The Beverly Hillbillies
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Long before Beverly Hills, 90210, another gang inhabited the infamous zip code in the land of swimmin’ pools and movie stars. THE BEVERLY HILLBILLIES stands in a class alone as one of the most successful TV sitcoms of all-time. The slapstick comedy about a family of Ozark country bumpkins who strike it rich and move to Beverly Hills ran for nine seasons and at its peak, attracted more than 60 million viewers a week. Get reacquainted with Jed Clampett and his brood, which included his mother-in-law Granny, daughter Elly May and dim-witted nephew Jethro Bodine. This special five-DVD collection of classic Beverly Hillbillies episodes will provide hours of laughs and an unforgettable trip down memory lane. Episodes: The Clampetts Meet the Dodgers, Start to School, Jethro's First Love, The Great Feud, Elly's First Date, Jed Gets the Misery, No Place Like Home, Jed Rescues Pearl, Back to California, Jed's Dilemma, Clampetts in Court, Clampetts Go to Hollywood, Duke Steals a Wife, The Family Tree, Elly's Animals, Psychiatrist Gets Clampletted, The Clampetts Strike Oil, Getting Settled
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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?
If only there were more TV shows like it today! Alas, our society has become far too sophisticated for its own good.
I love the Beverly Hillbillies and have several on VHS and their quality is much better. This is just someones way of making a fast buck and nothing more. The sound quality varies from bad to worse as does the picture. And don't look for that great memorable openning "Come and listen to a story about a man named Jed..." because it is not there. There is some banjo music that I have never heard of before. Awful! Save your money. Maybe some day, Jed and the clan will get the respect they deserve. You've been warned.