Mister Rogers' Neighborhood

Season 21 Episode 11

Dress-Up (1)

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Aired Unknown Aug 26, 1991 on PBS
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Dress-Up (1)
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Bringing a toy raccoon to his television house, Mister Rogers recalls a raccoon dance first performed two decades before. He uses a raccoon mask to illustrate he does not change when he puts on the mask. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Harriet Elizabeth Cow and Lady Aberlin are surprised to see King Friday XIII disguised as a bird. He learns that Harriet and Lady Aberlin are planning a play with the schoolchildren.moreless

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    Fred Rogers

    Fred Rogers

    Himself, puppet characters King Friday XIII, Queen Sara, Edgar Cooke, Cornflake S. Pecially, Henrietta Pussycat, X the Owl, Lady

    David Newell

    David Newell

    Mr. McFeely (a deliveryman; aka "Speedy Delivery")

    Marilyn Barnett

    Marilyn Barnett

    Physical Education Teacher

    Maggie Stewart

    Maggie Stewart

    Mayor Maggie, the Mayor of Westwood

    Betsy Nadas

    Betsy Nadas

    Mrs. McFeely

    Sergio Pinto

    Sergio Pinto

    Assistant at Brockett's Bakery (1987-approx. 1992)

    Paula LeVere

    Paula LeVere

    Silent Dancer

    Guest Star

    Betty Aberlin

    Betty Aberlin

    Lady Aberlin

    Recurring Role

    Don Brockett

    Don Brockett

    Chef Brockett (operated the town bakery 1968-1995)

    Recurring Role

    François Clemmons

    François Clemmons

    Himself (operator of a local theater production company); Officer Clemmons (Neighborhood of Make Believe segments)

    Recurring Role

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    • QUOTES (2)

      • Mr. Rogers: It's a good feeling to know that whatever we wear, we're still ourselves inside. Nobody could ever change who you are by dressing you up in something. You'll always be you.

      • Mr. Rogers: (after trying on the raccoon mask) Do you like to get dressed up and pretend that you're something different? I do.

    • NOTES (2)

      • BBC policy holds that if someone appears on one of their TV productions and doesn't speak, he or she will not be credited. The very opposite applies on Mister Rogers' Neighborhood.

      • This recollection of the raccoon dance edited out the original beginning. In all previous airings, it had begun with the raccoons waving at a television set playing the song, "Tomorrow, Tomorrow," the way Mister Rogers' Neighborhood used to end.

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