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Season: 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | unknown
Year: 1961 | 1962 | 1963 | 1964 | 1965 | 1966 | 2009


Season 1


Season 1, Episode 0: The Wonderful World of Wilbur Pope

6 October 2009
The unaired pilot for Mister Ed. This one is almost identical to the first-aired episode "The First Meeting," the difference being a completely different cast, including Mr. Ed himself.
Scott McKay ... Wilbur Pope
Sandra White ... Carlotta Pope
Peggy Converse ... Mrs. Bagby

Ray Walker ... Mr. Bagby
Charles Watts
Mary Carroll ... Elsie
Sydney Chatton (as Sid Chatton)
Ruth Stillman
Jimmy Fields ... Larry Bagby

Mister Ed ... Himself

Allan Lane ... Mister Ed (voice) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 1: The First Meeting

4 January 1961
Wilbur Post and his wife, Carol, move into their first house. They find the previous tenant's horse abandoned in the backyard barn. Carol insists on selling the animal, but Wilbur wants to keep it. To his surprise, the horse agrees with him.

Alan Young ... Wilbur Post

Connie Hines ... Carol Post

Larry Keating ... Roger Addison
Howard Wendell ... Mr. Reeves
Jason Johnson ... Mr. Parker

Mister Ed ... Himself
Pumpkin the Horse ... Herself (uncredited)

Allan Lane ... Mister Ed (voice) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 2: The Ventriloquist

12 January 1961
The Post's neighbor, Roger, catches Mister Ed and Wilbur talking to each other.

Alan Young ... Wilbur Post

Connie Hines ... Carol Post

Larry Keating ... Roger Addison

Edna Skinner ... Kay Addison
Peter Leeds ... Hal Robbins

Mister Ed ... Himself
George Boyce ... Restaurant Patron (uncredited)
Herschel Graham ... Restaurant Patron (uncredited)
Sam Harris ... Restaurant Patron (uncredited)

Allan Lane ... Mister Ed (voice) (uncredited)

Harold Miller ... Restaurant Patron (uncredited)
Al Roberts ... Waiter (uncredited)

Cosmo Sardo ... Restaurant Patron (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 3: Busy Wife

19 January 1961
Wilbur gets help from Mister Ed to get more attention from Carol.

Season 1, Episode 4: Kiddy Park

26 January 1961
Ed feels neglected on his birthday because Wilbur is leaving him at a stable, while he goes on a 3-day fishing trip to Mexico. Ed decides to run away and join Kiddy Park, where he gives rides to children.

Alan Young ... Wilbur Post

Connie Hines ... Carol Post

Larry Keating ... Roger Addison

Edna Skinner ... Kay Addison

James Flavin ... Mr. Kramer
Richard Reeves ... Ticket Man
Dorothy Konrad ... First Mother
Karen Norris ... Second Mother
Bobby Buntrock ... Small Boy

Mister Ed ... Himself

Allan Lane ... Mister Ed (voice) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 5: Stable for Three

2 February 1961
Wilbur and his neighbor, Roger, are banished to the barn by their wives.

Season 1, Episode 6: Sorority House

9 February 1961
Mister Ed is stolen and hidden in a sorority house basement. It's Wilbur, dressed in drag, to the rescue.

Alan Young ... Wilbur Post

Connie Hines ... Carol Post

Larry Keating ... Roger Addison

Edna Skinner ... Kay Addison (voice)

Carol Byron ... Linda Rutledge

Jack Raine ... Professor Thornhill

Norma Varden ... Mrs. Davis
Alex Plasschaert ... Hank Oliver
Michael Monroe ... Willie McIntyre

Kip King ... Norman Howard
Steve Warren ... 'Moose' Jackson

Reva Rose ... Sandy Crane
Victoria James ... Ann Woods
Claudia Brack ... Gloria Weems

Mister Ed ... Himself

Allan Lane ... Mister Ed (voice) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 7: Pageant Show

23 February 1961
Mister Ed attempts to torpedo Wilbur's plans to have him march in the Pagent Parade.

Season 1, Episode 8: The Aunt

2 March 1961
Wilbur is all set to enjoy a week's vacation relaxing at home, but his plans are ruined when his overbearing Aunt Martha and her talking parrot unexpectedly drop by for a prolonged visit.

Season 1, Episode 9: The Missing Statue

9 March 1961
While Mister Ed phones in racing tips to Pimlico Race Course, the Posts and the Addisons play Find The Statue.

Alan Young ... Wilbur Post

Connie Hines ... Carol Post

Larry Keating ... Roger Addison

Edna Skinner ... Kay Addison
Gage Clarke ... Mr. Phillips (as Gage Clark)

Bill Erwin ... Mr. Wood (as William Erwin)
Al Checco ... Joe King

Mister Ed ... Himself

Allan Lane ... Mister Ed (voice) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 10: Ed the Lover

16 February 1961
Marital strife boils over in both the Post and Addison households, and Mister Ed goes to work as an extra in a western movie.

Alan Young ... Wilbur Post

Connie Hines ... Carol Post

Larry Keating ... Roger Addison

Edna Skinner ... Kay Addison

Les Tremayne ... Fred Briggs

Charles Tannen ... George

George Barrows ... Brannigan

Mister Ed ... Himself

Allan Lane ... Mister Ed (voice) (uncredited)

Ron Nyman ... Crew Member (uncredited)
Al Roberts ... Sheriff (uncredited)
Russ Thompson ... Crew Member (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 11: Ed the Witness

16 March 1961
Wilbur lands in a Mexican jail, and Mister Ed is the only crime witness that can help to set him free.

Alan Young ... Wilbur Post

Connie Hines ... Carol Post

Larry Keating ... Roger Addison

Edna Skinner ... Kay Addison
Natividad Vacío ... Arturo

Roberto Contreras ... Miguel
Vicente Padula ... Judge Hernandez (as Vincent Padula)

Nacho Galindo ... Pepe Garcia
Abel Franco ... Francisco Gomez

Mister Ed ... Himself

Allan Lane ... Mister Ed (voice) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 12: Ed the Songwriter

6 April 1961
Ed writes and sings a song that is destined to become a hit record. Of course, Wilbur must pretend that it's all him and not Ed.

Season 1, Episode 13: Ed's Mother

23 March 1961
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.

Alan Young ... Wilbur Post

Connie Hines ... Carol Post

Larry Keating ... Roger Addison

Edna Skinner ... Kay Addison
Henry Norell ... Dowd
Willis Robards ... First Man
George Boyce ... Second Man

Mister Ed ... Himself
Charles Cirillo ... Man at Auction (uncredited)
Sam Harris ... Man at Auction (uncredited)

Allan Lane ... Mister Ed (voice) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 14: Pine Lake Lodge

25 June 1961
Wilbur and Carol head out to Pine Lake Lodge for a little rest and relaxation, leaving Ed at home.

Alan Young ... Wilbur Post

Connie Hines ... Carol Post

Larry Keating ... Roger Addison (credit only)

William Bendix ... Bill Parker

Coleen Gray ... Ann

John Qualen ... Milo Simmons
John Bryant ... Jerry

Nancy Kulp ... Martha

Will Wright ... Mr. Thompson

Elvia Allman ... Ida Brenner
Marlene De Lamater ... Cindy

Marjorie Bennett ... Woman with Camera
Michael Monroe ... Young Husband
Marlo Ryan ... Young Wife

Mister Ed ... Himself
Al Checco ... Joe King (uncredited)
John Hale ... Harold Johnson (uncredited)

Allan Lane ... Mister Ed (uncredited) (voice)

Howard McNear ... Harry Sweetzer (uncredited)

William H. O'Brien ... Lodge Guest (uncredited)
Jay Ose ... Joe Haskell (uncredited)
Al Roberts ... Lodge Guest (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 15: Ed's New Shoes

4 May 1961
Wilbur hires a bumbling handyman to fix up the house in anticipation of a visit from Home Beautiful Magazine, and Ed wants new shoes.

