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"Mister Ed" (1958) More at IMDbPro »TV series 1958-1966

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Mister Ed -- Ed protests when the Posts and Addisons go hunting.
Mister Ed: Season 2: Episode 26 -- Ed plays Cupid for the new neighbors' teenage daughter.
Mister Ed: Season 2: Episode 25 -- A party line allows Ed to romance Clint Eastwood's horse.
Mister Ed: Season 2: Episode 24 -- Roger's new polygraph causes problems all around.
Mister Ed: Season 2: Episode 23 -- Beatniks invade the Addisons' beachfront property.

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Seasons:
1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | unknown
Release Date:
4 January 1961 (USA) See more »
Genre:
Plot:
Mister Ed is a horse who is owned by Wilbur Post. Mister Ed is not just any horse, he talks to Wilbur... See more »
Awards:
Won Golden Globe. Another 3 wins See more »
User Reviews:
silly, but harmless See more (29 total) »

Cast

 (Series Cast Summary - 6 of 93)
Mister Ed ... Himself (145 episodes, 1958-1966)
Allan Lane ... Mister Ed (145 episodes, 1958-1966)

Alan Young ... Wilbur Post / ... (144 episodes, 1961-1966)

Connie Hines ... Carol Post (144 episodes, 1961-1966)
Edna Skinner ... Kay Addison (86 episodes, 1961-1964)

Larry Keating ... Roger Addison (81 episodes, 1961-1963)
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Series Directed by
Arthur Lubin (131 episodes, 1958-1966)
Ira Stewart (6 episodes, 1962-1965)
Alan Young (4 episodes, 1965)
Jus Addiss (2 episodes, 1961-1963)
Rod Amateau (2 episodes, 1961)
 
Series Writing credits
Lou Derman (129 episodes, 1961-1966)
Larry Rhine (52 episodes, 1962-1966)
Ben Starr (40 episodes, 1961-1963)
Robert O'Brien (33 episodes, 1958-1963)
Bill Davenport (12 episodes, 1961-1964)
William Crewson (11 episodes, 1961-1962)
Stanley Adams (7 episodes, 1961-1964)
Walter Brooks (3 episodes, 1958-1962)
Irving Elinson (2 episodes, 1958-1961)
Phil Shuken (2 episodes, 1958-1961)
William Burns (2 episodes, 1961-1964)
Sonia Chernus (2 episodes, 1961-1962)

Series Produced by
Arthur Lubin .... producer (145 episodes, 1958-1966)
Herbert W. Browar .... associate producer (144 episodes, 1961-1966)
Al Simon .... executive producer (144 episodes, 1961-1966)
 
Series Original Music by
Dave Kahn (71 episodes, 1962-1965)
Raoul Kraushaar (24 episodes, 1961)

Jack Cookerly (unknown episodes)
 
Series Cinematography by
Archie R. Dalzell (118 episodes, 1958-1966)
Maury Gertsman (26 episodes, 1961)
 
Series Film Editing by
Douglas Hines (73 episodes, 1961-1965)
Henry DeMond (61 episodes, 1961-1964)
Joseph Harrison (17 episodes, 1963-1965)
Gerald Shepard (14 episodes, 1964-1966)
 
Series Casting by
Kerwin Coughlin (141 episodes, 1961-1966)
 
Series Art Direction by
Archie J. Bacon (62 episodes, 1961-1964)
Edward L. Ilou (39 episodes, 1964-1966)
Howard Campbell (26 episodes, 1962-1963)
Stan Jolley (16 episodes, 1963-1964)
 
Series Set Decoration by
Ruby R. Levitt (93 episodes, 1961-1966)
Armor E. Goetten (26 episodes, 1962-1963)
Charles Vassar (24 episodes, 1961-1962)
 
Series Makeup Department
Esperanza Corona .... hair stylist (143 episodes, 1961-1966)
Jack P. Pierce .... makeup artist (104 episodes, 1961-1964)
Norman Pringle .... makeup artist (39 episodes, 1964-1966)
 
Series Production Management
Robert Freedman .... post-production supervisor (13 episodes, 1965-1966)
 
Series Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Ira Stewart .... assistant director (70 episodes, 1958-1965)
Frank Mayer .... assistant director (52 episodes, 1961-1962)
Ben Chapman .... assistant director (12 episodes, 1962-1963)
Joe Nayfack .... assistant director (7 episodes, 1965-1966)
Mark Evans .... assistant director (2 episodes, 1963-1964)
 
