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Episode 1339

Air Date: March 7, 1974
Previous Episode: 1338
Next Episode: 1340

Mister Rogers arrives with a pillow and a film about how pillow are made. After he shares the film, he is visited by Audrey Roth who stops by to take down the window drapes which are to be cleaned.

In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Edgar Cooke is concerned that Mr. Allmine will return to take his pillow. When Pilot Ito arrives at the castle with Mr. Allmine, King Friday XIII demands the return of Daniel Striped Tiger's clock. Despite King Friday's threat to use force, Mr. Allmine refuses as he continues to claim that whatever is pictured in his book belongs to him. Lady Elaine Fairchilde arrives at the castle with a book of her own which includes a section about "growing things." Using Mr. Allmine's logic against him, she demands that he give her his hair since all growing things belong to her. Mr. Allmine begins to recognize his selfishness and agrees to return Daniel's clock.

Back at the house, Mister Rogers talks about sharing before he goes to Brockett's Bakery where he visits with Mrs. Schenk who has returned with pictures of her new baby.

Returning to his house, Mister Rogers concludes by singing Please Don't Think It's Funny.


For advice on dealing with Mr. Allmine, King Friday consults the "wisest people of the world."

Appearing In This Episode




Episode Credits

With Fred Rogers
Neighbors: Don Brockett, Jose Cisneros, Yoshi Ito, Bert A. Lloyd, Joe Negri, Audrey Roth, Gladys Schenk
"How Pillows Are Made" film by George Boyle
Directed by Bill Moates
Music Director: John Costa

Produced by Family Communications, Inc. in association with WQED, Pittsburgh

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