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"Green Acres" The Saucer Season (1967)

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Original Air Date:
15 March 1967 (Season 2, Episode 25)
Once Eb's wild story about meeting space aliens hits the press, tourists descend on the Douglas farm to meet the new celebrity... See more » | Add synopsis »
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Episode Crew
Directed by
Richard L. Bare 
Writing credits
Jay Sommers (created by)

Sam Locke (teleplay) &
Joel Rapp (teleplay) and
Jay Sommers (teleplay) &
Dick Chevillat (teleplay)

Sam Locke (story) &
Joel Rapp (story)

Produced by
Paul Henning .... executive producer
Guy Scarpitta .... associate producer
Jay Sommers .... producer
Original Music by
Vic Mizzy 
Cinematography by
Bob Gough (director of photography) (as Robert Gough)
Film Editing by
Michael Brown (film editor)
Casting by
Mercedes Manzanares (casting)
Bill Tinsman (casting)
Art Direction by
Walter McKeegan 
Set Decoration by
Dorcy Howard  (as Dorcy W. Howard)
Makeup Department
Gene Hibbs .... makeup artist
Peggy Shannon .... hair stylist
Production Management
George King .... production supervisor
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Tom Andre .... assistant director
Art Department
Jerry Fuller .... property master
Sound Department
Stanley Cooley .... sound mixer (as Stan Cooley)
Bernard F. Pincus .... sound editor
Special Effects by
Robert Cole .... special effects (as Bob Cole)
Camera and Electrical Department
Larry Gilhooly .... chief electrician
James Wilson .... key grip (as James O. Wilson)
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Gwen Fitzer .... costume supervisor
W.T. Zacha .... costume supervisor (as William T. Zacha)
Editorial Department
Robert Freedman .... post-production coordinator
Music Department
Dave Kahn .... music supervisor
Jimmy Bond .... musician: bass (uncredited)
Billy Calkins .... musician: woodwinds (uncredited)
Frank Capp .... musician: percussion (uncredited)
Gene Garf .... musician: organ (uncredited)
Tommy Morgan .... musician: harmonica (uncredited)
Bill Pitman .... musician: bass guitar (uncredited)
Lou Singer .... musician: mallet (uncredited)
Tommy Tedesco .... musician: lead guitar (uncredited)
Other crew
Dick Chevillat .... story consultant
Phil Gordon .... dialogue coach
Frank Inn .... animals trained by
Stuart Lippman .... script supervisor

Series Crew
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Writing credits
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Jay Sommers  created by

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Additional Details

26 min
Aspect Ratio:
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Did You Know?

Eb claims to speak alien. "Driggis", means yes, "cleegan" means morning,"dingle burvis" means good night, "frangen" means nice, "glipper" means "spaceship," and "plertuss " is the thing they left behind, but returned to pick up. "Gloint" is unknown but is accompanied by a slap in the face.See more »
Oliver Wendell Douglas:Lisa, why did you make four different pots of coffee? Why didn't you just put the sugar bowl and the cream pitcher on the table?
Lisa Douglas:[matter of factly] I broke them.
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The Invaders, 3 September 2007
Author: zsenorsock from Argentina

*** This review may contain spoilers ***

Oddly enough, with a subject that would seem to be right up "Green Acres" alley of weirdness, this episode falls a little flat. Perhaps the secret to "Green Acres" is to take the mundane and find the weirdness rather than take something already weird (flying saucers).

In this episode, Eb makes headlines when he sees a flying saucer and talks to the aliens (the newspaper runs a picture of him on page three, but its a baby picture "the only one I had in black and white" Eb explains). Mr. Haney quickly becomes Eb's manager. He tries to get .25 cents from people who want to shake Eb's hand. Although he doesn't believe any of it, Oliver is thrown by a kid in a space suit (Mayberry R.F.D.'s Buddy Foster). Another sitcom crossover occurs when the Air Force dispatches a Lieutenant (Bob Hastings, Lt. Carpenter from "McHale's Navy") to investigate.

There are some laughs in this episode, but it just doesn't come off as inspired as some of the others.

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