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Season: 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | 8 | 9
Year: 1962 | 1963 | 1964 | 1965 | 1966 | 1967 | 1968 | 1969 | 1970 | 1971

Season 1

Season 1, Episode 1: The Clampetts Strike Oil

26 September 1962
Jed Clampett is told by a representative of an oil company that the swamp behind his shack is full of oil. (The oil company employee has been hauled in by Jed's daughter Elly May who asks whether she can keep him.) Later, Mr. Brewster, the head of the oil company, does a deal with Jed. Jed tells Cousin Pearl that he'll receive 25 to 100 of "some new kind of dollar." Pearl, thinking Jed has been "slickered", asks what kind of dollar he's talking about. "Million dollars," Granny, Jed's mother-in-law, replies. "Jed, you're a millionaire," Pearl says. "Yeah, that's what that Brewster fella said." Pearl convinces Jed to move to Beverly Hills, California (she pronounces it "Cal-i-forn-ee") and volunteers her son, Jethro, to drive Jed, Elly May and Granny there. Upon arriving, Granny complains the hills aren't that high. Jed says at least there are hills and "we'll be among our own kind of people." The Clampett clan mistakes their new home for a prison and the groundskeepers for prisoners. The Clampetts end up in jail, but Milburn Drysdale, their new banker, gets them freed. But, as Drysdale tries to take the Clampetts to their new mansion, the foursome flee, fearing they're going to prison.

Season 1, Episode 2: Getting Settled

3 October 1962
The Clampetts begin to settle in their new home in Beverly Hills, California. They are having to adjust to things such as refrigerators (Granny remarks how a ham will require two days to thaw out), ovens and the "cement pond." Jed also is having to confront how his daughter Elly May is maturing. He tells her that he, in effect, raised her as a boy and should not have. Jethro also encounters a flamingo that he thinks is a chicken (which causes Jed to suspect Jethro has been sneaking drinks of moonshine). Meanwhile, Miss Hathaway, executive secretary to banker Milburn Drysdale, mistakes the Clampetts for "domestic" help. She thinks Granny is a cook and Elly a maid.

Season 1, Episode 3: Meanwhile, Back at the Cabin

10 October 1962
While Grannie boils pool water for washing (due to the "lack of a pump") and Ellie May gets a feminine make-over by Miss Hathaway, cousin Pearl is back at the cabin making eyes with the visiting oil man while he gives her a ride to the nearest phone.

Season 1, Episode 4: The Clampetts Meet Mrs. Drysdale

17 October 1962
Mr. Drysdale panics when Mrs. Drysdale comes back from Boston early, because she'll meet the Clampetts. He sets Miss Hathaway on a plan to get them to go to Palm Springs. Meanwhile, Grannie and Jed come to think Mrs. Drysdale is a drunk and make plans to cure her.

Season 1, Episode 5: Jed Buys Stock

24 October 1962
Grannie prepares her special mash to help cure Mrs. Drysdale of her drinking problem while Jed does as Mr. Drysdale suggests and buys stock: cows, goats, pigs, and chickens! Meanwhile, Mrs. Drysdale recovers from the shock of her first meeting with the Clampetts and is convinced she's imagining things.

Season 1, Episode 6: Trick or Treat

31 October 1962
Grannie wants to go home because folks is so unfriendly no one has come to call. Jed convinces her they should call on them, and they find that people welcome them and give them all manner of gifts when they show up on Halloween in their normal hillbilly clothes. Also, Jed works on getting Pearl to come visit while she's trying to get hitched to the oilman and find a young man for Jethrine.

Season 1, Episode 7: The Servants

7 November 1962
Ellie May starts wearing dresses but takes it as an insult when someone says she looks like a city girl. Mr. Drysdale talks Jed into taking in his butler and upstairs girl in a plan to civilize the Clampetts, but they don't quite understand the idea of servants. Miss Hathaway takes Jethro bowling and begins to show an interest in him.

Season 1, Episode 8: Jethro Goes to School

14 November 1962
Jed enrolls Jethro at an exclusive Beverly Hills elementary school. Millicent Schuyler-Potts, the proprietor of the school, is aghast when Jed and Jethro show up, convinced this is part of some ghastly hoax. After Jed says that banker Milburn Drysdale is his neighbor, she calls the banker. It turns out that Drysdale's bank holds the mortgage on the school. Schulyer-Potts suddenly warms to the charms of the Clampetts, even if it means accepting Jethro as a fifth grader.

