Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 1979 - 2001 23 Seasons 1981

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Season 1981
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1487. Episode 2 TV-Y CC

In Make-Believe, everyone feels sad and upset that King Friday made a rule of "no play allowed" (because they might get hurt playing). Lady Elaine tries to change his mind, and when she can't, she packs up her Museum-Go-Round and leaves!

Runtime:
29 minutes
Original air date:
July 21, 1981

Episode 2

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Season 1981
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    1486. Episode 1 In Make-Believe, Bob Dog gets hurt playing, and King Friday bans all play. Mister Rogers says no one can learn or grow without play, but it's important to play safely. He plays with a wooden riding toy and shows a video of how it is made.

    TV-Y 29min July 20, 1981
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    1487. Episode 2 In Make-Believe, everyone feels sad and upset that King Friday made a rule of "no play allowed" (because they might get hurt playing). Lady Elaine tries to change his mind, and when she can't, she packs up her Museum-Go-Round and leaves!

    TV-Y 29min July 21, 1981
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    1488. Episode 3 In Make-Believe, Lady Elaine and her Museum have gone. Even though there is "no play allowed" Ana, Prince and Daniel just have to play,and the Prince speaks up against his father's rule. A musician who is blind visits the Music Shop.

    TV-Y 29min July 22, 1981
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    1489. Episode 4 Mister Rogers visits an underground mushroom farm to see how mushrooms are grown. In Make-Believe, King Friday is reconsidering his "no play" rule, and Lady Elaine Fairchilde is enjoying her freedom to play at a real playground.

    TV-Y 29min July 23, 1981
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    1490. Episode 5 Mister Rogers walks on stilts and talks about how long it took him to learn to use them. Lady Elaine leaves her playground and returns to Make-Believe where everyone celebrates - even King Friday, who has learned that we all need to play.

    TV-Y 29min July 24, 1981

Product Details

Genres Fantasy, Music, Kids & Family
Supporting actors Robert Trow
Season year 1981
Network PBS
Purchase rights Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details
Format Amazon Instant Video (streaming online video and digital download)

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Cl@ptonIsGoD on March 25, 2013
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My 2 and a half year old loves this which is great because it was my favorite as a youngster.
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By GRB on July 10, 2014
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Mister Rogers is the only television influence I allow for my daughter. We have the Amazon Fire (it's amazing!) and I stream one episode everyday. Currently, all Mister Rogers episodes are available on Fire for Prime members, but I buy them so they'll always be in my library.

PS ...you will love watching it too. It's crazy how entrancing he is and it brings back so many memories of childhood!
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Can't say much more than that. This is great viewing for kids and parents alike. Take a moment to watch some episodes with your young person. You'll love the conversations that follow.
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By Mark Boudreau on January 3, 2014
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Considering Nickleodeon's "Rabbids" or "Sanjay & Craig" and all the other garbage there is for kids to watch these days, isn't great that there's still Mr Rogers reminding us about just plain goodness!
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