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        Name: Donna Pearson
        Website:
        Referred by: Yahoo!
        From: Kansas
        Time: 2000-11-07 16:50:17
        Comments: i think this is a wonderful website


        Name: Terri Marquiss
        Website: Saratoga Springs Fabulous Food & Fun
        Referred by: Net Search
        From: Saratoga, California
        Time: 2000-11-07 11:30:17
        Comments: As a child, Mr. Ed was one of my favorite toys. He went everywhere with me. As I grew older and no longer needed my furry friend and companion, he was left alone in his stable or otherwise known as my pink toy box. I came home from school one day to find that my mom had cleaned out all of our toy boxes and set them all out for a garage sale. I can still remember someone buying Mr. Ed. To this day my heart and tummy ache when I think about that moment. Does anyone know if they have ever or will ever make a remake of Mr. Ed. I would love it if they did! Thank you Mr. Ed for the great years of fun. Terri Marquiss terri@saratoga-springs.com :-)


        Name: natasha
        Website:
        Referred by: Just Surfed On In
        From: sydney australia
        Time: 2000-11-05 17:17:27
        Comments: i would just like to say thankyou for your page re National Velvet. i have been searching for a long time to find anything on Lori Martin and it was wonderful to see pictures of her from the show and have a link to her bio which led me to the great site, IMDB.com thankyou maureen


        Name: Erin Chom
        Website:
        Referred by: Just Surfed On In
        From: Ohio
        Time: 2000-11-01 20:11:33
        Comments: I really enjoyed your website...I always wondered how horses did this...were they injured...were there animal rights laws...you cleared up a lot of my questions...thanks


        Name: Ron J. Hoskie
        Website:
        Referred by: Just Surfed On In
        From: Albuquerque, New Mexico
        Time: 2000-10-28 23:32:51
        Comments: I am an advid horse lover, and perhaps was one once. Don't forget there are horses in herds who are storytellers. And herds do enjoy a good story. The poetry I write and the music my musical group performs, often includes horses--I write the words. Thanks to all, who admire horses as I do!


        Name: Saddles44
        Website:
        Referred by: Yahoo!
        From: Nevada
        Time: 2000-10-27 00:39:54
        Comments: Hey! I love your web sight so much! I found it by looking for Mr. Ed and I found not only Mr. Ed but others as well! I love all of these horses and I appreciate you making a page for all of the wonderful equine actors out there! I would like to see one other horse on here though, and that is Daredevil from the new Sleepy Hollow. I have searched high and low to find pictures, information or anything about him and I couldn't. He is a gorgeous horse, I don't know if you saw the movie or not, but he sure deserves to be here with the other stars, well, he's not as high class as Trigger or Mr. Ed, but you know what I mean. Again, very nice page!


        Name: Susan Dudasik
        Website: Shadow Rider Equine News
        Referred by: Just Surfed On In
        From: Salmon, Idaho
        Time: 2000-10-12 18:45:59
        Comments: This is a great site and it's great to see someone so dedicated to preserving the history of these truely great equines and the men and women who did all the behind the scenes work to make the actors look good. Although Hollywood can do great things with special effects, always remember, the horses didn't know they were just acting, when a stage was running away or the horses were in the middle of a stamped, they weren't acting, that was real life and the horses handled the job like pros. Hats off to the real heros, the horses, wranglers and trainers!


        Name: Janet Stewart
        Website:
        Referred by: Just Surfed On In
        From: Clyde Valley, Scotland
        Time: 2000-10-04 16:24:17
        Comments: My grandfather's clydesdale horse was sold to Budweiser in America and it was exported I think in the sixties. I would be interested to find out if the blood line still exists and any information you could find out about this. My grandfather's name was Lance Twaddle and he resided at Carbarns Farm, Netherton, Wishaw which is situated in the Clyde Valley. His horse won the Royal Highland Show as Best Clydesdale.


        Name: Bill Smith
        Website:
        Referred by: AOL
        From: Almost East Texas
        Time: 2000-10-03 00:48:47
        Comments: I have been searching for info on Zips Cochise for months. I thought possibly his being a John Wayne movie horse, from the 1967 ELDORADO, he might show up in your famous horses. He did not. But now I will also be looking for info on Cojo Rojo. I have enjoyed this site. It has been not only fun but educational. Great links. Thanks, Bill.


