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A postage stamp featuring "Mister Rogers' Neighborhood" with his King Friday XIII puppet. >>>See TV's other top icons.
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No. 20 Carroll O'Connor
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No. 19 Andy Griffith, left
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No. 18 William Shatner, center
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No. 17 Bob Newhart
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No. 16 David Letterman
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No. 15 The Not Ready For Primetime Players (Chevy Chase, John Belushi, Gilda Radner, Laraine Newman, Garrett Morris, Jane Curtin, Dan Aykroyd.)
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No. 14 Ed Sullivan, center
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No. 13 Jackie Gleason
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No. 11 Roseanne
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No. 9 Homer Simpson
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No. 8 Jerry Seinfeld
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No. 6 Carol Burnett
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No. 4 Bill Cosby
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No. 3 Oprah Winfrey
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Click to see what the houses in iconic TV shows cost the in real world.

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The Brady Bunch's house is pricey and only has two bedrooms.

Click to see the actual home prices of famous TV houses.
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"Brady Bunch"
Esitmated value: $1,536,924
Hollywood, California
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The Halloween episode saw this pricey home converted into a haunted house.
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"Modern Family"
Estimated value: $2,718,434
Los Angeles
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Lauren Graham may have played the role of a single mother, but she was living in a multi-million-dollar house...
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The homes in this popular series are in exclusive Connecticut neighborhoods.
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"Gilmore Girls"
Estimated value: $2,800,000
Washington, Connecticut
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The house in "Roseanne" is located in Peoria County, Illinois instead of fictional Lanford.
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Inside the restroom of the fictional Lanford, Illinois house. 
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Estimated value: $137,821
Peoria County, Illinois
Image 27 of 42 | Friday Night Lights
The home in "Friday Night Lights," a popular NBC drama, isn't too far from Houston.
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Coach Eric and his wife live in an Austin house on the show lived in fictional Dillon, Texas.
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"Friday Night Lights"
Estimated value: $404,320
Austin, Texas
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Marissa Cooper was a privileged girl in "The O.C.," which makes sense considering the real-world value of the house she lived in on the show.
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"The O.C."
Estimated Value: $6,763,525
Malibu, California
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Mob boss Tony Soprano may have had many problems, but his home's value is not one of them.
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"The Sopranos"
Estimated Value: $1,573,397
Caldwell, New Jersey
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"Dynasty" (The Carrington Mansion) 
Estimated Value: $27,837,250 
Pasadena, California (Not Colorado as the show implied.)
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Grey's Anatomy House  
Estimated value: $2,013,404 
Seattle, Washington
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Grey's Anatomy House  
Estimated value: $2,013,404 
Seattle, Washington
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Part of this early 1900s Victorian home in Minneapolis was used as a set for the "Mary Tyler Moore Show." It became known as "TV's most famous bachelorette pad."
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Here is a scene from the show that shows the living room of the home.
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"Mary Tyler Moore Show"
Estimated value: $1,873,001
Minneapolis, Minnesota
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The cast of "Full House" crammed into this San Francisco home that opened the show each episode.
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"Full House"
Estimated value: $4,248,144
San Francisco, California
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"The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air"
Estimated value: $1,575,669
Los Angeles, California

NEW YORK (AP) — It's a beautiful day in the postal neighborhood.

The U.S. Postal Service plans to issue a new stamp featuring Mister Rogers, the children's television host known for his zip-up cardigan, sneakers and soothing manner.

The Forever stamp will be unveiled March 23 in the same Pittsburgh public television station where "Mister Rogers' Neighborhood" was produced. The stamp features Fred Rogers and the royal puppet King Friday XIII.

Tom Hanks to Play Mr. Rogers in Upcoming Biopic Hanks will play the iconic children's show host in the You Are My Friend. Marielle Heller is set to direct the film off a script written by Micah Fitzerman-Blue and Noah Harpster. You Are My Friend will be based on Rogers' friendship with journalist Tom Junod, who wrote a prominent profile of the star for Esquire in 1998. Junod commented on the announcement of the film. Hanks has a knack for playing icons, as he stepped into the shoes of Walt Disney for Saving Mr. Banks. Production on the TriStar Pictures film is set to start in September. Media: Wibbitz

Rogers produced, wrote and hosted "Mister Rogers' Neighborhood" for more than 30 years. He died in 2003 at 74 after battling stomach cancer. His message remained a simple one throughout the years, telling his viewers to love themselves and others.


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