Alan Young ... Wilbur Post

Connie Hines ... Carol Post

Larry Keating ... Roger Addison

Edna Skinner ... Kay Addison

John Qualen ... Axel the Handyman

James Flavin ... Mr. Kramer
Lisabeth Field ... Miss Brooks

Mister Ed ... Himself

Allan Lane ... Mister Ed (voice) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 16: Ed the Stoolpigeon

13 April 1961
Carol brings a French Poodle home from the pound, and Mister Ed plans to get rid of Pierre as soon as possible.

Season 1, Episode 17: Little Boy

11 May 1961
The new kid on the block is having trouble fitting in, so Mister Ed comes up with a plan to help him win friends.

Season 1, Episode 18: Psychoanalyst Show

20 April 1961
Wilbur tries everything from hypnosis to psychiatry in order to cure Ed of his fear of heights.

Alan Young ... Wilbur Post

Connie Hines ... Carol Post

Larry Keating ... Roger Addison

Edna Skinner ... Kay Addison

Richard Deacon ... Dr. Gordon

Jack LaLanne ... Instructor (as Jack La Lanne)
William Boyett ... Fred
Allison Daniell ... Bernice (as Allyson Daniell)

Mister Ed ... Himself

Allan Lane ... Mister Ed (voice) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 19: Ed the Tout

30 March 1961
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.

Alan Young ... Wilbur Post

Connie Hines ... Carol Post

Larry Keating ... Roger Addison

Edna Skinner ... Kay Addison
Hank Weaver ... Race Announcer
John Eldredge ... Steward

Ben Welden ... First Man (as Ben Weldon)
Jack Shea ... Detective

Mister Ed ... Himself
Charles Cirillo ... Racetrack Patron (uncredited)

Gene Coogan ... Racetrack Patron (uncredited)
Paul Cristo ... Racetrack Patron (uncredited)

James Gonzalez ... Racetrack Patron (uncredited)

Allan Lane ... Mister Ed (voice) (uncredited)
Al Roberts ... Racetrack Patron (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 20: A Man for Velma

27 April 1961
Carol has sprained her wrist, so Wilbur hires Velma, a fantastic cook. She even serves carrot pizzas to Ed. When Velma announces that she's leaving to find a boyfriend, Ed calls her on the phone and pretends to be a local secret admirer.

Season 1, Episode 21: Ed Agrees to Talk

18 May 1961
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.

Season 1, Episode 22: The Mustache

25 May 1961
Roger influences Wilbur to grow a mustache, and Carol insists that he shave it. Meanwhile, Ed wants Wilbur to install a shower in the barn.

Season 1, Episode 23: The Other Woman

4 June 1961
Circumstantial evidence leads Carol to suspect that Wilbur is seeing another woman.

Season 1, Episode 24: The Contest

18 June 1961
Mister Ed wins $100 in Wilbur's name when he correctly answers a contest question over the telephone. Wilbur now has a chance to win $5000, but he's going to need Ed's help.

Alan Young ... Wilbur Post

Connie Hines ... Carol Post

Larry Keating ... Roger Addison

Edna Skinner ... Kay Addison

Lyle Talbot ... George Hausner

Joe Conley ... Charley Grant
Fred Essler ... Mr. Schultz
Lisa Golm ... Mrs. Schultz

Mister Ed ... Himself

Allan Lane ... Mister Ed (voice) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 25: Wilbur Sells Ed

2 July 1961
Wilbur gives away Ed to a prospective client in order to secure a home architecture job.

Season 1, Episode 26: Ed Cries Wolf

11 June 1961
Wilbur buys a pair of pearl earrings as a surprise for Carol on her birthday, but a home burglar has other plans for them.

Season 2


Season 2, Episode 1: My Son, My Son

1 October 1961
Ed's having paternal feelings, so he talks Wilbur into adopting a little pony as a son for him.

Season 2, Episode 2: The Horsetronaut

8 October 1961
Mister Ed volunteers to be shot into outer space.

Alan Young ... Wilbur Post

Connie Hines ... Carol Post

Larry Keating ... Roger Addison

Edna Skinner ... Kay Addison
Hazel Shermet ... Miss Culbertson

Francis De Sales ... Mr. Mencken (as Francis DeSales)

Stanley Clements ... Charley

Robert Burton ... Professor Dinehart

Donnelly Rhodes ... The Guard (as Don Rhodes)

Mister Ed ... Himself

Allan Lane ... Mister Ed (voice) (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 3: Ed's Ancestors

15 October 1961
Through Roger's trickery, Ed believes that he has a shameful heritage, so he runs away from home.

Alan Young ... Wilbur Post

Connie Hines ... Carol Post

Larry Keating ... Roger Addison

Edna Skinner ... Kay Addison

Robert Foulk ... Mr. Higgins
Helen Eby-Rock ... Mrs. Higgins (as Helyn Eby-Rock)

Reed Howes ... The Policeman

Mister Ed ... Himself

Allan Lane ... Mister Ed (voice) (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 4: Ed the Redecorator

22 October 1961
Both Carol and Ed want Wilbur to hire a famous decorator to redo the house and stable in a Hawaiian Modern motif.

Season 2, Episode 5: Ed the Jumper

29 October 1961
Wilbur bets an old college rival "5 bills" that Ed can out-jump his horse. He has second thoughts after he realizes that "5 bills" equals $500.

Alan Young ... Wilbur Post

Connie Hines ... Carol Post

Larry Keating ... Roger Addison

Edna Skinner ... Kay Addison (credit only)

Alan Hale Jr. ... Karl Dickinson (as Alan Hale)

Donna Douglas ... Blanche

Mister Ed ... Himself

Allan Lane ... Mister Ed (voice) (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 6: Ed the Voter

5 November 1961
Carol and Wilbur convert the barn into a temporary polling precinct, so Ed wants to vote, too.

Alan Young ... Wilbur Post

Connie Hines ... Carol Post

Larry Keating ... Roger Addison

Edna Skinner ... Kay Addison
Thomas Browne Henry ... Mr. Sawyer (as Thomas B. Henry)
Jane Burgess ... Blonde Doll

Cordy Clark ... Flobelle
Jan Brooks ... Mrs. Phillips

Charles Meredith ... The Mayor

Mister Ed ... Himself
Sam Harris ... Voter (uncredited)

Reed Howes ... Voter (uncredited)

Allan Lane ... Mister Ed (voice) (uncredited)
Al Roberts ... Voter (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 7: Hunting Show

12 November 1961
The wives horn in on Wilbur and Roger's duck hunting trip.

Season 2, Episode 8: Mister Ed's Blues

19 November 1961
Roger's brother-in-law is begging Wilbur to write a follow-up hit song to "Pretty Little Filly". He wants it to be a blues number, so Wilbur does his best to get Ed in a depressed mood.

Alan Young ... Wilbur Post

Connie Hines ... Carol Post

Larry Keating ... Roger Addison

Edna Skinner ... Kay Addison (credit only)

Jack Albertson ... Paul Fenton
Justin Smith ... Andy Armbruster

Reed Howes ... Harvey Wells

Mister Ed ... Himself
Sheldon Allman ... Mister Ed's singing (voice) (uncredited)

Allan Lane ... Mister Ed (voice) (uncredited)
Al Roberts ... Al (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 9: Ed the Hero

26 November 1961
Ed rescues a millionaire's granddaughter from a runaway horse.

Alan Young ... Wilbur Post

Connie Hines ... Carol Post

Larry Keating ... Roger Addison

Edna Skinner ... Kay Addison

Addison Richards ... Mr. Thorndyke
Dolores Quinton ... Mrs. Foster
Shari Lee Bernath ... Betsy

Eddie Quillan ... Photographer
Chris Hughes ... Newsboy (as Chris Wayne)

Milton Parsons ... Chauffeur
Al Checco ... Newspaper Editor

Mister Ed ... Himself

Allan Lane ... Mister Ed (voice) (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 10: Ed, the Salesman

3 December 1961
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.

Season 2, Episode 11: Ed and the Elephant

17 December 1961
Wilbur promises a magician 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.

Season 2, Episode 12: The Wrestler

7 January 1962
Wilbur and Roger buy the contract of a professional heavyweight wrestler.

Alan Young ... Wilbur Post

Connie Hines ... Carol Post

Larry Keating ... Roger Addison

Edna Skinner ... Kay Addison

Milton Frome ... Barney Harris
Miriam Nelson ... Miss Canfield
Matt Murphy ... Big Boy Malone (as K. O. Matt Murphy)

Mister Ed ... Himself

Ricky Starr ... Tiger Davis

Allan Lane ... Mister Ed (voice) (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 13: Ed's Bed

14 January 1962
Ed feels sick with a cold, so he demands that Wilbur buy a bed for him so that he can get a good night's rest.