Season 1, Episode 9: Elly's First Date

21 November 1962
Mr. Drysdale convinces his self-absorbed stepson Sonny to date Elly May to Mrs. Drysdale's consternation, while Granny and Jed make preparations for Thanksgiving.

Season 1, Episode 10: Pygmalion and Elly

28 November 1962
Sonny Drysdale decides he needs to be Pygmalion to Elly's Galatea and remake her from a hillbilly into a woman of society, while Granny uses love charms to heat up their relationship.

Season 1, Episode 11: Elly Races Jethrine

5 December 1962
When Sonny Drysdale promises to give Elly May a ring, Granny thinks he's going to propose and becomes a matchmaker. Cousin Pearl can't stand the idea that Elly May would bet married before Jethrine, so she sets to matchmaking Jethrine with Jasper Depew.

Season 1, Episode 12: The Great Feud

12 December 1962
Granny and the rest of the Clampetts start a feud with the Drysdales since Sonny courted Elly May and then stood her up when granny suggested marriage.

Season 1, Episode 13: Home for Christmas

19 December 1962
Jed, Ellie May, Jethro and Grannie take their first plane flight back home for Christmas to visit cousin Pearl, who is busy cooking up a feast to win Mr. Brewster's unwilling heart.

Season 1, Episode 14: No Place Like Home

26 December 1962
Back home for Christmas, Elly May bonds with her old animal friends, while Pearl plays the piano for the "new" movie in town (the silent version of Ben Hur) to impress Mr. Brewster.

Season 1, Episode 15: Jed Rescues Pearl

2 January 1963
Since Mr. Brewster doesn't want to get married, but since the whole county knows that Cousin Pearl had her hat set for him, Jed comes up with a plan for her to save face by having Mr. Brewster proposed in public and then have her turn him down. Jed didn't count on Mr. Brewster's background in the theater and him making a huge production out of it.

Season 1, Episode 16: Back to Californy

9 January 1963
The Clampetts pack up to return to Beverly Hills, so Jethrine tries to pack Jazzbo Depew. Elly says goodbye to her animals. Back in Beverly Hills, Miss Hathaway dresses the vamp to meet Jethro at the airport, and once home the feuding starts between Grannie and Pearl over who's running Grannie's kitchen.

Season 1, Episode 17: Jed's Dilemma

16 January 1963
Grannie and Cousin Pearl are at each other's throats over who's going to take care of cooking and the house, so Jed has to find ways to keep them apart.

Season 1, Episode 18: Jed Saves Drysdale's Marriage

23 January 1963
Mrs Drysdale leaves for a health farm saying Mr. Drysdale is "going to have a new wife," while Mr. Drysdale tells Cousin Pearl he'd like her to keep his house. However, the Clampett's think he's wanting to marry Pearl, so Jed comes up with a plan to "save" the Drysdale's marriage.

Season 1, Episode 19: Elly's Animals

30 January 1963
Grannie sets Elly May's dogs and the police on Cousin Pearl to stop her yodeling, making everyone mad at her. She becomes contrite when she thinks she'll get kicked out of the clan for it, until the police find her still and she thinks Pearl turned her in.

Season 1, Episode 20: Jed Throws a Wingding

6 February 1963
Flatt and Scruggs and their wives come to visit their old sweetheart, but Pearl thinks they're there to propose. Jethro throws a wingding for them and the boys play them some great music.

Season 1, Episode 21: Jed Plays Solomon

13 February 1963
Granny can't stand Pearl's yodeling so she reports her to the police. When one of the officers takes Pearl out, Granny thinks she got Pearl in trouble and become sad and contrite. Meanwhile, the police find her still, and new trouble results.

Season 1, Episode 22: Duke Steals a Wife

20 February 1963
This is the only episode of The Beverly Hillbillies to mention Jed's late wife and Elly May's mother Rose Ellen.

