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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Roger Addison: Where is that loafing brother of yours? Did he bring my car back yet or did he sell it?
Kay Addison: Doll, Ralph has had a lot of tough breaks and he needs us now. He's been unemployed for several years and he has no place to live. It's just until he gets back on his feet.
Roger Addison: You know what his problem is? He's not cut out to be a press agent. He should take any job he can get as long as he's gainfull and legaly employed.
Kay Addison: I don't agree with you. Someday he'll stumble upon some great big publicty stunt, and ...
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