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Someone Made a Documentary About TV Superstar Mister Rogers

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Someone made a documentary on ‘Mr. Rogers’ Neighborhood’ superstar Fred Rogers, who passed away in 2003.

The guy was a REAL LIFE neighbor of Mr. Rogers and the documentary, ‘Mister Rogers & Me’ is about some of their interactions.

One of the more memorable ones was when Mr. Rogers dropped this bit of wisdom on him: “Deep and simple is better than shallow and complex.”

The documentary was actually finished in 2010, but it didn’t have a real theatrical release. Yesterday, it came out on DVD and was made available on iTunes. For more information, visit the movie’s website: MisterRogersAndMe.com.

Here’s a trailer:

Here’s a list he wrote for MTV.com, entitled ‘Five Reasons Mister Rogers Was A Rock Star

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