Bamboo Harvester, or more commonly known by his stage name, Mister Ed..
Connie Haines as 'Carol Post' & Bamboo Harvester as 'Mister Ed' on Mister Ed (1961-66, CBS)
Alan Young (Wilbur) and Ed AKA Bamboo Harvester ( his real name).
Though there is confusion on which Palomino horse was represented for different credits, it was animal actor Bamboo Harvester (d.1970), who appeared on ...
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Bamboo Harvester, also known as Mr Ed.
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Bamboo Harvester as Mister Ed
American horse and comic actor Bamboo Harvester (1949 - 1970) holds a baseball bat
Alan Young co-starred with Connie Hines and Mr Ed (Bamboo Harvester),
The first Mr. Ed (aka “Bamboo Harvester”) and unnamed friend, 1964 (via corbis)
Classic Television Showbiz: Mister Ed (1962), portrayed by Bamboo Harvester.
Bamboo Harvester and Connie Hines - Mr Ed and Carol Post Animal Actor. Mister Ed
One of TV's most favorite horses, even decades later, Mr. Ed wasn't even actually named Mr. Ed. The horse Bamboo Harvester ...
You will notice that Ed always wears a halter or bridle when he talks. That was to allow the string to be run into his mouth. However, the horse was so ...
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Alan Young goes on a horseback riding vacation with Mister Ed
Alan Young as Wilbur Post with Bamboo Harvester as Mister Ed. Image via www.
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There was a time when a crowd-sourced show would have us dealing with five or six team-made Bamboo Harvester categories. And maybe like one category about ...
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Ed with his co-star, Alan Young
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It was a show about a talking horse, because people were more easily entertained in the 1960s, or possibly more drunk.
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A talented horse who could talk to his friend Wilbur, played by Alan Young. It was a horse named Bamboo Harvester who took the role of Mister Ed, ...
Lane generally performed with his own horse, Black Jack. He was a popular Western performer in the 1940s and 50s and once starred in the series Red Ryder.
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... Western B-movie star Allen "Rocky" Lane was a native of neighboring Mishawaka, Indiana. The screen cowboy gave Mister Ed his distinctive voice.
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His name was Bamboo Harvester and he was already famous when he stepped onto the Hollywood scene. TV's most famous horse was ...
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And who can forget Mister Ed, the mischievous talking horse played expertly by palomino actor Bamboo Harvester? This Mr. Ed was never behaving as a horse ...
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And it turns out I was confusing him with Buck Rogers, so that explains why a time traveler (or spaceman?) would be training horses, then. Bamboo Harvester ...
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Arched Bamboo after drying
Connie Hines US actress and Alan Young US actor with Bamboo Harvester in a publicity portrait
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... who we sadly just lost this week) and his horse, Ed. The twist was that Ed could TALK, a skill he kept hidden from everyone else but Wilbur.
British-born Canadian actor Alan Young and the palomino horse Bamboo Harvester in a promotional
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Bamboo harvesters navigate rapids on rafts while Lao fishermen risk death casting their nets into a roaring waterfall.
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'Mister Ed' still airs in reruns a half century after its original run on. '
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Mister Ed's original name was "Bamboo Harvester." and he was a show and parade horse. The palomino gelding was foaled in California in 1949.
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