Alan Young ... Wilbur Post

Connie Hines ... Carol Post

Larry Keating ... Roger Addison

Edna Skinner ... Kay Addison

Jack Kruschen ... Policeman

Mister Ed ... Himself

Reed Howes ... Observer on Sidewalk (uncredited)

Allan Lane ... Mister Ed (voice) (uncredited)
Al Roberts ... Observer on Sidewalk (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 14: Ed the Beneficiary

21 January 1962
Ed pesters Wilbur to have a will drawn up after he reads of a cat inheriting a large sum from her deceased owner.

Alan Young ... Wilbur Post

Connie Hines ... Carol Post

Larry Keating ... Roger Addison

Edna Skinner ... Kay Addison
Lee Goodman ... Dr. Reynolds

Raymond Bailey ... Howard Dieterle
Jan Brooks ... Secretary

Mister Ed ... Himself

Allan Lane ... Mister Ed (uncredited) (voice)

Season 2, Episode 15: Zsa Zsa

28 January 1962
There's a noisy new neighbor in the 'hood, and her name is Zsa Zsa.

Alan Young ... Wilbur Post

Connie Hines ... Carol Post

Larry Keating ... Roger Addison (credit only)

Zsa Zsa Gabor ... Zsa Zsa

Edna Skinner ... Kay Addison

Jack Albertson ... Paul Fenton

Berry Kroeger ... Jack Brady
Betty Conner ... Suzette

Reed Howes ... Ship's Officer

Mister Ed ... Himself

George DeNormand ... Customer (uncredited)
Herschel Graham ... Customer (uncredited)

Allan Lane ... Mister Ed (voice) (uncredited)

Louise Lane ... Customer (uncredited)
Al Roberts ... Baggage Clerk (uncredited)

Cosmo Sardo ... Barber (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 16: Horse Wash

4 February 1962
Carol's dad comes to visit for the first time, and Mister Ed has a hot date, so he visits the local car wash to get a good shower.

Alan Young ... Wilbur Post

Connie Hines ... Carol Post

Larry Keating ... Roger Addison

Edna Skinner ... Kay Addison (credit only)

Barry Kelley ... Mr. Carlysle

Tol Avery ... Mr. Carmichael
Don Brodie ... Mr. Hogan

Herb Vigran ... Joe Burke
Karl Lukas ... Harry
Tommy Nello ... Mike (as Thomas Nello)

Mister Ed ... Himself

Allan Lane ... Mister Ed (voice) (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 17: Ed, the Horse Doctor

11 February 1962
Roger invests in Lady Linda, a lovesick racehorse that won't run, so it's Mister Ed, the love doctor, to the rescue.

Alan Young ... Wilbur Post

Connie Hines ... Carol Post

Larry Keating ... Roger Addison

Edna Skinner ... Kay Addison

Robert Carson ... Whitey Morgan (as Robert S. Carson)

Hank Patterson ... Dr. Evans
Chloy Cunnington ... Jimmy

Mister Ed ... Himself
Charles Cirillo ... Racetrack Patron (uncredited)

Allan Lane ... Mister Ed (voice) (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 18: George Burns Meets Mister Ed

18 February 1962
George Burns is offering $25,000 for a great new novelty act, so Wilbur begs Mister Ed to talk to Mr. Burns.

Season 2, Episode 19: Ed's Word of Honor

25 February 1962
It's Roger's birthday, and he's angry with Mister Ed for eating apples from his trees.

Season 2, Episode 20: No Horses Allowed

4 March 1962
Wilber enters into a televised debate against a respected member of the community, who wants to ban horses from the neighborhood.

Alan Young ... Wilbur Post

Connie Hines ... Carol Post

Larry Keating ... Roger Addison

Edna Skinner ... Kay Addison

Neil Hamilton ... Harvey Ainsworth

C. Lindsay Workman ... Director (as Lindsay Workman)

Ray Walker ... Cameraman

Olan Soule ... Makeup Man

Bill Baldwin ... Station Announcer

Ted Eccles ... Bobby Ainsworth (as Teddy Eccles)
Michael Crisalli ... Dennis (as Michael Grisalli)
Al Roberts ... Soundman

Mister Ed ... Himself

Reed Howes ... Crew Member (uncredited)

Allan Lane ... Mister Ed (voice) (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 21: Bald Horse

18 March 1962
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.

Season 2, Episode 22: Ed's New Neighbors

25 March 1962
Kay inherits country property in New York, so Roger enters into an agreement to sell their California home and move. The purchaser, who works for the IRS, threatens to sue the Posts, if their behavior is not to is liking.

Season 2, Episode 23: Ed the Beachcomber

1 April 1962
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.

Alan Young ... Wilbur Post

Connie Hines ... Carol Post

Larry Keating ... Roger Addison

Edna Skinner ... Kay Addison
Larry Merrill ... Buzz Dixon
Nancy Lee ... Zelma Beasley
Irwin Jay Berniker ... Harry (as Jay Berniker)
Gail De Cossi ... Gertie (as Gail DaCorsi)

Joe Conley ... Photographer

Mister Ed ... Himself

Allan Lane ... Mister Ed (voice) (uncredited)
Al Roberts ... Exhibit Patron (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 24: Lie Detector

8 April 1962
Roger brings home an inventor-friend's homemade lie detector, and he hooks it up to Wilbur, who later hooks it up to Ed.

Season 2, Episode 25: Clint Eastwood Meets Mister Ed

22 April 1962
After Clint Eastwood moves into the neighborhood, Mister Ed sets up a party line with his house, which causes nothing but problems for Mr. Eastwood.

Season 2, Episode 26: Ed, the Matchmaker

29 April 1962
A going-on-15-year-old boy-crazy girl has moved into the neighborhood.

Alan Young ... Wilbur Post

Connie Hines ... Carol Post

Larry Keating ... Roger Addison (credit only)
George O'Hanlon ... George Harper

Jeff Donnell ... Martha Harper

Edna Skinner ... Kay Addison (credit only)
Joanna Dix ... Emmy Lou (as Noanna Dix)

Barbara Hunter ... Taffy (as Barbara Jean Hunter)

Peter Brooks ... Arthur

Albert Carrier ... Roberto
Marya Stevens ... Gina Galluzi

Linda Henning ... Penelope
Annette Gorman ... Pauline
Patty Sanborn ... Marjorie

Charla Doherty ... Gloria
Judy Morris ... Girl

Mister Ed ... Himself

Allan Lane ... Mister Ed (voice) (uncredited)

Season 3


Season 3, Episode 1: Ed Gets Amnesia

27 September 1962
Ed receives a blow to his head, which causes him to suffer from amnesia.

Alan Young ... Wilbur Post

Connie Hines ... Carol Post

Larry Keating ... Roger Addison

Edna Skinner ... Kay Addison

Richard Deacon ... Dr. Baker

C. Lindsay Workman ... Dr. Cathcart (as Lindsay Wokman)

Mister Ed ... Himself

Allan Lane ... Mister Ed (voice) (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 2: Wilbur the Good Samaritan

4 October 1962
Mister Ed's telephone complaint in Wilbur's name gets the neighborhood newspaper boy fired, so Wilbur must now go to great lengths to get the kid's job back for him.

