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  • Diana Bellmore

    Green Acres is the place to be, farm livin is the life for me, land spreading out so far and wide, keep Manhattan, just give me that country side". New York is where I'd rather stay, I get allergic smelling hay, I just adore a penthouse view, doll I love you, but give me back Avenue. The stores, the chores, fresh air, town square. You are my wife, 'GOOD BY CITY LIFE'. Green Acres we are there. What a memory I have....

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I JUST adore a penthouse view! Darlin' I love ya but give me park avenue! You are my wife! Goodbye city life! Green acres...

"Green Acres is the place to be.... farm livin' is the life for me..." Lisa (Eva Gabor) and Oliver (Eddie Albert) Douglass moved from Manhattan, New York, to Hooterville.

65-71 A New York attorney and his wife try to live as genteel farmers in the bizarre community of Hooterville.

Green Acres ¨ new york is where I´d rather be.

Green Acres is an American sitcom starring Eddie Albert and Eva Gabor as a couple who move from New York City to a rural country farm.

Green Acres was set in Hooterville. In Green Acres, Oliver Wendell Douglas was a lawyer, who decided to get close to nature and buy a 160-acre run down farm in the Hooterville Along with him, came his extravagant wife, Lisa, who wanted nothing to do with farm life, she preferred living in New York.

....people let me tell ya bout my best friend....lol that was part of the theme song to the show

Green Acres is an American television series starring Eddie Albert and Eva Gabor as a couple who move from New York City to a country farm. Produced by Filmways as a sister show to Petticoat Junction, the series was broadcast on CBS from September 15, 1965 through April 27, 1971.

Green Acres has "aged" better than most of the other sitcoms from its era. I loved shows like "Gilligan's Island" and "Bewitched" when I was a kid, but I wouldn't watch them now. But "Green Acres" is still funny enough to watch even now, as an adult.

Green Acres! Is the place to be...Farm living is the life for me....land spreading out so far and wide...keep Manhatten just give me that countryside!!