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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

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

Mr Ed - the talking horse and Wilbur Post

Mr. Ed, the Talking Horse T.V. Show

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.

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.

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!

Mister Ed... memories....

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

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

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

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

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.

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

If you want to get published or be a successful self-published author, the cart has to be put before the horse. Must build platform first/simultaneously while writing book.