Alan Young ... Wilbur Post

Connie Hines ... Carol Post

Larry Keating ... Roger Addison

Edna Skinner ... Kay Addison
Kevin Brodie ... Joey

Jerry Hausner ... Mr. Hunt

Robert Anderson ... Harry
Karl Lukas ... George
Ray Kellogg ... Frank

Mister Ed ... Himself

Allan Lane ... Mister Ed (voice) (uncredited)
Al Roberts ... Newspaper Worker (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 3: Wilbur and Ed in Show Biz

11 October 1962
Wilbur and Ed decide to break into show business after they see Margie the Elephant perform on TV.

Alan Young ... Wilbur Post

Connie Hines ... Carol Post

Larry Keating ... Roger Addison

Edna Skinner ... Kay Addison

Chick Chandler ... Mr. Hodges
Hank Ladd ... Sam Barker
Hank Weaver ... Master of Ceremonies
Margie the Elephant ... Margie (as Elephant)

Mister Ed ... Himself
George Boyce ... Audience Member (uncredited)

Reed Howes ... Audience Member (uncredited)

Allan Lane ... Mister Ed (voice) (uncredited)
Al Roberts ... Crew Member (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 4: The Bashful Clipper

18 October 1962
Carol and Kay discover that Chuck, the guy that clips Ed's hair, is also a fantastic hairdresser, so they convince Wilbur and Roger to make an investment that enables him to open his very own salon. One problem they hadn't counted on: He's too shy around women to cut their hair.

Season 3, Episode 5: Ed and the Allergy

25 October 1962
Roger's dreaded mother-in-law has come to visit, and to his delight, she's allergic to horse hair.

Season 3, Episode 6: Horse Sense

1 November 1962
Roger's on the warpath to get rid of the bridle path that runs along the local golf course because the horses interfere with his game. The last time a ball hit a horse, it cost him a 20-dollar bet, and now he's mad.

Alan Young ... Wilbur Post

Connie Hines ... Carol Post

Larry Keating ... Roger Addison

Edna Skinner ... Kay Addison

Neil Hamilton ... Mr. Boyd
Peter Adams ... Fred Peters
Henry Hunter ... Bill, The Golfer
Riza Royce ... First Guest
Joanne Rio ... Second Guest (as Joanne Barr)

Mister Ed ... Himself

Gale Robbins ... Miss Meed

Allan Lane ... Mister Ed (voice) (uncredited)
Hans Moebus ... Party Guest (uncredited)
Al Roberts ... Party Guest (uncredited)
Norman Stevans ... Party Guest (uncredited)

Bert Stevens ... Party Guest (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 7: Wilbur in the Lion's Den

8 November 1962
Wilbur turns down a high-paying job offer, and Ed wants to go fly a kite.

Alan Young ... Wilbur Post

Connie Hines ... Carol Post

Larry Keating ... Roger Addison

Edna Skinner ... Kay Addison

Charles Lane ... Charley Foster
Jim Hayward ... Maintenance Man
Samba ... The Lion

Mister Ed ... Himself

Allan Lane ... Mister Ed (voice) (uncredited)
Zamba ... Lion (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 8: Horse Party

15 November 1962
It's Ed's 9th birthday, and he wants Wilbur to throw him a party.

Alan Young ... Wilbur Post

Connie Hines ... Carol Post

Larry Keating ... Roger Addison

Edna Skinner ... Kay Addison
Rolfe Sedan ... Mr. Fairchild

Joe Conley ... Frank
Lisabeth Field ... Mildred Webster
Janet Comerford ... Club Woman

Bess Flowers ... Club Woman
Betty J. Glennie ... Club Woman (as Betty Jeanne Glennie)

Mister Ed ... Himself

Allan Lane ... Mister Ed (voice) (uncredited)
Patricia Patrick ... Club Woman (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 9: Ed, the Pilgrim

22 November 1962
Mister Ed tells Wilbur the real story about Thanksgiving.

Season 3, Episode 10: Disappearing Horse

29 November 1962
Wilbur performs his magic act at the community theatre variety show.

Season 3, Episode 11: Ed and Paul Revere

6 December 1962
Mister Ed is going to pose for a statue, and Roger wants to pose as Paul Revere on top of him.

Alan Young ... Wilbur Post

Connie Hines ... Carol Post

Larry Keating ... Roger Addison

Edna Skinner ... Kay Addison

Hans Conried ... Igor Korzak

Mister Ed ... Himself

Leon Alton ... Guest at Unveiling (uncredited)
Ralph Brooks ... Guest at Unveiling (uncredited)

Allan Lane ... Mister Ed (voice) (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 12: Wilbur the Masher

13 December 1962
A woman accuses Wilbur of being a masher after Ed whistles at the filly she is riding.

Season 3, Episode 13: Horse of a Different Color

20 December 1962
Mister Ed wants to join the circus.

Alan Young ... Wilbur Post

Connie Hines ... Carol Post

Larry Keating ... Roger Addison

Edna Skinner ... Kay Addison
Hugh Sanders ... Mr. Armstrong

Mister Ed ... Himself
Robert Board ... Show Spectator (uncredited)

Reed Howes ... Vendor (uncredited)

Allan Lane ... Mister Ed (voice) (uncredited)

Ron Nyman ... Show Spectator (uncredited)
Patricia Patrick ... Show Spectato (uncredited)
Al Roberts ... Show Spectator (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 14: Ed and the Bicycle

3 January 1963
When Ed refuses to apologize for misbehaving at the park, Wilbur starts riding a bicycle to get even.

Season 3, Episode 15: Ol' Rockin' Chair

10 January 1963
Roger schemes to profit from a rocking chair that Wilbur has made out of Mister Ed's old horseshoes.

Alan Young ... Wilbur Post

Connie Hines ... Carol Post

Larry Keating ... Roger Addison

Edna Skinner ... Kay Addison

Robert Carson ... Mr. Farnsworth
Taggart Casey ... Telephone Repairman

Mister Ed ... Himself

Allan Lane ... Mister Ed (voice) (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 16: Big Pine Lodge

17 January 1963
Roger falls victim to a couple of poker-playing card sharks.

Alan Young ... Wilbur Post

Connie Hines ... Carol Post

Larry Keating ... Roger Addison

Edna Skinner ... Kay Addison

Benny Rubin ... Desk Clerk
Jay Ose ... Joe Haskell
John Hale ... Harold Johnson
Al Checco ... Joe King

Mister Ed ... Himself

Allan Lane ... Mister Ed (voice) (uncredited)

Ron Nyman ... Lodge Guest (uncredited)
Patricia Patrick ... Lodge Member (uncredited)
Al Roberts ... Lodge Guest (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 17: Unemployment Show

24 January 1963
Mister Ed gets what Roger's deadbeat freeloading brother-in-law doesn't have: a job.

Alan Young ... Wilbur Post

Connie Hines ... Carol Post

Larry Keating ... Roger Addison

Edna Skinner ... Kay Addison

Richard Erdman ... Ralph

James Flavin ... Mr. Kramer

Willard Waterman ... Mr. Halsted

Maudie Prickett ... Miss Pringle
Lisabeth Field ... Mrs. Webster
Lindy Davis ... Peter Webster
Bill McFarland ... Mr. Ambruster

Mister Ed ... Himself

Allan Lane ... Mister Ed (voice) (uncredited)
Patricia Patrick ... Woman in Line (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 18: Horse Talk

31 January 1963
Ed and Wilbur try to clear a stable groom falsely convicted of horse doping.

Alan Young ... Wilbur Post

Connie Hines ... Carol Post

Larry Keating ... Roger Addison

Edna Skinner ... Kay Addison (credit only)

Chick Chandler ... John McGivney

Emory Parnell ... Murphy
Richard Reeves ... Guard

Anthony Warde ... Sam Morgan

Mister Ed ... Himself

Allan Lane ... Mister Ed (voice) (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 19: Ed and the Secret Service

7 February 1963
Mister Ed places a telephone call to the White House, which gets Wilbur a visit from the Secret Service.

Alan Young ... Wilbur Post

Connie Hines ... Carol Post

Larry Keating ... Roger Addison

Edna Skinner ... Kay Addison

Robert Hastings ... Secret Service Man

Robert Patten ... Secret Service Man

Barbara Morrison ... Telephone Operator

Mister Ed ... Himself

Allan Lane ... Mister Ed (voice) (uncredited)
Patricia Patrick ... Telephone Operator (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 20: Working Wives

14 February 1963
Carol and Kay feel that their husbands are taking them for granted, so they both get jobs, leaving Wilbur and Roger at home to fend for themselves.

