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Lisa Douglas (née Gronyitz) was the leading female character in the 1960s CBS situation comedy Green Acres.
Lisa (portrayed by actress Eva Gabor), a glamorous Hungarian immigrant, was the wife of Oliver Wendell Douglas, a successful New York City attorney who had long harbored the dream of moving to the Midwest and operating a farm. Lisa had no desire to leave New York and live in an unsophisticated rural area; however, out of loyalty and duty to her husband she accompanied him on his quest nonetheless. Lisa got along wonderfully with her mother in-law, Eunice Douglas (Eleanor Audley) whom she called "Mother". She and her mother-in-law were in agreement not to move to the hinterlands.
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Lisa Douglas's "Hotscakes" - Green Acres - 1967
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Southwestern Corn Spoon Bread | Pancake-Croissants
Channeling Green Acres' Lisa Douglas one pancake at a time.. Menu. Skip to content. Home · About. Search. Search for: Southwestern Corn Spoon Bread. November 9, 2015 November 10, 2015 / Ellia M. November. In the Pacific Northwest, ...
Author: Ellia M (9 Nov 2015)
THE BOOK OF BARKLEY: Flaming Hotcakes - A Country ...
One of the more comical aspects to the show was stunning Lisa Douglas' attempts to cook, especially her specialty Hotscakes!, which could also be used as a replacement head gasket on a farm tractor and were served with Martini shaken ...
Author: LBJ (25 Oct 2015)
Tres Artis » Calling ALL ACTORS!
... and TASFD member Heather McDevitt Barton are holding auditions for Columbia University's MFA Playwriting These Project in conjunction with the Signature Theatre. The Hag, the Slag, and the Scarlett Faery | A new play by Lisa Douglas.
Author: admin (16 Oct 2015)