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Mister Ed

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Mister Ed

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Trivia Mr. Ed could really open the barn door. Mister Ed : If you had a dog, you'd let him sleep in the house.

Wilbur Post : A dog is different. A dog is a household pet. Mister Ed : Then call me "Rover" and wake me at eight.

Was this review helpful to you? Yes No Report this. Add the first question. Wilbur's year-old father is engaged to be married to Emma Hoblock Doris Packer.

Wilbur, Carol, and the Addisons are all under the false impression that his bride-to-be is fifty years younger, because they meet Emma's daughter Penny Eilene Janssen first.

To teach Wilbur a lesson, his father has Penny play along. Wilbur and Ed then go to Dodgers Stadium to help Durocher, resulting in Ed hitting an inside-the-park home run pitched by Sandy Koufax.

Ed enters Wilbur in a newspaper puzzle contest and Wilbur ends up winning a miniature horse which Ed adopts as his own son.

The little fellow promptly eats Roger's prized roses. Leo Fuchs appears as Mr. Rasmussen, the near sighted man from the Animal Regulation Bureau.

Ed is attracted to a British filly named Penelope, but she only dates horses that are taller than she is, so Ed wants Wilbur to provide him with elevated horse shoes.

Henry Corden appears as the Blacksmith. Wilbur's former Air Force commander, Gordon Kirkwood Leon Ames and his wife Winnie Florence MacMichael come to town and park their trailer in the Post's back yard while they wait to settle on their new home next door.

As the trailer is sitting there, Ed feels that his territory is being invaded. Wilbur travels to San Francisco for a magician's convention.

He enters an illusion contest, using Mr. Ed as his assistant in a potentially dangerous trick, the "spears through the horse" trick.

While there, Carol goes on a shopping spree with her friend Judy Beverly Wills. Ed takes all the packages that Carol bought and hopes to use them as shields while in Wilbur's magic trick box.

Peter Leeds appears a Marty Bixby, a friend of Wilbur's, who is also an amateur magician. Mister Ed is suffering from nightmares, so Wilbur goes to a psychiatrist Richard Deacon to see if he has any suggestions.

Doctor Stekel suggests getting a hobby, possibly playing an instrument. So, Wilbur tells this to Ed. Ed becomes a one-horse-band.

Moko the Martian then secretly crashes the party and turns the dull party into a swinging one. Ed doesn't want to leave his stall as his horoscope predicts doom if he does.

Wilbur takes Ed out anyway and soon bad things start to happen. Carol brings a collection of items that were gathered for an auction and stores them in Ed's barn.

The collection of objects reveal a fierce looking dragon horse that Ed believes will hex him. Carol prepares a ranger outing for girls.

Wilbur is asked to do the same type of things for the boys also. Ed is interested in participating. Having previously been successful in helping to apprehend Russian spies possessing stolen microfilm, the Chief of the Secret Intelligence Agency, J.

Slattery James Flavin , calls on Wilbur to find a tiny secret radio that has disappeared. Ed finds the clue in a Chinese restaurant which is the hideout to a foreign spy named Kosh Oscar Beregi and his assistant Derrick Henry Brandon.

The Secret Intelligence Agency want Ed and Wilbur to go undercover again to fight the spies Kosh and Derrick, who have stolen an unknown American secret formula.

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Help Learn to edit Community portal Recent changes Upload file. Download as PDF Printable version. Add links. Newlyweds Wilbur and Carol Post move into their first house together, and find that the previous tenant left his horse behind in the backyard barn.

Carol insists on selling the animal, but Wilbur wants to keep it. To his surprise, the horse agrees with him. Howard Wendell appears as a real estate agent.

Roger Addison hears Mister Ed and Wilbur talking to each other. He now believes that Wilbur is a great ventriloquist. Ed comes to the rescue.

Meanwhile, Carol is trying to get Wilbur to buy a TV set for the bedroom. Kay gets Carol involved with a woman's club. She is so busy with the club, she gets Wilbur to do all her chores for her.

Wilbur decides to take up painting as a hobby. Note: Mr. Ed talks to Wilbur in front of the boy riding him because, as he says, "Who believes kids, anyway?

Ed devours all the vegetables in Carol's garden. When Carol finds out, she banishes Wilbur to the barn.

Kay and Roger have an argument over a mink that she bought, and Roger leaves to spend the night with Wilbur. Ed tries to get everyone together by pretending to be a burglar.

Wilbur lends a local fraternity Mr. Ed to be their mascot. Ed is stolen by a rival fraternity house and hidden in a sorority house basement. Wilbur then dresses as a woman to get Ed out.

Norma Varden appears as Mrs. Davis, the sorority house mother. Carol believes Mr. Wilbur and Mr. Ed are against it. Because of this, marital strife boils over in both the Post and Addison households.

