Mister Rogers' Neighborhood

Season 8 Episode 19

Wishing and Pretending (4)

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Aired Unknown Mar 13, 1975 on PBS
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Wishing and Pretending (4)
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The Brown Marionette Theater is preparing to perform Little Red Riding Hood. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Lady Aberlin wants to act as Red Riding Hood. X will pretend with her only if he is called "Pretend Wolf."

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    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

    Mary Rawson

    Mary Rawson

    Cousin Mary Owl, X the Owl's Cousin

    David Nohling

    David Nohling

    Purple Panda

    Gregory Smith (XI)

    Gregory Smith (XI)

    Assistant Puppeteer

    Guest Star

    Fred Rogers

    Fred Rogers

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

    Recurring Role

    Betty Aberlin

    Betty Aberlin

    Lady Aberlin

    Recurring Role

    Don Brockett

    Don Brockett

    Chef Brockett (operated the town bakery 1968-1995)

    Recurring Role

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    • TRIVIA (1)

      • At the beginning of the rehearsal for the Little Red Riding Hood marionette show, one puppeteer plays the Wolf with a voice similar to Alfred E. Cat on The Word Shop (which Washington's WETA would produce in 1976). After he impersonates the Wolf impersonating Granny, the puppeteer does not bring the Wolf back to his original voice.

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    • NOTES (1)

      • For her voicing Little Red Riding Hood, Judy Brown adopts what would become Irene Walters Goodman's voice on The Word Shop in 1976.

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