Is there a Wilbur in Mr Ed?

The show in effect had two leads operating as a comedy team. The title role of Mister Ed, a talking palomino, was played by gelding Bamboo Harvester and voiced by former Western film actor Allan Lane. The role of Ed’s owner, a genial but somewhat klutzy architect named Wilbur Post, was played by Alan Young.

What is Mr Ed’s real name?

Bamboo Harvester
Mister Ed was born in El Monte, California, and his real name was Bamboo Harvester. He was a palomino show horse that had his own show. On the Mr. Ed show, he played a talking horse that only spoke to his owner Wilber.

Was mr ed a male or female?

Bamboo Harvester (1949–1970) was the American Saddlebred/part-Arabian horse that portrayed Mister Ed on the 1961–1966 comedy series of the same name….

Bamboo Harvester
Sex Gelding
Foaled 1949
Died 1970 (aged 20–21)
Country USA

How old was Mr Ed the talking horse?

Many sources write that Mister Ed died in 1970, which he would have been between 20-21 years old. Though stories differ on his death, fans of the palomino gelding still visit his gravestone in Tahlequah, Oklahoma to pay their respects.

What breed was Mister Ed?

Bamboo Harvester (1949–1970) was the American Saddlebred/part-Arabian horse that portrayed Mister Ed on the 1961–1966 comedy series of the same name….

Bamboo Harvester
Bamboo Harvester as Mister Ed
Breed American Saddlebred/part-Arabian
Discipline Movie horse
Sex Gelding

Where is Mr. Ed buried?

Just off Highway 82, about five miles north of Tahlequah, there is a gravestone that reads, “According to national media reports, Mr. Ed moved to Oklahoma in the late 1960s after a successful Hollywood career.

How long did Mr Ed live?

In 1968, two years after the cancellation of Mister Ed, at the age of 19, Bamboo began to suffer from a variety of age related ailments, including kidney problems and arthritis. He was euthanized in 1970….

Bamboo Harvester
Foaled 1949
Died 1970 (aged 20–21)
Country USA
Color Palomino