To keep the peace, Ed relents. Ed causes problems on the set until he learns that a filly horse has fallen in love with him. Note: This is the first episode where the theme song is sung.

Wilbur is all set to enjoy a week's vacation relaxing at home, but his plans are ruined when his overbearing Aunt Martha Eleanor Audley and her talking parrot unexpectedly drop by for a prolonged visit.

Tootsie the parrot gets to stay in the barn and it's driving Ed crazy. Ed hides the bird, but when he finds out how much the bird means to Aunt Martha, he brings her back.

Mister Ed is phoning in racing tips to the Pimlico Racetrack for his niece to help her with her first race. Wilbur insists they need to keep spending down.

Between the Post's and the Addison's, the statue is repeatedly bought and returned, hidden and found.

Gage Clarke appears as the antique store owner. While lost in Mexico, the Post's and Addison's stop in a small town.

As they are having lunch someone hits Wilbur's trailer and damages the wheel. Ed is the only witness. When Wilbur refuses to pay, he is put in jail.

Ed helps Wilbur win his case. Mister Ed's mother is being used as a plow horse, so he begs Wilbur to buy her at auction. Carol is dead set against taking in another horse, and Roger is dead set against Kay spending any of his money at the auction.

Ed, pretending to be Wilbur's business manager, buys his mother and brings her to the barn. Carol finds out and Ed's mother is sent back.

Wilbur buys her again at the auction, promising Carol he will find her a good home. After Ed starts giving Wilbur nothing but winning picks at the race track, everyone wants to get in on the gravy train - including Carol and Kay's milk fund for the school kids.

But once Ed finds out that Wilbur wants to actually place bets on them, he refuses to give Wilbur the winners. Ed overhears Carol and Kay talk about how the milk fund could really have used the money and decides to give Wilbur the winners only for one day.

At the track, they win the first six races. But, Ed's pick for the seventh race is dropped. Roger looks at Wilbur's paper and gets everyone to bet on a horse that Wilbur picked and which Ed said could never win.

Carol rescues a poodle named Pierre and Ed gets so jealous that he tries to get the pup in trouble. Ed calls the police and reports the dog's barking waking people up at night.

Wilbur believes it was Roger who called. Wilbur explains to Ed that Pierre will be taken back to the pound and probably be there forever.

Ed tells Wilbur he was the one that called and that he's sorry. Ralph Sanford appears as the policeman. Wilbur pretends to be a patient and sees a psychiatrist Richard Deacon to find out how to help Mr.

Ed overcome his fear of heights. Carol has sprained her wrist, so Wilbur hires Velma Elvia Allman , a fantastic cook. She even serves carrot pizzas to Ed.

Velma gets ready to leave because her week is up. Ed calls her on the phone and pretends to be a local secret admirer so she will stay longer.

Wilbur hires a bumbling handyman John Qualen to fix up the house in anticipation of a visit from Home Beautiful Magazine, and Ed wants new shoes to impress a filly.

James Flavin appears as Mr. Kramer, the stable owner. Margaret Virginia Christine and her son Peter are new to the block and Peter is having trouble fitting in.

Carol gives a party for the unpopular youngster. Mister Ed comes up with a plan to help him win friends. When Wilbur balks at buying a new car for Carol, she hitches up a buggy to Mister Ed.

Ed then reports her to the SPCA. She sees Ed laying on the floor and refusing to eat. She says she will be back with a warrant to take Ed away. To make things OK, when she comes back, Ed is on his feet and friendly to Carol.

Wilbur does buy Carol a car. Roger convinces Wilbur to grow a mustache to look older in order to land a promising architect position he wants.

Carol insists that he shave it off, because Wilbur is starting to act like Roger. Meanwhile, Ed wants Wilbur to install a shower in the barn.

Wilbur tells Ed that he will get a shower when Wilbur shaves off his mustache. To keep the peace with Carol, Wilbur shaves, but he has to make Ed think he still has it.

To Carol's shock, Wilbur whispers the name of another woman in his sleep. After being mad and upset, she is relieved to learn that the name he mentioned was a female horse that Ed wanted him to buy for the barn.

Tom Fadden appears as Charley Woods, the owner of the female horse. Wilbur buys a pair of pearl earrings as a surprise for Carol on her birthday, but a home burglar has other plans for them.

Ed is lonely, so he makes up all these stories to keep Wilbur in the barn. Because of that, Wilbur is reluctant to believe Ed when he sees the burglar in the house.

Ed manages to foil the burglary. Rolfe Sedan appears as Pierre, the Jeweler. Anthony Warde appears as the policeman. Ed makes Wilbur lose so the prize can go to an elderly couple.

Lyle Talbot appears as the man running the contest. The friendly but troublesome lodge owner Bill Parker guest star William Bendix cons Wilbur into helping him cut down a tree to help build furniture for a summer camp the lodge is planning to hold for the summer.

