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ohhh Wilbur!

The Famous talking horse - Mr. Ed TV show - Was kinda hooked on this…

Time Capsule Trivia - Early Days of TV Father Knows Best!  Loved this show!  It starred Robert Young

Time Capsule Trivia - Early Days of TV Father Knows Best! It starred Robert Young. Jim owned General Insurance Co. Spending time with his children is a priority in the show.

"Mister Ed" TV Series. Mister Ed, Alan Young (born Angus Young; 19 November 1919) and Connie Hines (March 24, 1931–December 18, 2009), as Wilbur and Carol Post. Mister Ed first aired in syndication from January 5 to July 2, 1961, and then on CBS from October 1, 1961, to February 6, 1966. Mister Ed is one of the few series to debut in syndication. Bamboo Harvester (1949-1970) was the name of the horse that portrayed Mister Ed. Foaled in 1949 in El Monte, California.

Mister Ed and Alan Young With apologies to Trigger, TV's most famous horse is…

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wilbur and mr. ed

A horse is a horse, of course, of course no one more so than Mr Ed, the talking horse. The horse was fed a mouthful of peanut butter, which he loved. He would lick his lips continually which gave the impression that he was speaking.

The Odd Couple

TV's Odd Couple: Jack Klugman as Oscar Madison and Tony Randall as Felix Ungar

 Mr. Ed--"a horse is a horse, of course of course...."

Mr. Ed

Animal Talk ~ Rural Delivery essay on rural life in modern-day America by Michael Hofferber

Patty Duke as Patty & Cathy Lane on The Patty Duke Show (1963-66, ABC) I didn't watch this show until it was long into reruns but I liked this show.

Patty Duke portrayed identical twin cousins, Patty & Cathy Lane on "The Patty Duke Show" ABC).

big valley | Big Valley Dug Up For A Movie, We Recommend Remaking It With Vampires ...

Big Valley Dug Up For A Movie, We Recommend Remaking It With Vampires

Barbara Stanwyck's TV show, "The Big Valley" Season 2 and Season 3 finally out on DVD. Watch the Big Valley again on your own TV.

Classic Television Showbiz: Mister Ed (1962), portrayed by Bamboo Harvester.

Classic Television Showbiz: Mister Ed portrayed by Bamboo Harvester. /Love this picture EL.

The commercials from the '60s and '70s were just about as memorable as the shows. From the Frito Bandito to Old Iron Eyes Cody with that unforgettable tear i...

In 1971 Iron Eyes Cody was the crying Indian for a successful ad that ran 20 years fighting pollution but he was an actor who was Sicilian.

The 50-Year Rule: 1962 names revisited

The 50-Year Rule: 1962 names revisited

Father Knows Best LaurenChapin, Jane Wyatt, Robert Young, Elinor Donahue and Billy Gray.

Mr. Ed the talking horse 1960 TV show. Interview with Mr. Ed - Horse Facts and Horse Trivia

Interview with Mr. Ed - Horse Facts and Horse Trivia

Ed the talking horse 1960 TV show. Interview with Mr. Ed - Horse Facts and Horse Trivia.my Favorite show ever!

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