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- helped develop the children's shows The Children's Corner (1955) and Misterogers (1963). In 1968, he created Mister Rogers' Neighborhood, which ran for...
- series Misterogers debuted in Canada on October 15, 1962, on CBC Television. In 1966, Rogers moved back to the United States creating Misterogers' Neighborhood...
- movie formats (1953) ShopKo (1962), retail stores, later renamed Shopko MisteRogers Neighborhood, the TV series also called Mister Rogers' Neighborhood (1968)...
- episodes from the first season of the PBS series, which was then NET MisteRogers' Neighborhood, that was aired in 1968. Within the series history, this...
- Canada to work on an early version of Mister Rogers' Neighborhood, called Misterogers. Rogers moved back to the United States three years later, but Coombs...
- produce dolls, pretzels, model trolleys, and other goods. He debuted on Misterogers, the precursor of Mister Rogers' Neighborhood. Corney's middle initial...
- television. The last black-and-white series on network television was MisteRogers' Neighborhood on the non-commercial NET. Production of this series switched...
- debuted a new children's television program on its nationwide affiliates, Misterogers, described initially in CBC's fall schedule preview as "a 15-minute puppet...
- California Dennis Satin, Bulgarian-born German film director; in Sofia Misterogers Neighborhood (later called Mister Rogers' Neighborhood), described at...
- is the last series episode in which the show's title is spelled as "Misterogers' Neighborhood", and the second design of the neighborhood model, and...
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