The Beverly Hillbillies: Collector's Edition
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THE BEVERLY HILLBILLIES was an instantaneous hit, and during its first two seasons ranked as the #1 program on television, attracting as many as 60 million viewers per week! This magnificent , classic comedy collection will take you to 'yester-years' when comedy was genuine and laughter was 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 Drysdale's Commerce Bank. As Drysale'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 house, in hopes of keeping an eye on them and helping them become more civilized. Enjoy the amusing antics of Jed, Granny, Elly May, Jethro and Cousin Pearl, over and over on this classic 5-DVD set.
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If only there were more TV shows like it today! Alas, our society has become far too sophisticated for its own good.
FYI about the "Season" here:
Season 1 - Wikipedia lists Season 1 as including episodes 1-36 episodes. Those are all included above.
Season 2- Wikipedia lists Season 2 as including episodes 37 - 72. This set includes 37-55.
So, really, this is more like the first season and a half. I do not know why it is broken up like this. Perhaps someone from Amazon or CBS, 20th Century Fox, or whoever is doing this release can better explain why the episodes are broken up this way. Also, will we be seeing digital releases of the other seasons as well?
I met "Ellie Mae," spending a weekend with her, her husband , my date, and some others. She was delightful, authentic, down-to-earth, and exactly as she was on the show, accent included. Her husband was a very nice film editor. They were a low-key, very enjoyable couple.
My favorite episode is when granny sat on top of the stove. Does anyone know what season that was?
Have a great day, everyone. Hope