Season 3, Episode 21: Wilbur's Father

28 February 1963
Wilbur's 70-year-old father is engaged to be married, and Wilbur, Carol, and the Addisons are all under the false impression that his bride-to-be is fifty years younger.

Alan Young ... Wilbur Post / Angus Post

Connie Hines ... Carol Post

Larry Keating ... Roger Addison

Edna Skinner ... Kay Addison
Doris Packer ... Emma Hoblock

Eilene Janssen ... Penny Hoblock

Mister Ed ... Himself

Allan Lane ... Mister Ed (voice) (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 22: The Price of Apples

7 March 1963
Once again, Roger is fed up with Ed feeding off his apple trees.

Alan Young ... Wilbur Post

Connie Hines ... Carol Post

Larry Keating ... Roger Addison

Edna Skinner ... Kay Addison

Richard Deacon ... Dr. Griffith

Moyna MacGill ... Mrs. Prell
Mary Carroll ... Mrs. Harkness
Charles La Torre ... Mr. Cesano (as Charles LaTorre)

Mister Ed ... Himself

Allan Lane ... Mister Ed (voice) (uncredited)
Patricia Patrick ... Receptionist (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 23: Ed the Zebra

21 March 1963
Roger wants to dress up Ed in a suit, so he can shoot a photo of him to enter in a photography contest.

Alan Young ... Wilbur Post

Connie Hines ... Carol Post

Larry Keating ... Roger Addison

Edna Skinner ... Kay Addison
Lee Goodman ... Cub Scout Master

Frank Wilcox ... Henry Tyler
Mike Barton ... Cub Scout Tommy
Gail De Cossi ... Waitress (as Gail da Corsi)

Ben Welden ... Joe (as Ben Weldon)
James Logan ... Charlie

Mister Ed ... Himself

Reed Howes ... Man at Pool (uncredited)

Allan Lane ... Mister Ed (voice) (uncredited)
Patricia Patrick ... Woman at Pool (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 24: Ed the Emancipator

24 March 1963
Mister Ed liberates a cockatoo from its cage, and it promptly begins to terrorize Roger.

Alan Young ... Wilbur Post

Connie Hines ... Carol Post

Larry Keating ... Roger Addison

Edna Skinner ... Kay Addison

Mister Ed ... Himself

Allan Lane ... Mister Ed (voice) (uncredited)

Ginny Tyler ... Claudia (voice) (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 25: Doctor Ed

31 March 1963
Roger's TV goes on the blink, so he borrows Wilbur's set from Ed's barn, which causes Ed to fret that he will miss his daily doctor shows.

Season 3, Episode 26: The Blessed Event

12 May 1963
Circumstantial evidence causes the Posts and the Addisons to suspect that each other couple is expecting a baby.

Season 4


Season 4, Episode 1: Leo Durocher Meets Mister Ed

29 September 1963
Through Wilbur, Mister Ed offers useful batting tips to Los Angeles Dodgers team manager, Leo Durocher.

Alan Young ... Wilbur Post

Connie Hines ... Carol Post

Larry Keating ... Roger Addison

Edna Skinner ... Kay Addison
Leo Durocher ... Leo Durocher

Sandy Koufax ... Himself
John Roseboro ... Himself
Willie Davis ... Himself
Moose Skowron ... Himself (as Bill 'Moose' Skowron)

Vin Scully ... Announcer (voice)

Mister Ed ... Himself

Allan Lane ... Mister Ed (voice) (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 2: Wilbur Post, Honorary Horse

6 October 1963
With the help of Mister Ed, Wilbur decides to write a book about horses.

Season 4, Episode 3: Ed Discovers America

13 October 1963
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.

Alan Young ... Wilbur Post

Connie Hines ... Carol Post

Edna Skinner ... Kay Addison
David Brandon ... Sailor

Sharon Tate ... Girl
Ollie O'Toole ... Mr. Harper
Ray Kellogg ... Policeman
Robert Nash ... Husband

Joseph Ruskin ... Nobleman

Mister Ed ... Himself

Allan Lane ... Mister Ed (voice) (uncredited)
Patricia Patrick ... Woman Outside Gate (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 4: Patter of Little Hooves

20 October 1963
Wilbur wins a miniature horse in a contest, and the little fellow promptly eats Roger's prized roses.

Alan Young ... Wilbur Post

Connie Hines ... Carol Post

Larry Keating ... Roger Addison

Edna Skinner ... Kay Addison
Leo Fuchs ... Mr. Rasmussen
Carolyn Morin ... Girl in Library

Moyna MacGill ... Lady in Library
Riza Royce ... Librarian

Mister Ed ... Himself

Reed Howes ... Library Visitor (uncredited)

Allan Lane ... Mister Ed (voice) (uncredited)
Patricia Patrick ... Library Worker (uncredited)

Joe Ploski ... Angry Library Visitor (uncredited)
Al Roberts ... Library Worker (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 5: Be Kind to Humans

27 October 1963
Mister Ed, speaking through bushes in the park, invites three hobos to stay with the Posts.

Alan Young ... Wilbur Post

Connie Hines ... Carol Post

Edna Skinner ... Kay Addison

Barry Kelley ... Carol's Father

Stanley Adams ... Stubby
Frank J. Scannell ... Duke (as Frank Scannell)

Kay E. Kuter ... Toothpick (as Kay Kuter)

Mister Ed ... Himself

Allan Lane ... Mister Ed (voice) (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 6: Don't Laugh at Horses

3 November 1963
Ed resents Wilbur and Paul dressing as a two-man horse for a costume party, so he goes on strike.

Alan Young ... Wilbur Post

Connie Hines ... Carol Post

Edna Skinner ... Kay Addison

Jack Albertson ... Paul Fenton

James Flavin ... Mr. Kramer

Butch Patrick ... Tommy Slater

Joe Conley ... Joe
Walter Janovitz ... Mr. Hodgekiss (as Walter Janowitz)

Mister Ed ... Himself

George Burns ... Mister Ed's impression of George Burns (voice) (uncredited)

Allan Lane ... Mister Ed (voice) (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 7: Getting Ed's Goat

10 November 1963
A pesky goat invades Ed's barn.

Alan Young ... Wilbur Post

Connie Hines ... Carol Post

Edna Skinner ... Kay Addison

Jack Albertson ... Paul Fenton

Robert Foulk ... Keeper

Robert Carson ... Mr. Benson (as Robert S. Carson)
Karen Norris ... Mother

Darby Hinton ... Rocky - Little Boy

Mister Ed ... Himself

Allan Lane ... Mister Ed (voice) (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 8: Oh, Those Hats!

17 November 1963
The Kiddie Zoo is losing public support, and Ed wants Wilbur to do something about it.

Alan Young ... Wilbur Post

Connie Hines ... Carol Post

Edna Skinner ... Kay Addison (credit only)

Spring Byington ... Miss Karen Dooley
Lee Goodman ... Salesman

William Bakewell ... Mr. Petrie

Mister Ed ... Himself

Reed Howes ... Crew Member (uncredited)

Allan Lane ... Mister Ed (voice) (uncredited)
Patricia Patrick ... Crew Member (uncredited)
Al Roberts ... Crew Member (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 9: Taller Than She

1 December 1963
Ed is attracted to a filly named Penelope, but she only dates horses that are taller than she, so Ed wants Wilbur to provide him with elevated horse shoes.

Alan Young ... Wilbur Post

Connie Hines ... Carol Post

Edna Skinner ... Kay Addison

Henry Corden ... The Blacksmith

Herb Vigran ... Postman

Mister Ed ... Himself

Allan Lane ... Mister Ed (voice) (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 10: Home Sweet Trailer

8 December 1963
Wilbur's old commanding officer, Colonel Gordon Kirkwood, and his wife, Winnie, park their house trailer in the Post's backyard, while they wait to settle on their new home next door to Carol and Wilbur - and Ed.