        Name: Lotte
        Website:
        Referred by: Just Surfed On In
        From: Denmark
        Time: 2000-10-02 07:31:16
        Comments: Hi everybody.. Im looking for a stuntman.. called Sancho.. he lives in Hungary... He was riding my horse when he was working here in Denmark. I would like to know if anyone knows if he has a homepage or maybe a e-mailadress, where I could reach him. I would very much like to talk to him again. This site is just great... glad I found it*S*.


        Name: VICKI ROBOSKY
        Website:
        Referred by: Net Search
        From: MOUNT PLEASANT, PA
        Time: 2000-09-29 09:42:25
        Comments: I WISH THEY WOULD PUT FURY ON NICK AT NIGHT THIS WAS A FANTASTIC SHOW THAT ALL KIDS COULD ENJOY.


        Name: julie stevens
        Website:
        Referred by: Just Surfed On In
        From: Australia
        Time: 2000-09-28 04:29:02
        Comments: Please Please.... is there any way of obtaining videos of the National velvet TV series? I just have to see this fabulous show again. What a thrill to find a kindred spirit on this planet


        Name: Diane Bush
        Website:
        Referred by: Just Surfed On In
        From: Nashville, TN
        Time: 2000-09-19 11:02:19
        Comments: I just want to thank you for all the great info on a TV show that I loved as a little girl.


        Name: irene kingston
        Website:
        Referred by: Just Surfed On In
        From: west spfld,mass
        Time: 2000-08-29 18:38:22
        Comments: I grew up watching Rinty and Rusty as well as Fury and the rest of those good shows-Stuff my grandson's will never be able to see and experience.Is there any way I can get video tapes OF the adventures of Rinty and the rest of them?..thank you a whole bunch..by the way what was the name of Lee Aakers first car?


        Name: Hayley Curran
        Website:
        Referred by: Geocities
        From: U.K
        Time: 2000-08-26 14:19:00
        Comments: I love Mr.Ed and seeing my beloved childhood friend on the internet is great.


        Name: Charlene Daggett
        Website: none
        Referred by: Just Surfed On In
        From: Idaho
        Time: 2000-08-24 01:44:37
        Comments: Hello. I just wanted to say I THOROUGHLY enjoyed these pages. Thank you for giving me back some very cherished memories of all the hours I sat in front of the t.v. with my sisters watching Mr. Ed and Fury all those years ago. Thank you again.


        Name: Matthew Trieschman
        Website:
        Referred by: Just Surfed On In
        From: horse country (maryland)
        Time: 2000-08-21 22:32:06
        Comments: Ed rules..... never before has there been such an entertaining show.. no sexual inuendo, no crass humor, no berating or belittling others... just good humor... I could only imagine that the world would be a much better place if children today (and adults) watched shows like this instead of crap like pokemon and others...


        Name: Ruthanne Buchanan
        Website: Thehouseofruthanne
        Referred by: Just Surfed On In
        From: Florida
        Time: 2000-08-21 11:10:12
        Comments: Like your Mr Ed site. I would like to know where you got your clip art _THE STAGECOACH? I could use a copy for my up coming western site. Also need some info on TRIGGER. Can you help? Thank You Ruthanne Buchanan


        Name: irene kingston
        Website:
        Referred by: Just Surfed On In
        From: west spfld.mass
        Time: 2000-08-19 08:19:27
        Comments: We'll always remember Rusty & Rinty-just like we remember Joey and Fury.What ever is goin on with Lee Aaker We love him and we want him to be able to get along with his life and if that means hiding from the public-Then so be it.He gave us a child hood-he gave us good things to remember.How much of a price did he have to pay for it? lee, If you read this - good luck and God BLess U...IRENE KINGSTON


        Name: John C. Kivlen
        Website:
        Referred by: Just Surfed On In
        From: Albany, NY
        Time: 2000-08-10 23:57:15
        Comments: What an excellent SITE!! I grew up watch'n many of the above westerns. I was just watch'n the movie "Comancheros" and saw Stuart Whitman, I tried to remember the name of the western series he was in and found your site. The minute I saw Cimaron Strip, the light bulb went off, thanks alot!! I will enjoy this site many times in the future.


        Name: Eddie Storey (MrEd- ICQ 37510639)
        Website:
        Referred by: Just Surfed On In
        From: Doncaster- England
        Time: 2000-08-09 11:26:06
        Comments: Thank you for an interesting fun site. It was worth the visit.


