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Episode 1349

Episode 1349
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Air Date March 21, 1974

Mister Rogers arrives with two old shoe laces which he ties together and uses to string some wooden beads. As he creates a design with the beads, he sings I Like To Take My Time.

At the Brown's Marionette Theater, preparations continue for the upcoming performance of The Elves, the Shoemaker, and the Shoemaker's Wife. Johnny Costa is playing music as the puppeteers practice the movements of the characters. Mister Rogers shares the two songs he has written for the performance.

In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Francois Clemmons helps X the Owl locate his newest lesson from the Owl Corresponsdence School. Searching the Neighborhood, Francois Clemmons finds French fried onion rings at the tower. Meanwhile, X finds a letter "O" and a letter "C" near the Platypus mound as well as an "S" in the tree. Putting the three letters together, he discovers that this lesson was the first in a OCS course called "Hide and Find."

Back at the house, Mister Rogers has a letter "S" which he hides for viewers to find.


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With Fred Rogers
Neighbors: Francois Clemmons, Johnny Costa, W.P. Barker, and Bob Brown, Judy Brown, Dallas Teat, Bob Payne
Directed by Bill Moates
Music Director: John Costa

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