How well do you know the inventions and businesses of Mr. Haney?

"An untrained eye may not see the practicality in these inventions," is something Mr. Haney might say while trying to sell any of these items.

It wouldn't be a surprise if Mr. Haney from Green Acres tried selling a dollar for two dollars. The entrepreneur (conman?) comes up with new inventions left and right, and often times tries to sell Oliver Wendall Douglas on his new profound ideas and sleazy business tactics.

We've asked you to guess what Mr. Haney is selling before, but how well do you know what his businesses and inventions are meant for?

Can you recall what these inventions from Mr. Haney are meant to do?

Good luck, and be sure to read the fine print! 

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  1. What does this Haney invention, that Mrs. Ziffel is using, do?
  2. What does this holiday necktie that Haney created do?
  3. Mr. Haney tries to sell Oliver on this false-bottom suitcase. With a press of a button...
  4. This is a partial drawing of Mr. Haney's....
  5. These voodoo dolls can...
  6. This "dual-purpose" rubber lei that Mr. Haney tries to sell Oliver comes with what feature?
  7. The jar Haney is holding here contains a fluid that Lisa's uncle invented. However, that doesn't stop him from trying to capitalize on it for his own benefit! What does the liquid inside the jar do?
  8. Haney tries to convince Oliver that Lisa is going to leave him. He offers his services to help repair the marriage under the business name of...

How well do you know the inventions and businesses of Mr. Haney?

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48 Comments

BenSobeleone 1 month ago
Pat Buttram appeared on an episode of "The Munsters" with Robert Easton. The episode was "All Star Munster" That was the episode in which Herman goes to Marilyn's high school to discuss a matter of tuition, so Herman goes to talk to the dean and is mistaken for college basketball recruit Moose Mallory and is tricked into signing up. Buttram played Pop Mallory and Easton played Moose Mallory. Easton was also a well known dialect coach. He worked with Arnold Schwarzenegger, Al Pacino and Bob Hoskins to name a few.
BenSobeleone 1 month ago
Speaking of Pat Buttram, it was good to see him on the big screen in "Back to the Future Part III"
vinman63 1 month ago
Lisa started out as posh and devolved into an airhead and I enjoyed every moment.
Coldnorth 1 month ago
6/8 I didn’t think I would know any of them
BenSobeleone Coldnorth 1 month ago
Same here. I haven't seen every episode of Green Acres, only a bunch of episodes.
DEMcHugh 1 month ago
Wow I think we are Haney fans - you think?
AllisonWunderland 1 month ago
7/8…I missed the “troll dolls” 💁‍♀️
Moody 1 month ago
7/8. That first invention looks like it could double as a cake mixer.
Dugan 1 month ago
Missed one. Can we get some Ralph Phillips cartoons on Toon in with me? I know there are only a few, but they’ve never been shown.
RobertK 1 month ago
5 of 8. I always loved it when Mr. Haney would drive up. It was like he had a sixth sense to show up with some money making scheme. I have known a few "Haneys" in my life! Only a few "lessons learned" though...
JHP 1 month ago
5/8 am happy with that

LOVE Haney and Kimball and Arnold and Sam Drucker and Doris Ziffel and Mr Ziffel ....etc
Michael 1 month ago
Was that legal use of Trolls?
LoveMETV22 Michael 1 month ago
Technically, yes. They could do a whole story about the copyright Issues of the Troll doll. But at the time " Green Acres" was originally airing in the mid 60's, there were copyright protection issues on the doll.
Michael LoveMETV22 1 month ago
But I wondered about using them as voodoo dolls.

My sister had some legit ones, I made do with more rubbery knockoffs which had longer hair that tended to feel icky with time.

I used my trolls with GI Joe accessories, easy to manipulate. I evw made a mansion for one, complete with pool on the roof. Surely infuenced by tv and comic books.
LoveMETV22 Michael 1 month ago
Oh, OK, I thought you meant like displaying a doll ,toy or something with a commercial brand name. Even then I would think in early days like GA, show producers would get permission from various manufacturers if they were going to display copyrighted, registered or trademarked products.
CaptainDunsel 1 month ago
7/8
I think Haney had more business cards than VistaPrint!
JHP CaptainDunsel 1 month ago
yeah and his products were legit
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