CTVA US Comedy - "Mister Ed" (Filmways/Syndication) Season 1 (Early 1961)

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Starring Alan Young & Connie Hines
Season 1 (Syndication) (Early 1961)
Episode Guide compiled by The Classic TV Archive
with contributions by:
references:
TV Guide /   Library of Congress (telnet://locis.loc.gov)
Internet Movie Database (http://us.imdb.com)
UCLA Film and Television Archive


################# Mister Ed ##################
########### Season 1 early 1961 ##############
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First-Run Syndication  (26 episodes)


1.1 [--] Mister Ed: THE FIRST MEETING
3Jan61 First-Run Syndicated Airdate
Wilbur is shocked as the horse in his barn starts talking to him -- and his wife and neighbors are even more shocked.

1.2 [--] Mister Ed: THE VENTRILOQUIST
10Jan61 First-Run Syndicated Airdate
Ed gets Wilbur into trouble as he tries to win a contract to build a clubhouse

1.3 [--] Mister Ed: BUSY WIFE
17Jan61 First-Run Syndicated Airdate
Carol catches the club woman bug and neglects Wilbur--who finally cures her with the help of Ed.

1.4 [--] Mister Ed: KIDDY PARK
24Jan61 First-Run Syndicated Airdate
Insulted by vacation plans that don't include him, Ed runs away to start a new life.

1.5 [--] Mister Ed: STABLE FOR THREE
31Jan61 First-Run Syndicated Airdate
Ed becomes a nuisance by knocking over a barbecue and eating Carol's planted vegetables. Wilbur and Addison both
end up sleeping in the barn.

1.6 [--] Mister Ed: SORORITY HOUSE
7Feb61 First-Run Syndicated Airdate
Wilbur must come to Ed's rescue when he serves as a mascot--only to be stolen by the rival team.

1.7 [--] Mister Ed: ED, THE LOVER
14Feb61 First-Run Syndicated Airdate
Ed balks at playing in a western--but the filly star falls in love with him and Wilbur persuades the talking
horse to return to the set.

1.8 [--] Mister Ed: THE PAGEANT _aka_ PAGEANT SHOW
21Feb61 First-Run Syndicated Airdate
Wilbur upsets Ed when he removes an extension phone from the barn, but Ed plays tricks on Wilbur and Carol.

1.9 [--] Mister Ed: THE AUNT
28Feb61 First-Run Syndicated Airdate
Wilbur's long-needed vacation is disturbed by the arrival of a tireless aunt--with her talking parrot.

1.10 [--] Mister Ed: MISSING STATUE
7Mar61 First-Run Syndicated Airdate
Wilbur decides an antique statue is a small price to pay to avoid Carol's fish diet.

1.11 [--] Mister Ed: ED, THE WITNESS
14Mar61 First-Run Syndicated Airdate
When Wilbur languishes in a Mexican jail for refusing to pay a repair bill to a mechanic who damaged his trailer,
Ed comes to the rescue.

1.12 [--] Mister Ed: ED'S MOTHER
21Mar61 First-Run Syndicated Airdate
Ed bids for his mother at an auction when he finds that she has been working as a plow horse on a farm.

1.13 [--] Mister Ed: ED, THE TOUT
28Mar61 First-Run Syndicated Airdate
With Ed's help, Wilbur picks a winning racehorse for Carol and his neighbors--but they bet on a nag that Wilbur
has mistakenly circled.

1.14 [--] Mister Ed: ED, THE SONGWRITER
4Apr61 First-Run Syndicated Airdate
Through an elaborate ruse, Wilbur has a music publisher record a song composed, written and sung by Ed.

1.15 [--] Mister Ed: ED, THE STOOLPIGEON
11Apr61 First-Run Syndicated Airdate
Jealous because Wilbur and Carol have adopted a poodle as a pet, Ed contrives to get the pup into trouble.

1.16 [--] Mister Ed: PSYCHOANALYST SHOW
18Apr61 First-Run Syndicated Airdate
Ed develops a fear of high places and Wilbur engages a psychiatrist to cure him. However, everyone thinks it's
Wilbur who has the problem.

1.17 [--] Mister Ed: A MAN FOR VELMA
25Apr61 First-Run Syndicated Airdate
The Posts hire a very good cook who threatens to quit because there are no eligible men on the premises.

1.18 [--] Mister Ed: ED'S NEW SHOES
2May61 First-Run Syndicated Airdate
A handyman hired by Wilbur to give Ed new shoes creates pandemonium when he squirts water on a photographer for
a fancy magazine.

1.19 [--] Mister Ed: LITTLE BOY
9May61 First-Run Syndicated Airdate
At a party arranged by Carol for the neighborhood boys, Ed ends the ostracism of a new boy by proving his bravery
to the others.

1.20 [--] Mister Ed: ED AGREES TO TALK
16May61 First-Run Syndicated Airdate
Ed charges he is being mistreated by Carol--because she has him hitched to a surrey when Wilbur refuses to buy her a car.

1.21 [--] Mister Ed: THE MUSTACHE
23May61 First-Run Syndicated Airdate
Addison convinces Wilbur that he can land a pending architectural job--if he only would make himself look older.

1.22 [--] Mister Ed: THE OTHER WOMAN
30May61 First-Run Syndicated Airdate
To Carol's dismay, Wilbur utters another woman's name in his sleep. She is relieved to discover it is the name of
a horse Ed wants Wilbur to buy.

1.23 [--] Mister Ed: THE CONTEST
6Jun61 First-Run Syndicated Airdate
Ed tutors Wilbur for a $5,000 jackpot. Ed talks on the phone, studies reference books and even foreign languages
for the contest.

1.24 [--] Mister Ed: WILBUR SELLS ED
13Jun61 First-Run Syndicated Airdate
Ed falls in love with a filly owned by a big builder and convinces Wilbur to sell him, almost ruining Wilbur's contract.

1.25 [--] Mister Ed: ED CRIES WOLF
20Jun61 First-Run Syndicated Airdate
Ed tells fibs to get Wilbur to play chess with him; therefore Wilbur doesn't believe him when Ed tells him
there really is a thief in the house.

1.26 [--] Mister Ed: PINE LAKE LODGE
27Jun61 First-Run Syndicated Airdate
Wilbur and Carol go to Pine Lake Lodge on a vacation, leaving Ed behind--despite of his protests.

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