBC 1/2/64 Misterogers plays with a sailboat in his pond. Captain Blye goes around the neighborhood looking for Daniel Striped Tiger. When he finally meets up with him he gives him a kite as a gift. Allan Blye
CBC 1/3/64 Misterogers plays with a pinwheel and a live frog. Cornflake S. Pecially would like to use a windmill to power his rockit factory, but Jonathan Zoogle says the wind velocity is not strong enough. They decide to use an electric fan to run the windmill. John Ziegler
CBC 1/6/64 Misterogers talks about windmills. Jonathan Zoogle constructs a yellow windmill to power Cornflake S. Pecially's rockit factory. John Ziegler
CBC 1/7/64 Misterogers puts his frog on a seaplane in the pond. He uses a shower to produce a rain effect. Jonathan Zoogle installs the Froggy Deicmal System in the museum. King Friday XIII prefers the Royal Decimal System, but Mrs. Frogg does not know that form of classification. John Ziegler
CBC 1/8/64 Misterogers makes a peanut butter and jelly sandwich and pours a glass of milk. He talks about neighborliness. Lady Elaine Fairchilde is selling tickets for her fun fair. Donna Miller will make faces out of food for the fair. Donna Miller
CBC 1/9/64 Misterogers speaks French to a monkey who has just come from France. Allen Blye makes sure that Tad, X the Owl and Henrietta Pussycat are still doing the exercises he showed them during the new year holiday. Allan Blye
CBC 1/10/64 Misterogers makes up a song about a dolly riding in a trolley. Elan Stuart finds sheet music at the museum with a song that she will teach to King Friday XIII and Henrietta Pussycat Elan Stuart
CBC 1/13/64 Misterogers shows how to operate a cash register. Lady Elaine Fairchilde's fun fair is really a fundraiser for her deep sea diving lessons. Rather than giving her his money, Jonathan Zoogle offers to send an instructor. John Ziegler
CBC 1/14/64  Misterogers shows fish in an aquarium. Michael Roth gives deep sea diving lessons to Lady Elaine Fairchilde. Michael Roth
CBC 1/15/64 Misterogers has a feeling that he is going to like today. Thomas Farmer brings his poodle, Louis, to Dr. Frogg, but he is too busy to give him a full examination. Nurse Farmer offers to assist Dr. Frogg in his veterinary practice by being his nurse. Maxine Miller, Tom Kneebone
CBC 1/16/64 Misterogers dresses up like a doctor and asks his television viewers what they would like to be when they grow up. Nurse Farmer gives injections to Daniel Striped Tiger and X the Owl. Maxine Miller
CBC 1/21/64 Misterogers and a kitten are both wearing scarves and earmuffs. Donna Miller teaches Tad how to ice skate. Grandpere then gives her French lessons Donna Miller
CBC 1/22/64 Misterogers talks about circles and spinning. Mrs. Frogg's museum is spinning out of control. X the Owl saves the day with a clever idea. Allan Blye
CBC 1/23/64 Misterogers is teaching a myna bird how to talk. He explains that it takes babies a long time to learn how to speak. Elan Stuart teaches X the Owl a song about a bird. Elan Stuart
CBC 1/24/64  A duckling swims in Misterogers' pond. Misterogers plays appropriate duck music on the piano. Dr. Frogg and Nurse Farmer visit King Friday XIII. Nurse Farmer sings a song about Cinderella. Maxine Miller
CBC 1/27/64 Misterogers flies a model airplane. King Friday XIII hires Loro Farrell as his royal airline stewardess. Allen Blye, Loro Farrell
CBC 1/28/64 Misterogers sits in a airplane passenger seat and has an airline meal. He asks the television viewers to send in drawings of flags for King Friday XIII. Loro Farrell must find a flag for King Friday XIII. She asks the television audience to design flags for the Neighborhood of Make-Believe. Loro Farrell
CBC 1/29/64 Misterogers says that there will be prize for the family whose flag design King Friday XIII picks. Joey Hollingsworth speaks with Cornflake S. Pecially and Daniel Striped Tiger about flags for King Friday XIII. He comes up with the idea of a staircase decorated with multiple flags. Joey Hollingsworth
CBC 1/31/64 Misterogers uses a crane and a bulldozer to build something. He reads the story "Hickey Happyfoot."
CBC 2/3/64 Misterogers shows a ticker tape machine. Grandpere gives Donna Miller a French lesson. Donna Miller
CBC 2/4/64 Misterogers and a kitten enjoy drinking milk. Joey Hollingsworth is selling earmuffs in the Neighborhood of Make-Believe. King Friday XIII buys an invisible pair. Joey Hollingsworth
CBC 2/5/64 Misterogers demonstrates day and night by using a flashlight and a globe. Elan Stuart takes a globe to Cornflake S. Pecially's factory. He thinks it is the actual world and people are trapped inside. Stuart explains that it is just a map. Joey Hollingsworth
CBC 2/6/64 Misterogers shows a round frame of wood and a square frame of wood. He explains that the round frame would make a better wheel than the square frame. Mr. Anybody visits the Neighborhood of Make-Believe and talks with Tad, X the Owl and Henrietta Pussycat. He is an auto mechanic and a poet. Don Francks
CBC 2/7/64  Misterogers uses blocks to build a replica of the Museum-Go-Round. A plate-back lizard is missing from the Museum-Go-Round. Allen Blye finds Lady Elaine Fairchilde using it to eat her dinner; she apologizes for not checking it out of the museum. Allan Blye
CBC 2/12/64 Misterogers speaks in French and talks about the real Eiffel Tower in Paris, France. Donna Miller sings a song in French with Tad. Grandpere begins to teach her "Goldilocks and the Three Bears" in French. Donna Miller
CBC 2/14/64 Misterogers shows a wooden valentine card. Joey Hollingsworth dances for the neighbors as a valentine surprise. Daniel Striped Tiger gives him a heart-shaped cup and X the Owl recites a poem. Joey Hollingsworth
CBC 2/17/64 Misterogers plants a seed. He is anxious for it to grow, but he realizes he must wait. Loro Farrell sings a story about a cow named Chrysanthemum. X the Owl shows a cardboard rainbow he made in Sunday school. Loro Farrell
CBC 2/18/64  Misterogers shows an assortment of cooking utensils. Mr. Anybody pretends to be a chef and fries an egg for Daniel Striped Tiger and X the Owl. Don Francks
CBC 2/19/64 Misterogers makes a pair of shoes dance. Joey Hollingsworth teaches Tad how to dance. X the Owl receives an envelope in the mail marked, "Do not open until tomorrow." Hollingsworth helps him wait by playing with him in the castle garden. Joey Hollingsworth
CBC 2/20/64 Misterogers talks about owls and shows photographs of them. X the Owl learns that he is admitted to the Owl Correspondence School's primary alphabet course. Donna Miller
CBC 2/21/64 Misterogers plays with a chihuahua and puts it on the trolley to ride into the Neighborhood of Make-Believe. Mr. Anybody and a chihuahua pretend to be elephants. Don Francks
CBC 2/24/64 Misterogers shows the parts of vehicles that make them run. For example, he shows the blade on an ice skate. Allen Blye is afraid to tell King Friday XIII that he lost the nose wheel for the royal plane. Daniel Striped Tiger tells him he needs to face his problem squarely. Luckily, Edgar Cooke finds the nose wheel just as Blye is about to tell the king. Allen Blye
CBC 2/25/64 Misterogers shows different types of hats. He talks about rules. King Friday XIII makes up a rule that requires everyone to wear hats when they come to the castle. Elan Stuart has Cornflake S. Pecially make her a hat, only to hear King Friday say that he has retracted the rule. Elan Stuart
CBC 2/26/64  Misterogers sits in different types of rocking chairs. Cornflake S. Pecially makes "Froggstools" for Dr. and Mrs. Frogg. Joey Hollingsworth performs dances from around the world. Joey Hollingsworth
CBC 2/27/64  Misterogers says that parrots speak the language of the country they come from. Grandpere teaches Donna Miller how to sing the story "Goldilocks and the Three Bears" in French. Donna Miller
CBC 2/28/64 Misterogers waves a flag that a child has drawn and talks about museums. Mr. Anybody decides to be a drum major. After putting on the outfit that he gets at the museum, Henrietta Pussycat is so impressed that she proposes marriage. Mr. Anybody tells her that she will find a nice cat to marry someday. Don Francks
CBC 3/2/64 Misterogers plays with a pet squirrel. Donna Miller learns that King Friday XIII took Collette to Paris and left her there. When she confronts him, he says that he wants Collette to be his lady-in-waiting. Miller explains that she has to be close to the castle to be an attendant. The king decides that Collette can return. Donna Miller
CBC 3/3/64  Misterogers shows flags that children have made for King Friday XIII. He explains why it is important to not let flags touch the ground or get dirty and torn. Collette returns from France to be King Friday XIII's lady-in-waiting. Cornflake S. Pecially makes her a fancy rockit. Allan Blye
CBC 3/4/64 Misterogers makes a sock puppet. Nurse Farmer uses a wolf puppet to talk to X the Owl and Tad. Maxine Miller
CBC 3/5/64 Misterogers pretends it is nighttime in his neighborhood. He uses a flashlight to find the television viewers. Mr. Anybody pretends to be a knight. X the Owl plays a dragon and Henrietta Pussycat is saved from the dragon by the knight. Don Francks
CBC 3/6/64 Misterogers dresses up in ladies' and mens' clothing that is too large for him. Loro Farrell dresses up as a princess and sings the story of Cinderella. Loro Farrell
CBC 3/9/64 Misterogers plays with a model elephant and explains that real elephants often carry heavy things. A sultan visits the Neighborhood of Make-Believe and gives gifts to King Friday XIII. He brings an elephant that the puppets enjoy seeing. Mel Scott
CBC 3/10/64 Misterogers makes a pan of fudge and says he will save it for after dinner. King Friday XIII is sick. Daniel Striped Tiger finds Dr. Frogg who writes a prescription for the king. Maxine Miller
CBC 3/11/64 Misterogers has boards covered with flags that children have drawn for King Friday XIII. Lady Elaine Fairchilde is planning a play for King Friday XIII's birthday. She wants Allen Blye to play King Friday's father, X the Owl to be the king's playmate, and Mrs. Frogg to be the governess. None of them are very happy about the idea. Allan Blye
CBC 3/12/64 Misterogers paints and explains what the word "amorphic" means. It is nighttime in the Neighborhood of Make-Believe. Mr. Anybody paints a picture for King Friday XIII's birthday. X the Owl practices his lines for Lady Elaine Fairchilde's play. Don Francks
CBC 3/13/64 Misterogers has a birthday cake for King Friday XIII. The Neighborhood of Make-Believe prepares for King Friday XIII's birthday celebration. He announces that he has chosen a different flag for each day of the year to fly over his castle. Donna Miller, Allan Blye
CBC 3/16/64 Misterogers shows how alarm clocks work. Mr. Anybody allows King Friday XIII to decide what he should be today. The king wants him to be a royal well-wisher dressed in formal clothing. Don Francks
CBC 3/17/64 Misterogers uses a paper smile to show a happy face and a sad face. Mr. Anybody teaches X the Owl the first four letters of the alphabet by using pictures glued to his clothing. Don Francks
CBC 3/18/64 Misterogers sings the alphabet song. He reads the book "Looking for Letters." Mrs. Frogg and King Friday XIII enjoy hearing Misterogers read the book.
