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How Mister Rogers became a timeless oracle of parenting wisdom

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20 Gentle Quotations from Mister Rogers

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Touching Footage of Mister Rogers Interacting With His Son and Then Grandson Twenty Years Apart

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The Mister Rogers movie starring Tom Hanks coming in November is based upon the relationship he built with author Tim Junod while writing this for Esquire. I love it. “Can You Say...Hero?” #longreads 

Touching Footage of Mister Rogers Interacting With His Son and Then Grandson Twenty Years Apart

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David Newell — best known as Mr. McFeely of “Mister Rogers Neighborhood” — is the recipient of the Mid-Atlantic Chapter of the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences 2019 Board of Governors Award

Piano used in 'Mister Rogers' Neighborhood' donated to Manchester Craftsmen's Guild

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How sweet is this video of #EllaJenkins  teaching Mister Rogers how to play harmonica? Ella Jenkins releases in our webstore are 35% off through the weekend.

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Tom Hanks brings Mister Rogers to life in the first trailer for A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood. We're not crying, YOU'RE crying.

This speech from Mister Rogers got me in all the feels. |🖤|

Tom Hanks is Mister Rogers. October 2019.

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I know I’ve said this before, but we need a bat signal for Mister Rogers. We need him. All of us. Now more than ever.

A good day to remember these words from Mister Rogers, who called the Pittsburgh neighborhood of Squirrel Hill home.

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“If there's a difference between Mister Rogers and Fred Rogers the man, it's that Fred's actually more amazing than Mister Rogers,” documentary filmmaker Morgan Neville says.

It’s a beautiful day in the neighborhood! Today’s #GoogleDoodle  celebrates everyone's favorite neighbor, Mister Rogers. A look back at five things we remember most from his 50-year legacy.

5 ways to celebrate "Mister Rogers' Neighborhood" on its 50th anniversary.

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Fred Rogers hosted 895 episodes of "Mister Rogers' Neighborhood" over 31 seasons — first airing 50 years ago.

Mister Rogers would narrate himself feeding the fish each episode with “I’m feeding the fish” because of a letter he received from a young blind girl who was worried the fish were hungry. Love you, Mister Rogers.

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