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Mister Ed, Home Sweet Trailer, Mr Ed, Leon Ames

Mister Ed, Home Sweet Trailer, Mr Ed, Leon Ames

Mister Ed - rented a season a while back and watched it with my teenage son ... he laughed out loud. Fun!

Mister Ed - rented a season a while back and watched it with my teenage son ... he laughed out loud. Fun!

Mister Ed (on Nick-at-Nite) -- "A horse is a horse, of course, of course..."

Mister Ed (on Nick-at-Nite) -- "A horse is a horse, of course, of course..."

Mister Ed... memories....

Mister Ed (1958-66)

Mister Ed, the talking horse and Wilbur Post (Alan Young) - an American television situation comedy produced by Filmways and first aired from January 5 to July 2, 1961, and then on CBS from October 1, 1961 to February 6, 1966.

Mister Ed, the talking horse and Wilbur Post (Alan Young) - an American television situation comedy produced by Filmways and first aired from January 5 to July 2, 1961, and then on CBS from October 1, 1961 to February 6, 1966.

A horse is a horse, of course, of course.  And nobody can talk to a horse of course.  That is of course, unless the horse is the FAMOUS MISTER ED!

A horse is a horse, of course, of course. And nobody can talk to a horse of course. That is of course, unless the horse is the FAMOUS MISTER ED!

Mister Ed and Alan Young    With apologies to Trigger, TV's most famous horse is probably MISTER ED. The title star of a 1960s sitcom, Ed was a talking horse who brought endless grief to his owner, Wilbur Post. Wilbur wasn't really "highly effective," but the part became the signature role for actor ALAN YOUNG. Absurd as the show was, Mister Ed became one of the biggest hits of the 1960s and spawned a well-known theme song beginning "A horse is a horse, of course, of course..."

Mister Ed and Alan Young With apologies to Trigger, TV's most famous horse is probably MISTER ED. The title star of a 1960s sitcom, Ed was a talking horse who brought endless grief to his owner, Wilbur Post. Wilbur wasn't really "highly effective," but the part became the signature role for actor ALAN YOUNG. Absurd as the show was, Mister Ed became one of the biggest hits of the 1960s and spawned a well-known theme song beginning "A horse is a horse, of course, of course..."

Mister Ed, the talking horse.  Now, there was a great t.v. show.  Here's the opening theme song. How about some Mr. Ed trivia. Mr. Ed was a golden Palomino. Mr. Ed's voice was a closely guarded secret, but it was actually Allan Lane, a former cowboy star.

Mister Ed, the talking horse. Now, there was a great t.v. show. Here's the opening theme song. How about some Mr. Ed trivia. Mr. Ed was a golden Palomino. Mr. Ed's voice was a closely guarded secret, but it was actually Allan Lane, a former cowboy star.

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