Series Art Department
Joe Sullivan .... property master (78 episodes, 1961-1963)
Allan Seiger .... property master (65 episodes, 1963-1966)
 
Series Sound Department
Earl E. Spicer .... sound mixer / recorder (143 episodes, 1961-1966)
George J. Eppich .... sound editor / sound effects editor (87 episodes, 1962-1966)
Don J. Bassman .... recorder (78 episodes, 1962-1965)
Karl Zint .... sound mixer (47 episodes, 1961-1962)
Al Boyle .... boom operator (13 episodes, 1965-1966)
Ray Regula .... recorder (13 episodes, 1965-1966)
Lloyd D. Wiler .... sound mixer (5 episodes, 1961)
 
Series Special Effects by
Larry Chapman .... special effects (52 episodes, 1963-1965)
Robert Cole .... special effects (13 episodes, 1965-1966)

Anthony Magro .... special effects (unknown episodes)
 
Series Camera and Electrical Department
Harry Hopkins .... chief electrician (117 episodes, 1961-1966)
James Lloyd .... key grip (78 episodes, 1961-1964)
Roy Kight .... key grip (39 episodes, 1964-1966)
Thomas Matheus .... key grip (26 episodes, 1962-1963)
James Punter .... chief electrician (25 episodes, 1961)
 
Series Costume and Wardrobe Department
Myrtle Logan .... costumer / costume supervisor / ... (144 episodes, 1958-1966)
 
Series Editorial Department
Robert Freedman .... editorial coordinator (130 episodes, 1961-1965)
 
Series Music Department
Marlin Skiles .... composer: additional music (23 episodes, 1961-1962)
Dave Kahn .... music score (14 episodes, 1965-1966)
Ray Evans .... composer: theme music (7 episodes, 1961-1965)
Jay Livingston .... composer: theme music (7 episodes, 1961-1965)
Raoul Kraushaar .... music supervisor (5 episodes, 1961)
Wally Green .... musical choreographer (2 episodes, 1963-1965)

Sheldon Allman .... singing voice (unknown episodes)
Allan Lane .... featured in title song (unknown episodes)
 
Series Other crew
Maggie Lawrence .... script supervisor (143 episodes, 1961-1966)
Ira Stewart .... assistant to producer (113 episodes, 1961-1965)
William Burns .... script consultant (107 episodes, 1961-1966)
Norman Paul .... script consultant (107 episodes, 1961-1966)
Richard Greer .... production coordinator (39 episodes, 1964-1966)
Sonia Chernus .... story consultant / format developer (11 episodes, 1961-1962)
 

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Runtime:
30 min (143 episodes)
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Aspect Ratio:
1.33 : 1 See more »
Sound Mix:
Mono (Westrex Recording System)
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Did You Know?

Trivia:
AP News item, 4/22/63: Television's talking horse Mister Ed and Walt Disney's canine film star Big Red won Patsy awards as top animal performers of 1962. The awards were presented Saturday by the American Humane Society.See more »
Quotes:
Wilbur Post:I've been meaning to ask you, Ed. Just how do horses sleep standing up?
Mister Ed:[Shocked] We Do?
Wilbur Post:Didn't you know?
Mister Ed:How can I? When I'm asleep my eyes are closed!
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Soundtrack:
Mr. EdSee more »

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12 out of 15 people found the following review useful.
silly, but harmless, 1 May 2005
Author: Lee Eisenberg (lee.eisenberg.pdx@gmail.com) from Portland, Oregon, USA

Wilbur Post (Alan Young) seems like an average person, with a wife named Carol (Connie Hines), a house, and a steady job as an architect, except for one thing: his horse.

As the theme song reminds us: "A horse is a horse, of course, of course..." But Ed is no ordinary equine. He talks, albeit only to his owner (Ed calls Wilbur "the only person worth talking to"). Not only does Ed talk, he causes all sorts of trouble, which always gets pinned on Wilbur. Whether eating Carol's tomatoes or pulling down neighbor Roger Addison's (Larry Keating) TV antenna, that palomino always has something up his sleeve, er...hoof. Oftentimes, Ed will do something around a stranger, causing a lot of confusion for the latter.

As for other aspects of the show, Wilbur somehow always has the worst luck, not even necessarily caused by Ed's tricks. Carol is truly one hot babe. Roger and Kay (Edna Skinner) can fluctuate between sour and good-neighborly. Overall, the show is pretty silly, but it's not doing any harm. I recommend it.

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