        Name: Judith Tabory
        Website:
        Referred by: Just Surfed On In
        From: Prospect, Connecticut 06712-1845
        Time: 2000-08-08 00:55:23
        Comments: I grew up with Fury, and when it went off the air i was crushed. My love for horses has nevered died. Fury made the lives of alot of kids of that time era. I am 55 yrs old and have never forget Fury, and if he is still alive God Bless him.


        Name: nikki
        Website:
        Referred by: Yahoo!
        From: australia
        Time: 2000-08-08 00:23:08
        Comments: heaps cool site!!!!!!! how high did the pie jump? nikki


        Name: Kate
        Website: Canadian Cowgirl poetry
        Referred by: Just Surfed On In
        From: grew up in Highland park, southern CA. Now from Calgary Alberta Canada
        Time: 2000-08-03 21:31:04
        Comments: Wow reading your story about Montie Mntana was a whole lot like hearing my story. I too use to get excited when he would come to my school. I went to Buchanan Elementry in highland park. I thought that Montie was the best. I use to have a ranch and I train horses. I never masterd the rope tricks but always admired those who did. thank you for sending me back to a happy time in my child hood if only for a few minutes.


        Name: Muddy Waters
        Website:
        Referred by: Just Surfed On In
        From: Canada
        Time: 2000-08-01 15:15:15
        Comments: We Need a mr. Ed screen saver


        Name: Shymali Arabian Acres
        Website:
        Referred by: Just Surfed On In
        From: Lake Placid, Fl.
        Time: 2000-08-01 14:28:06
        Comments: Did you live in Arcadia, Fl.? Or Arcadia, N.Y.? Any info you want to send on Mr. Ed would be great. I grew up with him and my son enjoys the videos we get!


        Name: Mike Milstead
        Website:
        Referred by: From a Friend
        From: Phila, Pa...originally LA, SFO Valley
        Time: 2000-07-21 21:06:09
        Comments: My grandfacther was Clarence Young 'Fat" Jones. He owned a movie horse stable in North Hollywood from the early 30's until his death in 1962 or 63. The stable, Fat Jones Stables, was sold at his death and continued to exist til some point in the early-mid '70s. It was located on Sherman Way, a short distance east of Lankershim Blvd. The location is now a series of low corregated storage bldgs. My aunt, my mothers sister, was married to the late movie actor Ben Johnson, and lived at the Sherman Way house until after Fat's death. The point of all this is that I wish to contact anyone who has first hand knowledge of those times and some of the people from Fat's barn. I have long since lost all contact and would like to reach out for some contact and dialog to clear up many of my lingering questions. Anyone that can help, please email me at the attached address. Thx!!!


        Name: Jim Baltz
        Website:
        Referred by: Just Surfed On In
        From: eastt texas. athens area
        Time: 2000-07-20 11:07:33
        Comments: I really enjoyed famous western horses.


        Name: Jennifer
        Website:
        Referred by: Just Surfed On In
        From: Texas
        Time: 2000-07-05 23:03:11
        Comments: These are all wonderful memories of Fury, but does everyone know that later in life he was abandoned, and abused, and treated much worse than most ordinary horses? When Ralph and Toni Helfer bought him in the late 60's or early 70's it was to save a poor old horse from abuse and neglect, they didn't even know who he was until much later. During these last few years of his life he was treated like the king he was, and his name was even "King". He was allowed to die with dignity, respect and above all, love.


        Name: skip
        Website: SkiHippy and the Pyrate`s Den
        Referred by: Just Surfed On In
        From: fl
        Time: 2000-06-27 20:44:45
        Comments: what a change....the way the web is now all business ,,,to see a site as wonderful as this thats all about great things in life,,,,keep up the good work


        Name: Chadney Wateman Spencer
        Website: Kentucky Horse Park
        Referred by: Just Surfed On In
        From: Kentucky
        Time: 2000-06-23 09:36:05
        Comments: From all of us here at the Kentucky Horse Park, HUURAY! Please, let yourselves know that next year, summer 2001, the KHP will be putting on an exhibition about the HORSES OF THE SILVERSCREEN AND TELEVISION. I (Chadney) am conducting research here along with three other interns. Your website is of great help to us. Thanks, The Kentucky Horse Park Thanks, Chadney


        Name: Sally Hogan
        Website:
        Referred by: Lycos
        From: Monticello, IN
        Time: 2000-06-15 21:09:12
        Comments: So happy to see the different horse tv series that were so long ago! If only they would come out with horse series now! I sure wish they could. The Horse Whisperer is about as close as we can get, I suppose??? The older series were certainly seen by me. I always wanted a horse! I now have horses and only wish they could have come into my life many years earlier! They are certainly unique animals! The Sport of Kings!


