Green Acres

Season 5 Episode 9

The Special Delivery Letter

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Aired Unknown Nov 22, 1969 on CBS
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Oliver tries to pick up a special delivery letter that arrived for him at the Hooterville post office. He and Lisa end up traveling all over the valley because Drucker mistakenly gave it to Hank Kimball, who gave it to Fred Ziffel, who gave it to Arnold. Arnold dropped it in the mail, sending the Douglases to the Pixley post office where two sets of identical twins are working at the windows.

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    Robert Nichols

    Robert Nichols

    Post Office Clerk #1

    Guest Star

    Chanin Hale

    Chanin Hale

    Post Office Clerk #2

    Guest Star

    Frank Cady

    Frank Cady

    Sam Drucker

    Recurring Role

    Alvy Moore

    Alvy Moore

    Hank Kimball

    Recurring Role

    Hank Patterson

    Hank Patterson

    Fred Ziffel

    Recurring Role

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    • TRIVIA (2)

      • Outside of the Drucker's General Store, which was closed, Haney tries to sell Oliver a "professional lock picker's kit", Japanese opera glasses made for the Emperor to watch Japanese operas, and a brick endorsed by the FBI (Federal Burglars' Institute).

      • Arnold went to Pixley for his swimming lesson and to have hamburgers with the other kids.

    • QUOTES (3)

      • Lisa: I remember when we lived in Hungary, my father got a special delivery letter telling him he was no longer the king.
        Oliver: Your father wasn't the king!
        Lisa: Not after he got that letter, he wasn't. We had to move out of the palace and he got a job as a waiter in an Italian restaurant. He had to go to school at night to learn a new accent.

      • Lisa: (guessing the contents of the letter) Oliver! Maybe you've been drafted!
        Oliver: Oh, it's impossible!
        Eb: No, sir. They're scraping the bottom of the barrel.
        Oliver: Look, Eb--
        Eb: Of World War I!

      • Lisa: (after tasting a plastic pickle) Mr Drucker, I don't think I'll take any of the plastic pickles. They don't taste very good.

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