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Mister Ed: Season 3

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  • Actors: Alan Young, Connie Hines
  • Directors: Arthur Lubin
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Box set, Color, Full Screen, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 4
  • Rated: Unrated
  • Studio: Shout! Factory
  • DVD Release Date: June 1, 2010
  • Run Time: 780 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (28 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0038SUBBO
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #23,713 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
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"What am I going to do with you?" an exasperated Wilbur Post (Alan Young) asks his best friend, the talking horse Mister Ed, at one point in this third season. "Love me," Ed replies. How can you not? He may be a slacker who devotes his days to eating and sleeping when he's not sleeping and eating, but Ed has a heart of gold and is devoted to Wilbur, the only human being to whom he will speak. Coming off its Golden Globe-winning second season, Mister Ed trots along with genuinely funny episodes that are of more than nostalgic entertainment for boomers. Children will surely delight in the mischief Ed makes, whether its pilfering apples from cheapskate neighbor Roger (Larry Keating), teaming with Wilbur to foil a couple of card sharks, or helping a performing elephant regain her confidence. What keeps Mister Ed's fantastic premise grounded is that the series does take place in the real world. There are various pop culture references to fads and personalities of the day, including the twist, iconic news team Huntley and Brinkley, and the Kennedy clan ("On my day off I wouldn't allow young Caroline on my back," Ed states in "Ed and the Secret Service"). As the great character actor Hans Conreid, portraying a temperamental artist, proclaims in "Ed and Paul Revere," "That horse is magnificent." But not for nothing was Mister Ed honored with a TV Land Award for Most Heart Warming Pet-Human Relationship. Even though it's Ed who gets top billing, it's a testament to the modest genius of the eminently likable Young that we really believe the palpable bond between Wilbur and Ed. There are episodes of the type one gets in a series' third season ("Ed Gets Amnesia," "Ed the Pilgrim," in which Ed tells the real story of Thanksgiving featuring the cast in historical roles). Better is "Horse Talk," a kind of dramatic episode in which Wilbur and Ed team up to clear the name of a handyman accused of doping a horse, and "Wilbur's Father," in which Young plays a dual role as Wilbur's 70-year-old father, whom Wilbur believes is remarrying a young gold digger. The set's lone extra is a career-spanning Internet radio interview with Young and knowledgeable and enthusiastic host Stu Shostak. The Complete Third Season comes highly recommended. Dare we say it tops our "gallop" poll. --Donald Liebenson

Product Description

Here for the first time on DVD are all 26 episodes from the third season of the classic TV sitcom.

Architect Wilbur Post (Alan Young, The Time Machine) and his wife Carol (Connie Hines) are once again up to their ears in trouble, and hilarity, with all of the mischief brought on by their meddlesome talking horse. This season Ed gets amnesia, finds himself in a lions cage (with a lion!) and experiences his first taste of show biz. Featured guest stars this season include Richard Deacon (The Dick Van Dyke Show) and Jack LaLanne. !

Bonus Features

* Audio Interview With Alan Young From Shokus Internet Radios Stus Show

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Love this one for our grandchildren to watch.
He loves watching the late movie show on his portable 60's era television.
You will find yourself laughing at that silly horse!
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Heather Frost on June 29, 2010
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I used to love this show when I was a kid, but since it was on when I was very small, I didn't remember the story lines, so it is like seeing them again, but for the first time....as an adult. Now I realize how cute and clever the show really was. I'm loving it, again, but from a whole new perspective.
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45 of 60 people found the following review helpful By arnisdaddy on September 21, 2010
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The Mr Ed Show is great and my family loves them. However,I was disappointed with the fact that the third season didn't come with the episode description booklet that the two previous seasons have. I was further made VERY angry with the opening "sneek peek" reviews of other shows that Shout Factory has on DVD that show a comedian making a crude remark about having an abortion. This is not the kind of humor you expect to see on a DVD that children are going to watch. The reviews come on automatically when you load the video and is difficult to bypass. Maybe this kind of lanquage and ideology is acceptable for some but not most middle American families. I guess I will NEVER buy another Shout Factory product again. So sad the world has come to this where people are allowed to make such comments to children without consequences, and that good people can't watch a beloved series like Mr Ed w/o having such crude humor being "CRAMMED" down our throat. And people always complain that Christians cram their religion down our throats. Shout Factory should have more sense than this. People usually buy these DVD's BECAUSE they want some of the "good old days" when that kind of garbage wasn't allowed. GOODBYE SHOUT FACTORY!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Ray TOP 500 REVIEWER on July 20, 2012
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Mister Ed is a horse. He is possibly the most famous horse in the world, due to his show's six-season run that has been constantly replayed in syndication for over half a century. But what do we really know about Mister Ed?

He is impetuous. He's single-minded in purpose. He's a tad lazy, loving to both sleep and eat. He doesn't like heavy riders. He's a Palomino who claims to be eight years old. He's a hypochondriac. He reads the newspaper, comic books and a select number of magazines. He loves watching the late movie show on his portable 60's era television. He has a real eye for the fillies. He loves carrots. He remains actively engaged with the ASPCA. And, oh yes, he can talk.

But, he only talks to Wilbur. Actually, that's not quite true, even though Mister Ed constantly repeats that claim to Wilbur ("You know I only talk to YOU!"). Mister Ed shows little to no hesitation in using the telephone to phone-order some dalliance, contact the ASPCA with a complaint, or eavesdrop on the telephone party line to catch the local gossip. (Mister Ed loves to eavesdrop on gossip, so we should add that to the above list.) All this means that, indeed, Mister Ed actually DOES talk to quite a number of people, but only when he can do so without revealing his equine identity (the exception is that he will, on occasion, talk to kids, because, in Ed's own words, "Who'll believe a kid, anyway?"). But with Wilbur Post, Mister Ed's owner, he's as garrulous a horse as you'll ever find.

And speaking of talking, did you perhaps notice the very thing that is so obvious that you might never think about it: Mister Ed's very first word to us, in every single episode, is "Hello!" "Hello! I'm Mister Ed.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Servo VINE VOICE on October 16, 2011
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The famous Mister Ed continues on a steady course with Mister Ed - The Complete Third Season. Like Mister Ed - The Complete Second Season, this 4-disc set (from Shout! Factory) features all 26 episodes unedited. Presented in Full Frame (1.33:1) video and English mono audio, the picture & sound quality, menu design and packaging is consistent with the previous season sets. Special Features include Audio Interview with Alan Young from Shokus Internet Radio's Stu's Show. The audio interview is an entertaining yet exhaustive (1:45 min.) commentary track which plays over the course of almost four whole episodes. In it, Alan takes viewers back to the early days of his career before focusing on his time on Mister Ed and later voice-over work while fielding questions and comments from fan callers. As the set's only bonus feature, the audio interview is a much appreciated extra that is substantial and truly complements the set and the show. Overall, another quality set. Highly recommended. Here are the episodes and how the discs will be configured, plus approximate runtimes.Read more ›
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