A horse is a horse of course!
Anyone remember this wonderful creature?
I heard there were many mr. eds or was that lassie? do you have a link to the mr. ed show you were on. cant find it anywhere.
I have almost every episode of Mr. Ed but maybe 4 or 5 episodes and I don’t remember seeing Peter…
thats why ive never seen it!
Great picture of a dandy guy and a wonderful horse!
I loved that Mr.Ed horses are beautiful creatures for sure .I would have luved to meet Mr.Ed it is a great pic Peter
“People yackity yack and yack (not sure how to spell yack) and waste their time ……but Mister ED will never speak unless he has something to say” Don’t remember all the lines in the song but those line always pops into my head when I hear Mr Ed. And now that I have that song playing in my head ……..:)
Years ago I use to walk my oldest daughter in her stroller and one time we were walking and I heard a snort. I looked back and it was the neighbor’s horse following us. It’s like it wanted to walk with us too. I had my daughter in her stroller, a baby in my belly, our dog on his leash and a horse :)
Nice photo opportunity for you Peter! LOL. I’m not sure if you ever were on the show. Could anybody give me some facts out there?
I would have liked to meet Mr. Ed also.
I thought they put peanut butter on his mouth not fishing line. I hope it was peanut butter.
Mister Ed was a horse, of course! Mister Ed was portrayed by 2 horses. Bamboo Harvester, and Pumpkin (His stunt double). I loved the show. I used to watch the reruns until I changed to Direct TV, and they don’t carry the channel.
I loved Mr Ed. I still do. It was one of my favorite shows. It reruns on channel 187(Los Angeles)every Sunday morning. I love classic tv. The 1960′s was the best for tv
Today is an appropriate day to say Great Britian has good horse sense, good horse team jumping sense. Congrats GB on your Olympic gold metal!
I remember watching reruns of Mr. Ed. lol. I didn’t know you were on that show. How did they get his mouth to move?
If you look closely you can see tiny wires attached to his mouth, like fishing line!
Of Course, Of Course, I remember the horse and NoOne can talk to a horse of course, that is of course, unless the horse, is the famous Mr. Ed! That’s all I have to say bout that! XOXO
That horse was very wise and insightful. Witty too. Thank goodness for channels like Nickelodeon and Antenna TV for keeping clean, innocent programs alive for us to enjoy all over again.
Herman, other than Mrs. Brown, the greyhound in your movie, what other animal actors have you worked with?
In reply to the comments about missing Peter’s episode, I believe this photo was taken during a visit to the set of Mr. Ed, and though it’s been debated a lot on the internet, I don’t believe Peter or Herman’s Hermits ever actually appeared on the show.
I think you’re right Alice! It would have been a good one though!
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I SURE DO REMEMBER THIS SHOW. IT WAS ONE OF MY ALL TIME FAVS. YOU TWO ARE SURE GOOD LOOKING GUYS.
I was 5 when that show started! I thought Mr Ed was the funnest thing at the time! Linda/Cookie
… and NoOne can talk to a horse of course! I always loved that picture… Mr. Ed and Herman!
I always watched Mr. Ed, but wouldn’t you know it? The episode I missed was the one with YOU in it! Darn! He never talked to anyone but Wilbur. Did he talk to you? Did you horse around much?
The Famous Mr.Ed!!! Oh, Wilber.
I got my daughter a horse, Duke, who looked just like Mr. Ed..but he never spoke to us..
What did you and Mr. Ed talk about??
Didn’t I just see you two win in the Olympics?
I loved Mr. Ed! And Wilburrrrr. Two classics from the 60′s – did you get to sing a duet? :-) Thx for sharing!
” I am Mr. Ed” Two of my favorites in one shot!
Sigh! Not many got to meet the two Mr. Eds, the great Mr. Ed Sullivan and Mr. Ed the Talking Horse. “Two Eds are better than one!” I vaguely recall seeing the episode of Herman and Mr. Ed together! Mr. Ed wasn’t quite the singer you are, but loved his show and sense of humor / humour.
Once interviewed a Mr. Ed, but he wasn’t a horse. Last name was Banker, but he wasn’t a banker. Had a radio show, but that wasn’t how he made his living. Mr. Ed is an unusual name, not to be horsed around with. So, did Mr. Ed give you any inside tips on the horses?
I love horses and always tuned in to watch Mr. Ed, of course! I imagine Mr. Ed gave you a nudge asking for a treat, such as a carrot, when he met you! What a nice photo of you and Mr. Ed!
I too remember the show but guess I never gave it much thought about how a horse could talk. i even remember Francis the talking mule!!!
Mr Ed. I loved that show. When I was young I could never understand how a horse could talk and never really saw his whole body. He was always in the barn with just his head showing and talking.
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