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Newt Kiley (Character)
from "Petticoat Junction" (1963)

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Petticoat Junction: :  -- Clip: A young Dennis Hopper and Adam West
Petticoat Junction: :  -- Clip: That's gonna cost you
Petticoat Junction: :  -- Clip: Have a good game
Petticoat Junction: :  -- Interview: The Cast "On the nostalgia and origins of the show

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  1. "Green Acres"
        - The Case of the Hooterville Refund Fraud (1970) TV episode, Played by Kay E. Kuter
        - The Milk Maker (1969) TV episode, Played by Kay E. Kuter
        - The Rutabaga Story (1968) TV episode, Played by Kay E. Kuter
        - Our Son, the Barber (1968) TV episode, Played by Kay E. Kuter
        - My Mother, the Countess (1968) TV episode, Played by Kay E. Kuter
          (21 more)

  2. "Petticoat Junction"
        - The Golden Spike Ceremony (1969) TV episode, Played by Kay E. Kuter
        - Sorry Doctor, I Ain't Takin No Shots (1969) TV episode, Played by Kay E. Kuter
        - Joe Saves the Post Office (1969) TV episode, Played by Kay E. Kuter
        - Birthplace of a Future President (1968) TV episode, Played by Kay E. Kuter
        - Kate's Homecoming (1968) TV episode, Played by Kay E. Kuter
          (12 more)

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From "Green Acres: Neighborliness (#1.7)" (1965)
Newt Kiley: [Lisa come out onto the front porch] Doggone! You sure look purddy, Mrs. Douglas.
Lisa Douglas: Why, thank you!
Fred Ziffel: Oh, I wish my wife looked that pretty in the morning... or the afternoon... or the evening... or in the summer.
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