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    How did they make Mr. Ed Talk ?http://www.straightdope.com/columns/read/383/how-did-they-get-mr-ed-to-talk

    Mister Ed, Alan Young

    Mr. Ed the talking horse 1960 TV show. Interview with Mr. Ed - Horse Facts and Horse Trivia

    Mister Ed... memories....

    Mr Ed playing chess on the 1960 TV show drbj.hubpages.com...

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    A horse is a horse, of course, of course…but no horse was as unique as Mr. Ed, the talking horse. The Palomino actually did most of his own stunts and received the on-screen credit: Mr. Ed, Himself. How did they get him to talk? The horse was fed a mouthful of peanut butter, which he loved. He would lick his lips continually which gave the impression that he was speaking.

    Mr. Ed. I still remember the theme song.

    Mr. Ed the talking horse - Mr. Ed was a parade and show horse, named "Bamboo Harvester". He was foaled in 1949 in El Monte, California. The Mister Ed Company bought him & had been owned by the president of the California Palomino Society.

    Technically not a person, but who wouldn't want to share a beer with a talking horse?! Not to mention one who was the star of his own TV show (1958-66) and shares my name!

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    Mr. Ed is a horse, of course, an incredible talking horse, of course.. Reading..

    Mr. Ed, the talking horse, & Pal, 1960's.

    Mr Ed The Talking Horse singing The Empty Feed Bag Blues ...just too funny!!!

    Mister Ed. Such a great show. It aired from 1961 to 1966 on CBS. Alan Young who played Wilbur Post had his own tv show and was on radio before doing Mister Ed.

    "Branding a Storyteller: Horse Talk and Common Sense" by Katherine Kotaw

    1960s television shows - Google Search - Mr. Ed, the Talking Horse

    The Famous Mr. Ed #talking #horse #TV show

    TV show we watched as kids...Mister Ed..the talking horse!

    Mr. Ed (The Talking Horse) One of my regulars! Made more sense then - and now - than most of televisions 'prime' time gross exageration of 'talent!'