The pine tree sits on the property of a stuffy businessman Will Wright. Complications set in, leading to misunderstandings and a guilt-ridden Bill trying to cover it up.

Nancy Kulp appears as Martha, Bill's assistant at the lodge. Coleen Gray appears as Ann, Bill's niece. Ed convinces Wilbur to give him to the builder in order to be closer to her.

Once with Mr. Gilbert, Ed learns that the filly is being sold to someone in South America. Ed comes back to Wilbur and Mr. Gilbert is OK with that.

Ed's having paternal feelings, so he talks Wilbur into adopting a little pony as a son for him. But, after Snuffy the pony eats up all of Roger's prize apples, Wilbur says he has to go back.

Ogilvie Jack Mather from the stable comes to pick Snuffy up. He informs Wilbur that Snuffy is actually a Shetland pony that is 23 years old.

In order to appease Mr. Mencken Francis De Sales , a potential new client, Wilbur takes an office downtown. Ed now feels unwanted and attempts to become the first horse astronaut into space.

Ed goes to the space center and passes the intelligence test. The day of the flight, Wilbur rushes to the space center, but the rocket is just taking off.

Ed shows up and tells Wilbur they picked another horse at the last minute because Ed was too heavy. Hazel Shermet appears as Miss Culbertson, Wilbur's secretary at the new office.

Carol wants Ed to be the model for an historic statue. But, through Roger's trickery, Ed believes that he has a shameful heritage, so he runs away from home.

Carol wants to redecorate the house in Hawaiian Modern motif, but Ed insists that his barn gets a makeover also. Wilbur does not want to do either as it will cost too much.

This could be big trouble for Wilbur if Carol sees it. Hayden Rorke guest stars as Mr. Cavell, the decorator. Ed manages to talk Karl's horse into not jumping.

Donna Douglas appears as Karl's wife. Carol and Wilbur convert the barn into a temporary polling precinct, so Ed wants to vote, too. Roger believes he might be perfect for a future run for office.

Thomas Browne Henry appears as Mr. Sawyer from the County Registrars Office. Charles Meredith appears as The Mayor. The wives horn in on Wilbur and Roger's duck hunting trip.

Ed doesn't want to go along because his horoscope says if he goes something bad will happen. The wives bring all the comforts of home even though the boys wanted to rough it.

Ed pretends to be shot, hoping Wilbur will take him home. He wants it to be a blues number, so Wilbur does his best to get Ed in a depressed mood.

But, it isn't until Ed's girlfriend Sabrina dumps him for another horse, that he feels he can write the blues. The song is called "The Empty Feedbag Blues".

Ed saves the life of a little girl named Betsy Shari Lee Bernath who was on a runaway horse. Her millionare grandfather Henry J. Thorndyke wants to put Ed in a parade for all the children of the island.

Ed refuses to get on a boat, because of his fear of water. When Roger and Wilbur rent another horse to take instead, Ed changes his mind about the trip.

Eddie Quillan appears as a photographer who has come to take Ed's picture for the papers. Carol's constant chattering has rung up a huge phone bill, so she takes a job as a dance instructor to help cover the charges.

Ed gets in on the act by taking a job selling real estate over the telephone so he can by a color TV that Wilbur won't buy for him.

Carol finds that being a dance instructor is much more tiring than she thought, but she can't let Wilbur know. In the end, Wilbur asks Carol to quit her job.

Wilbur promises a magician Henry Corden that he will take care of his elephant for a few days, and Ed's not too thrilled with the idea.

Meanwhile, Kay brings home one wrong dog too many, so Roger moves into a motel. Carol and Kay want to take up ballet. The problem is that, instead of training, all Tiger winds up doing is eating.

To help him lose weight, the girls get him to do ballet with them and he's better at that than wrestling. Ed feels sick with a cold so he wants Wilbur to nurse him and orders a bed for the barn while he recovers.

Carol is upset with Wilbur because he pampers Ed more than her. Ed pesters Wilbur to have a will drawn up after he reads of a cat inheriting a large sum from her deceased owner.

Carol worries about Wilbur's health when she accidentally learns of the will. Roger gets a Dr. Reynolds to pretend to be a golf pro and try to give Wilbur a partial exam while giving him a golf lesson.

Raymond Bailey appears as a lawyer. A noisy new neighbor turns out to be Zsa Zsa Gabor. Ed helps her overcome her fear of horses and she would like to take Ed to Australia to make the film.

Ed doesn't want Wilbur to lose out on the money, so he tells him he wants to go. When Zsa Zsa realizes how much Wilbur will miss Ed, she says she can use another horse.

