by Steve Eastman, Wait Til You Hear This
Back in the 60s there were a lot of kid shows on TV. The hosts typically played friendly policemen, sea captains and firemen, and introduced cartoons or 10-minute Three Stooges movies. But one of these hosts stood out above the rest. Esquire magazine’s front page story called Fred Rogers a national hero.
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