Mr. Wilson has a yard full of starlings that he desperately wants to get rid of so he hires a professional named Mr. Prince to do the job that has a record that will get rid of them. ... See full summary »

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Forrest Lewis ...
Mr. Prince
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Mr. Dorfman (as Robert B. Williams)
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Mr. Wilson has a yard full of starlings that he desperately wants to get rid of so he hires a professional named Mr. Prince to do the job that has a record that will get rid of them. However, thanks to Dennis the record brakes so when Miss Cathcart starts singing the starlings start to fly away and to finish them off Dennis puts liver in Mr. Wilson's tree which eventually brings tons of cats. Written by Chris Morrow (morrowman2@yahoo.com)

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8 May 1960 (USA)  »

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(Westrex Recording System)

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When Mr. Dorfman, the mailman, approaches George Wilson's yard at the beginning of the episode, the yard is sunlit and has no shadows. But as Dorfman enters the yard, his back is covered by the shadow of the camera filming the scene. See more »

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Beautiful Dreamer
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Written by Stephen Foster
Sung by Mary Wickes
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