One rumor says that the horse died from a tranquilizer at his stable in Burbank, California.
Another story says that he was euthanized at a farm in Oklahoma.
The last, more likely story is that due to his failing health following the show he was euthanized in 1970.
Where is Mr Ed the horse buried?
Tahlequah, Oklahoma: Grave of Talking TV Horse Mr. Ed
Mr. Ed’s tombstone has an engraving of Ed poking his head through the barn door, as he did at the opening of each show episode. Directions: Roughly five miles north of town on Hwy 82 where it curves to the west, then turn right onto the short E. 710 Rd.
How did they get Mr Ed the horse to move his lips?
As actor Alan Young recounted: “It was initially done by putting a piece of nylon thread in his mouth. But Ed actually learned to move his lips on cue when the trainer touched his hoof. In fact, he soon learned to do it when I stopped talking during a scene!
Was mr ed a real horse?
Bamboo Harvester (1949–1973) was the name of the American Saddlebred/part-Arabian horse that portrayed Mister Ed on the 1961–1966 comedy series of the same name. Foaled in 1949, the gelding was trained by Will Rogers’ protégé, Les Hilton.
Who was Mr Ed’s owner?
Alan Young, an Emmy Award-winning comic actor best remembered for playing Wilbur, the human sidekick and wonky owner of a talking horse in the 1960s television sitcom “Mister Ed,” died May 19 at the Motion Picture & Television Home in Woodland Hills, Calif. He was 96.