Fantastic forum! Just sad that I will not be able to participate and to both of you, DzyMsLizzy, bluesradio . . .Ashland and Angel have started packing again for another dangerous mission. I should not leak this out, but reliable sources told me that it has a lot to do with Santo Domingo and some mysterious "creature" that is causing villagers a bit of trouble. It is named, "Fire Lizard." Oops!
Western actor, Allen Lane, made over 100 movies. I loved him as the voice of Mr. Ed. The jingle "A horse is a horse, of course, of course, And no one can talk to a horse of course That is, of course, unless the horse is the famous Mister Ed.
Go right to the source and ask the horse He'll give you the answer that you'll endorse. He's always on a steady course."...was sung by Jay Livingston who co-wrote the song with Ray Evans.
I wonder if the idea for Mr. Ed was spawned by a much earlier show, Francis the Talking Mule? It mostly (I believe) took place at an army camp, and the mule, like Mr. Ed, only spoke to one person, and also never when anyone else was around. So of course, everyone thought that private was batshit crazy. LOL
I'll start. This is a real eye-roller and groaner for grownups, but youngsters (up to about age 8 or so), will probably laugh themselves silly.Q. What kind of fruit do ghosts like to eat?A. Boo-berries! And...