Alan Young–Wilbur Post on “Mister Ed”

by | Mar 1, 2004

Alan Young–who played Wilbur Post on “Mister Ed”–discusses the classic TV series starring his chatty Palomino pal, including how the horse appeared to talk, and about Young’s long and storied career before & after “Mister Ed” in stand-up, television (Emmy winner) and film. Now 84, Young currently provides the voice of Scrooge McDuck–this & his “Mister Ed” experience may make him the quintessential “Talking Animals” guest! []

Mitch Hedberg’s “Smackie The Frog” []
MUSIC: The Shins’ “Mine’s Not A High Horse,” “Mister Ed Theme,” The Thrills’  “One Horse Town,” Me,” instrumentals
NAME THAT ANIMAL TUNE: America’s “Horse With No Name”

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