Green Acres

Season 3 Episode 30

A Star Named Arnold is Born (2)

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Aired Unknown Apr 10, 1968 on CBS
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Oliver and Lisa chaperone Arnold to Hollywood for his screen test. Producer Boris Fedor isn't interested in the pig; he's just using him to pressure a greedy horse to come back to work. When the horse's agent balks, the publicity machine starts promoting Arnold as the studio's next big star. A stunned Oliver, who came along for laughs, can't believe what he's witnessing.moreless

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    Patience Cleveland

    Patience Cleveland

    Miss Hanson

    Guest Star

    Peter Leeds

    Peter Leeds

    Ted Sweitzer

    Guest Star

    Phil Gordon

    Phil Gordon

    Assistant Director

    Guest Star

    Arnold the Pig

    Arnold the Pig

    Arnold Ziffel

    Recurring Role

    Hank Patterson

    Hank Patterson

    Fred Ziffel

    Recurring Role

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    • TRIVIA (4)

      • Among the press clippings in "Arnold's Scrap Book" are a photo captioned "Arnold Mees Miss Hamhock of 1968", a headline reading "Mayor Greets Arnold", and another stating "Arnold Receives Honorary Degree from UCLA".

      • Boris Fedor offers to pay Arnold $100 a week with his own dressing room. Lisa agrees to this deal for the first picture only.

      • When Arnold's being readied for the camera, the makeup department applies false eyelashes and the hair stylist puts a curler in his tail.

      • The horse's agent is holding out for an additional $5000 a week.

    • QUOTES (3)

      • (Arnold's posing poolside wearing sunglasses while Oliver holds his drink)
        Lisa: Oliver, don't hold the glass so high. You're hiding Arnold's face.
        Oliver: I'm doing him a favor!

      • (during their subtitled chat, Arnold learns the horse was planning to send his son to college)
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        rnold: Oink. Oink. (Subtitle: "But if he doesn't go to college they'll draft him!")
        Horse: Whinny. (Subtitle: "I was counting on this money to be able to send him.")
        Arnold: Oink. Oink. (Subtitle: "I Feel like a heel.")
        Horse: Whinny. (Subtitle: "C'est la vie.")
        Arnold: Oink. Oink. (Subtitle: "Oh, you speak French.")

      • (after Arnold's conversation with the horse, the subtitles continue)
        Boris Fedor: Your pig never showed up on the set.
        Oliver: Well I don't know where he is.
        Lisa (looks down at the subtitles on the screen): We don't need those words any more.

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