Early whimsy, fun and frolic in the neighborhood

Like much of early black and white television, in this early episode of Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood, at that time spelled as one word Misterogers, there’s lots of freewheeling fun and a fascinating look at the early days of a very creative, playful and imaginative Fred Rogers.
In this episode he sings one of his early unfamiliar songs, “Fences” with a consistent and familiar message: “the world is full of fences, some I do not like- the ones that keep me out and some I do – the kind that keep me safe.”