Mister Ed

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CBS (ended 1966)

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Mister Ed

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One of the most successful of the numerous 1960's nonsensical sitcoms was this one about a talking horse. Ed belonged to Wilbur Post, a young architect who had decided to move out of the city to get a little closer to nature. The rambling country home he and his wife decided upon came complete with a barn that doubled as Wilbur's office and a very talkative palomino named Ed. Problem was Ed didn't care to talk to just anyone, in fact he would only talk to Wilbur (the first human he'd ever met worth talking to). The confusion caused by having a talking horse, and the situations Ed got Wilbur into, and occasionlly out of, formed the stories.
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  • Alan Young (I)

    Alan Young (I)

    Wilbur Post

    Allan Lane

    Allan Lane

    Mister Ed (voice only)

    Leon Ames

    Leon Ames

    Gordon Kirkwood (1963-1966)

    Connie Hines

    Connie Hines

    Carol Post

    Larry Keating

    Larry Keating

    Roger Addison (1961-1963)

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    Categories

    Comedy, Fantasy

    Themes

    long running show, laugh track, for the child in you, for animal lovers, outcasts