Green Acres

Season 2 Episode 28

The Vulgar Ring Story

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Aired Unknown Apr 12, 1967 on CBS
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Lisa says that women in her family must marry an American every fourth generation to keep the huge ring she now wears. She regales Hooterville with the story of her great, great grandmother, the Queen of the Gypsies, and her courtship of an American artist, Cornelius. Much stealing and dancing is involved.moreless

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    Doris Packer

    Doris Packer

    Mother

    Guest Star

    Walter Woolf King

    Walter Woolf King

    Father

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    Oscar Beregi

    Oscar Beregi

    Bela

    Guest Star

    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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    • TRIVIA (5)

      • Where's Hooterville?: Kimball says he keeps his watch on Washington time, where it's lunch hour. It's 10AM in Hooterville, putting their town in the Mountain Time Zone. This would be nowhere near Chicago which is the city Oliver and Lisa often fly into when taking trips.

      • While checking the kitchen sink trap for Lisa's ring, he finds a scarf in the pipe and the heel of a shoe. Lisa asks him he found the rest of the shoe.

      • Lisa says the ring was smuggled past the Nazis in a vat of "chickens fat".

      • Coming in late on Lisa's story, Haney thinks she's talking about a movie he's seen featuring Slim Sommerville singing "There's Nothing More Refreshin' Than a Good, Long Depression."

      • Lisa claims that her ring once belongs to her great, great grandmother, the Queen of the Gypsies. To retain the ring, every fourth generation of their tribe must marry an American.

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    • ALLUSIONS (1)

      • Thinking Lisa's gypsy story is actually the plot of a movie, Haney says he hasn't "seen a good musical since The Big Broadcast of 1932." The Big Broadcast of 1932 starred Bing Crosby and Burns and Allen.

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