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Beverly Hillbillies, The (Box Set) (1971)
Rating:
Starring: Max Baer Jr., Raymond Bailey, Bea Benaderet, Donna Douglas, Buddy Ebsen, Nancy Kulp, Harriet MacGibbon, Irene Ryan
Director: Robert M. Leeds
Category: Special Interest, Comedy
Studio: Madacy
Subtitles:
[None]
Length:
300 mins

 
 

 

One of CBS' longest running situation comedies, this was the slapstick treatment of the Clampetts, an Ozark hillbilly family who struck it rich (an oil well sprouted in their front yard) and moved to a Beverly Hills mansion.

Loved by many, this magnificent classic comedy collection will take you back to the "yester-years" when comedy was genuine and laughter real.

They deposited the $25 million given to them by John Brewster, of the OK Oil Company, for drilling rights to their land, in Milburn's Drysdale's Commerce Bank.As Drysdale's biggest depositors, they received special treatment.The banker, concerned about their naivete and ignorance of "big city ways", moved them into the mansion next door to his own home, in hopes of keeping an eye on them and helping them become more civilized.

10 Episodes Include:
The Clampetts Meet The Dodgers -- Jed and Jethro are invited to play golf at an exclusive golf club and get to play with Leo Durocher, the Los Angeles Dodgers coach.
Start To School -- Jed sends Elly May to a finishing school for pampered rich girls on the recommendation of Mrs. Drysdale.Happy that she is not required to wear a dress, Elly May sparks a new trend in understated fashion when she shows up in her "Hillbilly Duds".
Jethro's First Love -- Jethro is ready to entice pretty girls and has a man-to-man talk with his Uncle Jed.
The Great Feud -- Sonny Drysdale takes to courting Elly May and the Clampetts are under the assumption that a marriage proposal will follow.
No Place Like Home -- The Clampetts go back to the "Hills" for a visit along with Cousin Pearl and Jethrene.
Jed Rescues Pearl -- Cousin Pearl tries her best to have Mr. Brewster declare a marriage proposal, but her endeavors seem doomed to fail.
Back To California -- Jed invites Cousin Pearl and Jethrene to stay with them in California at the Clampett Mansion.
Jed's Dilemma -- Trying to appease a fued between Granny and Cousin Pearl, Jed takes the family on a sightseeing tour of Beverly Hills.
Duke Steals A Wife -- Mrs. Drysdale prepares her prized dog Claude for "doggie nuptials" and has a mate flown in from France.When Duke, Jed's faithful bloodhound meets Mademoiselle Denise's dog, plans for the nuptials go amiss.
The Family Tree -- An authority on Colonial history and genealogical origins finds evidence that Jed Clampett's ancestors may have preceded the arrival of the Mayflower settlers.