Green Acres

Season 1 Episode 20

The Price of Apples

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Aired Unknown Feb 09, 1966 on CBS
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Oliver will make considerably more on his apple crop if he gets it to market first. He hires local high schoolers to pick the fruit and uses their old truck to haul them. As the rickety vehicle suffers numerous breakdowns, the apple prices begin to drop. Finally, Lisa's hotscakes come to the rescue.

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    Jack Bannon

    Jack Bannon

    Police Officer

    Guest Star

    Kay E. Kuter

    Kay E. Kuter

    Newt Kiley

    Recurring Role

    Vince Barnett

    Vince Barnett

    Gus

    Recurring Role

    Pat Buttram

    Pat Buttram

    Mr . Eustace Haney

    Recurring Role

    Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions

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    • TRIVIA (4)

      • When Lisa is making hot cakes in the beginning, she cuts the batter to make three cakes. However when she removes the extra batter, there are four cakes.

      • Huh?: Lisa demonstrates to the cook at the diner how she shapes her hotcakes. Considering all she does is pour his batter on the griddle, why are these as inedible as the ones she makes at home?

      • The police officer who pulls Oliver over is Hank Kimball's cousin. He rambles just like Hank, and his voice has been dubbed in by Alvy Moore.

      • Haney offers Oliver the services of the "Transcontinental Refrigerated Apple Trucking Company". It's his truck with a block of ice in a bucket, radar, ejector seat and, supposedly, the ability to fly.

    • QUOTES (2)

      • Haney: (showing Oliver his modern refrigerated truck) You know what that is? (pointing at a chunk of ice in a bucket) Gen-u-ine ice!
        Oliver: That's your refrigeration plant?
        Haney: It operates on the principle of cold.

      • Diner Cook: Something wrong?
        Lisa
        : My husband blew out his head basket.

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