Ed comes to the rescue of Lady Linda, a race horse purchased by Addison who is lovesick and will not run. He then finds himself in over his head when the horse sets her eyes on him.

Hank Patterson appears as Dr. Evans the Veterinarian. It's Roger's birthday, and the Post's give him a fish pond. Roger accuses Ed of first, eating the apples off his tree and then eating the fish from his pond.

Ed gives his word of honor he didn't eat the fish. Wilbur doesn't believe Ed. Roger finds out it was cats that ate his fish, so he goes and apologizes to Wilbur.

Wilbur in turn, must apologize to Ed. Wilber enters into a televised debate against a respected member of the community named Harvey Ainsworth Neil Hamilton , who wants to ban horses from the neighborhood.

Ainsworth changes his mind about the petition when Ed finds a lost Boy Scout Teddy Eccles that Anisworth was in charge of. Roger wants to get out of having to take a trip to San Francisco with Kay and The Posts, so he tricks Wilbur into believing that Mister Ed is suddenly going bald, which in turn makes Ed a nervous wreck.

Percy Helton appears as Dr. Evans the veterinarian. Kay inherits property in New York, so Roger enters into an agreement to sell their California home and move.

They also have an incorrigible child, so Ed decides he would rather take Addison over them. When Roger changes his mind about the move, Wilbur schemes to get rid of the couple.

Mister Ed is suffering from feelings of rejection, so he moves to the beach to live with a group of outcast beatniks. Roger owns the beach property, and he wants to evict the whole lot of them.

Roger brings home an inventor-friend's homemade lie detector, and he hooks it up to Wilbur, who later hooks it up to Ed and the truth brings unwanted problems for all.

Clint Eastwood moves into the neighborhood with a horse that steals all of Ed's fillies. Ed sets up a party line with Clint's house, which causes nothing but problems for Mr.

Meanwhile, the wives volunteer Wilbur and Roger to put on a play for charity, which Clint helps with.

Kathleen Freeman appears as Clint's maid. Donna Douglas appears as Clint's girlfriend. Note: Back-door pilot for proposed television series.

Ed gets accidentally hit in the head with a bucket of carrots and he cannot remember Wilbur or who he is. Wilbur pretends to have amnesia in hopes the Doctor will tell him how to get cured and then apply that to Ed.

Richard Deacon appears as Dr. Baker the veterinarian. Lindsay Workman appears as Dr. Mister Ed's telephone complaint in Wilbur's name gets the neighborhood newspaper boy Joey Kevin Brodie fired.

Wilbur and Addison each suspect each other of being the one who did it. So Wilbur and Ed must now go to great lengths to get the kid's job back for him.

Jerry Hausner appears as Mr. Hunt, the man who fires Joey. After seeing all the tricks that Ed can do, Margie becomes depressed. Ed, wanting to help Margie regain her confidence, botches his big TV debut.

Chick Chandler appears as Mr. Hodges, Margie's trainer. Note: One of the few very rare episodes in which Mr. Ed intentionally speaks either directly or indirectly to someone other than Wilbur.

Wilbur has promised to take Ed camping, but the visit of Addison's mother-in-law Isabel Randolph spoils that from happening. When Roger discovers she's allergic to horse hair, he hopes keeping Ed around will force her to leave.

Ed finds out about Roger's plan and does what he can to spoil it. In doing so, Ed actually brings Roger and Kay's mother together.

Lewis Martin appears as a doctor. Note continuity goof : In the scene where the editor, Mr. Boyd Neil Hamilton , phones Wilbur to ask him to write a book, he never identifies himself.

Seconds later, Wilbur is referring to the editor as 'Mr. Boyd' by name. Wilbur turns down a high-paying job offer from a Mr. Foster Charles Lane , because he wanted Wilbur to work night and day and weekends.

Meanwhile, Ed wants Wilbur to take him kite flying. When Ed loses his kite, Wilbur winds up in a lion cage while trying to retrieve it. Ed tells Wilbur to throw him a birthday party and invite his horse friends at the same time Carol is planning a girls luncheon.

Through some deception, Ed manages to get the luncheon moved. Wilbur throws Ed his party. When the women find out they've been deceived, Wilbur has some explaining to do.

Ed tells how a horse gets the real credit for the first Thanksgiving, in the hopes that Wilbur will include Ed in a family Thanksgiving.

Grandon Rhodes and Frankie Darro appear as Pilgrims. Carol tricks Wilbur into performing his magic act at the community theatre variety show, after Wilbur and Roger agreed not to perform.

Wilbur needs a great trick, so he creates a disappearing horse trick, but things don't quite work out well. Addison, being the Chairman and a distant relative from Paul Revere, hires a talented but egotistical sculptor named Igor Korzak Hans Conreid to create a statue of Paul Revere for the town park.

