Beverly Hillbillies

Beverly Hillbillies

2 Seasons

This classic sitcom finds Jed Clampett and his rural family as they acclimate to life in Beverly Hills.

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Beverly Hillbillies
  • Beverly Hillbillies The Family Tree

    Episode 1

    Mrs. Drysdale wants to get rid of the Clampett's before the arrival of Mrs. Smith-Standish (Rosemary DeCamp), the head of a 'first family' historical society. But Smith-Standish goes to the Clampett's first and becomes enchanted with their antiques and way of life. She also finds evidence that Je...

  • Beverly Hillbillies Jed Cuts the Family Tree

    Episode 2

    Because of their possible new fame, Pearl wants the family to look and act like "high society". Mrs. Drysdale continues to be forced into doing "practices from the past" by Mrs. Smith-Standish. In order to confirm Jed's ancestry, Mrs. Smith-Standish asks him the name of his great grandfather. If ...

  • Beverly Hillbillies Granny's Spring Tonic

    Episode 3

    Miss Hathaway's brilliant-but-frumpy bank protegee Gloria (Lola Albright) is really a sultry gold-digger with eyes for Jed's $34 million, and Jed's just had his annual dose of Granny's spring tonic. Pearl and Granny are a little suspicious of her. Gloria claims that she has to marry a mountain ma...

  • Beverly Hillbillies Jed Pays His Income Tax

    Episode 4

    An IRS agent (John Stephenson) gets chased away by Granny. Mr. Drysdale tells him the story of how the Clampetts came to be rich and move to Beverly Hills.

  • Beverly Hillbillies The Clampetts and the Dodgers

    Episode 5

    After playing golf with Jethro, Los Angeles Dodgers coach Leo Durocher wants to sign him as a pitcher, when he sees how well he can throw. Wally Cassell appears as Buzzie Bavasi, the Dodgers General Manager.

  • Beverly Hillbillies Duke Becomes a Father

    Episode 6

    Mlle. Denise comes back for the birth of her dog's puppies, and to see Jed. They do some "courtin' and sparkin'" Mrs. Drysdale isn't nearly so happy when she finds the puppies share more in common with Duke the bloodhound than Claude the poodle.

  • Beverly Hillbillies The Clampetts Entertain

    Episode 7

    Jed arranges a party to get Granny out of her doldrums and invites the Drysdales. Mr. Drysdale's boss (Jim Backus) wants to come along to meet them, hearing how sophisticated they are. The boss is thrilled with what he believes to be a "Hillbilly Party" thrown for him.

  • Beverly Hillbillies The Clampetts in Court

    Episode 8

    James and Mabel Johnson (Murvyn Vye & Kathleen Freeman) back into the Clampett's car outside of the Commerce Bank. After they discover that the Clampetts are rich, they fake injuries and sue the Clampetts. During the trial, the couple's story begins to sound made up. Things really unravel when Ma...

  • Beverly Hillbillies The Clampetts Get Psycoanalyzed

    Episode 9

    Jethro needs a health certificate to graduate from the fifth grade, so he goes to the only doctor the Clampetts know about - Mrs. Drysdale's psychiatrist. The psychiatrist (Herbert Rudley) may have bitten off more than he can chew when he starts treating Jethro. Dr. Twombly gets nowhere with Jeth...

  • Beverly Hillbillies The Psychiatrist Gets Clampetted

    Episode 10

    Jethro finally gets his bill of health from Dr. Twombly so he can graduate the fifth grade. The psychiatrist shows great interest in Granny's home remedies for various ailments. Drysdale brings him to the Clampetts' just as Granny shows Pearl how to use a love potion, so everyone thinks Twombly's...

  • Beverly Hillbillies Elly Becomes a Secretary

    Episode 11

    When Miss Hathaway gets sick and Mr. Drysdale has to speak at a conference, Jed helps out by running the bank and having Elly be his secretary, while Jethro finds a speech that Drysdale accidentally uses instead of his own. All the while a new teller (John Ashley) sucks-up to the men and flirts w...

  • Beverly Hillbillies Jethro's Friend

    Episode 12

    Jethro brings home a friend from school, Armstrong Dueser McHugh III, who is coddled by a chauffeur (Hayden Rorke) who treats him as frail. The Clampetts know better, and show him a good time, friendship and family.