|THE NEIGHBORHOOD ARCHIVE - All Things Mister Rogers|
Mister Rogers arrives with a harmonica which he demonstrates before talking about the day he got married. Sharing several photographs from his wedding, Mister Rogers remembers this special day. He recalls being young and wanting to marry his mother and sings I Did Too.
In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, the Trolley delivers a harmonica to the castle where Queen Sara and Robert Troll both take their turn at playing a few notes as Prince Tuesday practices walking.
At the tree, Robert Troll plays the harmonica as X the Owl recites a poem about Malcolm Apricot Dinko. Moving on to the clock, Robert Troll is introduced to Malcolm by Daniel Stiped Tiger. Together, they all visit Donkey Hodie at Someplace Else where they find that the vegetables grow faster when Robert Troll plays the harmonica. Donkey Hodie reminds everyone that he is looking for a full-time helper on his farm.
Back at the house, Mister Rogers visits Negri's Music Shop where a harmonica band is performing. He returns to his house and concludes by talking a bit more about weddings and getting married as he sings a few lines from Many Ways to Say I Love You.
With Fred Rogers
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