Roger wants to be the model, but Igor wants Wilbur and he really wants Ed for the horse. Wilbur tells Igor that he can only have Ed if he uses Roger.

When unveiled, the statue is an abstract and a shock when everyone sees it. Ed keeps whistling at the woman's horse and Betty thinks it's Wilbur that's doing it.

Wilbur must convince Carol, and Betty's husband Paul Langton , he is not a masher. Ed helps by phoning Betty while the Posts are at the Gordon's house.

Roger leases some of his land to the Armstrong Hugh Sanders circus, hoping to make a lot of money.

He managed to get single-sponsor identification for the program on over stations. The show was recast with Alan Young in the lead. Production began in November , although Lubin did not direct early episodes because he was working in Europe on a film.

The first 26 episodes were received well enough for the show to be picked up by CBS. The show in effect had two leads operating as a comedy team.

The title role of Mister Ed, a talking palomino , was played by gelding Bamboo Harvester and voiced by former Western film actor Allan Lane.

The role of Ed's owner, a genial but somewhat klutzy architect named Wilbur Post, was played by Alan Young. A running gag is other characters hearing Wilbur talking to Ed and asking to whom he is talking.

Another running gag centers on Wilbur being accident-prone and inadvertently causing harm to himself and others. According to Lubin, Young was chosen for the lead role because he "just seemed like the sort of guy a horse would talk to".

The other main character throughout the series is Wilbur's generally tolerant young wife, Carol Connie Hines.

The Posts also have two sets of neighbors, to whom Ed delights in making Wilbur appear as eccentric as possible.

They included the Addisons, Roger Larry Keating and his wife Kay Edna Skinner , who both appeared from the pilot episode until Keating's death in ; thereafter, Skinner continued appearing as Kay, without mention of Roger's absence, until the neighbors were recast.

During this period, Kay's brother Paul Fenton Jack Albertson , who had made occasional appearances before, appears.

Following the Addisons, the Posts' new neighbors were Col. They appeared on the series from to Higgins Barry Kelley , who appeared occasionally throughout the entire series, apparently moved in with Wilbur and Carol during the final episodes.

Wilbur and his father-in-law did not get along at all because Mr. Higgins loathed Wilbur, whose quirky eccentricity and klutzy, half-hearted attempts to be friendly always clashed with Mr.

Higgins's emotionless and uptight personality. Carol's father never stopped trying to persuade her to divorce Wilbur, whom he often and openly referred to as a "kook" because of Wilbur's clumsiness.

Alan Young performed double duty during the final season of the series, also directing nearly all episodes. Mister Ed's ability to talk was never explained and rarely contemplated on the show.

In the first episode, when Wilbur expresses an inability to understand the situation, Mister Ed offers the show's only remark on the subject: "Don't try.

It's bigger than both of us! The original, unaired pilot for the series was titled "Wilbur Pope and Mister Ed" and featured an unrelated instrumental big-band theme with footage of Studebaker Hawk automobiles being driven underneath the opening credits.

This pilot, which used a script that was nearly identical to that which would be used on the series premiere, used a totally different cast.

Scott McKay played the title part of Wilbur Pope surname later changed to "Post" prior to the series making it to air and Sandra White played the role of Wilbur's wife.

The first horse that played Mister Ed for the first, unaired pilot episode was a chestnut gelding. Mister Ed' s producers left the talents that performed the title role uncredited.

The show's credits listed Mister Ed as being played only by "Himself". Sheldon Allman provided Ed's singing voice in episodes; his solo line "I am Mister Ed" at the close of the show's theme song was provided by its composer, Jay Livingston.

Allan Lane was alluded to by the producers only as "an actor who prefers to remain nameless. The horse Bamboo Harvester portrayed Ed throughout the run.

Ed's stablemate, a quarterhorse named Pumpkin, also served as Bamboo Harvester's stunt double for the show.

This horse later appeared again in the television series Green Acres. Bamboo Harvester's trainer was Les Hilton. To create the impression that Ed was having a conversation, Hilton initially used a thread technique he had employed for Lubin's earlier Mule films; in time, though, this became unnecessary.

As actor Alan Young recounted: "It was initially done by putting a piece of nylon thread in his mouth. But Ed actually learned to move his lips on cue when the trainer touched his hoof.

In fact, he soon learned to do it when I stopped talking during a scene! Ed was very smart. Reports circulated during and after the show's run that the talking effect was achieved by crew members applying peanut butter to the horse's gums.

Alan Young said in later interviews that he invented the story. Young added that Bamboo Harvester saw trainer Les Hilton as the disciplinarian father figure.

When scolded by Hilton for missing a cue, the horse would move to Young for comfort, treating the actor as a mother figure. Hilton told Young this was a positive development.

There are conflicting stories involving of the death of Bamboo Harvester, the horse that played Mister Ed. Alan Young said that he had frequently visited Harvester in retirement.

