Mister Ed (I) (1949–1968)


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Mister Ed was born in El Monte, California, and his real name was Bamboo Harvester. He was a palomino show horse that had his own show. On the Mr. Ed show, he played a talking horse that only spoke to his owner Wilber. Bamboo Harvester actually had a stunt double who stepped in often. He died in 1968 in Snodgrass Farm, Talequah, Oklahoma, USA. See full bio »

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1961-1966

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 1961-1966 Mister Ed (TV Series)
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- Ed Goes to College (1966) ... Himself
- Cherokee Ed (1966) ... Himself
- Ed and the Motorcycle (1966) ... Himself
- Ed the Bridegroom (1965) ... Himself
- Don't Skin That Bear (1965) ... Himself
 1962 The Andy Williams Show (TV Series)
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While "Mr. Ed" was supposedly an 8 year old horse in the series, he was actually 11 when the series first went on the air, and 17 when it ran for the last time in 1966. Shortly after that, his health began failing. Arthritis and kidney problems made it difficult to get up and lay down, and Ed broke his leg. But 2 short years after the series ended, he had to be put down. 'Bamboo Harvester' was 19... See more »

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