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Fred Ziffel (Character)
from "Green Acres" (1965)

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  1. "Green Acres"
        - Lisa the Psychologist (1971) TV episode, Played by Hank Patterson
        - The Hole in the Porch (1971) TV episode, Played by Hank Patterson
        - The Carpenter's Ball (1971) TV episode, Played by Hank Patterson
        - King Oliver I (1971) TV episode, Played by Hank Patterson
        - Son of Drobny (1971) TV episode, Played by Hank Patterson
          (76 more)

  2. "The Beverly Hillbillies"
    ... aka "Mornin' Beverly Hillbillies" - USA (daytime version title)
        - Drysdale and Friend (1969) TV episode, Played by Hank Patterson
  3. "Petticoat Junction"
        - Hooterville Valley Project (1966) TV episode, Played by Hank Patterson
        - Kate Sells the Hotel (1966) TV episode, Played by Hank Patterson
        - The Windfall (1966) TV episode, Played by Hank Patterson
        - The Chicken Killer (1965) TV episode, Played by Hank Patterson
        - Who's Afraid of the Big Bad Jinx? (1965) TV episode, Played by Hank Patterson
          (6 more)
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  1. "Green Acres"
        - The Day of Decision (1966) TV episode, Played by Hank Patterson

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Quotes:
From "Green Acres: The Great Mayoralty Campaign (#6.6)" (1970)
Eustace Charleton Haney: [on Lisa's sexiness] That's right. All your wife has to do to get the menfolk to vote for her is to campaign in one of them fluffy "negligees" of hers.
Hank Kimball: I got an idea. Why don't we put Mr. Douglas in a "negligee?"
Fred Ziffel: Ah, nawh. I've seen him in a "negligee." He don't do a thing to me.
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