Beverly Hillbillies Volumes 1-4 (4-DVD)

40 episodes on 4 DVDs from the classic "Beverly Hillbillies" television series.
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  • Number of Discs: 4
  • Rated: Not Rated
  • Run Time: 6 hours
  • Video: Black & White
  • Encoding: Region 0 (Worldwide)
  • Released: September 5, 2023
  • Originally Released: 2008
  • Label: Alpha Video

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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.

This 4-DVD bundle-pack includes the following episodes:

Back To Californny: The Clampett kitchen becomes a battlefield as Granny has an all-out cooking war with Pearl Bodine.

Elly Races Jethrine: Cousin Pearl intends for Jethrine to hook spoiled Sonny Drysdale (Louis Nye), but Jed and Granny plan for the pompous bachelor to propose to Elly May instead.

Elly's Animals: Granny hates Cousin Pearl's yodeling enough to make a complaint call to the police.

Jed Saves The Drysdale's Marriage: When Mr. Drysdale asks cousin Pearl to be his housekeeper, she mistakes the offer for a marriage proposal.

Home For Christmas: The Clampett clan flies home for holidays to surprise Cousin Pearl.

Jed Becomes A Banker: Drysdale makes Jed a vice president in order to have an ace marksman for the upcoming banker's skeet shoot competition.

Jed Rescues Pearl: Granny threatens Mr. Brewster with abackside full of buckshot unless he proposes to cousin Pearl.

Jethro Goes To School: A Beverly Hills private school is thrilled to receive a new in the fifth grade - until the student turns out to be Jethro.

Pygmalion And Elly: Sonny Drysdale is determined to mold Elly May into a Park Avenue sophisticate.

The Great Feud: The Clampetts take up arms against the Drysdales after Sonny dumps Elly May and heads east with his mother.

Clampetts Strike Oil: In the series premier, the Clampetts strike it rich when oil is discovered in their swamp.

Getting Settled: The Clampetts arrive in their mansion only to find that it doesn't have any of the comforts of home.

Jed Buys Stock: To help secure the family's fortune, Mr. Drysdale suggests that Jed purchase some 'stock.' Naturally Jed thinks he means livestock.

Clampetts Entertain: Mr. Drysdale is dismayed to learn that the chairman of his bank wants to have dinner with the Clampetts. Jim Backus guest stars.

The Clampetts Get Psychoanalyzed: Jethro needs a Certificate of Health to return to school and things get complicated when he goes to see a psychiatrist by mistake.

Jethro's Friend: Jethro's school pal visits the mansion, but the delicate boy's chauffer becomes worried about the Clampett's lifestyle.

The Servants: Drysdale attempts to 'improve' the Clampetts by lending them his butler and maid.

Christmas at the Clampetts: The Clampetts receive many incredible Christmas gifts - many beyond their simple hillbilly understanding.

Clampetts Get Culture: Feeling out of place in Beverly Hills, The Clampetts decide to return to the Ozarks. Drysdale desperately tries to change their minds.

The Garden Party: The Clampetts are coming to Mrs. Drysdale's garden party - much to her dismay.

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."

The Clampetts and the Dodgers: Drysdale invites Jed to 'shoot some golf' but Jed and his family mistake the sport for some strange Beverly Hills hunting tradition! Meanwhile, Leo Durocher considers Jethro for the major leagues.

Jed Throws a Wingding: Earl Scruggs and Lester Flatt are visiting from Nashville with their wives, but the Clampetts assume these former suitors of Aunt Pearl are in town to fight for her hand in marriage.

The Family Tree: Mrs. Drysdale is determined to kick the Clampetts out of Beverly Hills once and for all, but her plans are scuttled once the hillbillies and their priceless family artifacts delight a society dame with an eye for Americana.

Jed Cuts the Family Tree: Desperate for an entrance into Beverly Hills society, Pearl attempts a high-class makeover and even tries to class up her hopeless relatives.

Chickadee Returns: 'Exotic interpretive dancer' Chickadee Laverne thinks the Clampetts have hired her for a strip act, but a love struck Jethro has more romantic ambitions.

The Giant Jackrabbit: A kangaroo escapes from Drysdale's back yard, and Granny mistakes the creature for a giant rabbit. The beautiful Sharon Tate makes an appearance as a bewildered caterer.

The Girl From Home: Mountain man Lafe Crick demands a shotgun marriage for his hefty daughter Essiebelle and Jethro.

Meanwhile, Back at the Cabin: In this third episode of the hilarious series, Pearl tries to snare Mr. Brewster, and Jethro actually falls for Miss Hathaway! The resourceful Elly also makes a slingshot out of an expensive brassiere.

Race for the Queen: The competition is on for Queen of Beverly Hills, and everyone from Elly, Miss Hathaway, Drysdale's sexy secretary - and even Granny! - are battling for the title. Robert Cummings guest stars as the beauty contest judge.

Jed's Dilemma: Crafty Aunt Pearl spikes Granny's soup with moonshine so that she can seize control of the household and, more importantly, the Clampett kitchen.

Product Description:

This classic television series follows the comic adventures of the Clampetts, an unpolished hillbilly family that moves into a Beverly Hills mansion after the discovery of an oil well in their yard makes them filthy rich. This collection presents 40 episodes of the beloved show.


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