black and white 1966 Green Acres show..opening theme song and video
Video Rating: 4 / 5
@brianincleveland wow,you are so right on that!!!!!pun intended.i read your post and rewatched it,DEAD ON!!!!!!
lol my last name is Greenacre!!!!!!
she was a skank
I always thought that Hootervile was in the CA Central Valley, given its apparent proximity to the Clampetts of Beverly Hills.
Yes, I loved this show…. funny about the mountains in the background. They shouldn’t be there, right! Gotta love Eva..those Gabor sisters were hot.
I remember green acres in black and white spanish television on 1968.
In addition to the Green Acres theme, Vic Mizzy was also responsible for the theme to The Addams Family
Darling I love you but give me Park Avenue. Last time I heard this I was nine. I couldn’t make out just what this line was. Now of course it’s all clear.
I absolutely love this video who gives a crap if the left to right thing is wrong i wish i was hungarian, mudder mudder
@brianincleveland probab;y when he says “you are my wife” and she goes with him. women know your place!
@brianincleveland Keep on smoking
For years I always thought it was Zsa Zsa, not Eva on Green Acres. Well they both Gabor sisters looked alike.
The right to left thing probably has something to do with Manifest Destiny.
sexist much…’you are my wife’, ‘goodbye city life!’
Sarah”s new theme song
Haha “you are my wife. Good bye city life!”
They were perfect together ! Wonderful
TV show !!
Watch closely, in B&W as well as the color version… a big mistake (my uncle noticed 40 years ago): During the lyrics “you are my wife, goodbye city life” he reaches with his LEFT hand to grab his wife, and in the shot with Eva, she’s being pulled by a RIGHT hand. Wow! Nobody in production noticed this!
i love this song
One of the greatest thing about this show—It was great anyway—is the way they always messed around with the credits. One show, they showed up at the end of the episode. Another show Mr Ziffel was at Douglas’ door and they slid them in on him and he caught the last one. Mr Kimball and Lisa doing a funny window bit. And lots more too. lmao It was funny, really clever and stupid at the same time and if you ever needed to laugh, this is the show to make you laugh.
I remember when I used to watch this show all the time with my Grandparents. Wasn’t really that long ago, probably 5 or 6 years ago on TV land.
Amazing that this is better than 3/4ths the stuff that’s on TV today. I miss old TV.
“… you are my wife… goodbye city life…”
Now *that’s* the way it should be, and it should never have been any different. The man wearing the pants and deciding what’s what.