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FROM THE NBC RADIO NETWORK IN 1951

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MR. ED SPEAKS FOR U.S. SAVINGS BONDS

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Bamboo Harvester

Bamboo Harvester (1949-1970) was the name of the Palomino horse that
portrayed Mister Ed on the 1961–1966 CBS comedy series of the same
name.

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.

A second palomino horse, which had posed for still pictures used in press
kits
for the show, survived until 1979. After Bamboo Harvester’s death the
second horse was unofficially known as Mister Ed.

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HISTORICAL NEWS HIGHLIGHTS

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BERNADETTE PETERS IS 67 TODAY

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Bernadette Peters (born Bernadette Lazzara in New York)

Broadway legend Bernadette Peters won Tony Awards for her roles 
in Song and Dance (1985) and in the 1999 revival of Annie Get Your  
Gun
. Her numerous other Broadway credits include starring roles in
Into the Woods, Sunday in the Park with George, and Gypsy.

Peters entered show business at the age of three and had appeared
on “Juvenile Jury” and “Name That Tune” before her sixth birthday
and by the age of nine, she was a member of the Actors Equity
union. Peters made her Broadway debut as an understudy for a
1967 production of The Girl in the Freudian Slip.

 

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Bernadette Peters dated actor and The Jerk co-star Steve Martin from 1977
to 1981.

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