CTVA US Comedy - "Mister Ed" (Filmways/CBS) Season 5 (1964-65)

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Starring Alan Young & Connie Hines
Season 5 (CBS) (1964-65)
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 5 1964-65 ###############
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CBS Sundays (26 episodes)

5.1 [105] Mister Ed: HI-FI HORSE
4Oct64 CBS Sun
Carol complains that the stereo Wilbur bought for their anniversary is not a personal-enough gift.

5.2 [106] Mister Ed: ED, THE POOL PLAYER
11Oct64 CBS Sun
Colonel Kirkwood gets in over his head with pool sharks and Ed races to the rescue.

5.3 [107] Mister Ed: ED WRITES DEAR ABBY
18Oct64 CBS Sun
Ed writes Dear Abby because he wants his own bachelor stall--down at the stables.

5.4 [108] Mister Ed: ED'S TUNNEL TO FREEDOM
25Oct64 CBS Sun
Wilbur teaches Ed a lesson by locking him in his stall for stealing brownies and pies from the kitchen window.

5.5 [109] Mister Ed: MY HORSE, THE RANGER
13Dec64 CBS Sun
(rerun 16Jun65)
While Carol prepares a Girl Ranger outing, Wilbur is asked to take Boy Rangers on a similar trip--and Ed
wants to go along.
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Moves to Wednesdays
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5.6 [110] Mister Ed: JON PROVIST MEETS MR. ED
16Dec64 CBS Wed
(rerun 9Jun65)
Jon Provost stars as the pitcher for Wilbur's little league baseball team -- but almost misses the game.

5.7 [111] Mister Ed: THE HEAVY RIDER
30Dec64 CBS Wed
A shopping mall investor needs an architect, and Wilbur is suggested. When the 300-pound investor wants to
ride Ed, Wilbur sees no problem.

5.8 [112] Mister Ed: ED, THE PILOT
6Jan65 CBS Wed
When Wilbur and Kirkwood decide to buy a plane, Ed wants to learn to fly.

5.9 [113] Mister Ed: THE ANIMAL JURY
13Jan65 CBS Wed
Wilbur's Aunt comes to visit with her pet parrot. When the bird shows up in the pet store, Ed tries to convince
Wilbur the cat did it.

5.10 [114] Mister Ed: WHAT KIND OF FOAL AM I?
20Jan65 CBS Wed
Carol's father comes to visit, which makes Ed want to find his father. Naturally, Wilbur is enlisted to lead the search.

5.11 [115] Mister Ed: ED, THE RACE HORSE
27Jan65 CBS Wed
Colonel Kirkwood takes up horseback riding and has found a favorite (and fast) horse to ride. He challenges Wilbur
and Ed to a race...

5.12 [116] Mister Ed: ED'S JUICE STAND
3Feb65 CBS Wed
While Colonel Kirkwood searches for a small business to buy, Ed opens his own.

5.13 [117] Mister Ed: LIKE FATHER, LIKE HORSE
10Feb65 CBS Wed
The joke is on Ed when he tries to play a prank on Colonel Kirkwood.

5.14 [118] Mister Ed: ED, THE STOWAWAY
17Feb65 CBS Wed
The Posts and the Kirkwoods are on their way for what they think will be a vacation without Ed.

5.15 [119] Mister Ed: NEVER RIDE HORSES
24Feb65 CBS Wed
When Carol's father is visiting the Posts, Ed decides that people should not ride horses.

5.16 [120] Mister Ed: ED, THE SENTRY
3Mar65 CBS Wed
Carol develops an allergy to horses and Ed volunteers himself for Air Force sentry duty.

5.17 [121] Mister Ed: ED'S DICTION TEACHER
10Mar65 CBS Wed
Wilbur accidentally pulls the stuffing out of a little toy horse. When he discusses stuffing "the horse,"
Ed goes into shock.

5.18 [122] Mister Ed: ED, THE GOD FATHER
17Mar65 CBS Wed
A neighbor's filly is having a colt while her owner is away. Ed brings her home, pleased to become a godfather.

5.19 [123] Mister Ed: ED'S CONTACT LENSES
24Mar65 CBS Wed
When Ed is spotted wearing glasses in public, he decides it is time to get contacts.

5.20 [124] Mister Ed: THE DRAGON HORSE
31Mar65 CBS Wed
Items collected for an auction and stored in Ed's barn reveal a fierce looking creature.

5.21 [125] Mister Ed: ED'S COLD TAIL
7Apr65 CBS Wed
Ed wants a heater for the barn, but Wilbur is in a bind when Carol needs a new refrigerator.

5.22 [126] Mister Ed: THE BANK ROBBERY
14Apr65 CBS Wed
Ed unwittingly becomes the "drop" for stolen money, taken from a bank where Wilbur was making a deposit.

5.23 [127] Mister Ed: MY HORSE, THE MAILMAN
28Apr65 CBS Wed
When Wilbur designs a spot office which includes a Pony Express statue, Ed becomes obsessed with the idea
that his ancestors used to deliver mail.

5.24 [128] Mister Ed: WHISKERS AND TAILS
5May65 CBS Wed
Ed is worried by the new neighbor, an archaeology professor who has a mustache and a beard.

5.25 [129] Mister Ed: ROBIN HOOD ED
12May65 CBS Wed
A movie producer seeks an unknown to play Robin Hood in his movie, and Carol convinces Wilbur to try out.

5.26 [130] Mister Ed: ED, THE ARTIST
19May65 CBS Wed
Feeling unfulfilled as a horse, Ed takes up painting. An unattractive portrait of Carol could possibly win him
the fame he seeks.

[--] 9Jun65 rerun of "Jon Provost Meets Mr. Ed" (first aired 16Dec64)
[--] 16Jun65 rerun of "My Horse The Ranger" (first aired 13Dec64)

 

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