Uncle Jed, Elly May, Granny, and Jethro bring their outrageous backwoods antics to Southern Californny in this hilarious CBS comedy series from 1962-71. As the oil-rich Clampetts struggle to make sense of modern city living, Milburn Drysdale lives in constant fear of these simple mountain folk withdrawing their $25 million from his Beverly Hills bank.
Turkey Day: Elly May makes a pet of the Thanksgiving turkey given to them by Drysdale, and the Clampetts can't bring themselves to kill and cook the lovable bird.
Trick or Treat: The Clampetts are mistaken for costumed trick-or-treaters while attempting to make new friends on Halloween.
Hair-Raising Holiday: Drysdale's doctor threatens to report Granny to the State Medical Board for practicing without a license.
The Clampett Look: Wealthy widow Fenwick and her daughter Cynthia "dress down" to dine with the Clampetts and are mistaken for poor hillbillies by Mrs. Drysdale.
Jed Buys a Freeway: Jesse White guest stars as con man H.H.H. Jones who conspires to sell Jed the Hollywood Bowl, Griffith Park, and even the freeway connecting them!
Jed Pays His Income Tax: After Granny scares off an IRS man with her double barrel 12-guage shotgun, Drysdale tells the "revenuer" the rags-to-riches story of the Clampett family.
Jethro's First Love: After hearing what he thinks is the special "music of love," Jethro falls hard for burlesque dancer Chickadee Laverne. Sharon Tate guest stars.
The Clampetts are Overdrawn: After a mix-up, a penniless actor named Jake Clampett receives Jed's bank statement while millionaire Jed gets Jake's overdraft notice.
The Clampetts Go Hollywood: Jethro, Elly and Granny are tempted by the lure of fame after freeloading actor Jake Clampett fills their heads with visions of stardom.
Jed Gets The Misery: To make Granny feel needed, Jed and Mr. Drysdale feign sickness so she can nurse them back to health with good old "mountain medicine."