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Program:  Mister Ed
Broadcast History:
First Telecast: January 1, October 1 1961
So how can "Mister Ed" have two debut dates?  "Mister Ed" was actually started as a syndicated series (George Burns invested the money to get it started) and CBS saw the ratings and added it to their Sunday night line-up.  This is important because it's the first time (and maybe only time) a network put a syndicated series in it's primetime line-up
Last Telecast: September 8, 1965
Network(s):  CBS
Currently Airs  On:  FoxNet  &  TV Land  Started  September 2003
Previously Shown On: Nick at Nite TV Land  5/1996-1998
Available Formats: (none)
Related Links: (none)
This theme song, and over 60 others, are on the CD: Television's Greatest Hits, Vol.1: From the 50's and 60's

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Air dates and titles for all 143 episodes

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Mister Ed on DVD

The Best Of Mister Ed, Vol. 1 [DVD] DVD
Relive the funniest moments from the series' first three seasons with this collection of 21 episodes that finds the eloquent equine and his hapless owner, Wilbur, in some of their wackiest predicaments. Includes "Ed, The First Meeting," "The Horsetronaut," "Zsa Zsa," "Clint Eastwood Meets Mister Ed," "Doctor Ed," and many more. 9 hrs. on two discs. Standard; Soundtrack: English mono.

 

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Rare Mister Ed Videos

The Adventures Of Red Ryder/Mr. Ed VHS
Allan "Rocky" Lane is featured (if not always seen) in this TV double feature. First, Lane re-creates his screen role of cowboy hero Red Ryder in "Gun Trouble Valley," the pilot episode for the 1956 series. And Rocky supplies the voice of talking horse "Mr. Ed" in "Wilbur Gets the Message," starring Alan Young. 50 min.

TV Pilots, Vol. 5: Mr. Ed: The Lost Episodes (1958) VHS
Before "Mr. Ed" there was "The Wonderful World of Wilbur Pope," the unaired pilot from 1958 with Scott McKay as Wilbur, the fellow who conversed with the horse who came with his new home. Also included is the Treasury Department-presented "Wilbur Gets the Message...About Payroll Savings," in which Wilbur (Alan Young) is encouraged to buy U.S. savings bonds by Ed. 50 min.

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