Mister Ed: Season 4, Episode 6

Don't Laugh at Horses (3 Nov. 1963)

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

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

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Comedy | Family | Fantasy

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3 November 1963 (USA)  »

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George Burns makes a brief uncredited cameo appearance, as the voice of Mister Ed doing an impression of George Burns. See more »

Quotes

Mister Ed: It's a strike all right, Wilbur. I'm pulling out every horse from under you.
Wilbur Post: Just because I'm wearing a horse outfit to a costume party?
Mister Ed: You make fun of horses, and all you'll be riding is a pogo stick.
Wilbur Post: Ed, if you don't call off this ridiculous strike, I'll trade you in for a rocking chair!
Mister Ed: [scoffs] You're going to look real silly trying to ride that on a bridle path.
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References King Kong (1933) See more »

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The Old Gray Mare
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Performed by television orchestra, while Wilbur and Paul model their horse costume, and later sung by Alan Young
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