CBC 3/19/64 Misterogers plays with a frog in his pond. He has a wooden letter "E" that can turn into an "F." Loro Farrell uses earrings to teach X the Owl the letter "G." Loro Farrell
CBC 3/20/64 Misterogers sings the alphabet song and shows letters from children. X the Owl learns the letters H, I, J, and K Don Francks
CBC 3/23/64 Misterogers asks his television viewers how they would move their bodies if they were certain objects. Charles, Duke of Wallrich, visits the Neighborhood of Make-Believe to see his uncle, King Friday XIII. The king is too busy to see him and cannot remember whether he has a nephew or not. The neighbors try to cheer up the duke. Loro Farrell, Charles Wallrich
CBC 3/24/64 Misterogers spins a wheel. Charles, Duke of Wallrich, meets his uncle, King Friday XIII. The king is satisfied with everything about him except for his clothes. He presents the duke with a crown, a ring and a robe. Charles Wallrich
CBC 3/25/64 Misterogers prepares a package for shipment and puts it in a mailbox. Allen Blye mistakenly delivers a package to X the Owl that was meant for Misterogers. The package contains a yo-yo, but X has no idea what it is. Blye discovers that King Friday XIII cannot identify it as a yo-yo, either. Allan Blye
CBC 3/26/64 Misterogers plays cylinder recordings on a gramophone. Donna Miller and Mrs. Frogg draw while listening to music. X the Owl is so impressed with Miller's drawing that he takes it home to use as a patch on his wall. Donna Miller
CBC 3/27/64  Misterogers shows that a bulb he planted a month ago is now blooming. He explains that bulbs and seeds grow like people. Nurse Farmer returns from a trip around the world. She shows pictures to Dr. Frogg of the hospitals, doctors and nurses that she saw. She reports to King Friday XIII on what she has discovered about the meaning of love. Maxine Miller
CBC 3/30/64 Misterogers uses a can-can phone. King Friday XIII is upset with Loro Farrell because she cannot find the missing pineapple can. Loro Farrell
CBC 3/31/64  Misterogers has a four-sided doll whose faces display different emotions. Allen Blye, by keeping a smile on his face, makes King Friday XIII think that the pineapple can has been found. Allan Blye
CBC 4/2/64  Misterogers goes inside a phone booth and shows how a pay telephone works. King Friday XIII is happy with the phone booth that will replace the pineapple can. Donna Miller
CBC 4/3/64 Misterogers is packing a suitcase for an overnight trip. King Friday XIII allows Allen Blye to plan a vacation. Blye sings a Passover song for X the Owl and Henrietta Pussycat. Allan Blye
CBC 4/6/64 Misterogers shows how shoes are made. The Duke of Wallrich reads the book "The Elf, the Shoemaker and the Shoemaker's Wife." Tad encourages him to make it into a play. They begin planning who will play what role. Charles Wallrich
CBC 4/7/64 Misterogers tries on an elf hat and beard. Charles Wallrich tries to prepare X the Owl and King Friday XIII for their roles in the play, "The Elf, the Shoemaker, and the Shoemaker's Wife." X would rather watch the play than be in it, but he becomes more excited after trying on the elf costume. King Friday learns the song he will sing as the shoemaker and demands a gold hammer to use as a prop. Charles Wallrich
CBC 4/8/64 Misterogers puts on a costume and asks his television viewers if they have ever made up plays. X the Owl, Loro Farrell and King Friday XIII perform "The Elf, the Shoemaker and the Shoemaker's Wife." Loro Farrell
CBC 4/9/64 Misterogers uses two dolls to illustrate politeness and care for others. Nurse Farmer and X the Owl encourage Dr. Frogg to smile and say please and thank you more often. Maxine Miller
CBC 4/10/64 Misterogers plays with a chihuahua dog. Mrs. Frogg enjoys hearing Misterogers read the story "Clide the Zipper."
CBC 4/13/64 Misterogers shows live frogs and turtles. He says that children grow old enough to care for their own pets. Edgar Cooke takes over the switchboard for Miss Paulificate because she would like to take a walk. She gets an organ grinder and a toy monkey from the Museum-Go-Round and has her hat stolen by Lady Elaine Fairchilde. Later, King Friday XIII discovers that she is away from her post. Barbara Spence
CBC 4/14/64 Misterogers searches for a lost necktie. The television viewers help him find it hidden on the trolley. Mr. Anybody turns into a detective to search for Miss Paulificate's missing hat. He finds it on Lady Elaine Fairchilde's head; she gladly gives it back. Don Francks
CBC 4/15/64 Misterogers plays different musical instruments and says that music can affect people's moods. Dr. Frogg and Nurse Farmer do not know how to treat a sick hound dog named Pip. He eventually perks up after hearing a song about friendship and eating a plate of sauerkraut. Maxine Miller
CBC 4/16/64  Misterogers shows different postcards and makes one using a picture of himself. Allen Blye is afraid to tell King Friday XIII that Joey Hollingsworth is selling rockits to the royal family in England. He is surprised to discover that the king is delighted with Hollingsworth. Allan Blye, Joey Hollingsworth
CBC 4/22/64 Misterogers plays with a live goose. Daphne Entwhistle is pretending to be Mother Goose. She learns that King Friday XIII is the inspiration for "Little Jack Horner." Barbara Hamilton
CBC 4/23/64 Misterogers reads the book "Sidewalk Bus."
CBC 4/24/64 Misterogers shows the similarities and differences of ukuleles and harps. Eddie Bickert visits the Neighborhood of Make-Believe. He plays the ukulele instead of speaking, so Mr. Anybody translates for him. Don Francks, Eddie Bickert
CBC 4/27/64 Misterogers swings on a swing. Josie Carey visits her Children's Corner friends in the Neighborhood of Make-Believe. Josie Carey
CBC 4/28/64 Misterogers makes an alarm clock ring and pretends it is early morning in the Neighborhood of Make-Believe. Josie Carey visits King Friday XIII. He gives her the south pole and asks Allen Blye to fly her there. Josie Carey, Allan Blye
CBC 4/29/64 Misterogers plays with a live frog. Josie Carey visits Mrs. Frogg at the Museum-Go-Round and helps X the Owl with his alphabet lesson from the Owl Correspondence School. Josie Carey
CBC 4/30/64 Misterogers receives a letter for X the Owl from the Owl Correspondence School. Morgan P. Thorpe comes from the Owl Correspondence School to give X the Owl an examination on the alphabet. X passes and learns that he will graduate tomorrow. Josie Carey, Grant Cowan
CBC 5/4/64 Misterogers shows a cardboard sun and a cardboard moon. He explains that some people work during the day, sleep during the night, and take one vacation each year. Miss Paulificate thinks Edgar Cooke deserves a vacation. Cornflake S. Pecially will set up a contest giving away a free vacation and Edgar will win. Barbara Spence
CBC 5/5/64 Misterogers completes a word puzzle on a chalkboard. Edgar Cooke wins Cornflake S. Pecially's vacation contest. King Friday XIII says he must find a replacement before he leaves. Don Francks
CBC 5/6/64 Misterogers shows different size chef's hats and explains that the height is equal to the chef's rank in the kitchen. Edgar Cooke trains John Reardon as his replacement. King Friday XIII is pleased with the choice. John Reardon
CBC 5/7/64 Misterogers records a statement on a tape recorder then plays it back. John Reardon and King Friday XIII decide to make a recording entitled "King Friday XIII Celebrates." John Reardon, Maxine Miller
CBC 5/8/64 Misterogers records himself singing "I Like You as You Are" and plays it back. John Reardon finishes the recordings for the Neighborhood of Make-Believe record album. Mrs. Frogg reveals the cover. John Reardon
CBC 5/11/64 Misterogers listens to his theme song on a record player. Donna Miller learns about the record album that John Reardon helped the neighbors record. She watches Mrs. Frogg print the album covers and she shows King Friday XIII how to play the record at the correct speed. Donna Miller
CBC 5/12/64 Misterogers has an elaborate model train display. Mr. Anybody pretends to be a railroad engineer and convinces King Friday XIII to allow him to build a railroad behind the castle. Don Francks
CBC 5/13/64  Misterogers shows different types of model trains. Dr. Frogg is worried about having a noisy train in the Neighborhood of Make-Believe. Cornflake S. Pecially has the idea to make a quiet locomotive; he softens up King Friday XIII by giving him a ride on the Rockit Factory elevator. Barbara Spence
CBC 5/14/64 Misterogers plays a record of sound effects. He flies a model airplane. Allen Blye offers the neighbors a ride on an airplane. X the Owl and Henrietta Pussycat are the only ones to accept. Mrs. Frogg sends a picture of herself along for the ride. Allan Blye
CBC 5/15/64  Misterogers spends the entire episode with his television viewers. He builds with blocks, shows homemade figurines and pictures that children have made, uses a battery crane, plays the harpsichord and clavichord, plays with a small animal, and shows a film about children.