        Name: Sabrina Dawn Heiberg
        Website:
        Referred by: Yahoo!
        From: Vancouver, B.C. Canada
        Time: 2000-06-13 18:52:00
        Comments: I love horses. I spent my life working with them, Ranches, Hunting Camps, Rodeos, and Racetracks.


        Name: Ed Antrim
        Website:
        Referred by: Net Search
        From: Oakview Calif.
        Time: 2000-06-12 10:54:36
        Comments: Great site and I had a funney feeling whin I was stationed in England in 1968 about a horse witch I had seen or been around, and I guess it was Mr Ed when they put him down. I have been around horses all my life and this was a great show and loved it and horses if you give them a chance they are like Mr Ed in every way. They are like a loving dog they can not wait to see you even if they are eating that want to be around you.


        Name: Lee
        Website:
        Referred by: Just Surfed On In
        From: California
        Time: 2000-06-11 02:22:43
        Comments: I grew up horse mad in country Australia & Fury was my favourite show. I've been looking for info for a long time & am stoked to find this site. I have a Little Golden Book that isn't listed. It's about Fury's arrival at the ranch & in the end Joey wins a race with him.My 3yo son loves this book & I only wish we could watch the show together.Hey TVLand-make my day!


        Name: Joe Mc Donald
        Website: none
        Referred by: Just Surfed On In
        From: N.H.
        Time: 2000-06-09 10:55:37
        Comments: How can I find out what channel Mr. Ed airs on???


        Name: Tony
        Website:
        Referred by: Just Surfed On In
        From: California
        Time: 2000-06-09 10:26:40
        Comments: This brings back great memories!


        Name: Bob
        Website:
        Referred by: AOL
        From: Mars
        Time: 2000-06-04 18:30:34
        Comments: Mr.Ed was a good show, yup yup yup...too bad it's not on anymore...do you have any idea why it went off the air? I've been trying to figure this out and i'm temped to email one of the television stations and find out. I like your site very much..i'm happy to find that there are people out there that haven't forgotten Mr.Ed!


        Name: Krista
        Website:
        Referred by: Just Surfed On In
        From: VT
        Time: 2000-05-30 20:57:13
        Comments: Why don't u have any stuff on Black Beauty? But other than that it is a really good page.


        Name: C Craig Coomer
        Website: Clayton Moore Memorial
        Referred by: Just Surfed On In
        From: California
        Time: 2000-05-27 22:02:15
        Comments: Very nice site. As a child it was the horses that were my favorite heros of all the westerns I watched. For obvious reasons Silver was at the top of the list. But I did like the good guys too. Keep up the good work.


        Name: JILL
        Website: HO'S PONDEROSA
        Referred by: Just Surfed On In
        From: BUSHNELL FLA.
        Time: 2000-05-24 09:03:04
        Comments: GREAT SITE,NOW I WOULD LIKE TO INVITE YOU TO LOOK AT MY WEBSITE.


        Name: Adrea
        Website: ClipsAhoy
        Referred by: Just Surfed On In
        From: Canada
        Time: 2000-05-05 17:34:33
        Comments:


        Name: mrs. lisa turner
        Website:
        Referred by: Just Surfed On In
        From: clearwater, florida
        Time: 2000-05-04 14:28:53
        Comments: i have been a fan of lori martin since the early sixties.


        Name: jeff bennett
        Website:
        Referred by: Net Search
        From: maybee michigan
        Time: 2000-05-02 11:57:37
        Comments: this was one of the best shows ever on the air. it is too bad that there are not any shows on today that are this clean and funny. mr ed will always have a special place in my memory.....


        Name: KEN
        Website:
        Referred by: Just Surfed On In
        From: CANADA
        Time: 2000-04-27 21:39:47
        Comments: I'VE ALWAYS LIKED WESTERNS-BONANZA-GUNSMOKE-HAVE GUN WILL TRAVEL--RIFLEMAN ETC.AND THEN THERES ROY ROGERS -KING OF THE COWBOYS-CAN'T FORGET TRIGGER--AND MY FAVORITE SIDEKICK GABBY HAYES.DALE EVANS IS A SPECIAL LADY JUST LIKE MY MOM.HAPPY TRAILS !!!!!!!!!!!!


