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"Mister Rogers' Neighborhood" 1765: Celebrates the Arts (2001)"MisteRogers' Neighborhood" 1765: Celebrates the Arts (original title)

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Mister Rogers' Neighborhood: Season 31: Episode 5 -- In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe Arts Festival, the neighbors find their own ways to express themselves. Mister Rogers has a video that helps us appreciate the wide variety of art and says that being appreciative is a sign of growing.

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Director:
Writer:
Fred Rogers (writer)
Original Air Date:
31 August 2001 (Season 31, Episode 5)
Genre:
Plot:
In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe Arts Festival, the neighbors find their own ways to express themselves. Mister Rogers has a video that helps us appreciate the wide variety of art and says that being appreciative is a sign of growing. | Add synopsis »
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Cast

 (Episode Cast) (in credits order)

Fred Rogers ... Mr. Rogers / King Friday XIII / Lady Elaine Fairchilde / Cornflake S. Pecially (voice)
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Chuck Aber ... Mr. Charles R. Aber, Associate Mayor
Johnny Costa ... Himself (archive footage)

Hilary Hahn ... Herself (archive footage)
Michael Horton ... Betty Okanak Templeton-Jones (voice)

Wynton Marsalis ... Himself
David Newell ... Mr. McFeely
Bobby Rawsthorne ... Himself (archive footage)
Maggie Stewart ... Mayor Maggie

Episode Crew
Directed by
Bob Walsh 
 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Fred Rogers  writer

Produced by
Michael Johnson .... associate producer
Fred Rogers .... executive producer
Margaret Whitmer .... producer
 
Film Editing by
Susan Howard 
 
Production Design by
Kathryn A. Borland 
 
Art Direction by
Catherine McConnell 
 
Makeup Department
Dianne Ulan .... makeup artist
 
Production Management
Sam Newbury .... director of production
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Chelle Robinson .... assistant director
 
Art Department
Jack Guest .... original scenic design
 
Sound Department
David Foreman .... post-production audio
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Dave Foreman .... camera operator
Don McCall .... camera operator
Art Vogel .... camera operator
Frank Warninsky .... lighting director
 
Editorial Department
Kevin Conrad .... videotape editor
Bill Moore .... videotape
 
Music Department
Johnny Costa .... musical director (credit only)
Carl McVicker .... musician
Michael Moricz .... musical director
Bobby Rawsthorne .... musician
 
Other crew
Joe Abeln .... floor manager
Tom Deluga .... lead technician
Diane Highberger .... production assistant
Lenny Meledandri .... production assistant
Jimmy Seech .... floor manager
Nick Tallo .... floor manager
Heather Troyer .... production intern
Don Williamson .... video
 
Series Cast
These people are regular cast members. Were they in this episode?

Tony Chiroldes ... Tony, Runs 'Tony's Costume, Book, and Toy Shop' / H.M. Hula Mouse (as Tony Chiroldes Carbia)
Lenny Meledandri ... Prince Tuesday
Bill Barker ... Dr. Duckbill Platypus / Elsie Jean Platypus
Mary Rawson ... Cousin Mary Owl

Series Crew
These people are regular crew members. Were they in this episode?
Directed by
David F. Chen  (as David Fu-ying Chen)
J. Philip Miller 
Bill Moates 
Bob Muens 
Sam Silberman 
 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Eliot Daley  writer
Barry Head  writer
Guy Urban  writer

Produced by
Casey Brown .... associate producer
Bill Moates .... producer
Sam Silberman .... producer
Bob Walsh .... producer
 
Original Music by
Josie Carey 
Johnny Costa (1968-1996)
Carl McVicker (1979-2001)
Michael Moricz (1996-2001)
Bobby Rawsthorne 
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Tim McGrane .... assistant director
Chelle Robinson .... assistant director
Hedda Sharapan .... first assistant director
 
Art Department
Julie Blair .... scenic artist
Megan Graham .... scenic artist
Frederika Gray .... scenic artist (as Fricka Gray)
Michael Keaton .... stagehand
Gary Kosko .... scenic artist
Gregory Puchalski .... scenic artist
 
Sound Department
Jerry Cobbs .... sound
Dennis Williams .... videotape sound
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Jarrett Buba .... electrician (1999-2001)
Mike Laver .... video tape operator
 
Music Department
Johnny Costa .... musical director (1968-1996)
Johnny Costa .... musician: piano (1968-1996)
 
Other crew
Jack Arthurs .... technical director
Holly Bruwelheide .... production assistant
Joe Fiacco .... production associate
Julia Palazzi .... production assistant
 

Additional Details

Also Known As:
"MisteRogers' Neighborhood: 1765: Celebrates the Arts (#31.5)" - USA (original title)

Did You Know?

Trivia:
Although this is the final program produced after over three decades of Neighborhood visits, Mister Rogers never eludes to this fact at any point in this episode.See more »
Quotes:
Lady Elaine Fairchilde:Ladies and gentlemen, as judge of this festival, I've decided to award that sketch masterpiece of mine first prize!
Mayor Maggie:First prize? But Lady Elaine, you haven't seen the other entries.
Lady Elaine Fairchilde:Well, what else is there?
Mayor Maggie:This tiny rockit by Corny.
[Shows her the tiny, automatic rocking chair]
Lady Elaine Fairchilde:Let me see it. Pretty good. A first prize for Corny.
Chuck Aber:And the sand sculpture. What about our Westwood sand sculpture?
Lady Elaine Fairchilde:Aw, now there: I look at it with different eyes. A first prize for Westwood.
[Chuck and Maggie are astounded]
Lady Elaine Fairchilde:Yes, first prize.
[...]
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