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1765: Celebrates the Arts 

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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.

Director:

Bob Walsh

Writer:

Fred Rogers

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Cast

Episode credited cast:
Fred Rogers ... Mr. Rogers / King Friday XIII / Lady Elaine Fairchilde / Cornflake S. Pecially (voice)
Chuck Aber ... Charles R. Aber
Michael Horton Michael Horton ... Betty Okanak Templeton-Jones (voice)
David Newell ... Mr. McFeely
Maggie Stewart ... Mayor Maggie
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Johnny Costa Johnny Costa ... Himself (archive footage)
Hilary Hahn ... Herself (archive footage)
Wynton Marsalis ... Himself (archive footage)
Bobby Rawsthorne Bobby Rawsthorne ... Himself (archive footage)
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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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Family | Fantasy | Music

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TV-Y
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Release Date:

31 August 2001 (USA) See more »

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Although this is the final episode of the series, Mister Rogers never alludes to this fact. See more »

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King Friday XIII: Betty Okanak Templeton, I presume?
Betty Okonak Templeton-Jones: You're right about that, King Friday. I always say if you wanna be right about something, you look at somebody you know and say their name and ask if you're right. Well of course you're right, of course you're correct as usual. After all, it's that person's name, it's not some multiple equation for extra carricular movements.
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It's Such A Good Feeling
Performed by Fred Rogers
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