He states that the horse died inadvertently from a tranquilizer, administered while he was in a stable on Sparks Street in Burbank, California , where he lived with his trainer Lester Hilton.

Ed helps her overcome her fear of horses and she would like to take Ed to Australia to make the film. Ed doesn't want Wilbur to lose out on the money, so he tells him he wants to go.

When Zsa Zsa realizes how much Wilbur will miss Ed, she says she can use another horse. Ed comes to the rescue of Lady Linda, a race horse purchased by Addison who is lovesick and will not run.

He then finds himself in over his head when the horse sets her eyes on him. Hank Patterson appears as Dr. Evans the Veterinarian. It's Roger's birthday, and the Post's give him a fish pond.

Roger accuses Ed of first, eating the apples off his tree and then eating the fish from his pond. Ed gives his word of honor he didn't eat the fish.

Wilbur doesn't believe Ed. Roger finds out it was cats that ate his fish, so he goes and apologizes to Wilbur.

Wilbur in turn, must apologize to Ed. Wilber enters into a televised debate against a respected member of the community named Harvey Ainsworth Neil Hamilton , who wants to ban horses from the neighborhood.

Ainsworth changes his mind about the petition when Ed finds a lost Boy Scout Teddy Eccles that Anisworth was in charge of. Roger wants to get out of having to take a trip to San Francisco with Kay and The Posts, so he tricks Wilbur into believing that Mister Ed is suddenly going bald, which in turn makes Ed a nervous wreck.

Percy Helton appears as Dr. Evans the veterinarian. Kay inherits property in New York, so Roger enters into an agreement to sell their California home and move.

They also have an incorrigible child, so Ed decides he would rather take Addison over them. When Roger changes his mind about the move, Wilbur schemes to get rid of the couple.

Mister Ed is suffering from feelings of rejection, so he moves to the beach to live with a group of outcast beatniks.

Roger owns the beach property, and he wants to evict the whole lot of them. Roger brings home an inventor-friend's homemade lie detector, and he hooks it up to Wilbur, who later hooks it up to Ed and the truth brings unwanted problems for all.

Clint Eastwood moves into the neighborhood with a horse that steals all of Ed's fillies. Ed sets up a party line with Clint's house, which causes nothing but problems for Mr.

Meanwhile, the wives volunteer Wilbur and Roger to put on a play for charity, which Clint helps with. Kathleen Freeman appears as Clint's maid.

Donna Douglas appears as Clint's girlfriend. Note: Back-door pilot for proposed television series. Ed gets accidentally hit in the head with a bucket of carrots and he cannot remember Wilbur or who he is.

Wilbur pretends to have amnesia in hopes the Doctor will tell him how to get cured and then apply that to Ed. Richard Deacon appears as Dr.

Baker the veterinarian. Lindsay Workman appears as Dr. Mister Ed's telephone complaint in Wilbur's name gets the neighborhood newspaper boy Joey Kevin Brodie fired.

Wilbur and Addison each suspect each other of being the one who did it. So Wilbur and Ed must now go to great lengths to get the kid's job back for him.

Jerry Hausner appears as Mr. Hunt, the man who fires Joey. After seeing all the tricks that Ed can do, Margie becomes depressed.

Ed, wanting to help Margie regain her confidence, botches his big TV debut. Chick Chandler appears as Mr. Hodges, Margie's trainer. Note: One of the few very rare episodes in which Mr.

Ed intentionally speaks either directly or indirectly to someone other than Wilbur. Wilbur has promised to take Ed camping, but the visit of Addison's mother-in-law Isabel Randolph spoils that from happening.

When Roger discovers she's allergic to horse hair, he hopes keeping Ed around will force her to leave. Ed finds out about Roger's plan and does what he can to spoil it.

In doing so, Ed actually brings Roger and Kay's mother together. Lewis Martin appears as a doctor. Note continuity goof : In the scene where the editor, Mr.

Boyd Neil Hamilton , phones Wilbur to ask him to write a book, he never identifies himself. Seconds later, Wilbur is referring to the editor as 'Mr.

Boyd' by name. Wilbur turns down a high-paying job offer from a Mr. Foster Charles Lane , because he wanted Wilbur to work night and day and weekends.

Meanwhile, Ed wants Wilbur to take him kite flying. When Ed loses his kite, Wilbur winds up in a lion cage while trying to retrieve it.

Ed tells Wilbur to throw him a birthday party and invite his horse friends at the same time Carol is planning a girls luncheon.

Through some deception, Ed manages to get the luncheon moved. Wilbur throws Ed his party. When the women find out they've been deceived, Wilbur has some explaining to do.

Ed tells how a horse gets the real credit for the first Thanksgiving, in the hopes that Wilbur will include Ed in a family Thanksgiving. Grandon Rhodes and Frankie Darro appear as Pilgrims.

