Mr. Rogers and a host of colorful characters, both puppet and human, demonstrate all kinds of interesting and intriguing things through imagination, music and art.
Did You Know?
, in addition to other roles, also served as Fred Rogers' understudy. When Rogers decided to return to the United States, Coombs stayed in Canada to accept an offer for his own series, Butternut Square
(1964), which ultimately evolved into the classic Canadian children's' TV series, Mr. Dressup
(1967). See more
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