        Name: Gary
        Website:
        Referred by: Just Surfed On In
        From: California
        Time: 2000-04-22 22:12:00
        Comments: Thanks for the fine web site! It's a great tribute to the wonderful horses who worked so hard in TV and films. Thanks for the words about 'Flicka' (real name Wahama), the chestnut Arabian who played the animal lead in the TV series 'My Friend Flicka.' Steffi Epper, of the veteran Epper stunt family, and the gelding 'Goldie' were the stunt doubles for star Johnny Washbrook and Wahama. Wherever you are, Steffi and Johnny, we hope you are well--and THANKS!!


        Name: Karen Addleman
        Website: Dogpile
        Referred by: Net Search
        From: Yuma, AZ
        Time: 2000-04-22 17:59:52
        Comments: The series Fury was a large insperation in my love of horses as a child. I would love to see the series again on Satelight TV. I watch TNN hoping to see Fury with no advail, Will you ever release Fury to television again. I have watched Black Beauty, and Black Stallion many times. How can I receive a poster of Fury? Thank you for use of scrapbook. Karen


        Name: Heidi Brown
        Website:
        Referred by: Net Search
        From: Whittier California
        Time: 2000-04-15 17:41:55
        Comments: Fury was my favorite TV show every Saturday morning. I never missed it. I wish reruns would come back on. Never got tired of the show. Fury and Joey were my heros of the TV. Out of all the shows I'v watched for the past 48 years "FURY" sticks out as #1.


        Name: LEROY OLIVER
        Website:
        Referred by: Just Surfed On In
        From: GEORGIA
        Time: 2000-04-10 11:07:13
        Comments: IT MADE A TEAR COME TO MY EYE REMEMBERING MR.ED WHEN I WAS A CHILD.


        Name: Dr_Shock
        Website: Dr_Shock Is Home
        Referred by: Just Surfed On In
        From:
        Time: 2000-04-09 16:50:47
        Comments: This is a pic of my son Alan Young and Alan Young from Mr.Ed. Thanks http://www.geocities.com/dr_shock.geo/Alan4.JPG


        Name: Mary Marshall
        Website:
        Referred by: Just Surfed On In
        From: England
        Time: 2000-04-07 16:18:53
        Comments: I am trying to find out where the Lipizzaner horses are on tour in Britain, and details of how to see them - can you help?


        Name: Meg Sullivan
        Website:
        Referred by: Just Surfed On In
        From: Winter Park, FL
        Time: 2000-04-04 19:50:06
        Comments: Thanks for the web page and especially the Theme Song. I grew up watching Mr Ed. I was singing the song in the car one day and my 11 yr old son thought I made it up. He also thought I was nuts. Thank you for helping me prove my sanity at least on this issue. He wants to write down the words of the song since some other kid in his class somewhat knows the song. Too bad the second verse is not there though. Something like "people go yakity yak and waste your time of day, but Mr Ed will never speak unless he has something to say." Anyone out there know exact words? Please e-mail so my son gets the whole thing. Thanks


        Name: adria
        Website:
        Referred by: Just Surfed On In
        From: illinois
        Time: 2000-03-28 12:42:51
        Comments: I really liked the web-site. I would also like to see more information on the horse that Tom Burlinson rode in the Man from Snowy River I and II. Also the Friesan in the movie LadyHawk, the Buckskin in Dances with Wolves, and horses ridden by John Wayne and Clint Eastwood.


        Name: Jory
        Website: Jory's Homepage
        Referred by: From a Friend
        From: Zutphen, the Netherlands
        Time: 2000-03-28 11:55:33
        Comments: Hello!! I got the URL of this site from my best friend in the world Sara Lea from Lancaster. She wanted me to see what a lovely area Lake Los Angeles is and now that I have seen your lovely photo's I totally agree with her! :-) I hope to come over soon not only to visit Sara but to see all the beautiful sights myself. Lots of love from Zutphen in Holland.


        Name: James
        Website:
        Referred by: From a Friend
        From: Michigan
        Time: 2000-03-26 19:26:17
        Comments: Hello. Nice Web page. Remember Lori Martin of National Velvet? Is she still among the Living?


