MISTER ROGERS' NEIGHBORHOOD {MISTER ROGERS PLAYS WITH BELLS} (TV)

Summary

One in this series of programs for young children, hosted by Fred Rogers. The program begins with Mister Rogers singing "Won't You Be My Neighbor?" He then discusses and displays different types of bells, and demonstrates how glasses of water can be made to sound like bells. Following a film about a glassworks is a visit to the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, where hand-puppet characters interact with humans in the mythical kingdom of King Friday XIII. Then tap dancer Joey Hollingsworth performs with the accompaniment of John Costa and His Trio. Mister Rogers then shows a film of computer-animated, kaleidoscopic images.

Details

  • NETWORK: PBS
  • DATE: 1972
  • RUNNING TIME: 0:29:09
  • COLOR/B&W: Color
  • CATALOG ID: T80:0648
  • GENRE: Children's programs
  • SUBJECT HEADING: Children's programs
  • SERIES RUN: WQED (Pittsburgh, PA) - TV series, 1968-1970; PBS - 1971-2001
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CREDITS

    • Bob Walsh … Director
    • John Costa … Music (Misc. Credits), Music Director
    • William P. Barker … Puppeteer
    • Robert Trow … Puppeteer
    • Fred Rogers … Puppeteer, Host
    • Betty Aberlin … Cast
    • Costa, John, and His Trio … Music Group
    • Joey Hollingsworth … Dancer