Fred Rogers's Heroes: Who's Helping America's Children Movie Review 1994

Information and Film Reviews for Fred Rogers's Heroes: Who's Helping America's Children the Movie

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Features Fred Rogers, of "Mr. Rogers' Neghborhood" fame, as he honors four individuals who work with youngsters whose lives have been affected by violence or despair. The four individuals are: a Native-American principal in Shiprock, Arizona; an African-American mediator teaching in Chicago's public housing projects; a Hispanic-American teaching folk dancing to children of Los Angeles; and a New York psychologist who has established a school for emotionally disturbed children. Emphasis is placed on the student's positive response to their teachers.

Distribution

PBS Home Video, Catalog Fulfillment Center, PO Box 751089, Charlotte, NC 28275-1089, Phone: (800)531-4727, Toll-free: 800-645-4PBS, Email: info@pbs.org, URL: http://www.pbs.org

Available on VHS
Running time 57 minutes.

Cast and Crew

Genres
Education, Biography
Producer
Inc. Family Communications, WQED

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