        Name: Ronald Paterson
        Website:
        Referred by: Yahoo!
        From: Prov, Rhode Island
        Time: 2000-03-20 11:52:32
        Comments: I found this page to be very Interesting, I remember the death valley days, with the old ranger. Keep up the good work. sincerly Ron


        Name: Courtney
        Website: Trotter's Trails
        Referred by: Yahoo!
        From: Cleveland, Ohio ~ S. Hadley, Mass.
        Time: 2000-03-18 02:50:39
        Comments: I love your page...mostly all the pics and stuff about the famous movie star horses. I'm happy to see someone respecting the horses that made the heros of the west ( and other frontiers ) more famous!


        Name: Adam Perman
        Website: h.i.m
        Referred by: Tripod
        From: ohio
        Time: 2000-03-14 15:39:47
        Comments: Mr ed is my hero I learned to talk from mr ed and also to reaad hs ahf ahf that is shy im re


        Name: Annie
        Website:
        Referred by: Just Surfed On In
        From:
        Time: 2000-03-10 11:26:17
        Comments: Thanks for all the information on this website


        Name: Charles V. Suphan
        Website:
        Referred by: Just Surfed On In
        From: Little Rock, Arkansas
        Time: 2000-03-09 11:53:32
        Comments: In approximately 1990, I went to a film festival in Memphis, Tennessee. Among the celebrity attendees were James Brown and "Lee Aaker" from the television series, Rin Tin Tin I told "Lee Aaker" that I saw him in a parade in Little Rock in the 1950's. His response was, "Oh, didja?" I assumed that he would not recall one particular parade but I expected a little more of a response. It was the afternoon of the last day of the festival and he volunteered that he looked forward to going home and drinking beer and "picking up chics". I was vaguely disappointed by the lack of connection between a boyhood idol and his in-person manner. Several years later, I saw the real Lee Aaker on a television talk show. He appeared to expose the impersonator, whom I had met in Memphis, apparently. This left the nagging questinn as to whether Mr. Brown knew that the man with whom he appeared was not the real Lee Aaker..I iimagine that it is possible that Mr. Brown may not have seen Mr. Aaker for so many years before resuming public appearances with him that he may not have realized it was a different person.


        Name: Elizabeth
        Website: NONE
        Referred by: Yahoo!
        From: Nashville,Ar
        Time: 2000-03-09 07:57:39
        Comments: I have just recently seen the Lipizzaner stallions perform it was a GREAT TREAT!!!! I loved them.Well gotta go!


        Name: Ms. Jamie E. Smith
        Website:
        Referred by: Net Search
        From: Louisiana
        Time: 2000-02-24 20:35:09
        Comments:


        Name: Ruth and Joel Forney
        Website:
        Referred by: Just Surfed On In
        From: New Cumberland, Penn.
        Time: 2000-02-19 19:56:52
        Comments: What a wonderful site to look at. My husband and I are members of a Horse sanctuary here in Penn. that rescues old, abused,neglected and rescued from the slaugther house. We are city slickers and have learned alot about horses since we were members. But Mr. Ed I remember watching all the time when I was little. It really made me laugh. We use to have a horse down at the sanctuary named Captain that looked just like Mr. Ed and several people had said that as well. Anyway I just love this site and hope to visit this off and on. Keep up the great work, the photos are beatiful. Makes me feel like a kid again. I will be 50 in May, so this takes me back to some great years as a child in Maryland! God Bless all!


        Name: Barb Uhley
        Website: Chippewa Valley Schools
        Referred by: Just Surfed On In
        From: Clinton Twp., Michigan
        Time: 2000-02-15 15:35:55
        Comments: My favorite horse is Diablo (the Cisco Kid's horse). I was wondering if you or anyone else had any pictures of this horse. I cannot find any pictures at all on any site that shows the beautiful markings of this paint. You do have a wonderful site and it is very user friendly. Have a wonderful day. Barb Uhley


        Name: Deborah Eve Rubin
        Website:
        Referred by: Tripod
        From: Maryland
        Time: 2000-02-10 19:55:59
        Comments: I will be citing this site in the bibliography of my second trivia book. As i don't yet have a publisher, i don't know when it will be out. My first trivia book, HORSE TRIVIA A HIPPOFILE'S DELIGHT, was published a few years ago by Half Halt Press of Maryland.