Season 4, Episode 11: Love Thy New Neighbor

15 December 1963
Wilbur spends all of his free time with the Kirkwoods, now that they've moved in next door, and Ed is feeling mighty lonely with no one around to keep him company.

Season 4, Episode 12: Ed's Christmas Story

22 December 1963
Mister Ed tells Wilbur the story of how a horse was responsible for getting Santa Claus started in the gift-giving business. Meanwhile, Gordon talks Wilbur into entering a pact wherein they limit themselves to spending a mere $15 each on their wives.

Season 4, Episode 13: Ed Gets the Mumps

5 January 1964
Ed fakes a case of the mumps.

Season 4, Episode 14: Ed's Dentist

12 January 1964
Mister Ed is suffering from a sore tooth. Meanwhile, Gordon may go crazy trying to prove that Wilbur is insane.

Alan Young ... Wilbur Post

Connie Hines ... Carol Post

Leon Ames ... Gordon Kirkwood
Florence MacMichael ... Winnie Kirkwood
Irwin Charone ... Capt. Vernon
Thomas Browne Henry ... Dr. Howard (as Tom B. Henry)

George N. Neise ... Dr. Pearson (as George Neise)

Mister Ed ... Himself

Allan Lane ... Mister Ed (voice) (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 15: Ed the Shish Kebab

19 January 1964
Wilbur travels to San Francisco for a magician's convention. He enters an illusion contest, using Mister Ed as his assistant in a potentially dangerous trick.

Alan Young ... Wilbur Post

Connie Hines ... Carol Post
Harry Blackstone ... The Great Blackstone
Peter Leeds ... Marty Bixby
Beverly Wills ... Judy Price

Bill Baldwin ... M.C.
Fritzi Dugan ... Maid
Lou Derman ... Himself
Dick Zimmerman ... Himself

Mister Ed ... Himself

Allan Lane ... Mister Ed (voice) (uncredited)
Al Roberts ... Audience Member (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 16: Ed in the Peace Corps

2 February 1964
When Wilbur hires a Japanese foreign exchange student as his secretary, Ed threatens to go to Pakistan to join the Peace Corps.

Alan Young ... Wilbur Post

Connie Hines ... Carol Post

Leon Ames ... Gordon Kirkwood

Miyoshi Umeki ... Ako Tenaka (as Myoshi Umeki)
Florence MacMichael ... Winnie Kirkwood
Hazel Shermet ... Information Clerk

Mister Ed ... Himself

Allan Lane ... Mister Ed (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 17: Ed the Desert Rat

16 February 1964
When one of the neighbors installs a backyard swimming pool, Carol wants one, too, and Wilbur agrees to her demand, over Ed's objection.

Alan Young ... Wilbur Post

Connie Hines ... Carol Post
Logan Field ... Jack Hilliard
June Whitley Taylor ... Mimi Hilliard (as June Whitley)

Butch Patrick ... Stevie
Mary Carroll ... Stevie's Mother

Mister Ed ... Himself

Chick Chandler ... Mr. Callahan

Reed Howes ... Customer (uncredited)

Allan Lane ... Mister Ed (voice) (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 18: Ed the Donkey

23 February 1964
Ed's feelings are hurt after Gordon calls him a jackass.

Alan Young ... Wilbur Post

Connie Hines ... Carol Post

Leon Ames ... Gordon Kirkwood
Florence MacMichael ... Winnie Kirkwood

George Petrie ... Dr. Jack Howard
Jay Ose ... Sam Jones
Jeanne Rainer ... Linda (as Jeanne Rainier)

Mister Ed ... Himself

Allan Lane ... Mister Ed (voice) (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 19: Ed Visits a Gypsy

1 March 1964
Ed needs advice regarding his love life, so he visits a gypsy to have his hoof read.

Season 4, Episode 20: Ol' Swayback

8 March 1964
Mister Ed talks Wilbur into taking in a broken down carnival horse.

Season 4, Episode 21: Mae West Meets Mister Ed

22 March 1964
Mae West hires Wilbur to redesign her horse stable.

Alan Young ... Wilbur Post

Connie Hines ... Carol Post

Leon Ames ... Gordon Kirkwood

Mae West ... Mae West
Florence MacMichael ... Winnie Kirkwood
Jacques Shelton ... 1st Groom (as Jacque Shelton)

Roger Torrey ... 2nd Groom
Nick Stewart ... Charles

Mister Ed ... Himself

Allan Lane ... Mister Ed (voice) (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 22: Ed the Chauffeur

12 April 1964
Ed never knew he slept standing up, until Wilbur told him. Now that he knows, his feet hurt, and he wants Wilbur to buy him a car.

Season 4, Episode 23: Ed the Musician

19 April 1964
Mister Ed is suffering from nightmares, so Wilbur suggests he take up music to calm himself before sleep. Ed becomes a one-horse-band.

Season 4, Episode 24: The Prowler

26 April 1964
The Kirkwoods twice fall victim to a home burglar. Wilbur is sure he can crack the case.

Season 4, Episode 25: Saddles and Gowns

3 May 1964
Carol wants a new gown to wear to the Architect's Ball, and Ed wants a new saddle. Wilbur doesn't want to buy either.

Season 4, Episode 26: Moko

17 May 1964
A mischievous Martian visits the neighborhood. He has the power to change an individual's personality.

Alan Young ... Wilbur Post

Connie Hines ... Carol Post

Leon Ames ... Gordon Kirkwood
Florence MacMichael ... Winnie Kirkwood
Joan Tabor ... Gloria Laverne

Robert Barrat ... Gen. Bromley
Lela Bliss ... Mrs. Bromley
Harry Hickox ... Mr. Chambers

Helen Kleeb ... Mrs. Chambers

John Hubbard ... Maj. Collins

Mister Ed ... Himself

Richard Deacon ... Tatti (voice) (uncredited)
Herschel Graham ... Party Guest (uncredited)

Stuart Holmes ... Party Guest (uncredited)

Reed Howes ... Party Guest (uncredited)

Allan Lane ... Mister Ed (voice) (uncredited)
Hans Moebus ... Party Guest (uncredited)
Patricia Patrick ... Maid (uncredited)
Al Roberts ... Party Guest (uncredited)

Dave Willock ... Moko (voice) (uncredited)

Season 5


Season 5, Episode 1: Hi-Fi Horse

4 October 1964
Carol doesn't appreciate the hi-fi set that Wilbur bought for their wedding anniversary.

Season 5, Episode 2: Ed the Pool Player

11 October 1964
After Gordon is hustled out of $430 playing pool, it's up to Mister Ed to out-hustle the hustler.

Alan Young ... Wilbur Post

Connie Hines ... Carol Post

Leon Ames ... Gordon Kirkwood

Thomas Gomez ... Mr. Vernon / Chicago Chubby the Pool Hustler
Florence MacMichael ... Winnie Kirkwood

Olan Soule ... Mr. Gallagher

Mister Ed ... Himself

Allan Lane ... Mister Ed (voice) (uncredited)
Murray Pollack ... Club Member (uncredited)
Al Roberts ... Club Member (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 3: Ed Writes Dear Abby

18 October 1964
Mister Ed writes a letter seeking love advice from "Dear Abby", and the advice contained in her response causes Ed to pack his bags and head for the hills.

Season 5, Episode 4: Tunnel to Freedom

25 October 1964
Ed digs a secret escape route out from under his stable.

Season 5, Episode 5: The Heavy Rider

30 December 1964
Ed gets stuck with having to give rides to a 300-pound prospective client of Wilbur.

Season 5, Episode 6: Ed the Pilot

6 January 1965
Ed hijacks and pilots a cargo plane.

Season 5, Episode 7: Animal Jury

13 January 1965
Ed goes on trial for birdnapping Aunt Martha's pet parrot.

Alan Young ... Wilbur Post

Connie Hines ... Carol Post

Leon Ames ... Gordon Kirkwood
Florence MacMichael ... Winnie Kirkwood (credit only)

Eleanor Audley ... Aunt Martha

Byron Foulger ... Mr. Glorby

Mister Ed ... Himself

Judy the Chimpanzee ... Chimpanzee (uncredited)

Allan Lane ... Mister Ed (voice) (uncredited)

Ginny Tyler ... Tootsie (voice) (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 8: What Kind of Foal Am I?

