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Wilbur Post (Character)
from "Mister Ed" (1958)

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Alternate Names:
Wilbur Pope


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  1. Mr. Ed (2004) (TV) Played by David Alan Basche (as Wilbur Pope)
  2. "God, the Devil and Bob"
        - God's Girlfriend (2001) TV episode, Played by Alan Young

  3. "Mister Ed"
        - Ed Goes to College (1966) TV episode, Played by Alan Young
        - Cherokee Ed (1966) TV episode, Played by Alan Young
        - Ed and the Motorcycle (1966) TV episode, Played by Alan Young
        - Ed the Bridegroom (1965) TV episode, Played by Alan Young
        - Don't Skin That Bear (1965) TV episode, Played by Alan Young
          (140 more)
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  1. "Quantum Leap"
        - Nuclear Family - October 26, 1962 (1991) TV episode, Played by Alan Young

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From "Mister Ed: What Kind of Foal Am I? (#5.8)" (1965)
Wilbur Post: Ed, if you're so obsessed with looking for your biological father, why not go visit your mother? Find out what happened to your father.
Mister Ed: No! You think I haven't done that before? Every time I bring up the subject, Mom starts balling her eyes out. Crying and unable to stop.
Wilbur Post: Your father walked out on her?
Mister Ed: I guess. All I know is that she got custody of me.
Wilbur Post: Yes, but when your mother was sold, I got custody of you, which makes me your father.
Mister Ed: No, no, no! I want my true, four-legged father!
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