History Trivia / MisterRogersNeighborhood

22nd May '17 6:58:55 PM RAMChYLD
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** One episode reveals Mr. McFeely's first name as David, which is the first name of the actor playing Mr. McFeely, David Newell.

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** One episode reveals Mr. McFeely's [=McFeely=]'s first name as David, which is the first name of the actor playing Mr. McFeely, [=McFeely=], David Newell.
22nd May '17 6:57:41 PM RAMChYLD
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** One episode reveals Mr. McFeely's first name as David, which is the first name of the actor playing Mr. McFeely, David Newell.
22nd May '17 9:55:04 AM RAMChYLD
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* CommonKnowledge: Despite rumors, he was never a sniper, nor was he ever in the military, nor did he wear the sweaters to cover up his tattoos. Most now agree that this rumor came about because someone got Mr. Rogers and [[Series/TheJoyOfPainting Bob Ross]] (who did serve in the Army) mixed up.

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* CommonKnowledge: Despite rumors, he was never a sniper, nor was he ever in the military, nor did he wear the sweaters to cover up his tattoos. Most now agree that this rumor came about because someone got Mr. Rogers and [[Series/TheJoyOfPainting Bob Ross]] (who did serve in the Army) Army- to be precise, the USAF) mixed up.
22nd May '17 9:41:06 AM legoking831
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* EditedForSyndication: When the episodes from the first run (1968-1976) were rerun after their initial air dates, a new stinger was added to the end of each of them signifying what episode code number they were and thanking any new sponsors that were originally not around during their first airings. Many of the episodes have also gone through several {{Vanity Plate}}s throughout their run; for example, early color episodes originally had the NET vanity plate, but they now have the 1970 PBS logo. Likewise, almost all the episodes from the early 70s to 1979 still have the 1989 PBS logo from past reruns, and the episodes from 1979 onward have the 1999 PBS Kids logos.
21st May '17 8:33:12 PM RAMChYLD
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* NeverWorkWithChildrenOrAnimals: [[GenreSavvy Heeded this aphorism]], both to make his show more intimate, and because kids and animals are notoriously unreliable. Although once can argue that he learnt this through experience- since he did have animals and kids on earlier episodes of the show (one episode has a group of preschool kids visit his studio. Same goes for an episode featuring Robert Trow's basset hound. While they went fine, it was clear that Mr. Rogers had to improvise constantly in those episodes).

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* NeverWorkWithChildrenOrAnimals: [[GenreSavvy Heeded this aphorism]], both to make his show more intimate, and because kids and animals are notoriously unreliable. Although once can argue that he learnt this through experience- since he did have animals and kids on earlier episodes of the show (one episode has a group of preschool kids visit his studio. Same goes for an Another episode featuring featured Robert Trow's basset hound. While they went fine, it was clear that Mr. Rogers had to improvise constantly improvise in those episodes).episodes to keep them going).
21st May '17 10:16:30 AM RAMChYLD
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* CommonKnowledge: Despite rumors, he was never a sniper, nor was he ever in the military, nor did he wear the sweaters to cover up his tattoos. Most now agree that this came about because someone got Mr. Rogers and [[Series/TheJoyOfPainting Bob Ross]] (who did serve in the Army) mixed up.

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* CommonKnowledge: Despite rumors, he was never a sniper, nor was he ever in the military, nor did he wear the sweaters to cover up his tattoos. Most now agree that this rumor came about because someone got Mr. Rogers and [[Series/TheJoyOfPainting Bob Ross]] (who did serve in the Army) mixed up.
21st May '17 10:10:06 AM RAMChYLD
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* CommonKnowledge: Despite rumors, he was never a sniper, nor was he ever in the military, nor did he wear the sweaters to cover up his tattoos. Most now agree that this came about because someone got Mr. Rogers and Creator/BobRoss mixed up.

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* CommonKnowledge: Despite rumors, he was never a sniper, nor was he ever in the military, nor did he wear the sweaters to cover up his tattoos. Most now agree that this came about because someone got Mr. Rogers and Creator/BobRoss [[Series/TheJoyOfPainting Bob Ross]] (who did serve in the Army) mixed up.
21st May '17 10:07:30 AM RAMChYLD
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* CommonKnowledge: Despite rumors, he was never a sniper, nor was he ever in the military, nor did he wear the sweaters to cover up his tattoos. Nobody is quite sure just where the rumors started.

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* CommonKnowledge: Despite rumors, he was never a sniper, nor was he ever in the military, nor did he wear the sweaters to cover up his tattoos. Nobody is quite sure just where the rumors started.Most now agree that this came about because someone got Mr. Rogers and Creator/BobRoss mixed up.
21st May '17 9:47:13 AM RAMChYLD
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* NeverWorkWithChildrenOrAnimals: [[GenreSavvy Heeded this aphorism]], both to make his show more intimate, and because kids and animals are notoriously unreliable. Although once can argue that he learnt this through experience- since he did have animals and kids on earlier episodes of the show (one episode has a group of preschool kids visit his studio. Same goes for an episode featuring Robert Trow's Dog. While they went fine, it was clear that Mr. Rogers had to improvise constantly in those episodes).

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* NeverWorkWithChildrenOrAnimals: [[GenreSavvy Heeded this aphorism]], both to make his show more intimate, and because kids and animals are notoriously unreliable. Although once can argue that he learnt this through experience- since he did have animals and kids on earlier episodes of the show (one episode has a group of preschool kids visit his studio. Same goes for an episode featuring Robert Trow's Dog.basset hound. While they went fine, it was clear that Mr. Rogers had to improvise constantly in those episodes).
21st May '17 9:46:18 AM RAMChYLD
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* NeverWorkWithChildrenOrAnimals: [[GenreSavvy Heeded this aphorism]], both to make his show more intimate, and because kids and animals are notoriously unreliable.

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* NeverWorkWithChildrenOrAnimals: [[GenreSavvy Heeded this aphorism]], both to make his show more intimate, and because kids and animals are notoriously unreliable. Although once can argue that he learnt this through experience- since he did have animals and kids on earlier episodes of the show (one episode has a group of preschool kids visit his studio. Same goes for an episode featuring Robert Trow's Dog. While they went fine, it was clear that Mr. Rogers had to improvise constantly in those episodes).
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