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Green Acres (1965 - 1971)

Green Acres (1965 - 1971)




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A popular, broadly played hoot about a city couple enjoying life down on the farm. The show came on the heels of `Petticoat Junction' and `The Beverly Hillbillies,' making CBS the place to be for cornpone comedy in the 1960s. Regulars from `Acres' and `Junction' routinely crossed over---easy enough since both series were set in the town of Hooterville.

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1970, CBS, 26 episodes

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1969, CBS, 26 episodes

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1968, CBS, 26 episodes

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1967, CBS, 30 episodes

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1966, CBS, 30 episodes

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1965, CBS, 32 episodes


Eddie Albert
as Oliver Wendell Douglas
Eva Gabor
as Lisa Douglas
Pat Buttram
as Mr. Haney
Tom Lester
as Eb Dawson
Frank Cady
as Sam Drucker
Alvy Moore
as Hank Kimball
Hank Patterson
as Fred Ziffell
Sid Melton
as Alf Monroe
Mary Grace Canfield
as Ralph Monroe
Kay E. Kuter
as Newt Kiley
Judith McConnell
as Darlene Wheeler
Barbara Pepper
as Doris Ziffel
Fran Ryan
as Doris Ziffel
Eleanor Audley
as Mother Douglas
Robert Foulk
as Roy Trendell
Hal Smith
as Harry Bleedwell
Chanin Hale
as Postal Clerk #1
Rick Lenz
as Young Student
Merie Earle
as Sarah Hotchkiss Trendell
Bea Benaderet
as Kate Bradley
Rufe Davis
as Floyd Smoot
Phil Gordon
as Carl Flint
Craig Huebing
as Mr. Peterson
Smiley Burnette
as Charley Pratt
Jesse White
as George Jenkins
Frank Ferguson
as Harvey Jackson
Patience Cleveland
as Miss Hanson
Lori Saunders
as Bobbie Jo
Pat Cranshaw
as Grandpa
Robert Nichols
as Postal Clerk #2
Frederic Downs
as Mr. Harrison
Jay Jostyn
as Harold Gilmore
Myrna Hansen
as Ingrid Hilda
Robert Rockwell
as Prof. Rockwell
John Daly
as Narrator
Garry Walberg
as Deputy Sheriff
Peggy Russell
as Agnes Cudahy
Jeff DeBenning
as Mr. Clement
Tom Lowell
as TV Announcer
Parley Baer
as Webster
Bob Hastings
as Telephone Man
Jack Wagner
as Announcer
John Wheeler
as Mr. Dabney
Jack Bannon
as Student
Jane Connell
as Clara Burton
Walter S. Baldwin
as Grandpappy Miller
Cindy Eilbacher
as Young Girl
George Ives
as Principal
Larry D. Mann
as Sam Fogel
Fabian Dean
as Painter
Edwin Max
as Driver
Howard I. Smith
as Judge Murdock
Tom D'Andrea
as Sergeant
Lyle Talbot
as Bennett
Christopher Shea
as 10-Year-Old Wizard
Ketty Lester
as Operator
Gordon Jump
as Surveyor
Al Lanti
as Phil the Workman
John Harmon
as Jack Parker
Emory Parnell
as Sheriff Blake
Dave Barry
as Insurance Man
Bob Jellison
as Roland Wilson
Ray Teal
as Mr. Grimes
Herbert Anderson
as Mr. Wurthwaxer
Allan Melvin
as Mr. Wheeler
Helen Kleeb
as Mrs. Maxwell
Emmaline Henry
as Lillian Grant
Sam Edwards
as Wally Wilkins
Damian O'Flynn
as Desk Clerk
Owen Cunningham
as Rev. Clements
Ivor Barry
as Chauffer
Jay Sommers
as Teleplay
Virginia Sale
as Selma Plout
Robert Noble
as Newscaster
Bert Holland
as Conductor
Don Keefer
as Carl Kelly
Elsie Baker
as Old Lady
Kristin Nelson
as Carol Kenworthy
Joe Higgins
as Sheriff
Peter Leeds
as Moving Man
John Qualen
as Appleby
Arthur Peterson
as Dr. Stuart
Roy Roberts
as Governor
Allison McKay
as Plumber's Wife
Lilia Skala
as Lisa's Mom
Bill McLean
as Lineman
Trudi Ames
as High School Girl
Nora Denney
as Operator
Buddy Foster
as Emory Duckin
Jack Perkins
as Police Officer
Paula Morgan
as Miss Hawkney
Alan Baxter
as Deputy Sheriff
Richard Deacon
as Oglethorpe
Skip Young
as Campaign Worker
Joe Hernandez
as Race Announcer
Dave Ketchum
as Photographer
Stanley Farrar
as Dr. Fillmore
Tony Fraser
as Horace Milford
John "Red" Fox
as Second Tanker
James Seay
as Man #2
Linda Kaye
as Betty Jo
Sam Weston
as Farm Man
Hal Baylor
as Policeman
Jan Arvan
as Governor's Secretary
Jack Bailey
as Announcer
Robert S. Carson
as Sen. Hansen
Ray Kellogg
as Bailiff
Ted Fish
as Deputy
Robert Sampson
as Police Officer
Tommy Roe
as Tadpole Talbot
Howard Wendell
as Bennington
Norman Leavitt
as Telephone Man
Leslie McRae
as Hula Girl
Jordan Rhodes
as Dr. Livermore
Debi Storm
as Martha
George Furth
as Mark Allan
Elaine Joyce
as Ex-Secretary
Mary Treen
as Operator
Henry Oliver
as Genessee
Chris Anders
as German #2
Cliff Norton
as Harry Grant
Iris Adrian
as Mrs. Bennett
Richard Hale
as Carl Hinkley
Stuart Erwin
as Johnson
Hal Riddle
as Farley
Barbara Morrison
as Mrs. Wilson
Lennie Bremen
as Bartender
William Lanteau
as Registrar
Willis Bouchey
as Mr. Felton
Vinton Haworth
as Dr. Faber
Lester Dorr
as Mr. Collins
Les Brown Jr.
as Sergeant
Donald Curtis
as Curly Robins
Raymond Kark
as Frank Finney
Sarah Selby
as Mrs. Hockmeister
Barbara Drew
as Secretary
Dave Willock
as Bennington
Michael Keenan
as German #3
Al Lewis
as Charlie
Sid Gross
as Sternweiss
Harold Ayer
as Sheriff
Gary Dubin
as Gilbert
Renie Riano
as Stewardess
Gail Bonney
as Mrs. Miller
Leo Fuchs
as Old Gent
Herb Voland
as Carling
Robert Strauss
as Native American
John Lawrence
as Moving Man #1
Joe E. Tata
as Bellboy
Joe Conley
as Policeman
Dave Morick
as Policeman
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Series Details

TV Network: CBS
Premiere Date: Sep 15, 1965
Genre: Comedy
Executive Producer: Paul Henning
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