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Subject: Here's the 1990 FULL "Green Acres" reunion with near all the cast still-living then. ...


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Of course, now all gone.
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Date Posted: Monday, April 20, 01:05:45pm
In reply to: Eddie Albert nearly made it to 100, himself! 's message, "Here's a great GA 1984 reunion (sans Lester) with Gabor, Albert, Moore, Buttram, and Richard L. Bare, who lived to 101! ..." on Monday, April 20, 01:01:52pm

Reunion show ...
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lZEByIVXnpE

...In the 1990 reunion TV movie Return to Green Acres, made and set two decades after the series, Oliver and Lisa have moved back to New York but are miserable there. The Hootervillians implore the couple to return and save the town from a scheme to destroy it, cooked up between Mr. Haney and a wealthy, underhanded developer (Henry Gibson). The Monroe brothers still have not finished the Douglases' bedroom, while a 20-something Arnold survived his "parents" and subsequently bunks with his "cousin", the Ziffels' comely niece. With a nod to the times, Haney's latest product is a Russian miracle fertilizer called "Gorby Grow".

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Richard Bare directed almost every episode of "Green Acres" (NT)He also directed the classic TZ episode "To Serve Man"Monday, April 20, 04:09:39pm


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