CBC 5/18/64 Misterogers uses blocks to illustrate the fact that all buildings must be built from the bottom up. Dr. Frogg would like Nurse Farmer to build a hospital today. Mr. Cloudhopper can use his magic to build one, but first he must remember how to think outloud. X the Owl helps him communicate. Maxine Miller, Wally Martin
CBC 5/19/64 Misterogers wears a hospital gown, mask and cap and washes his hands in the sink. Mr. Anybody and Mr. Cloudhopper construct a hospital for Dr. Frogg. Don Francks, Wally Martin
CBC 5/21/64  Misterogers watches a training video for airline stewardesses. Nurse Farmer needs to find an airline stewardess for King Friday XIII's plane. Lady Elaine Fairchilde volunteers her services. The king is skeptical, but he orders a stewardess outfit for her. Maxine Miller
CBC 5/22/64 Misterogers runs a roller skate along the trolley track. Mr. Anybody tries to give Lady Elaine Fairchilde her stewardess uniform, but she says she is looking for a bridal gown instead. She thinks that Cornflake S. Pecially has proposed to her by giving her a baseball bat. Don Francks
CBC 5/25/64 Misterogers shows a professional drawing of himself and then draws a self-portrait. Joey Hollingsworth returns from a successful rockit selling trip. The neighbors update him on all that has happened to them since he last visited. Joey Hollingsworth
CBC 5/26/64  Misterogers' barber cuts his hair and shows his equipment. A hairstylist visits the Neighborhood of Make-Believe to style Lady Elaine Fairchilde's hair for her wedding day. Giuseppe Totino, Doug Crosley
CBC 5/27/64 Misterogers shows how to make a bed. Nurse Farmer offers to train Henrietta Pussycat to be a nurse. Lady Elaine Fairchilde prepares her hair for her wedding by sitting under a hair dryer. Maxine Miller
CBC 5/28/64 Misterogers shows pictures of balls and their respective sports. King Friday XIII has a consultation with a hairstylist that visits the Neighborhood of Make-Believe. The hairstylist combs out Lady Elaine Fairchilde's curly wig and encourages her to talk with Cornflake S. Pecially about the wedding. Doug Crosley
CBC 5/29/64  Misterogers shows how a telephone switchboard works. Mrs. Frogg prints the wedding invitations and Donna Miller delivers them. King Friday XIII demands that the wedding invitations be reprinted with his name on them as the best man. Donna Miller
CBC 6/1/64 Misterogers shows photographs of scenery and people. He talks about proper photography technique and composition. Joey Hollingsworth takes pictures of the neighbors' heads and puts them on different bodies. Joey Hollingsworth
CBC 6/2/64 Misterogers shows a photograph album featuring pictures of famous people. Santa Claus visits the Neighborhood of Make-Believe to see his good friend, Daniel Striped Tiger. King Friday XIII invites them to tea at the castle. Norman Welsh
CBC 6/5/64 Misterogers prepares to perform Lady Elaine Fairchilde's and Cornflake S. Pecially's wedding service. Mr. Anybody learns that Cornflake S. Pecially knows nothing about the wedding and has no plans of ever marrying Lady Elaine Fairchilde. Rather than tell her that directly, Mr. Anybody tells Lady Elaine he needs her for a ballet troupe; she decides to forego the married life and pursue her dance career.
CBC 6/8/64 Misterogers spends the entire episode with his television viewers. He shows self-portraits of viewers, draws while listening to a song, plays the organ, and sings a song about Cinderella.
CBC 6/11/64  Misterogers looks at pictures of butterflies, caterpillars, frogs and tadpoles in an encyclopedia. Tad is afraid of Robert Farmer because he has white hands like King Friday XIII; he thinks all people with white skin are mean. Robert Farmer explains that people can have similar skin colors but be completely different on the inside. Robert Farmer goes to the king and explains that he can be a respected monarch while also being a kind, gentle man. Bob Jeffrey
CBC 6/15/64 Misterogers shows movie footage of Newfoundland and says that people have emotions associated with every place they have ever visited. Mr. Lee Roy brings Lady Elaine Fairchilde back to the Neighborhood of Make-Believe from the Ballet du Monde. Lady Elaine learns that, although she is often foolish, everyone in the neighborhood is happy to see her again. LeRoy Soper
CBC 6/16/64 Misterogers plays with old, worn toys and repairs a few of them. Santa Claus comes the Neighborhood of Make-Believe to collect old toys to take back to the North Pole to be repaired. Lady Elaine Fairchilde wants the toys for herself; she plans to have a rummage sale. Norman Welsh
CBC 6/18/64 Misterogers shows shoes that are made for specific activities. Dr. Frogg realizes that he needs to have his eyes examined. Joey Hollingsworth will not be able to dance at Lady Elaine Fairchilde's rummage sale, so he teaches Daniel Striped Tiger how to dance. Joey Hollingsworth
CBC 6/19/64 Misterogers and John Duncan play and talk about the harp. Lady Elaine Fairchilde holds a rummage sale with Mr. Anybody as the auctioneer. Everyone wants to bid on a beautiful harp, but it disappears in a cloud of smoke when they begin to argue. Don Francks, John Duncan
CBC 6/23/64 Misterogers looks at an aquarium full of fish and says that they need water the way humans need air. Robert Farmer comes to the Neighborhood of Make-Believe to take New Guinea, Daniel Striped Tiger's pet, to the farm for the summer. He tells Daniel and Tad that he is planning on flooding out one of his fields so he can turn it into a pond. Digger Digorum tells him that there are dolmens in that field, so he must not turn it into a pond. Digger plans an archaeological dig. Anna Haworth, Bob Jeffrey
CBC 6/25/64 Misterogers plays with a toy motorboat. King Friday XIII is treating his staff to a vacation. Collette does not want to leave Grandpere behind, so the king decides he can come along on the world tour. Donna Miller, Allan Blye

WTAE (1964-1966)

Network Airdate Description Guest Stars
WTAE 11/16/64  Mister Rogers plays with blocks that are decorated with letters of the alphabet. He enters the Neighborhood of Make-Believe by watching a television set. A few of the puppets talk to him, but Henrietta Pussycat is too shy to appear.
WTAE 11/17/64  Mister Rogers plays with a toy rocket and talks with Cornflake S. Pecially about Henrietta Pussycat's shyness. Henrietta finally decides to emerge from her house and say hello.
WTAE 11/18/64  Mister Rogers tells the story of Cinderella.
WTAE 11/19/64 Mister Rogers talks with Daniel Striped Tiger about gymnastics. Two gymnasts perform a few exercises.
WTAE 11/20/64 Mister Rogers draws and listens to King Friday XIII's fanfare. King Friday talks with Mr. Anybody. Don Francks
WTAE 11/23/64 Mister Rogers explains what electricity is as he turns off the lights and uses a flashlight. He shows portraits and talks about a Christmas tree that is attached to the corner of a building in Pittsburgh.
WTAE 11/24/64  Mister Rogers finds an animal sitting next to his piano. It belongs to Frank Napier who is talking to Daniel Striped Tiger in the Neighborhood of Make-Believe. Frank Napier
WTAE 11/25/64 Mister Rogers uses a can opener. Mr. Anybody visits the Neighborhood of Make-Believe as a chef and helps Edgar Cooke prepare a Thanksgiving dinner. Don Francks
WTAE 11/26/64  Mister Rogers asks his viewers what they are doing for Thanksgiving. He encourages them to pretend to be different things.
WTAE 11/27/64  Mister Rogers compares a ukulele to a harp. Joe Negri plays the guitar in the Neighborhood of Make-Believe. Joe Negri
WTAE 11/30/64 Mister Rogers shows the many things he can do with his hands. Josie Carey visits the Neighborhood of Make-Believe. Josie Carey
WTAE 12/1/64 Mister Rogers builds a model of the Eiffel Tower and teaches his viewers a few French words. Collette speaks French at the Eiffel Tower in the Neighborhood of Make-Believe while Grandpere takes a bath.
WTAE 12/3/64 Mister Rogers wonders about Captain Blye and shows how to make a sound recording. He would like Henrietta Pussycat to sing on the album. King Friday XIII would like everyone to sing "Prosperous Interval of Time" Allan Blye
WTAE 12/8/64 Mister Rogers plays with toy cars and puts on a seatbelt. Cornflake S. Pecially shows drawings to Collette and explains that they will be sent to children at the hospital. Mister Rogers asks his viewers to send in drawings for hospitalized children.
