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'''Green Acres''' is an American TV comedy that ran on CBS from September 15, 1965 to April 27, 1971 on CBS. It starred [[Eddie Albert]] as a Manhattan lawyer and his socialite wife (played by [[Eva Gabor]]) who moved to a small dilapidated farm near the remote town of Hooterville, where they were surrounded by eccentric townsfolk. It was set in the same fictional reality as the TV shows ''The Beverly Hillbillies'' and ''Petticoat Junction''.
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'''Green Acres''' is an American TV comedy that ran on CBS from September 15, 1965 to April 27, 1971 on CBS. It starred Eddie Albert as a Manhattan lawyer and Eva Gabor as his socialite wife who move to a small dilapidated farm near the remote town of Hooterville, where they were surrounded by eccentric townsfolk. It was set in the same fictional reality as the TV shows ''[[The Beverly Hillbillies]]'' and ''Petticoat Junction''.
   
The cast included character actors [[Pat Buttram]] and [[Sid Melton]] (from [[Lost Continent|''Lost Continent'']] and [[Radar Secret Service|''Radar Secret Service'']]).
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The recurring cast included character actors [[Pat Buttram]] and [[Sid Melton]].
   
 
==Season 1==
 
==Season 1==
* [[The Crawling Eye|''The Crawling Eye'']] - "It's Mister Haney!" <br> Joel thinks that a character resembles Mr. Haney, who was played by actor Pat Buttram
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* ''[[MST3K 101 - The Crawling Eye|The Crawling Eye]]'' - "It's Mister Haney!"<br />Joel thinks that a character resembles Mr. Haney, who was played by actor Pat Buttram
   
 
==Season 5==
 
==Season 5==
* [[Eegah|''Eegah'']] - Joel and the Bots create a device that plays the incidental rural music of the show.
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* ''[[MST3K 506 - Eegah|Eegah]]'' - Joel and the Bots create a device that plays the incidental rural music of the show.
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* [[MST3K 517 - Beginning of the End|''Beginning of the End'']] - When actor [[Hank Patterson]] (who played Fred Ziffel) appears, the SOL crew mimics the ''Green Acres'' incidental music.
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* ''[[MST3K 518 - The Atomic Brain|The Atomic Brain]]'' - In the final host segment, Crow explores how the ''Green Acres'' character Hank Kimball might behave if he found himself in the same position as Dr. Richard Kimble from ''The Fugitive''.
   
 
==Season 6==
 
==Season 6==
* [[Bloodlust!|''Bloodlust!'']] - "A very special Ziffel family reunion." <br> The Ziffels were natives of Hooterville that raised a pig (Arnold) as their son.
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* ''[[MST3K 607 - Bloodlust!|Bloodlust!]]'' - "A very special Ziffel family reunion."<br />The Ziffels were natives of Hooterville that raised a pig (Arnold) as their son.
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==''[[Mystery Science Theater 3000: The Movie]]''==
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* As Cal's airplane burns out and begins to crash, a shot of a farm field with a water tower prompts Crow to blurt out "Green Acres!"
 
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Latest revision as of 15:11, 17 September 2019

Green Acres is an American TV comedy that ran on CBS from September 15, 1965 to April 27, 1971 on CBS. It starred Eddie Albert as a Manhattan lawyer and Eva Gabor as his socialite wife who move to a small dilapidated farm near the remote town of Hooterville, where they were surrounded by eccentric townsfolk. It was set in the same fictional reality as the TV shows The Beverly Hillbillies and Petticoat Junction.

The recurring cast included character actors Pat Buttram and Sid Melton.

Season 1

  • The Crawling Eye - "It's Mister Haney!"
    Joel thinks that a character resembles Mr. Haney, who was played by actor Pat Buttram

Season 5

  • Eegah - Joel and the Bots create a device that plays the incidental rural music of the show.
  • Beginning of the End - When actor Hank Patterson (who played Fred Ziffel) appears, the SOL crew mimics the Green Acres incidental music.
  • The Atomic Brain - In the final host segment, Crow explores how the Green Acres character Hank Kimball might behave if he found himself in the same position as Dr. Richard Kimble from The Fugitive.

Season 6

  • Bloodlust! - "A very special Ziffel family reunion."
    The Ziffels were natives of Hooterville that raised a pig (Arnold) as their son.

Mystery Science Theater 3000: The Movie

  • As Cal's airplane burns out and begins to crash, a shot of a farm field with a water tower prompts Crow to blurt out "Green Acres!"
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