Green Acres

Season 5 Episode 25

The Wealthy Landowner

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Aired Unknown Apr 11, 1970 on CBS
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In a personals ad, Eb advertises himself as a wealthy landowner. He begins communicating with a woman with a Park Avenue address, prompting him to exaggerate his worth even more. By the time she arrives for a visit, Eb is passing the Douglases off as sharecroppers who work for him.moreless

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    Ivor Barry

    Ivor Barry

    Benson the Chauffeur

    Guest Star

    Allison McKay

    Allison McKay

    Sarah Maxwell

    Guest Star

    Brian Dewey

    Brian Dewey

    Kid

    Guest Star

    Frank Cady

    Frank Cady

    Sam Drucker

    Recurring Role

    Pat Buttram

    Pat Buttram

    Mr. Eustace Haney

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    Tom Lester

    Tom Lester

    Eb Dawson

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      • Eb: (reading his personal ad) Handsome, sophisticated, wealthy land owner looking for wealthy mate. Address all applications to Eb Dawson, wealthy landowner, Hooterville.
        Oliver: Wealthy landowner?
        Eb: Well, I will be. You're gonna leave the farm to me, aren't you Dad?
        Oliver: I am not your Dad and I'm not leaving the farm to you.
        Lisa: Well, you might as well. I don't want it.

      • Oliver: (Eb wants him to pose as his butler) I'm not wearing a butler suit!
        Eb: But she's expecting to see my servants! What'll I tell her?
        Oliver: Just tell her the truth.
        Eb: Yeah. How does this sound? My butler and maid drank up all my champagne and got stoned, and I had to fire 'em!
        Lisa: That sounds good to me.

      • Lisa: (afterchecking outCelia'sjewelry) As for the diamonds, they are real. About $38,000 worth.
        Oliver: Are you sure?
        Lisa: Oliver, I can tell a real diamond from thirty paces with one eye tied behind my back.

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