Carol tricks Wilbur into performing his magic act at the community theatre variety show, after Wilbur and Roger agreed not to perform.

Wilbur needs a great trick, so he creates a disappearing horse trick, but things don't quite work out well. Addison, being the Chairman and a distant relative from Paul Revere, hires a talented but egotistical sculptor named Igor Korzak Hans Conreid to create a statue of Paul Revere for the town park.

Roger wants to be the model, but Igor wants Wilbur and he really wants Ed for the horse. Wilbur tells Igor that he can only have Ed if he uses Roger.

When unveiled, the statue is an abstract and a shock when everyone sees it. Ed keeps whistling at the woman's horse and Betty thinks it's Wilbur that's doing it.

Wilbur must convince Carol, and Betty's husband Paul Langton , he is not a masher. Ed helps by phoning Betty while the Posts are at the Gordon's house.

Roger leases some of his land to the Armstrong Hugh Sanders circus, hoping to make a lot of money. Ed sneaks out to see the circus and decides he wants to join.

Ed volunteers to fill in for a circus horse that jumps through fire. Ed changes his mind when Wilbur says he will get another horse if Ed leaves.

Ed refuses to apologize to Wilbur for causing him to get a ticket at the park, so Wilbur starts riding a bicycle to get even. Ed retaliates against Wilbur for riding a bike instead of him and flattens the bike tires so Wilbur is caught walking home in the rain.

Wilbur constructs a rocking chair out of Ed's old shoes because he doesn't want to throw them out. After realizing how uncomfortable the chair is, Wilbur puts an ad in the paper to sell it.

The Posts, Addisons, and Ed all go to a ski lodge. During the trip the gambling addicted Addison falls victim and loses a lot of money to two card sharks.

That is until Wilbur decides use Ed to try to help Addison out. Benny Rubin appears as the lodge desk clerk. Note : The social security number Ed gets actually belonged to the show's writer, Louis "Lou" Derman.

Wilbur and Ed help redeem a racetrack worker, Mr. McGivney Chick Chandler from horse doping charges by talking to the horse to find the real culprit Anthony Warde.

When the culprit shows up to drug Lady Sue, he catches Wilbur in the stall and holds him at gunpoint with the belief he had been following his trail.

Ed comes to Wilbur's rescue by having the guard Richard Reeves overhear the ongoing conversation between the two men that leads to the doper's arrest.

Ben Starr and Robert O'Brien. Carol and Kay try to persuade their husbands to join a hunt club to emulate the First Lady.

Wilbur agrees to join, but Ed won't let Wilbur ride him in the hunt. Carol and Kay want to go to the movies, but Ed wants to go for a midnight ride.

Ed hypnotizes Wilbur so he can't go to the movies. The wives feel that their husbands are taking them for granted, so they both get jobs.

This leaves Wilbur and Roger at home to fend for themselves. Ed has an uncontrollable urge for Addison's apples and constantly takes them from Addison's apple tree.

Addison gets very angry at Ed and threatens Wilbur to stop Ed, or there will be legal trouble. Wilbur takes Ed to a animal psychiatrist Richard Deacon to cure his "apple-holic" problem.

To return the favor, Roger wants to dress up Ed in a suit, so he can shoot a photo of him to enter in a photography contest.

Ed does not want to participate, but Wilbur makes him take the pictures anyway. Feeling that the contest is undignified, Ed runs away to a zoo as a zebra.

The Posts buy Kay a cockatoo for her birthday. Ed gets it into his head to liberate the bird and it promptly begins to terrorize Roger.

After Wilbur captures the bird and returns it to the bird farm, Ed decides to free the entire shelter in the style of Abe Lincoln. Ed brings all the birds to Roger's house and when Roger comes home, he believes he is seeing things.

Addison's TV set stops working and Wilbur lends him his from the barn. Ed gets upset because he won't be able to watch his favorite doctor shows and there is a dream sequence where Dr.

Ed refuses to operate on Addison. Joy hits Ed when he learns that he is about to become an Uncle. When he hears of this news, he goes straight to the typewriter and starts to list a bunch of names suitable to fit the little guy.

Chaos ensues when Roger Addison finds the list and mistakenly assumes that Carol is pregnant, and soon Wilbur thinks vice versa of Addison's wife Kay.

Richard Deacon appears as the veterinarian. Notes : Series regular Larry Keating Roger Addison died of leukemia on August 26, , during production of this episode.

The character of Kay Addison continued for several episodes but was eventually phased out. In TV Guide ranked this episode No. Addison wants Wilbur to come up with a design for a building that he wants to build, but he can't agree to a fee for Wilbur.

Ed let's Wilbur interview him to come up with ideas for a horse book. Because Wilbur is spending so much time on his book, Roger insists he work from Roger's den.