WTAE 12/9/64 Mister Rogers tries on different hats. Emilie Jacobson visits the Neighborhood of Make-Believe. Emilie Jacobson
WTAE 12/10/64 Mister Rogers rides an elevator to the toy department at Horne's department store. X the Owl recites a poem about the letter "Y"
WTAE 3/16/65 Misterogers shows live frogs and turtles. He says that children grow old enough to care for their own pets. Nurse Farmer is looking for a horse who disappeared from the hospital. She finds him at the factory where Cornflake S. Pecially is constructing a Rockit-Horse. Maxine Miller
WTAE 4/6/65 Misterogers demonstrates how buses and shoes are means of travel. He reads the book "The Sidewalk Bus." X the Owl and Henrietta Pussycat watch their television to see Misterogers reading "The Sidewalk Bus."
WTAE 9/19/65 Misterogers talks about the alphabet and tries to recite it backwards. Daniel Striped Tiger and Joe Negri are anxious for X the Owl to return from summer school. They stock his tree with prunes and apricots. Joe Negri
WTAE 10/3/65 Mister Rogers shows the equipment that cowboys wear. Maxine Miller is looking for King Friday XIII in the Neighborhood of Make-Believe. Because Lady Elaine Fairchilde has turned his castle garden into a ranch, King Friday and Maxine decide to scare her away by making her think the ranch is haunted. Rather than being frightened, Lady Elaine decides to name her ranch "Ghost Ranch." Maxine Miller
WTAE 10/10/65 Misterogers demonstrates household moving by taking the furniture from one dollhouse and putting it in another. Lady Elaine Fairchilde would like to have King Friday XIII haunt her ghost ranch every night, but he refuses. Handyman Negri dresses up as a ghost and encourages Donkey Hodie to stay at the ranch. Joe Negri
WTAE 10/17/65 Misterogers pretends to talk with Henrietta Pussycat on the pineapple can telephone. He makes an ice cream sundae and drinks a glass of milk. The pineapple can telephone is missing from the Neighborhood of Make-Believe. King Friday XIII wants Josie Carey to explain its disappearance, but she knows nothing. He tells her about Donkey Hodie's snoring. Donkey Hodie appears with a windmill and the pineapple can telephone. Josie Carey
WTAE 10/24/65 Mister Rogers shows a disguise kit and asks his viewers what they will dress up as for Halloween. Jamie Rogers visits with Daniel Striped Tiger in the Neighborhood of Make-Believe. Daniel would like to wear a pair of wings, but Lady Elaine Fairchilde will not let him borrow them. King Friday XIII invites Jamie to have a glass of chocolate milk. They encourage Lady Elaine Fairchilde to dress up as a princess so that Daniel can borrow her wings. Jamie Rogers
WTAE 11/7/65 Mister Rogers plays with a white rabbit and talks about smiling. He shows a film of a dance lesson. Mr. Cloudhopper visits with Henrietta Pussycat and X the Owl. Unfortunately, he has forgotten how to talk. Lady Elaine Fairchilde tries to scare him into talking, but X remembers how Cloudhopper was able to speak before--he thought out loud.
WTAE 11/14/65 Misterogers shows a ring-neck pheasant and asks his viewers to hop and dance around to music. He wonders if X the Owl is flying today. Later he shows a film of a dance lesson. Misterogers says that his daily visits begin tomorrow. X the Owl tells Daniel Striped Tiger about seeing a giant pheasant in the Neighborhood of Make-Believe. The giant pheasant is actually a man in costume. The man shows off his baby to Daniel and X
WTAE 11/21/65 Lady Judinaze, King Friday XIII's missing niece, returns to the Neighborhood of Make-Believe.
WTAE 11/22/65  Lady Judinaze plans for a parade that King Friday XIII is having in her honor.
WTAE 11/23/65  Lady Judinaze sings "Cinderella as a Princess."
WTAE 12/1/65 Misterogers shows how shoes are put together. He also has a hammer and an apron. Daniel Striped Tiger and Joe Negri talk about the "Elf, the Shoemaker, and the Shoemaker's Wife" play. Joe Negri
WTAE 12/2/65  Misterogers has boys', girl's, men's and women's shoes. King Friday XIII agrees to Josie Carey's suggestions as to who should play what role in the Shoemaker play. However, the play must be performed in Some Place Else. Josie Carey
WTAE 12/3/65 Misterogers plays with an elf doll and tells the story of "The Elves and the Shoemaker." Josie Carey and X the Owl practice their songs for the Shoemaker play, but they are disheartened because King Friday XIII wants them to find Some Place Else to perform the play. Donkey Hodie says they will find the proper place. Josie Carey
WTAE 12/5/65 Misterogers puts on an elf hat and wonders how elves walk. He says that the Neighborhood of Make-Believe neighbors are putting on the play "The Elf, the Shoemaker, and the Shoemaker's Wife. "The neighbors perform their play in Some Place Else. Josie Carey
WTAE 12/6/65  Misterogers plays animal sounds on the piano and asks his viewers to pretend along with the music. Emilie Jacobson recites poetry with Daniel Striped Tiger. Emilie Jacobson
WTAE 12/8/65 Misterogers draws a number grid. Charlie Appel is nervous about performing in front of King Friday XIII. When he has trouble with a magic trick, Donkey Hodie distracts the king. Charlie Appel
WTAE 12/12/65  Misterogers plays with water toys and shows an aquarium full of fish. Captain Blye decorates the Neighborhood of Make-Believe with Christmas greens. King Friday XIII commands him to decorate the entire castle. Unfortunately, the greens in the basement cause a small fire. Captain Blye and Willie Saunders extinguish the fire and talk with King Friday about the danger of his rule. Allan Blye, Willie Saunders
WTAE 12/13/65 Misterogers adds his pet, piano, and plant to his family portrait. Mr. Anybody borrows some items from X the Owl and Henrietta Pussycat so that he can dress up as a cowboy. X does not want to play the bad guy, but Henrietta says she will be the bad girl. Don Francks
WTAE 12/14/65 Misterogers shows a hen and her eggs. Mr. Anybody is pretending to be a chef. He fries an egg for Donkey Hodie. Don Francks
WTAE 12/14/65  Misterogers shows the hats that chefs wear. Edgar Cooke is upset because he will never wear the black hat of a master chef. Mr. Anybody talks with Donkey Hodie about the problem. They decide to give Edgar black bands for each good meal he cooks; the black will eventually cover up the white on his hat. Don Francks
WTAE 12/15/65  Misterogers has a live animal with him. He plays music that sounds like animals. Frank Napier films X the Owl and Henrietta Pussycat. He also shows them a film that was shot in a jungle. Frank Napier
WTAE 12/16/65 Misterogers shows some items that came from Japan. Peggy Hodges visits Daniel Striped Tiger and tells him a Japanese story. Peggy Hodges
WTAE 12/17/65 Misterogers shows how musicians write music. Janine Essex performs a concert for King Friday XIII. Janine Essex
WTAE 12/19/65 Misterogers plays bells, a glockenspiel, and a recorder. He shows a film about the Middle East. Daniel Striped Tiger and Joe Negri make a doll bed. Singers from St. Edmund's Academy perform for King Friday XIII. Joe Negri
WTAE 12/20/65 Misterogers shows family portraits. He visits with an animal who has been adopted from a rescue league. Sue Morris gives Christmas gifts to X the Owl, Henrietta Pussycat and Daniel Striped Tiger. Sue Morris
WTAE 12/21/65  Misterogers makes a snowflake out of paper. He wonders if his viewers have ever made snowmen. X the Owl tells Captain Blye that he would like to receive an orange for Christmas. King Friday XIII orders Captain Blye to search for Old Man Winter. He finally appears and has a meeting with the king. Joe Negri, Allan Blye
WTAE 12/22/65 Misterogers plays hide and seek with the camera. Captain Blye is leaving the Neighborhood of Make-Believe. He says goodbye to Daniel Striped Tiger and Grandpere. Allan Blye
WTAE 12/23/65  Misterogers is wrapping Christmas gifts for his father and his rabbit, Hippity. X the Owl hopes to receive an orange for Christmas. King Friday XIII dictates to Henrietta Pussycat the list of Christmas gifts he is giving to the Neighbors.
