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Lady Aberlin (Character)
from "Mister Rogers' Neighborhood" (1968)

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Sweet natured, kind, and usually the most rational person whenever a situation arises... See more »
Alternate Names:
Betty Aberlin / Margaret H. Witch


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  1. "Mister Rogers' Neighborhood"
    ... aka "MisteRogers' Neighborhood" - USA (original title)
        - 1764: Celebrates the Arts (2001) TV episode, Played by Betty Aberlin
        - 1763: Celebrates the Arts (2001) TV episode, Played by Betty Aberlin
        - 1759: Ready to Read? (2000) TV episode, Played by Betty Aberlin
        - 1758: Ready to Read? (2000) TV episode, Played by Betty Aberlin
        - 1754: Curiosity (2000) TV episode, Played by Betty Aberlin
          (413 more)

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From "Mister Rogers' Neighborhood: 1576: Making Mistakes (#17.11)" (1987)
King Friday XIII: And your most recent happening?
Lady Aberlin: I just heard a poem that ended with the lines, "Queens are queens and kings are kings".
King Friday XIII: Sounds like a superb poem.
Lady Aberlin: By Audrey Duck.
King Friday XIII: Perhaps we should announce a poetry reading and Audrey Duck can read her superb poem to everyone.
Lady Aberlin: It was just a little poem.
King Friday XIII: Little poem nothing. If it had queens and kings, it has to be a major poem. Handyman Negri?
Handyman Negri: Yes, sire?
King Friday XIII: Once you've completed your rearrangement of the animals, I suggest that you and Lady Aberlin begin at once to prepare a large festivity. A major poetry reading featuring Miss Audrey Duck, one of the finest poets in the land. You may arrange for major decorations, refreshments, a royal affair.
Lady Aberlin: But Uncle Friday...
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