Ed keeps pestering Wilbur and gets Wilbur in trouble again with Roger. Wilbur finally says he's an architect and not a book writer and finishes Roger's design.

Wilbur has been chosen by the Mayor's office as the architect to create, plan, and construct the American History Museum.

Of course, Mister Ed feels that the plan should include a statue of a horse in front of the museum. Ed goes on to tell Wilbur how a horse actually discovered America.

Wilbur and Ed come across several hobos while in the park, with Ed deciding to invite them to have dinner while Carol's father Barry Kelley is visiting.

Kay E. Scannell play the hobos. Ed resents Wilbur and Kay's brother Paul Jack Albertson dressing as a two-man horse for a costume party, so Ed says that Wilbur can't ride him.

Wilbur decides he will show Ed by renting a horse to ride. Ed finds out and gets all the horses in the area to go on strike. When Ed sees how much the neighborhood kids like Wilbur and Paul's act, he changes his mind.

Butch Patrick appears as neighbor boy Tommy. Ed has adopted a wild goat kid and decides to give it to Wilbur as a birthday present.

The goat makes a pest of himself by eating Wilbur's latest house designs for a Mr. Benson Robert Carson. When Wilbur threatens to send the goat to an animal shelter, Ed says he will go as well.

After a day, Wilbur feels bad and brings the two of them home. Wilbur finds the goat a job in the circus. The Kiddie Zoo is losing public support, and Ed wants Wilbur to do something about it.

Wilbur is hired by fashion editor Karen Dooley Spring Byington to design her beach house. Carol asks Miss Dooley to host a fashion show that will be on TV.

Ed gets a bunch of the zoo animals to carry signs asking for help during the show. The Kirkwoods will remain the Posts' neighbors to the end of season 5.

Kirkwood officially buys the house next door, which causes Wilbur to go back to his old behavior of when Kirkwood commanded Post in the Air Force.

This causes Wilbur to become overly helpful and just a pain in Gordon's neck. Ed is feeling mighty lonely with no one around to keep him company.

Ed wants Wilbur to buy gifts for his horse friends. When Wilbur refuses, Ed tells him the story of how a horse was responsible for getting Santa Claus started in the gift-giving business.

Ed goes ahead and buys the gifts for his horse friends. When the girls find out about all the gifts in the barn, the boys have to go out and buy them something better.

Gage Clarke appears as a jewelry salesman. Ed pretends to have the mumps in order to compete for attention with a neighbors' baby who is attracting the attention of the Posts and Kirkwoods.

Ed is complaining about a toothache. Wilbur tries to fix it by hiring the vet Thomas Browne Henry to come and take a look at Ed.

When Ed sees the needle from the shot he is about to get, Ed disappears from the scene. Wilbur then takes Ed to a Dentist George N. Meanwhile, Gordon may go crazy trying to prove that Wilbur is insane.

Irwin Charone appears as a Army psychiatrist. Note: Harry Blackstone Sr. Ed is frustrated when Wilbur hires Japanese exchange student Ako Tenaka Miyoshi Umeki as his secretary, as her constant presence prevents Ed from talking with Wilbur.

Ed threatens to go to Pakistan to join the Peace Corps. Winnie is jealous because Ako is helping Gordon with his gardening.

Carol's jealousy results in Ako's quitting. When one of the neighbors installs a backyard swimming pool, Carol wants one, too, and Wilbur agrees to her demand, over Ed's objection.

After a fight with Wilbur, Ed runs away for open spaces and ends up in the desert but Wilbur finds him. Chick Chandler appears as a pool installer.

Butch Patrick appears as a boy that Ed actually talks to. After Ed is constantly called a jackass he begins to think he might be one. Ed insists that Wilbur take him to the vet to make sure that he is still a horse.

All this running around is delaying a trip that the Posts and the Kirkwoods were going to take. George O.

Petrie appears as the vet. Carol and Winnie go to Gypsy, where Winnie's palm is read. It says that Gordon treats her like a door mat. Ed wants Wilbur to take him to the Gypsy to get his hoof read.

That way, he can find out if he will get together with a spirited filly whom he is in love with. Wilbur dresses up as the Gypsy to try and fool Ed, but it doesn't work.

When he takes Ed to the Gypsy , she says the filly will treat him like a door mat. Belle Mitchell appears as the Gypsy.

Ed becomes friends with Sam, an old swayback horse, whom everyone ridicules, and convinces Wilbur to let the horse stay with them. Meanwhile, Wilbur and Gordon have a fight when Wilbur accidentally brakes Gordon's model airplane.

After Sam goes back to the circus, Ed brings home Harry the camel. Ed overhears Mae West in a rare TV appearance commissioning Wilbur on creating deluxe stables for her horses.

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