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La De Da -A Nickelodeon for Six Voices-

(Lights up; we are aboard the Starship Enterprise.)

Eddie Albert:  When I agreed to Green Acres, I said to the writers, no livestock; well they paid no attention and wouldn’t ya know the first thing they did- 541 more words

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Preview: Green Acres - Season Five (DVD)

Head back to Hooterville hilarity with Green Acres: Season Five, starring Eddie Albert and Eva Gabor!

Leaving the bright lights of New York City behind them, Oliver Douglas (Albert) and his wife Lisa (Gabor) discover some of the most eccentric characters and zany situations in all of television history. 57 more words

Preview

The Fuller Brush Girl (1950)

This Frank Tashlin script starring Lucille Ball can best be described in a couple ways. Firstly it’s like a Jerry Lewis movie minus Jerry in the lead role. 622 more words

Daily Take

I'm a Fool (1954, Don Medford)

I’m a Fool gets off to a somewhat promising, somewhat precarious start. Eddie Albert is an onscreen narrator–precarious–talking about his younger days–his younger self played by James Dean–promising. 440 more words

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Green Acres: The Complete Series (1965-71)

Plot: Oliver Douglas (Eddie Albert) is a successful attorney in Manhattan, but he has been worn down by the fast paced, complicated urban lifestyle. He dreams of a laid back life where he works with his hands, though his wife Lisa (Eva Gabor) adores the wonders of big city existence. 584 more words

TV

You Gotta Stay Happy (1948, H.C. Potter)

It takes You Gotta Stay Happy a while to get there, but it’s actually a road movie. Well, it’s flying movie. Owner-operator James Stewart flies his cargo plane from New York to California with a number of paying passengers (a no no), with co-pilot Eddie Albert doing most of the ticket sales. 894 more words

Classics

5 best moments in Columbo Dead Weight

Despite it boasting a high-calibre cast including Suzanne Pleschette and Eddie Albert, Dead Weight, the third episode of Columbo‘s first season, never quite caught imaginations in the same way as… 667 more words

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