Director Morgan Neville was partly inspired to create this documentary after asking Yo-Yo Ma about how he handled his status of being a celebrity. Ma said Fred Rogers mentored him on how his fame could be used for good.
Come on over a minute. I just had some ideas that I've been thinking about for quite while about modulation. It seems to me that there are different themes in life, and one of my main jobs, it seems to me, is to help, through the mass media for ...
This film makes no mention of Rogers' professional period in Canada where he produced a precursor to Mister Rogers' Neighborhood (1968), MisteRogers (1961), for the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation for several years until he decided to return to United States, while his understudy, Ernie Coombs, stayed to create an honored childrens television show of his own: Mr. Dressup (1967).
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