Green Acres

Season 5 Episode 18

The Ex-Con

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Aired Unknown Jan 31, 1970 on CBS
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Oliver gives another of his speeches, this one to the County Bar Association, encouraging the hiring of ex-convicts. This leads to his hiring of Willie Dunhill, a man who's spent so many years in prison, he can't adjust to life on the outside; he keeps calling Oliver "warden".moreless

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    Don Keefer

    Don Keefer

    Carl Kelcy

    Guest Star

    Hal Baylor

    Hal Baylor

    Police Officer

    Guest Star

    John Qualen

    John Qualen

    Willie Dunhill

    Guest Star

    Alvy Moore

    Alvy Moore

    Hank Kimball

    Recurring Role

    Pat Buttram

    Pat Buttram

    Mr. Eustace Haney

    Recurring Role

    Tom Lester

    Tom Lester

    Eb Dawson

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    • TRIVIA (3)

    • QUOTES (4)

      • Lisa: (wanting to go with Oliver to the Bar Association dinner) Couldn't I just go along and listen to your speech?
        Oliver: I'm afraid it would be very boring.
        Lisa: Well, I find all your speeches boring, but I still like to listen to them.

      • Haney: (after Oliver refuses to buy his burglar alarm) Are you just gonna leave your wife's jewels and baubles lying around within reach of any crook that happens to be living hear?
        Oliver: Mr Haney! How can YOU call anybody a crook?
        Haney: Mr. Douglas, I detect a note of in-your-winder in your voice.
        Oliver:It's more than in-your-winder. The only difference between you and Willie Dunhill is he made the mistake of being caught!

      • Haney:(after Oliver rips down the alarm he's installed) Mr. Douglas! You just ruined a four-hundred dollar burglar alarm!
        Oliver: I thought you said fifty?
        Haney
        : I'll take it!

      • Willie Dunhill: I know this is silly, but I'd work better if you stand over me with a shotgun.

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