20 January 1965
Carol's father comes to visit, and nothing goes right for Wilbur.

Alan Young ... Wilbur Post

Connie Hines ... Carol Post

Leon Ames ... Gordon Kirkwood
Florence MacMichael ... Winnie Kirkwood (credit only)

Barry Kelley ... Mr. Hergesheimer (as Barry Kelly)
Hugh Sanders ... Detective Hawkins
Michael Ross ... Roustabout (as Mike Ross)
Gail De Cossi ... Aerialist (as Gail Da Corsi)

Mister Ed ... Himself

Allan Lane ... Mister Ed (voice) (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 9: Ed the Race Horse

27 January 1965
Ed goes into training after losing a race on the bridle path to Gordon's rented horse.

Season 5, Episode 10: Ed's Juice Stand

3 February 1965
Ed creates a juice that is so invigorating and tasty that Wilbur wants to mass produce and market it. However, Ed refuses to disclose the secret formula.

Alan Young ... Wilbur Post

Connie Hines ... Carol Post

Leon Ames ... Gordon Kirkwood
Florence MacMichael ... Winnie Kirkwood

Neil Hamilton ... Mr. Robard
Robert Nunn ... Steve
Nate Derman ... Sandy (as Happy Derman)

Ben Welden ... Joe (as Ben Weldon)
Richard Reeves ... Charlie

Mister Ed ... Himself

Allan Lane ... Mister Ed (voice) (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 11: Like Father, Like Horse

10 February 1965
Gordon enters a slogan-writing contest in hopes of winning a free trip to Hawaii. Mister Ed decides to call him on the phone and have a little fun at Gordon's expense.

Season 5, Episode 12: Ed the Stowaway

17 February 1965
Ed stows away on Wilbur and Carol's second-honeymoon cruise to Hawaii, and after he gets to the island, he doesn't want to return home.

Alan Young ... Wilbur Post

Connie Hines ... Carol Post

Leon Ames ... Gordon Kirkwood
Jack Bailey ... Purser
Florence MacMichael ... Winnie Kirkwood
Tiki Santos ... Sam Manolua
David Cadiente ... Mannikura (as David Cadionte)

Mister Ed ... Himself

Allan Lane ... Mister Ed (voice) (uncredited)
Patricia Patrick ... Waitress (uncredited)
Al Roberts ... Resort Guest (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 13: Never Ride Horses

24 February 1965
Ed spearheads a multi-media campaign to end horseback riding.

Alan Young ... Wilbur Post

Connie Hines ... Carol Post

Leon Ames ... Gordon Kirkwood (credit only)
Florence MacMichael ... Winnie Kirkwood (credit only)

Barry Kelley ... Mr. Hergesheimer

Joe Conley ... Sam Easterbrook
Robert Nunn ... Steve

Mister Ed ... Himself

Allan Lane ... Mister Ed (voice) (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 14: Ed the Sentry

3 March 1965
The Air Force wants Ed for a sentry animal.

Alan Young ... Wilbur Post

Connie Hines ... Carol Post

Leon Ames ... Gordon Kirkwood
Florence MacMichael ... Winnie Kirkwood

Peter Hobbs ... Major Wade
Bill Idelson ... Hagan

Robert Stevenson ... Policeman (as Robert J. Stevenson)
Nick Stewart ... Park Attendant

Mister Ed ... Himself

Allan Lane ... Mister Ed (voice) (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 15: Ed's Diction Teacher

10 March 1965
Ed becomes so afraid of Gordon he forgets how to properly speak, which results in his sentences coming out backwards.

Alan Young ... Wilbur Post

Connie Hines ... Carol Post

Leon Ames ... Gordon Kirkwood
Florence MacMichael ... Winnie Kirkwood
George Ives ... Mr. Pettigrew
Don Brodie ... Barker

Mister Ed ... Himself
Charles Cirillo ... Carnival Patron (uncredited)
Sam Harris ... Carnival Patron (uncredited)

Allan Lane ... Mister Ed (voice) (uncredited)
Patricia Patrick ... Carnival Patron (uncredited)
Al Roberts ... Vendor (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 16: Ed the Godfather

17 March 1965
Ed brings home a mare about to foal.

Season 5, Episode 17: Ed's Contact Lenses

24 March 1965
Ed thinks his reading glasses make him look goofy, so he demands to be taken to the optometrist so he can be examined for contact lens.

Alan Young ... Wilbur Post

Connie Hines ... Carol Post

Leon Ames ... Gordon Kirkwood
Florence MacMichael ... Winnie Kirkwood
Howard Wendell ... Dr. Fosdick, Sr.
Roy Stuart ... Dr. Fosdick Jr.

Benny Rubin ... Park Attendant

Mister Ed ... Himself

Allan Lane ... Mister Ed (voice) (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 18: The Dragon Horse

31 March 1965
Superstitious Ed has to share his stall with a Wooden Jinx Horse.

Season 5, Episode 19: Ed's Cold Tail

7 April 1965
Ed tries to trick Wilbur into installing a heating system in his stall, and Connie tries to trick Wilbur into buying a new refrigerator.

Season 5, Episode 20: The Bank Robbery

14 April 1965
Wilbur and Ed mix it up with a bank robber.

Alan Young ... Wilbur Post

Connie Hines ... Carol Post

Leon Ames ... Gordon Kirkwood (credit only)

Marc Lawrence ... Spike the Bank Robber
Florence MacMichael ... Winnie Kirkwood
Harry Swoger ... Shorty

Barbara Morrison ... Mrs. Adams
Lisabeth Field ... Bank Teller (as Lizabeth Field)

Mister Ed ... Himself
George Boyce ... Customer (uncredited)

Allan Lane ... Mister Ed (voice) (uncredited)
Patricia Patrick ... Clerk (uncredited)
Al Roberts ... Pedestrian (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 21: My Horse, the Mailman

28 April 1965
Ed envisions himself as a member of The Pony Express so much that he steals a bag full of mail from the postman, and delivers all the mail in it.

Season 5, Episode 22: Whiskers and Tails

5 May 1965
Wilbur tries to help Ed overcome his fear of their new, mean, fat, bearded, non-horse-loving neighbor.

Alan Young ... Wilbur Post

Connie Hines ... Carol Post

Leon Ames ... Gordon Kirkwood

Sebastian Cabot ... Professor Thorndike
Florence MacMichael ... Winnie Kirkwood

Meg Wyllie ... Mrs. Weaver
Hazel Shermet ... Marge Connors
Gregg Martell ... Moving Man

Mister Ed ... Himself

Allan Lane ... Mister Ed (voice) (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 23: Robin Hood Ed

12 May 1965
Ed robs the Kirkwoods to help the Posts.

Season 5, Episode 24: Ed the Artist

19 May 1965
Ed thinks he's as talented as Picasso, but his painting of Carol gets Wilbur in trouble with her.

Alan Young ... Wilbur Post

Connie Hines ... Carol Post

Leon Ames ... Gordon Kirkwood
Florence MacMichael ... Winnie Kirkwood

Henry Corden ... Schindler the Artist

John Banner ... Professor Meyerhoff

Mister Ed ... Himself

Allan Lane ... Mister Ed (voice) (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 25: Jon Provost Meets Mister Ed

9 June 1965
Johnny gets into trouble with Gordon after breaking one of his windows while delivering on his paper route.

Alan Young ... Wilbur Post

Connie Hines ... Carol Post

Leon Ames ... Gordon Kirkwood

Jon Provost ... Johnny Provost
Florence MacMichael ... Winnie Kirkwood

C. Lindsay Workman ... Mr. Peters (as Lindsay Wokman)

Mister Ed ... Himself

Allan Lane ... Mister Ed (voice) (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 26: My Horse, the Ranger

16 June 1965
Wilbur refuses to allow Ed to join him and the Boy Junior Rangers on a hiking trip, but Ed's got another idea.

