Green Acres

Season 4 Episode 11

The Blue Feather

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Aired Unknown Dec 18, 1968 on CBS
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Lisa's convinced that Hungarian gypsies have placed a curse on her when she receives a dreaded blue feather in the mail. To "de-hexify" her, Haney sells Lisa a ridiculous recipe that she mixes up, places in a green purse, and hangs outside the front door. Eb gets a look at it and panics because the "green purse hex" will bring a drought. He counteracts it with his own concoction in ared purse. Oliver takes action to put a stop to all this foolishness.

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Chris Ross (II)

Chris Ross (II)

Ken

Guest Star

Jim Cranna

Jim Cranna

Mitch

Guest Star

Jack Wagner (II)

Jack Wagner (II)

Announcer

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Alvy Moore

Alvy Moore

Hank Kimball

Recurring Role

Frank Cady

Frank Cady

Sam Drucker

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Pat Buttram

Pat Buttram

Mr. Eustace Haney

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  • QUOTES (2)

    • Eb: (at Druckers, concocting formula to cancel out Lisa's green purse hex) Then we mix it all together and add three hairs from a cow's tail.
      Sam: What's that for?
      Eb: To give it body!
      Hank: That sounds logical to me.
      Sam: No, it doesn't!
      Eb: Now we need something to put it in. (grabs purse from display) Hey, this red handbag will be perfect!
      Hank: I like the yellow one better. I got earrings to go with that.

    • Oliver: (Lisa explains the blue feather curse) Oh, here we go with another silly Hungarian superstition.
      Lisa: You wouldn't say it was silly if you saw what happened to my uncle after she got the blue feather.
      Oliver: Your uncle after she got--?
      Lisa:He used to be my aunt. That was only the beginning. The next thing that happened to him was he grew a tail!

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