Mister Ed: Season One

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Special Features

Closed Caption; Interviews with stars Alan Young and Connie Hines; Audio commentary on the pilot episode with Alan Young and Connie Hines
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 10/6/2009
  • UPC: 826663114768
  • Rating:

  • Source: Shout Factory
  • Region Code: 1
  • Presentation: Slip Sleeve / Full Frame
  • Time: 13:00:00
  • Format: DVD
  • Sales rank: 18,402


Disc #1 -- Mister Ed: Season One
   Play All
      Episode 1 Audio Commentary by Alan Young & Connie Hines: On
      Episode 1 Audio Commentary by Alan Young & Connie Hines: Off
   Select Episode
      Episode 1 - "The First Meeting": Play Episode
         Episode 1 Audio Commentary by Alan Young & Connie Hines: On
         Episode 1 Audio Commentary by Alan Young & Connie Hines: Off
      Episode 2 - "The Ventriloquist": Play Episode
      Episode 3 - "Busy Wife": Play Episode
      Episode 4 - "Kiddy Park": Play Episode
      Episode 5 - "Stable for Three": Play Episode
      Episode 6 - "Sorority House": Play Episode
      Episode 7 - "Ed the Lover": Play Episode
      Episode 8 - "The Pageant Show": Play Episode
Disc #2 -- Mister Ed: Season One
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   Select Episode
      Episode 9 - "The Aunt": Play Episode
      Episode 10 - "The Missing Statue": Play Episode
      Episode 11 - "Ed the Witness": Play Episode
      Episode 12 - "Ed's Mother": Play Episode
      Episode 13 - "Ed the Tout": Play Episode
      Episode 14 - "Ed the Songwriter": Play Episode
      Episode 15 - "Ed the Stoolpigeon": Play Episode
      Episode 16 - "Psychoanalyst Show": Play Episode
Disc #3 -- Mister Ed: Season One
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   Select Episode
      Episode 17 - "A Man for Velma": Play Episode
      Episode 18 - "Ed's New Shoes": Play Episode
      Episode 19 - "Little Boy": Play Episode
      Episode 20 - "Ed Agrees to Talk": Play Episode
      Episode 21 - "The Mustache": Play Episode
      Episode 22 - "The Other Woman": Play Episode
      Episode 23 - "Ed Cries Wolf": Play Episode
      Episode 24 - "The Contest": Play Episode
Disc #4 -- Mister Ed: Season One
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   Select Episode
      Episode 25 - "Pine Lake Lodge": Play Episode
      Episode 26 - "Wiblur Sells Ed": Play Episode
      "A Horse Tale" A Look Back at the Making of Mr. Ed with Alan Young and Connie Hines
      Studebaker Commercial
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  • Posted October 1, 2010

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    The whit of animals

    In this we see that animals can have personality traits. Ed the fun lovable horse has a clever witty tongue. He tries to resemble his owner Wilbur Post and finds that nothing but trouble comes his way. Wilbur's wife Carol always feels second fiddle next to that horse. The neighbors Addison and Kaye always have there own tender moments with Carol and Wilbur however Addison most of the time finds that he complains to much of Ed being a nuisance. It shows that with are no animals that they to can have personality traits.

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