WTAE 12/24/65 Misterogers feeds his rabbit, Hippity. He also shows drawings that children have made of Hippity. X the Owl would like to receive an orange for Christmas. He and Daniel Striped Tiger talk about Jesus. Joe Negri sings a Christmas carol. Joe Negri
WTAE 12/26/65 Misterogers shows the Christmas gifts he received. He tries on different hats and selects his favorite. X the Owl, Henrietta Pussycat, and Daniel Striped Tiger show off the Christmas gifts they received. Emilie Jacobson has tea with King Friday XIII. He gives her a record album. Emilie Jacobson
WTAE 1/2/66 Misterogers blows bubbles. Donkey Hodie and Lady Judinaze are anxious for Van Cliburn to arrive. They learn that Mr. Cliburn will only perform for King Friday XIII. Still, X the Owl and Daniel Striped Tiger catch a glimpse of him as he is leaving the castle. Joe Negri, Van Cliburn
WTAE 1/9/66 Misterogers shows illustrations from the book "What Whiskers Did" and asks his viewers to think up their own words for the story. Henrietta Pussycat is upset because Lady Elaine Fairchilde called her "chicken" for not peeking at Bud Alder's science experiment. King Friday XIII exercises with Willie Saunders and then watches Alder perform the experiment. Joe Negri, Willie Saunders, Bud Alder
WTAE 1/16/66 Misterogers builds a tunnel out of blocks and drives a Lego car through it. Trolley challenges himself by completing 100 consecutive runs on his track. Frank Napier shows King Friday XIII an iguana, a hamster, and a guinea pig. Frank Napier
WTAE 1/23/66  Misterogers talks about the alphabet and puts on different kinds of glasses. He reads a book called "Willy's Silly Glasses." Donkey Hodie uses a wallpaper roll to look at the stars. Grandpere sings a song. King Friday XIII works with a royal wallpaper hanger. Joe Negri
WTAE 1/30/66 Misterogers and Bud Alder perform an experiment using salt and sugar. Later Mister Rogers plays with rod puppets. King Friday XIII watches Vija Vetra teach a dance class. Bud Alder, Vija Vetra
WTAE 2/6/66  Misterogers shows a film of himself at the barbershop. X the Owl is missing. Willie Saunders finds him in the Rockit Factory; he is hiding because he is embarrassed after giving himself a haircut. King Friday XIII participates in an Eagle Scout ceremony. Willie Saunders, Aileen Goodman
WTAE 2/13/66 Misterogers makes a Valentine's Day card. Joe Negri gives Valentines to X the Owl and Henrietta Pussycat. Emilie Jacobson recites a poem for Daniel Striped Tiger. King Friday XIII watches a group of tumblers perform. Joe Negri, Emilie Jacobson
WTAE 2/20/66 Misterogers shows pieces of medical equipment and a film of himself receiving an injection. Henrietta Pussycat is sick. Mr. Anybody, who is pretending to be a doctor, treats her. King Friday XIII learns a dance from Vija Vetra. Don Francks, Vija Vetra
WTAE 2/27/66  Misterogers builds with blocks. Donkey Hodie and Lady Judinaze say that is fun to build things and then knock them down. King Friday XIII is concerned about his flag. Joe Negri, Willie Saunders
WTAE 3/6/66 Misterogers shows the letters of the alphabet and plays with two red balls. Josie Carey visits Daniel Striped Tiger and X the Owl. Bill Stiles, a magician, performs for King Friday XIII. Josie Carey, Bill Stiles
WTAE 3/13/66 Misterogers encourages his viewers to remember other times they have been together. He puts on an Indian headdress. Carol Saunders sings a song with Henrietta Pussycat and X the Owl. Daniel Striped Tiger listens to Irish stories. Vija Vetra performs a Mexican dance. Carol Saunders, Vija Vetra

Eastern Educational Network

Network Airdate Description Guest Stars
EEN 11/21/1966 Misterogers shows a trick involving a quarter, forks, spoons and a glass of water. He meets a lion cub and watches a film about adult lions. Emilie Jacobson pronounces a long, Welsh word and dances with King Friday XIII. The Neighborhood of Make-Believe segment is a kinescope of "Misterogers" (CBC, Dec. 19) which features Joey Hollingsworth as a spoon salesman. Joey Hollingsworth, Emilie Jacobson
EEN 11/22/1966  Misterogers plays with a toy submarine in an aquarium. Picture-Picture shows a film of a real submarine. Craft Lady visits Misterogers. Daniel Striped Tiger is excited about a gift he received from Henrietta Pussycat: a pond for fish and frogs. He tells King Friday XIII about the gift. For the remainder of the Neighborhood of Make-Believe segment, a kinescope from Misterogers (CBC, Nov. 18) was used. The kinescope features Allan Blye and is about an archaeological dig in the Neighborhood. Allan Blye
EEN 11/23/1966  Misterogers discusses growth and shows a tadpole and a frog and a seed and a flower. Clockmaker Barker gives a demonstration on clocks. The Neighborhood of Make-Believe segment, provided by a kinescope of "Misterogers" (CBC, Nov. 26), is about ghosts haunting the site of an archaeological dig. William Pierson Barker, Anna Haworth
EEN 11/24/1966 Misterogers tells how the word "glasses" can have different meanings by showing eyeglasses and drinking glasses. He uses a briefcase to show the difference between heavy and light. Scientist Bud Alder visits and performs an experiment. For the Neighborhood of Make-Believe segments, two different "Misterogers" kinescopes were used; one featured Donna Miller (CBC, Nov. 27) and the other featured Allan Blye (CBC, Nov. 28). Donna Miller, Allan Blye, Bud Alder
EEN 11/25/1966 Misterogers shows different types of lamps and light bulbs. The Russelites perform for King Friday XIII. The Neighborhood of Make-Believe segment is a "Misterogers" kinescope (CBC, Nov. 29) featuring Wally Martin and Allan Blye. Wally Martin, Allan Blye, The Russelites
EEN 11/28/1966 Misterogers plays with toy boats in a water table and cares for some live ducks. Picture-Picture shows a filmstrip of waves. Carol Saunders visits and sings a song about ducks. The Neighborhood of Make-Believe segment is a kinescope of "Misterogers" (CBC, Dec.3) featuring Tom Kneebone. Tom Kneebone, Carol Saunders, Bud Alder
EEN 11/29/1966 Misterogers talks about words that rhyme. Chef Brockett shows him how to make taffy. Misterogers dresses up as a fireman and pretends to save a person from a building. The Neighborhood of Make-Believe segment is a kinescope of "Misterogers" (CBC, Dec. 4) featuring Donna Miller. It is the grand opening of Cornflake S. Pecially's Rock-it Factory. Donna Miller, Don Brockett, Dave Russell
EEN 11/30/1966  Misterogers goes on a treasure hunt and discovers a box of dinosaur cookies from Emilie Brontesaurus. The Neighborhood of Make-Believe segment is a kinescope of "Misterogers" (CBC, Dec. 5) in which a blueprint for a museum is discovered. Anna Haworth is featured. Anna Haworth
EEN 12/1/1966 Picture-Picture shows pictures of artwork by children. The Craft Lady visits Misterogers with a variety of materials. Misterogers meets a calf and its mother. A farmer shows King Friday XIII how to milk a cow. The Neighborhood of Make-Believe segment is a kinescope of "Misterogers" (CBC, Dec. 27) about Cornflake S. Pecially hiring Joey Hollingsworth as a salesman. Joey Hollingsworth
EEN 12/2/1966 Misterogers uses a dollhouse to discuss the emotions associated with moving. Emilie Jacobson visits. Vija Vetra teaches a dance to King Friday XIII. The Neighborhood of Make-Believe segment is a kinescope of "Misterogers" (CBC, Dec. 20) about the Frogg family moving into the neighborhood. Tom Kneebone, Vija Vetra, Emilie Jacobson
EEN 12/5/1966  Picture-Picture shows a slide of a blimp. Misterogers and Emilie Brontesaurus play with balloons and pinwheels. The Neighborhood of Make-Believe segment is a kinescope of "Misterogers" (CBC, Jan. 2) about air velocity and fans. John Ziegler is the guest. John Ziegler
EEN 12/6/1966 Picture-Picture shows a film of Misterogers trying to fly a kite. A woodwind player stops by on his way to King Friday XIII's castle. Misterogers makes his own instrument by blowing on a bottle full of water. Craft Lady visits and makes a kite. A woodwind player entertains King Friday XIII. The Neighborhood of Make-Believe segment is a kinescope of "Misterogers" (CBC, Jan. 3) featuring Allan Blye. Blye gives Daniel Striped Tiger a kite and delivers the mail. Allan Blye
EEN 12/7/1966  Misterogers makes a banana split. He plays with a live monkey while Picture-Picture shows a filmstrip of monkeys playing. A naturalist comes and Misterogers asks him/her questions about the monkey. Willie Saunders exercises with King Friday XIII. The Neighborhood of Make-Believe segment is a kinescope of "Misterogers" (CBC, Jan. 8) in which Donna Miller makes a bananaman. Willie Saunders, Donna Miller
EEN 12/8/1966 Misterogers plays in a toy tunnel and reads a book. The Russelites entertain King Friday XIII. The Neighborhood of Make-Believe segment is a kinescope of "Misterogers" (CBC, Jan. 7) which features John Ziegler flying a kite. John Ziegler, The Russelites
EEN 12/9/1966 Misterogers makes sandwiches for Carol Saunders and some children that he is expecting. He plays with blocks, a toy crane, and pebbles. The Neighborhood of Make-Believe segment is a kinescope of "Misterogers" (CBC, Jan. 9) in which Allan Blye supervises exercises. Carol Saunders, Allan Blye
