Mister Ed (I) (1949–1968)


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Mister Ed was born in El Monte, California, and his real name was Bamboo Harvester. He was a palomino show horse that had his own show. On the Mr. Ed show, he played a talking horse that only spoke to his owner Wilber. Bamboo Harvester actually had a stunt double who stepped in often. He died in 1968 in Snodgrass Farm, Talequah, Oklahoma, USA. See full bio »

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1961-1966

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 1961-1966 Mister Ed (TV Series)
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- Ed Goes to College (1966) ... Himself
- Cherokee Ed (1966) ... Himself
- Ed and the Motorcycle (1966) ... Himself
- Ed the Bridegroom (1965) ... Himself
- Don't Skin That Bear (1965) ... Himself

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Mr. Ed spent his last two years with trainer Les Hilton, who was also a legend of sorts. He got his start in Hollywood with the 'Francis the Talking Mule' movies from the late 40's & early 50's, and also trained the dark horse that played 'Fury' in the 50's TV series, and Wahama, the little chestnut Arabian mare that played 'Flicka' in the 'My Friend Flicka' TV series from that same period. ... See more »

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