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Gordon Kirkwood (Character)
from "Mister Ed" (1958)

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Mister Ed: Season 2: Episode 26 -- Ed plays Cupid for the new neighbors' teenage daughter.

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  1. "Mister Ed"
        - My Horse, the Ranger (1965) TV episode, Played by Leon Ames
        - Jon Provost Meets Mister Ed (1965) TV episode, Played by Leon Ames
        - Ed the Artist (1965) TV episode, Played by Leon Ames
        - Robin Hood Ed (1965) TV episode, Played by Leon Ames
        - Whiskers and Tails (1965) TV episode, Played by Leon Ames
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From "Mister Ed: Ed the Pilot (#5.6)" (1965)
Wilbur Post: Gordon, why are we fighting? This whole thing as been a misunderstanding.
Gordon Kirkwood: Well, you still haven't told me what happened at that examination as to why you were declared mentaly incopetent.
Wilbur Post: All right... I'll level with you. I had some old wigs and prop hats left over from a masqurade party. What happened was Ed somehow put them on...
Gordon Kirkwood: [interupting] I knew it! That horse again. Wilbur, if I told you this I've told you a hundred times, that horse of yours is a trouble maker! He has caused you and all of us enough trouble around here. I'm warning you... sell that old plug or forget me as a friend!
Wilbur Post: Gordon, please! Don't ask me to sell Ed. Would I ask you to get rid of Winnie?
Gordon Kirkwood: [behildered] Huh?
Carol Post: What Wilbur is trying to say is that his horse is just as important as his wife.
[to Wilbur]
Carol Post: Is that what you're trying to say?
Wilbur Post: Yes. I mean... no! I... uh...
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