EEN 12/12/1966 Misterogers pretends to buy things with play money and a cash register. Emilie BronteStegasaurus surprises him with cotton candy and popcorn. The Neighborhood of Make-Believe is a kinescope of "Misterogers" (CBC, Jan. 13) with John Ziegler at a fun fair. John Ziegler
EEN 12/13/1966 Misterogers talks about fishes and whales and wonders what it would be like to live underwater. Carol Saunders and a few children sing in the kitchen. The Neighborhood of Make-Believe segment is a kinescope of "Misterogers" (CBC, Jan. 14) with Michael Roth as a deep diving teacher. Carol Saunders, Michael Roth
EEN 12/14/1966 Misterogers talks about pets and pretends to be a cat. Picture-Picture shows pictures of dogs. Craft Lady makes a gift for a royal pet. The Neighborhood of Make-Believe segment is a kinescope of "Misterogers" (CBC, Jan. 15) featuring Tom Kneebone and Maxine Miller. Maxine Miller, Tom Kneebone
EEN 12/15/1966 Misterogers talks about mice and pretends to be a mouse. Picture-Picture shows a film of Misterogers receiving an injection at a doctor's office. Daniel Striped Tiger and Willie Saunders exercise. The Neighborhood of Make-Believe segment is a kinescope of "Misterogers" (CBC, Jan. 16) about Maxine Miller and receiving shots. Willie Saunders,Maxine Miller
EEN 12/16/1966 Misterogers tries on different hats. Vija Vetra performs a dance about hats for King Friday XIII. The Neighborhood of Make-Believe segment is a kinescope of "Misterogers" (CBC, Jan. 20) about bubbles. Allan Blye is the guest. Vija Vetra, Allan Blye
EEN 12/19/1966 Emilie Jacobson recites a poem for King Friday XIII. The Neighborhood of Make-Believe segment is a kinescope of "Misterogers" (CBC, Feb. 4). Joey Hollingsworth is selling earmuffs. Emilie Jacobson, Joey Hollingsworth
EEN 12/20/1966 Emilie BronteStegasaurus shows Misterogers a model of a dinosaur. She spills some packaging material on the floor and cleans it up with a vacuum cleaner. Misterogers decides to vacuum the rest of the house. Picture-Picture shows a film about a mechanic working on a car. The Neighborhood of Make-Believe segment is a kinescope of "Misterogers" (CBC, Feb. 6) featuring Don Francks as an auto mechanic. Emilie Jacobson, Don Francks
EEN 12/21/1966 Misterogers washes a removable car seat while Picture-Picture shows photographs of antique cars. He also talks about ice skating. Willie Saunders exercises with King Friday XIII. The Neighborhood of Make-Believe segment is a kinescope of "Misterogers" (CBC, Jan. 21) in which Donna Miller teaches Tad how to ice skate. Willie Saunders, Donna Miller
EEN 12/22/1966 Misterogers plays with things that are round. Craft Lady visits and wraps surprise presents for children. The Neighborhood of Make-Believe segment is a kinescope of "Misterogers" (CBC, Jan. 22) featuring Allan Blye. Mrs. Frogg's Museum-Go-Round will not stop spinning. Allan Blye
EEN 12/23/1966 Misterogers receives a gift that may grow into an apple tree. Picture-Picture shows photographs of large apple trees. King Friday XIII listens to a boys' choir. The Neighborhood of Make-Believe segment is a kinescope of "Misterogers" (CBC, Dec. 23) featuring Donna Miller who is giving songs as gifts. Jim Gardner, Robert Isod, Donna Miller
EEN 12/26/1966 Misterogers demonstrates how night and day are opposite in Japan and the United States by using a globe and a flashlight. He shows his stone collection.The Neighborhood of Make-Believe segment is a kinescope of "Misterogers" (CBC, Dec. 26) in which King Friday XIII gives important gifts. Allan Blye is featured. Allan Blye, Willie Saunders
EEN 12/27/1966 Misterogers shows the difference between hardboiled and raw eggs. He uses a candlestick and an old shoe to remind children of "Jack-Be-Nimble" and "The Old Woman Who Lived in a Shoe." He recited "Humpty Dumpty" and gives harboiled eggs to Carol Saunders and some children that she brought along. The Neighborhood of Make-Believe segment is a kinescope of "Misterogers" (CBC, Jan. 30) about nursery rhymes; Barbara Hamilton is featured. Carol Saunders, Barbara Hamilton
EEN 12/28/1966 Picture-Picture shows slides of all the letters in the alphabet. King Friday XIII learns Morse Code. The Neighborhood of Make-Believe segment is a kinescope of "Misterogers" (CBC, Feb. 10) in which X the Owl applies to school. Maxine Miller is featured. Maxine Miller
EEN 12/29/1966 Misterogers does his exercises. Picture-Picture shows slides of the numbers 0-9. Tumblers perform for King Friday XIII. The Neighborhood of Make-Believe segment is a kinescope of "Misterogers" (CBC, Feb. 11) in which Don Francks plays a policeman. Don Francks, Lloyd Lingemann's Tumblers
EEN 12/30/1966 Misterogers talks about celebrations and plays with a merry-go-round that Emilie Brontesaurus brought. Emilie Jacobson recites a poem for King Friday XIII. The Neighborhood of Make-Believe segment is a kinescope of "Misterogers" (CBC, Jan. 1, 1964) featuring Joey Hollingsworth. Emilie Jacobson, Joey Hollingsworth
EEN 1/2/1967  Misterogers encourages his viewers to pretend to be rockets, airplanes, trains, ants and elephants. Carol Saunders visits and brings children along with her for milk and cookies. The Neighborhood of Make-Believe segment is a kinescope of "Misterogers" (CBC, Jan. 27) with Allan Blye and Loro Farell. Carol Saunders, Allan Blye, Loro Farrell
EEN 1/3/1967 Misterogers pretends to be on an airplane as Picture-Picture shows a film of one taking off and landing. King Friday XIII receives a Morse Code lesson. The Neighborhood of Make-Believe segment is a kinescope of "Misterogers" (CBC, Jan. 28) with Loro Farrel and an assignment to design a flag. Loro Farrell
EEN 1/4/1967  Misterogers shows the American flag and wonders what kind of flag would best represent the Neighborhood of Make-Believe. The Neighborhood of Make-Believe segment is a kinescope of "Misterogers" (CBC, Jan. 29) featuring Joey Hollingsworth. Joey Hollingsworth
EEN 1/5/1967 Misterogers speaks French to a live bear cub. Picture-Picture shows a slide of a mother and father bear. Scientist Alder performs a growing experiment for King Friday XIII. The Neighborhood of Make-Believe segment is a kinescope of "Misterogers" (CBC, Feb. 12) featuring Donna Miller. Donna Miller, Bud Alder
EEN 1/6/1967  Misterogers explains how Pablo Picasso expressed his feelings through art. Misterogers plays a record and draws along with the music. Joe Fitzpatrick gives King Friday XIII an art lesson. The Neighborhood of Make-Believe segment is a kinescope of "Misterogers" (CBC, Feb. 13) featuring Allan Blye. Allan Blye, Joseph Fitzpatrick
EEN 1/9/1967 Misterogers plays with a toy camel and bamboo pipes while dressed in Middle Eastern clothing. Willie Saunders exercises with King Friday XIII. The Neighborhood of Make-Believe segment is a kinescope of "Misterogers" (CBC, Mar. 9) featuring Mel Scott and a crown full of gifts for King Friday XIII. Willie Saunders, Mel Scott
EEN 1/10/1967 Misterogers and Chef Brockett make candy. The Neighborhood of Make-Believe segment is a kinescope of "Misterogers" (CBC, Mar. 10) featuring Maxine Miller. King Friday XIII is sick. Don Brockett, Maxine Miller
EEN 1/11/1967 Picture-Picture shows slides of human and animal babies with their parents. Carol Saunders and children sing a few songs as Misterogers serves them cookies and milk. Misterogers sends a get-well card to King Friday XIII. The Neighborhood of Make-Believe segment is a kinescope of "Misterogers" (CBC, Mar. 11) about King Friday XIII's party. Allan Blye is featured. Allan Blye, Carol Saunders
EEN 1/12/1967 Misterogers tries on different disguises. Captain Blye, X the Owl and Lady Elaine Fairchilde rehearse their parts for a play for King Friday XIII. The Neighborhood of Make-Believe segment is a kinescope of "Misterogers" (CBC, Mar. 12) featuring Don Francks. Allan Blye, Don Francks, Judy Knaize
EEN 1/13/1967  Chef Brockett decorates a cake for King Friday XIII. It is King Friday XIII's birthday in the Neighborhood of Make-Believe. The Neighbors celebrate by putting on a surprise play for him. Don Brockett, Allan Blye, Judy Knaize
EEN 1/16/1967 Misterogers feeds baby chicks and talks about hens and roosters. Scientist Alder experiments with hot and cold. The Neighborhood of Make-Believe segment is a kinescope of "Misterogers" (CBC, Apr. 20) with Don Francks as a chef. Don Francks, Bud Alder
EEN 1/17/1967 A shoemaker shows Misterogers a pair of tap dancing shoes. King Friday XIII learns a few letters in Morse Code. The Neighborhood of Make-Believe segment is a kinescope of "Misterogers" (CBC, Feb. 19) in which Joey Hollingsworth dances. Joey Hollingsworth
EEN 1/18/1967 Misterogers types on a typewriter. Willie Saunders exercises with King Friday XIII. The Neighborhood of Make-Believe segment is a kinescope of "Misterogers" (CBC, Feb. 20) in which X the Owl is accepted to the Owl Correspondence School (OCS). Donna Miller, Willie Saunders
EEN 1/19/1967 Misterogers tends to a small dog and talks about different sized objects. Craft Lady visits and makes faces out of paper bags. The Neighborhood of Make-Believe segment is a kinescope of "Misterogers" (CBC, Feb. 21) in Don Francks dresses as an elephant and a small dog. Allan Blye, Willie Saunders
EEN 1/20/1967  Misterogers wears a pair of slippers and a hat. William Pierson Barker plays bagpipe music for King Friday XIII. The Neighborhood of Make-Believe segment is a kinescope of "Misterogers" (CBC, Feb. 25) featuring Elan Stuart. King Friday XIII has a new rule about hats. Elan Stuart, Bill Barker