        Name: Cliff Snyder
        Website: Astrokick!
        Referred by: Net Search
        From: Canada
        Time: 2000-02-03 11:52:44
        Comments: Am I the only one who thinks that Ed is due to be revived? This show was years ahead of his time, when you think of the recent surge of computer enhanced talking animals (babe the pig for example). Maybe the themes of the show are too backwater to be viable in today's market. Actually, I'd settle for some late night Ed reruns on cable access if I could get it... *sigh*


        Name: Carlene Brown
        Website:
        Referred by: Just Surfed On In
        From: Tampa
        Time: 2000-02-03 02:58:22
        Comments: This is the WORLD'S greatest web page!!!!!! Its has made my day multiple times, and I never fail to laugh when I log on. Thank you for making my world a greater place.


        Name: Mike Ramey
        Website:
        Referred by: Just Surfed On In
        From: New Richmond Ohio
        Time: 2000-02-02 21:16:30
        Comments: What a great site, just love cowboys and their horses.


        Name: Morgan MacGavin
        Website:
        Referred by: Net Search
        From: Helena, MT
        Time: 2000-01-20 01:07:43
        Comments: I MISS ED!!!!!!!!! WHY ISN'T HE ON TV ANYMORE!!!! WHEN I WAS LITTLE, I USED TO RACE HOME JUST O WATCH HIS SHOW!!!!!!!! IT'S NOT FAIR... :( ANYWAYS, IS THERE ANYWAYS TO GET A HOLD OF A HOMEVIDEO SET OR MR. ED RERUNS?????


        Name: Jessica Lee Schettini
        Website:
        Referred by: Just Surfed On In
        From: Austraila
        Time: 2000-01-17 06:55:25
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        Name: STEVE DENTON
        Website:
        Referred by: Net Search
        From: HULL ENGLAND
        Time: 2000-01-16 17:46:02
        Comments: TO FIND YOUR PAGE ON THE VIRGINIAN WAS LIKE A DREAM COME TRUE FOR ME.I HAVE BEEN A VERY BIG FAN OF THE VIRGINIAN JAMES DRURY AND DOUG McCLURE SINCE BEEN A YOUNG BOY. I WAS HOPING TO MEET THEM BOTH ONE DAY JUST TO THANK THEM AND SHAKE THERE HANDS FOR A GREAT WESTERN TV SERIES. MY PARTNER AND MYSELF VISITED THE U.S.A LAST OCTOBER WE WENT AND DROVE ACROSS MONTANA AND WYOMING TO MEDICINE BOW WE WENT TO A RODEO AND RODE HORSES ON A RANCH WITH REAL WESTERN SADDLES AT THE MOMENT OVER HERE IN ENGLAND THE VIRGINIAN IS ON SATURDAY AFTERNOONS IT IS FIRST TIME I HAVE SEEN IT FOR ABOUT TWENTY YEARS I HOPE IT RUNS FOREVER ALL THE BEST TO THE FAMILYS FROM A GENUINE FAN


        Name: s.nelson
        Website:
        Referred by: Just Surfed On In
        From: bromsgrove
        Time: 2000-01-14 13:59:15
        Comments: hello this is a cool web page


        Name: LisaRuda
        Website:
        Referred by: Net Search
        From:
        Time: 2000-01-12 19:56:25
        Comments:


        Name: John Caye
        Website: Cedar Hill Farms
        Referred by: From a Friend
        From: Georgia
        Time: 2000-01-07 05:21:37
        Comments: Mary, Your web site on Clayton Moore, and The Lone Ranger series is so very well done, and packed full of information on those "yesteryears". We horse people love to visit sites that are so much in common with our interests. We will all miss Clayton Moore. He, through his portrayal of honesty and decency, did so much for our age during our growing up years. We would be honored if you would visit our site to see our horses too. Many thanks from Cedar Hill Farms.


        Name: Ruth Greer
        Website:
        Referred by: Net Search
        From: Upper Michigan
        Time: 2000-01-06 05:11:57
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        Name: Ashleigh
        Website:
        Referred by: Just Surfed On In
        From: Kentucky
        Time: 2000-01-03 20:04:55
        Comments: This site is the best! I love Mr. Ed and have him on tape and watch him all the time.I really enjoyed the Fury sight also. Thanx!!!

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