Mister Rogers' Neighborhood

Season 16 Episode 9

Making and Creating (4)

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Aired Unknown Feb 06, 1986 on PBS
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Making and Creating (4)
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Rogers shows a kitten and talks with two poets on his porch. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Chuck Aber fools the Royal family with his King Friday cover.

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    Keith David

    Keith David

    Carpenter in Southwood (1983-1985)

    Mary Rawson

    Mary Rawson

    Cousin Mary Owl, X the Owl's Cousin

    David Nohling

    David Nohling

    Purple Panda

    Hedda Sharapan

    Hedda Sharapan

    Puppet character Mrs. Frogg (1968-1988)

    Carole Switala

    Carole Switala

    Puppet characters Ana Platypus (1979-1997) and Prince Tuesday (1986)

    José Cisneros

    José Cisneros

    Assistant at Brockett's Bakery (1973-1986)

    May Sarton

    May Sarton

    Herself

    Guest Star

    Chris DeVinck

    Chris DeVinck

    Himself

    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: Did you ever think that whenever you make up your own play, you're being creative like a poet? Playing might be one of your ways of thinking about your feelings. Making poems, making up a dance, dreaming, singing--all kinds of ways to grow and show who you are.

      • Mr. Rogers: Do you know any poems? Maybe you'll make some up someday.

    • NOTES (1)

      • Reactions to Chuck Aber's King Friday cover in this episode and the next, reveal Rogers' penchant for rationality in his scripts. Everyone acknowledges the real King Friday XIII is not nearly as tall as Aber.

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