Mister Ed: Season 3, Episode 17

Unemployment Show (24 Jan. 1963)

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



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Episode complete credited cast:
Edna Skinner ...
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 ...


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

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Comedy | Family | Fantasy




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24 January 1963 (USA)  »

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(Westrex Recording System)

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Wilbur Post: Just think, tomorrow's Ed's first day on the job. Life's funny, you know. You get a young horse like Ed, you coddle him, you play with him, you spoil him a little bit, you hope he doesn't grow up. First thing you know, he's punching a timeclock.
Carol Post: [sarcastic] It's tough.
Wilbur Post: Good for him, though. Work's good, builds character. I would't want him difting through life like Kay's brother. A horse has got to learn to stand on his own four feet.
Carol Post: It's late, go to sleep honey.
Wilbur Post: I think I'll make him a nice ...
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