EEN 1/23/1967 Misterogers plays with wheels and a model airplane. Wally Parker juggles to entertain King Friday XIII. The Neighborhood of Make-Believe segment is a kinescope of "Misterogers" (CBC, Feb. 24) about Allan Blye losing a nose wheel. Wally Parker, Allan Blye
EEN 1/24/1967 Picture-Picture shows a film of drum majorettes twirling their batons. Misterogers makes hats out of construction paper for him and Emilie BronteStegesaurus. The Neighborhood of Make-Believe segment is a kinescope of "Misterogers" (CBC, Feb. 29) in which Don Francks plays a drum major. Emilie Jacobson, Don Francks
EEN 1/25/1967 Misterogers feeds his cat, Speedy, and shows a relief-map of the Neighborhood. Chef Brockett makes oatmeal and acts out the story "Goldilocks and the Three Bears." The Neighborhood of Make-Believe segment is a kinescope of "Misterogers" (CBC, Feb. 27) featuring Donna Miller. The Neighbors learn a lesson from the story "Goldilocks and the Three Bears." Don Brockett, Donna Miller
EEN 1/26/1967  Misterogers shows different kinds of cans and can openers. Carol Saunders and children enjoy refreshments while singing a few songs. The Neighborhood of Make-Believe segment is a kinescope of "Misterogers" (CBC, Mar. 5) with Don Francks. A knight visits the Neighborhood at night. Don Francks, Carol Saunders
EEN 1/27/1967 Misterogers tries on clothes that are too large for him. He shows baby pictures of himself. Professor Fitzpatrick paints a portrait of King Friday XIII. The Neighborhood of Make-Believe segment is a kinescope of "Misterogers" (CBC, Mar. 6) featuring Loro Farell and the "Cinderella" story. Loro Farrell, Joseph Fitzpatrick
EEN 1/30/1967  Misterogers removes his heavy socks and boots and plays with his toes. He uses his sock to make a puppet. The sock puppet is afraid of an alligator puppet until it learns that the alligator is tame and does not bite. The Russellites teach X the Owl what A, B, C and D look like as part of his Owl Correspondence School education. The Neighborhood of Make-Believe segment is a kinescope of "Misterogers" (CBC, Mar. 4) featuring Maxine Miller and a sock puppet. Maxine Miller, The Russellites
EEN 1/31/1967  Misterogers shows that an American Indian head-dress looks like the letters E and F. Craft Lady is wearing G earrings and makes something suitable for the American Indian theme. The Neighborhood of Make-Believe segment is a kinescope of "Misterogers" (CBC, Mar. 20) in which Don Francks teaches the letters H, I, J and K. Don Francks
EEN 2/1/1967 Misterogers begins the episode in a phone booth and learns that Miss Paulifficate and the Pineapple Can from the Neighborhood of Make-Believe are missing. Later he receives his note saying they have been found. Willie Saunders teaches King Friday XIII exercises that he can do in the mornings. The Neighborhood of Make-Believe segment is a kinescope of "Misterogers" (CBC, Apr. 1) with Barbara Spence and Don Francks. Miss Paulifficate brings a new telephone. Barbara Spence, Don Francks
EEN 2/2/1967 Misterogers shows different models of telephones. Scientist Alder does an experiment about old and new. The Neighborhood of Make-Believe segment is a kinescope of "Misterogers" (CBC, Apr. 2) in which Donna Miller convinces King Friday XIII to like his new telephone booth. Donna Miller, Bud Alder
EEN 2/3/1967 Misterogers plays with figurines of a man and a woman and puts them in a toy car. King Friday XIII learns a few words in Morse Code. The Neighborhood of Make-Believe segment is a kinescope of "Misterogers" (CBC, Apr. 9) with Maxine Miller playing a nurse. Maxine Miller
EEN 2/6/1967 Misterogers puts on American Indian clothing and plays with a tipi and a tom-tom. He shows a psaltery and a dulcimer. The Neighborhood of Make-Believe segment is a kinescope of "Misterogers" (CBC, Jun. 12, Apr. 13) with Barbara Bryne. Lady Elaine Fairchilde takes Miss Paulifficate's hat. Barbara Bryne
EEN 2/7/1967 Misterogers measures things all around his house. Carol Saunders and children enjoy pretzels and graham crackers and sing a few songs. The Neighborhood of Make-Believe segment is a kinescope of "Misterogers" (CBC, Apr. 14) in which Don Francks finds Miss Paulificate's hat and teaches the letters L, M, N and O. Carol Saunders, Don Francks
EEN 2/8/1967 King Friday XIII and Willie Saunders wonder how to teach X the Owl the letters P and Q. The Neighborhood of Make-Believe segment is a kinescope of "Misterogers" (CBC, Apr. 15) featuring Maxine Miller. Willie Saunders, Maxine Miller
EEN 2/9/1967 Misterogers plays with two goslings. Picture-Picture shows slides of a goose, a gander and a farm. Scientist Alder shows X the Owl what the letter R looks like. He shows King Friday XIII how to make mud. The Neighborhood of Make-Believe segment is a kinescope of "Misterogers" (CBC, Apr. 22) in which Barbara Hamilton plays Mother Goose. Barbara Hamilton, Bud Alder
EEN 2/10/1967 Misterogers uses a key to tune a harp. Picture-Picture shows slides of string instruments. Emilie Jacobson recites a poem about birds for King Friday XIII. The Neighborhood of Make-Believe segment is a kinescope of "Misterogers" (CBC, Apr. 24) with Don Francks and Eddie Bickert, a guitarist. X the Owl learns the letter S. Emilie Jacobson, Don Francks, Eddie Bickert
EEN 2/13/1967  Misterogers plays on a swing that is hanging in his living room. Craft Lady visits and makes things out of rope and string. Misterogers shows how a parking meter works. The Neighborhood of Make-Believe segment is a kinescope of "Misterogers" (CBC, Apr. 27) featuring Josie Carey on a swing. Josie Carey
EEN 2/14/1967 Misterogers pretends that it is early morning and he has just gotten out of bed. Emilie Jacobson visits King Friday XIII early in the morning and recites a poem. The Neighborhood of Make-Believe segment is a kinescope of "Misterogers" (CBC, Apr. 28) featuring Josie Carey and Allan Blye. Emilie Jacobson, Josie Carey, Allan Blye
EEN 2/15/1967  Misterogers shows different types of bells. King Friday XIII receives a lesson in Morse Code. The Neighborhood of Make-Believe segment is a kinescope of "Misterogers" (CBC, Apr. 29) in which Josie Carey teaches X the Owl the letters T, U and V. Josie Carey
EEN 2/16/1967  Misterogers has a stuffed dog whose ear fell off in the washing machine. Willie Saunders shows King Friday XIII stretches that look like the letters of the alphabet. The Neighborhood of Make-Believe segment is a kinescope of "Misterogers" (CBC, Apr. 30) featuring Josie Carey and Grant Cowan. X the Owl is tested on his knowledge of the alphabet. Willie Saunders, Josie Carey, Grant Cowan
EEN 2/17/1967 Misterogers tries on a graduation cap and gown. Chef Brockett makes cookies that look like letters of the alphabet. The Neighborhood of Make-Believe segment is a kinescope of "Misterogers" (CBC, May 1) featuring Josie Carey and Grant Cowan. Don Brockett, Josie Carey, Grant Cowan
EEN 2/20/1967 Misterogers plays with cut-outs of the sun and moon. Picture-Picture shows slides of nighttime and daytime skies. Scientist Alder performs an experiment using pulleys. He tries to convince King Friday XIII that Edgar Cooke needs a vacation. The Neighborhood of Make-Believe segment is a kinescope of "Misterogers" (CBC, May 4) featuring Barbara Bryne. Miss Paulifficate thinks that Edgar Cooke should have a vacation. Bud Alder, Barbara Bryne
EEN 2/21/1967  Misterogers shows that everyone's handwriting is different. He talks about vacations and jobs. The Russelites perform for King Friday XIII and try to show him that Edgar Cooke needs a vacation. The Neighborhood of Make-Believe segment is a kinescope of "Misterogers" (CBC, May 5) in which Don Francks has Edgar Cooke participate in a "Con-Test." Don Francks, The Russellites
EEN 2/22/1967 Misterogers washes and irons some dirty laundry. Magician Charlie Appel performs for King Friday XIII. The Neighborhood of Make-Believe segment is a kinescope of "Misterogers" (CBC, May 6) in which John Reardon relieves Edgar Cooke of his duties. Charlie Appel, John Reardon
EEN 2/23/1967 Misterogers shows how a tape recorder works and records his voice at different speeds. Willie Saunders teaches King Friday XIII some breathing exercises. The Neighborhood of Make-Believe segment is a kinescope of "Misterogers" (CBC, May 7) about John Reardon and Maxine Miller making a new record album. Willie Saunders, John Reardon, Maxine Miller
EEN 2/24/1967 Misterogers plays sound effects on his record player. Picture-Picture shows slides of children expressing different emotions. Craft Lady shows what you can do with old records. The Neighborhood of Make-Believe segment is a kinescope of "Misterogers" (CBC, May 8) in which John Reardon completes a record album. John Reardon
EEN 2/27/1967 Misterogers plays with an electric train. John Rogers visits and plays with the puppets and a stuffed dog. Picture-Pictures shows slides of different trains. The Neighborhood of Make-Believe segment is a kinescope of "Misterogers" (CBC, May 12) featuring Don Francks as a railroad engineer. John Rogers, Don Francks
