Mister Rogers' Neighborhood

Season 4 Episode 1

Show 1131

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Aired Unknown Feb 15, 1971 on PBS
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King Friday XIII feels that babies get too much attention and tries to limit such attention to one hour a day.

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    David Newell

    David Newell

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

    Maxine Miller

    Maxine Miller

    Nurse Miller (1968-1971)

    Hedda Sharapan

    Hedda Sharapan

    Puppet character Mrs. Frogg (1968-1988)

    Carol Saunders

    Carol Saunders

    Neighbor (1968-1971)

    Gladys Schenck

    Gladys Schenck

    Herself, working the counter at Brockett's Bakery from 1971 to 1973

    Bill Barker

    Bill Barker

    Puppet characters Dr. Bill Platypus and Elsie Jean Platypus (1969-2001)

    Meghan Sweenie

    Meghan Sweenie

    Herself

    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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      • For the first time beginning with this episode, the show is written as "Mister Rogers Neighborhood." From 1968-1970, the show's main title was spelled "MisteRogers' Neighborhood," but out of concern for children's spelling skills, the title was changed.

      • From now on, Rogers' voice is heard at the end of programs announcing the underwriters (The phrase "people who gave the money to make this television visit" would not be introduced until 1972). New underwriter this season is the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, which supported Seasons 4-9 and 22-31.

      • Gone from the model neighborhood building from which each show begins and ends, is the NET (National Educational Television) logo. By the time this aired, PBS replaced NET (but the copyright for all shows this season is still to National Educational Television and Radio Center).

      • This was the first time the show was identified as Mister Rogers' Neighborhood (though the new graphic does not appear in the opening sequence of this episode).

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