• Henri Matisse - Wikipedia

Matisse was born in Le Cateau-Cambrésis, in the Nord department in northern France, the oldest son of a prosperous grain merchant

c. 1901-2. Oil on canvas. The Hermitage, St. Petersburg, Russia.

1908. Oil on canvas. The Hermitage, St. Petersburg, Russia.

1911. Oil on canvas. The Museum of Modern Arts, New York, NY, USA.
Do you know what episode contains references to a "Koskioski" (Maybe "Koskiusco" day? I remember it starts with Oliver wanting to go into Drucker's store, Lisa tells him it is closed because it is a Holiday- Koskioski Day- some Hungarian hero?? Much later in the episode he goes to town but Sam can't sell him what he wants because of the holiday.

1911-13. Oil on canvas. Museum of Modern Art, Stockholm, Sweden.

1919. Oil on canvas. Barnes Foundation, Lincoln University, Merion, PA, USA.
There was an episode where Lisa had a part needed for the car or something of the kind where everyone seemed to know what this thing was, and I just can't remember what it was called, but it was something like a flapdoodle skewer???????? Does this ring any bells with you?
Additional info: The name of the episodes escapes me right now but it was Oliver that was working on the tractor and noticed that there was a part missing. A long rod about so long. Lisa had taken it off the tractor to make "hots kabobs" and was using it for a skewer. When Oliver went to Drucker's and asked if he could buy the part for the tractor Mr. Drucker said he couldn't help him. The only thing he had that sounded like what Oliver was looking for was a hot cake skewer. It ended up being exactly what he was looking for.

 

1919. Oil on canvas. Private collection.


Trying to remember an episode in which every so often the camera would show a cute little mouse sticking its head out of its mouse hole. Finally, it slammed the door of said mouse hole! Which episode was it?


In what episode does Lisa appear in a completely different dress within the same scene? There was obviously some technical difficulty with it failing to cover her anatomy a la 1960's and she's just standing there and suddenly is in a different dress.


1920-22. Oil on canvas. Kunstmuseum Basel, Basel, Switzerland.

How many Christmas episodes did GREEN ACRES have? Was it just the one that starts with Oliver & Lisa buying a tree in New York? And what other holiday episodes were there?

1921. Oil on canvas. Private collection.

Could you please tell me which episode had the Monroe Brothers splicing Sam Drucker's phone wires backwards, so he had to talk into the ear piece and listen through the mouth piece?

1921. Oil on canvas. Private collection.

Which flood or dam break did they show footage of in the episode where the stork visited the Douglas's? I was wondering if it was footage of the Teton Dam disaster. (The episode contained a dream sequence where Lisa was pregnant and Oliver was very inept at getting her to the hospital. They had a bunch of kids. I've never seen this one before. There was a sequence where their house and others houses floated by. This is where it switched to actual video.)

1923. Oil on canvas. Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam, Netherlands.

What episode had Oliver and Lisa going back to New York. Oliver is in big social demand and the women all want him to move back. As do his law partners. Then they go to party in Greenwich Village and it's so crowded, Lisa can't get in the door but Oliver can. She realizes she likes the country life now.

1924. Oil on canvas. Private collection.

What episode did Oliver fly to Washington D.C. with Arnold? It was the one where the plane they were flying in was a an old C-47 (DC-3) that had benches that ran down the inside length of the fuselage. At one point, Oliver said that he was flying with "a stupe, a jerk, and a pig who thinks he is the Red Baron." He also asked if the flight was sanctioned by the FAA." To which the other guy asked, "the who?"