Mister Rogers' Neighborhood

Season 1 Episode 4

The First Week (#4) Early Whimsy, Fun and Frolic in the Neighborhood (B&W, 1967)

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Aired Unknown Jan 01, 1968 on PBS
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The First Week (#4) Early Whimsy, Fun and Frolic in the Neighborhood (B&W, 1967)
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Like much of early black and white television, in this early episode of Mister Rogers' Neighborhood, at that time spelled as one word Misterogers, there's lots of freewheeling fun and a fascinating look at a very creative, playful and imaginative Fred Rogers. In this episode he sings one of his early unfamiliar songs, "Fences" with a consistent and familiar message: "the world is full of fences, some I do not like- the ones that keep me out and some I do - the kind that keep me safe." Also includes the song "Tomorrow".moreless
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