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The Beverly Hillbillies

Cast:Buddy Ebsen, Irene Ryan, Donna Douglas, Max Baer, Jr., Raymond Bailey, Nancy Kulp, Bea Benaderet, Harriet MacGibbon, Frank Wilcox, Phil Gordon, Authur Gould Porter, Sirry Steffen, Louis Nye, Sharon Tate
Genre:Comedy
Year:1962-1963
Length: 55 Half-Hour Episodes
Color/B&W:B & W
Origin:USA

Synopsis:The number one comedy in the United States for several years, it was the story of a backwoods Ozark mountain family who struck it rich when they discovered oil on their land. They immediately packed up their belongings and moved to Beverly Hills, California, where they deposited the 25 million dollars, paid to them for their oil drilling rights, into Milbuarn Drysdale’s Commerce Bank. As his largest depositor, he was concerned about their naivete and ignorance of the big city, so he moved them into a mansion next door to his to keep an eye on them. Jed Clampett, the patriarch of the scatterbrained family, was a widower. His mother-in-law Granny spent most of her time concocting potions and trying to find a husband for the buxom Elly May, who was in love with animals. Cousin Jethro was a giant of a man, as stupid as he was strong. He was always after every skirt that passed by. The Clampett’s run-ins with corrupt politicians, city fashions, and indoor plumbing made for hilarious episodes. Other recurring characters in the series included Mrs. Drysdale, the banker’s wife, who couldn’t stand the Clampetts, and Mr. Drysdale’s efficient assistant Jane Hathaway.

Cast:Buddy Ebsen, Irene Ryan, Donna Douglas, Max Baer, Jr., Raymond Bailey, Nancy Kulp, Bea Benaderet, Harriet MacGibbon, Frank Wilcox, Phil Gordon, Authur Gould Porter, Sirry Steffen, Louis Nye, Sharon Tate
Genre:Comedy
Year:1962-1963

Length: 55 Half-Hour Episodes

Color/B&W:B & W

Origin:USA

Synopsis:The number one comedy in the United States for several years, it was the story of a backwoods Ozark mountain family who struck it rich when they discovered oil on their land. They immediately packed up their belongings and moved to Beverly Hills, California, where they deposited the 25 million dollars, paid to them for their oil drilling rights, into Milbuarn Drysdale's Commerce Bank. As his largest depositor, he was concerned about their naivete and ignorance of the big city, so he moved them into a mansion next door to his to keep an eye on them. Jed Clampett, the patriarch of the scatterbrained family, was a widower. His mother-in-law Granny spent most of her time concocting potions and trying to find a husband for the buxom Elly May, who was in love with animals. Cousin Jethro was a giant of a man, as stupid as he was strong. He was always after every skirt that passed by. The Clampett's run-ins with corrupt politicians, city fashions, and indoor plumbing made for hilarious episodes. Other recurring characters in the series included Mrs. Drysdale, the banker's wife, who couldn't stand the Clampetts, and Mr. Drysdale's efficient assistant Jane Hathaway.

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