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Learning is Everywhere!

Date: 1992
Format: VHS
Company/Organization: CBS FOX Video
UPC: 086162819131
Purchase/Stream: Amazon (VHS)



Mister Rogers helps children know that the world is full of lots of things to wonder about. In this episode, with the help of Mr. McFeely, Mister Rogers learns about batteries and electricity. Neighbor Maggie Stewart sings a song about smiling and teaches some sign language along the way.

Meanwhile, in the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, James Michael Jones invents a new "learning machine." He suggests that students can learn everything they need to know by simply putting on his machine, and he recommends that the class cancel its field trip into the neighbohrood. But when Daniel tiger helps his friends understand that children need people in order to learn (even though they can also use machines), the class votes for the field trip.

We learn best from the people who really care about us, and Mister Rogers' Neighborhood is a place where children feel good about what they can learn.

This episode of MISTER ROGERS' NEIGHBORHOOD features:

  • Mister Rogers' song, "It's You I Like"
  • A toy puppet with a surprise
  • Mr. McFeely's new battery-powered "Speedy Delivery" car

Mister Rogers' universal message of love and self-esteem has brought joy and education to children around the world for more than 25 years. CBS/FOX Video is proud to bring some of the best episodes of MISTER ROGERS' NEIGHBORHOOD into your home.

Running Time: Approx. 28 Minutes.




The episode featured on this video is Episode 1655 from the Learning series.

The packaging for the CBS/Fox version of this video included a special mail-in offer for two puppets -- Daniel Striped Tiger and X the Owl -- for the price of one. [Image 1] [Image 2]


This video was often packaged with a Holgate Toys Track Size Trolley.



With Fred Rogers
Neighbors: Chuck Aber, Betty Aberlin, Michael Horton, Lenny Meledandri, David Newell, Maggie Stewart, Carole Switala, Bob Trow
Executive Producer: Fred Rogers
Producer: Margaret Whitmer
Director: Bob Walsh
Associate Producer: Adrienne Wehr
Music Director: John Costa
Art Director: Katherine Borland
Editor: Susan Howard
Assistant Art Director: Catherine Stanton
Properties: Matthew Marcus
Production Assistants: Janet Brentley, Lenny Meledandri
Production Intern: Teresa Edmondson
Lead Technician: Ralph Seigler
Production Coordinator: Hugh Downing
Assistant Director: Chelle Robinson
Lighting Director: Frank Warninsky
Lighting Assistants: Jim Bruwelheide, Doug Coates, Thom Downing, Bob Lubomski
Technical Director: Jim Ochtun
Video: Tom Deluga
Audio: Dick LaSota
Studio Cameras: Don McCall, Marji Murphy, Jim Ochtun
Videotape: Bill Moore
Floor Manager: Jim Seech
Assistant Floor Manager: Kate Kearney
Location Production: Joe Abeln, Mark Adelsheim, John Burdick, Bob Lubomski, Teri Murphy, Fred Roth, Tim Zhorne
Scenic Artists: James Desmone, Smith Hutchings, Paula Payne, David Pohl, Alexis Samulski, Sandra Streiff, Beth Ann Zamborsky
Carpenters: Rich Karapandi, Michael Karapandi, Don Kahn
Musicians: Carl McVicker, Bob Rawsthorne
Videotape Editor: Kevin Conrad
Post Production Sound: Dean Becker, Jim Durham, Randy Rhodes
Original Scenic Design: Jack Guest
Director of Production: Sam Newbury
Consultant: Albert V. Corrado, M.D.

Produced in association with WQED/Pittsburgh
A production of Family Communications
© 1992 Family Communications, Inc.

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