Season 6


Season 6, Episode 1: Ed the Counterspy

12 September 1965
Ed and Wilbur team up to catch a spy.

Alan Young ... Wilbur Post

Connie Hines ... Carol Post

Barry Kelley ... Carol's Father (as Barry Kelly)

James Flavin ... Slattery

Mike Mazurki ... Beppo

Roger Torrey ... 1st Coast Guardsman

Mister Ed ... Himself

Jacqueline Beer ... Inez

Allan Lane ... Mister Ed (voice) (uncredited)

Season 6, Episode 2: Ed a Go-Go

19 September 1965
The neighbor's teenage son is playing loud rock 'n' roll records late at night, and it's preventing a good night's sleep for Wilbur and Carol.

Alan Young ... Wilbur Post

Connie Hines ... Carol Post

Johnny Crawford ... Jeff Kerrigan

Frank Wilcox ... Mr. Kerrigan

Mister Ed ... Himself

Allan Lane ... Mister Ed (voice) (uncredited)

Season 6, Episode 3: Coldfinger

26 September 1965
Having previously been successful in helping to apprehend Russian spies possessing stolen microfilm, Wilbur and Ed are now after them for trying to sell an American military secret.

Alan Young ... Wilbur Post

Connie Hines ... Carol Post

Oscar Beregi Jr. ... Kosh (as Oscar Beregi)

James Flavin ... Slattery
Logan Field ... Hogan

Henry Brandon ... Derek

Victor Sen Yung ... Waiter
Richard Norris ... Man

Bill Baldwin ... TV Announcer

Mister Ed ... Himself

Nobu McCarthy ... Mai Ling

Allan Lane ... Mister Ed (voice) (uncredited)
Patricia Patrick ... Restaurant Patron (uncredited)
Al Roberts ... Restaurant Patron (uncredited)

Season 6, Episode 4: Spies Strike Back

3 October 1965
The Russian spies have stolen an unknown American secret formula, so SIA (Secret Intelligence Agency) enlists Wilbur to find out which one. Mister Ed joins him, and Carol is left wondering where Wilbur is at all hours of the night.

Alan Young ... Wilbur Post

Connie Hines ... Carol Post

Oscar Beregi Jr. ... Kosh (as Oscar Beregi)

James Flavin ... Slattery
Logan Field ... Hogan

Henry Brandon ... Derek
Jack Del Rio ... Brockman

Mister Ed ... Himself

Nobu McCarthy ... Mai Ling

Allan Lane ... Mister Ed (voice) (uncredited)
Al Roberts ... Restaurant Patron (uncredited)

Season 6, Episode 5: Love and the Single Horse

10 October 1965
Mister Ed writes a hot and spicy autobiography.

Alan Young ... Wilbur Post

Connie Hines ... Carol Post

Irene Ryan ... Granny Clampett

Raymond Bailey ... Mr. Durvis

Ross Elliott ... Dexter Crowley
June Whitley Taylor ... Phoebe Crowley
Ray Kellogg ... Guard

Marcia Mae Jones ... Mrs. Fosdick
Robert Nunn ... B.J. Fosdick

Mister Ed ... Himself

Allan Lane ... Mister Ed (voice) (uncredited)

Season 6, Episode 6: Anybody Got a Zebra?

17 October 1965
The SIA (Secret Intelligence Agency) once again enlists Wilbur to figure out how secret papers are being stolen out of filing cabinets, which are right under the agent's noses. In order to help solve the case, Mister Ed needs to speak with a monkey, so he uses a zebra as a translator.

Alan Young ... Wilbur Post

Connie Hines ... Carol Post

James Flavin ... Slattery

Sandra Gould ... Gertrude
Vincent Beck ... Krona

Percy Helton ... Zoo Attendant

Victor French ... Murphy

Mister Ed ... Himself

Allan Lane ... Mister Ed (voice) (uncredited)

Season 6, Episode 7: TV or Not TV

24 October 1965
Mister Ed wins a late model color TV, and he demands that Wilbur put it in the barn.

Alan Young ... Wilbur Post

Connie Hines ... Carol Post

Barry Kelley ... Carol's Dad

George N. Neise ... Happy Hannegan (as George Neise)

Joe Conley ... TV Man
Michael Ross ... Jarvis (as Mike Ross)

Mister Ed ... Himself

Allan Lane ... Mister Ed (voice) (uncredited)

Season 6, Episode 8: The Horse and the Pussycat

31 October 1965
Much to Ed's dismay, Carol and Wilbur agree to cat-sit for a friend who is vacationing in Hawaii for an entire week.

Alan Young ... Wilbur Post

Connie Hines ... Carol Post

Henry Corden ... Schultz
Hazel Shermet ... Selma Pritchard
Rolfe Sedan ... Dr. Robbins
Janice Carroll ... Nurse

Barbara Morrison ... Customer

Mister Ed ... Himself

Allan Lane ... Mister Ed (voice) (uncredited)

Season 6, Episode 9: Don't Skin That Bear

7 November 1965
Ed wants Wilbur to get rid of a bearskin rug that was given to Carol and him by her father.

Alan Young ... Wilbur Post

Connie Hines ... Carol Post

Barry Kelley ... Carol's Dad
Bobby Diamond ... Chuck

Barbara Pepper ... Mrs. Schultz
John J. Fox ... Mr. Donahue (as John 'Red' Fox)
Lou Krugman ... Dr. Gruber

Mister Ed ... Himself

Allan Lane ... Mister Ed (voice) (uncredited)

Season 6, Episode 10: Ed the Bridegroom

26 December 1965
Ed wants Wilbur to help him get married to another horse, and Carol's father thinks that Wilbur is in need of mental help.

Alan Young ... Wilbur Post

Connie Hines ... Carol Post

Barry Kelley ... Carol's Dad

John Qualen ... Justice of Peace

Les Tremayne ... Dr. Brink

Mister Ed ... Himself

Allan Lane ... Mister Ed (voice) (uncredited)

Season 6, Episode 11: Ed and the Motorcycle

2 January 1966
Ed refuses to continue to wear a saddle and he demands that Wilbur ride him bareback from now on, so Wilbur gets a motorcycle to retaliate.

Alan Young ... Wilbur Post

Connie Hines ... Carol Post

Barry Kelley ... Carol's Dad
Bobby Diamond ... Steve (as Robert 'Bobby' Diamond)
Ray Kellogg ... Park Policeman

Judson Pratt ... Park Policeman

Mister Ed ... Himself

Allan Lane ... Mister Ed (voice) (uncredited)

Season 6, Episode 12: Cherokee Ed

9 January 1966
When Ed discovers that he is of Cherokee descent, he refuses to participate in the Pioneer Parade. Unfortunately for Wilbur, he has already promised Carol's Dad that Ed would do it as a favor for him.

Alan Young ... Wilbur Post

Connie Hines ... Carol Post

Barry Kelley ... Carol's Dad
Cliff Hall ... Vet

Mister Ed ... Himself

Ginny Tyler ... Parrot (voice)

Allan Lane ... Mister Ed (voice) (uncredited)

Season 6, Episode 13: Ed Goes to College

6 February 1966
Mister Ed goes to school so he can become a veterinarian.

Alan Young ... Wilbur Post

Connie Hines ... Carol Post

Barry Kelley ... Carol's Dad
Thomas Browne Henry ... Professor (as Tom Browne Henry)

Bill Quinn ... Surgeon (as William Quinn)

Mister Ed ... Himself

Allan Lane ... Mister Ed (voice) (uncredited)

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Wilbur Gets the Message... About Payroll Savings!

1964
This presentation encourages people to buy U.S. savings bonds.

Alan Young ... Wilbur Post

Connie Hines ... Carol Post
George O'Hanlon ... Mr. Davis, the electrician

Mister Ed ... Himself (uncredited)

Allan Lane ... Mister Ed (voice) (uncredited)

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