EEN 2/28/1967  When you do not own something that you want, you can pretend that you have it. Misterogers pretends about trains and elevators. Willie Saunders and King Friday XIII do elevator exercises by moving up and down. The Neighborhood of Make-Believe segment is a kinescope of "Misterogers" (CBC, May 13) in which Barbara Bryne plays Miss Paulificate. Willie Saunders, Barbara Bryne
EEN 3/1/1967 Clayton Hartman, a pilot, visits and uses a model airplane to explain how he flies. Picture-Picture shows a film of a jet. Carol Saunders and children visit and sing a few songs. The Neighborhood of Make-Believe segment is a kinescope of "Misterogers" (CBC, May 14) about Allan Blye being in a real plane. Clayton Hartman, Carol Saunders, Allan Blye
EEN 3/2/1967 Misterogers talks about visiting the doctor's office. He makes a roof out of tongue depressors and realizes that you cannot have a roof until you have a house to put it on. Gymnasts perform for King Friday XIII. The Neighborhood of Make-Believe segment is a kinescope of "Misterogers" (CBC, May 18) about Maxine Miller and Wally Martin building a hospital. Maxine Miller, Wally Martin
EEN 3/3/1967 Misterogers puts on a surgical outfit and discusses the importance of handwashing in doctors' offices and hospitals. Emilie Jacobson tells a story about a pony to Daniel Striped Tiger and King Friday XIII. The Neighborhood of Make-Believe segment is a kinescope of "Misterogers" (CBC, May 19) featuring Don Francks and Wally Martin. Emilie Jacobson, Don Francks, Wally Martin
EEN 3/6/1967  Misterogers washes the kitchen floor. King Friday XIII receives a lesson in Morse Code. The Neighborhood of Make-Believe segment is a kinescope of "Misterogers" (CBC, May 20) featuring Allan Blye. Allan Blye, Shader McCracken
EEN 3/7/1967 Misterogers shows how to play pool. He talks about sports that involve balls. The Neighborhood of Make-Believe segment is a kinescope of "Misterogers" (CBC, May 21) in which Donna Miller looks for an airline stewardess. Donna Miller
EEN 3/8/1967  Misterogers plays with a toy crane. Chef Brockett makes playdough. The Neighborhood of Make-Believe segment is a kinescope of "Misterogers" (CBC, May 22) featuring Don Francks on roller skates. Don Brockett, Don Francks
EEN 3/9/1967 Misterogers tries on different wigs. Picture-Picture tells him, "I like you as you are." Misterogers plays peek-a-boo and Craft Lady visits to make jewelry. The Neighborhood of Make-Believe segment is a kinescope of "Misterogers" (CBC, May 25, 1964) in which Joey Hollingsworth returns from a trip. Joey Hollingsworth
EEN 3/10/1967  A barber cuts Misterogers' hair. The Neighborhood of Make-Believe segment is a kinescope of "Misterogers" (CBC, May 26) featuring Doug Crosley as a hairstylist. Doug Crosley, Ang Scampinato
EEN 3/13/1967  Misterogers shows a hospital bed and a few medical instruments. King Friday XIII gives Willie Saunders a t-shirt proclaiming him as Royal Coach Saunders. The Neighborhood of Make-Believe segment is a kinescope of "Misterogers" (CBC, May 27) featuring Maxine Miller who is looking for nurses. Maxine Miller, Willie Saunders
EEN 3/14/1967 Misterogers shows how certain items change when you press on them. Picture-Picture shows a slide and a film of a printing press. Johnny Costa plays the tune to "Row, Row, Row Your Boat" while King Friday XIII provides the royal words. The Neighborhood of Make-Believe segment is a kinescope of "Misterogers" (CBC, May 29) in which Donna Miller receives a wedding invitation. Johnny Costa, Donna Miller
EEN 3/15/1967 Misterogers plays with toys in the sink and explains that a child is too big to go down a drain. Jewel Walker mimes taking a shower and receiving gifts. The Neighborhood of Make-Believe segment is a kinescope of "Misterogers" (CBC, Jun. 3) featuring Barbara Bryne. The ladies in the Neighborhood throw a bridal shower for Lady Elaine Fairchilde. Jewel Walker, Barbara Bryne
EEN 3/16/1967 Misterogers tries on a fancy suit and talks about wedding rehearsals. Emilie Jacobson recites a poem that she is going to give to Lady Elaine Fairchilde as a wedding gift. The Neighborhood of Make-Believe segment is a kinescope of "Misterogers" (CBC, Jun. 4) about a wedding rehearsal. Allan Blye is featured. Allan Blye, Emile Jacobson, Mrs. William Woodwell
EEN 3/17/1967 Misterogers decorates his house with streamers and flowers. King Friday XIII watches a fashion show. The Neighborhood of Make-Believe segment is a kinescope of "Misterogers" (CBC, Jun. 5) featuring Don Francks as the manager of Ballet du Monde. Don Francks, Emilie Jacobson
EEN 3/20/1967 Misterogers plays with live kittens. Craft Lady visits; she and Misterogers sit on saddles and pretend to ride. The Neighborhood of Make-Believe segment is a kinescope of "Misterogers" (CBC, Jun. 9) about Animal Rockits. Joey Hollingsworth is the guest. Joey Hollingsworth
EEN 3/21/1967  Misterogers plays with live puppies and says that although they are nice, they can be naughty, too-- just like people. Joe Fitzpatrick draws small and large animals for King Friday XIII. The Neighborhood of Make-Believe segment is a kinescope of "Misterogers" (CBC, Jun. 10) featuring Donna Miller. Joseph Fitzpatrick, Donna Miller
EEN 3/22/1967 "Some people know a lot of things but nobody knows everything." The Neighborhood of Make-Believe segment is a kinescope of "Misterogers" (CBC, Jun. 11) featuring Bob Jeffrey. Bob Jeffrey, Vija Vetra
EEN 3/23/1967 Misterogers paints while listening to a song. Don Francks tries on different costumes for King Friday XIII. Don Francks
EEN 3/24/1967 Misterogers practices ballet dancing and discusses how strenuous it is, even for professionals. Picture-Picture shows a film of a ballet class. A ballet mistress performs a short dance for King Friday XIII. The Neighborhood of Make-Believe segment is a kinescope of "Misterogers" (CBC, Jun. 15) about Lady Elaine Fairchilde returning to the Neighborhood. Maxine Miller and LeRoy Soper are the guests. Maxine Miller, LeRoy Soper
EEN 3/27/1967 Misterogers repairs a few broken toys. Picture-Picture shows slides of Van Cliburn. The Neighborhood of Make-Believe segment is a kinescope of "Misterogers" (CBC, Jun. 16) featuring Norman Welsh as St. Nicholas. Van Cliburn, Norman Welsh
EEN 3/28/1967  Misterogers plays with a baby bottle and shows models of cows that give milk. Judy Rubin makes things out of dairy cartons for King Friday XIII. The Neighborhood of Make-Believe segment is a kinescope of "Misterogers" (CBC, Jun. 17) featuring Bob Jeffrey. Judy Rubin, Bob Jeffrey
EEN 3/29/1967 Misterogers decorates his living room and combs and brushes his hair in preparation for King Friday XIII's Royal Festival. Guests stop at Misterogers house to ask for directions to the castle. Guests practice the talents that they will show off at the Royal Festival. Maxine Miller, as King Friday's royal nurse, is the guest of honor; she enjoys watching the performers. Maxine Miller, Emilie Jacobson, Linda Martha, Wally Parker, Charlie Appel
EEN 3/30/1967  Misterogers tries on different kinds of shoes and plays with some pieces of rope. A snake expert shows King Friday XIII different breeds of snake. The Neighborhood of Make-Believe segment is a kinescope of "Misterogers" (CBC, Jun. 18) featuring Joey Hollingsworth. Dr. Frogg is not seeing well. Joey Hollingsworth, Bill Allen
EEN 3/31/1967 Marion Berger plays the harp for Misterogers. Marion Berger plays the harp for King Friday XIII. The Neighborhood of Make-Believe segment is a kinescope of "Misterogers" (CBC, Jun. 19) about a rummage sale. Don Francks is featured. Marion Berger, Don Francks
EEN 4/3/1967 Misterogers builds a structure out of blocks. He make toast sticks and milk for Carol Saunders and the children to enjoy while they sing a few songs. The Neighborhood of Make-Believe segment is a kinescope of "Misterogers" (CBC, Jun. 22) featuring Don Francks on stilts. Carol Saunders, Don Francks
EEN 4/4/1967 Misterogers searches his living room for live fish and eventually finds the aquarium. Picture-Picture shows a film of a swimming class. The Neighborhood of Make-Believe segment is a kinescope of "Misterogers" (CBC, Jun. 23) with Anna Haworth and Bob Jeffrey. Anna Haworth, Bob Jeffrey, Vija Vetra, Willie Saunders
EEN 4/5/1967 Misterogers builds a coffee table. John Swauger (son of James L. Swauger) shows King Friday XIII slides of dolmens. The Neighborhood of Make-Believe segment is a kinescope of "Misterogers" (CBC, Jun. 24) about dolmens with Joey Hollingsworth and Anna Haworth. John Swauger, Anna Haworth, Joey Hollingsworth
EEN 4/6/1967  Misterogers plays with toy boats and planes in a tub of water. Emilie Jacobson and King Friday XIII perform a scene from Romeo and Juliet. King Friday asks Emilie to guide him and his staff on a tour through Europe. The Neighborhood of Make-Believe segment is a kinescope of "Misterogers" (CBC, Jun. 25) with Donna Miller and Allan Blye. The Neighbors are preparing for a royal holiday. Emilie Jacobson, Donna Miller, Allan Blye
EEN 4/7/1967 Misterogers shows different ways eggs can be cooked. He reads a book about the letters of the alphabet. The Neighborhood of Make-Believe segment is a kinescope of "Misterogers" (CBC, Apr. 20, Jun. 12) in which Mister Anybody fries an egg. Don Francks
EEN Unaired? Misterogers reads a book about the alphabet. The Neighborhood of Make-Believe segment is a kinescope of "Misterogers" (CBC, Feb. 3, Jun. 12) with Donna Miller. Donna Miller

 

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