Season 1, Episode 23: Jed Buys the Freeway

27 February 1963
Henry Jones shows up at the Clampett's, pretends to be an old friend and tries to sell the family the Hollywood Bowl, Griffith Park, and the freeway.

Season 1, Episode 24: Jed Becomes a Banker

6 March 1963
Drysdale hires Jed to be a banker when he needs a crack shot to help beat a rival banker in a skeet shooting competition, but his partner needs to be an employee.

Season 1, Episode 25: The Family Tree

13 March 1963
Mrs. Drysdale wants to get rid of the Clampett's before the arrival of Mrs. Smith-Standish, 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 ropes Mrs. Drysdale's into helping with chores done the old way, to her horror.

Season 1, Episode 26: Jed Cuts the Family Tree

20 March 1963
Mrs. Drysdale continues to be forced into doing "practices from the past" by Mrs. Smith-Standish, who discovers that Jed's family is possibly the first to come the country. If so they'd be famous worldwide, but does Jed want that?

Season 1, Episode 27: Granny's Spring Tonic

27 March 1963
Miss Hathaway's brilliant-but-frumpy bank protegee Gloria 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.

Season 1, Episode 28: Jed Pays His Income Tax

3 April 1963
When an IRS agent gets chased away by Grannie, Mr. Drysdale tell him the story of how the Clampetts came to be rich and move to Beverly Hills.

Buddy Ebsen ... Jed Clampett

Irene Ryan ... Daisy Moses

Donna Douglas ... Elly May Clampett (archive footage)

Max Baer Jr. ... Jethro Bodine (archive footage) (as Max Baer)

Bea Benaderet ... Cousin Pearl Bodine (archive footage)

Raymond Bailey ... Milburn Drysdale

Frank Wilcox ... John Brewster (archive footage)
John Stephenson ... Mr. Landman

Ron Hagerthy ... Geologist (archive footage)

Season 1, Episode 29: The Clampetts and the Dodgers

10 April 1963
Jed and Jethro go golfing with Leo Durocher, coach of the Los Angeles Dodgers, who wants to recruit Jethro as a pitcher when he sees how well he can throw.

Buddy Ebsen ... Jed Clampett

Irene Ryan ... Daisy Moses

Donna Douglas ... Elly May Clampett

Max Baer Jr. ... Jethro Bodine
Leo Durocher ... Leo Durocher
Skip Ward ... Walsh Wesson
Wally Cassell ... Buzzie Bavasi

Norman Leavitt ... Attendant
Jimmie Lee Gaines ... Little Boy (as Jimmy Gaines)

Season 1, Episode 30: Duke Becomes a Father

17 April 1963
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.

Season 1, Episode 31: The Clampetts Entertain

24 April 1963
Jed arranges a party to get Grannie out of her doldrums and invites the Drysdale. But when Mr. Drysdale's boss comes and wants to meet them for dinner, he wonders if he's going to be sent to an Alaskan bank when his boss finds out he's been lying about Jed and his family being sophisticated.

Season 1, Episode 32: The Clampetts in Court

1 May 1963
When a couple who ran into the Clampett's car discover that they're rich, they fake injuries and sue the Clampetts.

Buddy Ebsen ... Jed Clampett

Irene Ryan ... Daisy Moses

Donna Douglas ... Elly May Clampett

Max Baer Jr. ... Jethro Bodine

Kathleen Freeman ... Mabel Johnson

Murvyn Vye ... James Johnson
Dean Harens ... Attorney
Jess Kirkpatrick ... Bailiff

Roy Roberts ... Judge

Bert Stevens ... Courtroom Spectator (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 33: The Clampetts Get Psychoanalyzed

8 May 1963
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. He gets nowhere with Jethro, so Pearl comes and she thinks he is testing her virtue when he tries to lay her on his couch.

Season 1, Episode 34: The Psychiatrist Gets Clampetted

15 May 1963
Jethro finally gets his bill of health from Dr. Twombly so he can graduate the fifth grade, but Twombly really wants to talk to Grannie again. Drysdale brings him to the Clampetts' just as Grannie showed Pearl how to use a love potion, so everyone thinks Twombly's interest in Grannie is love.

Season 1, Episode 35: Elly Becomes a Secretary

22 May 1963
When Miss Hathaway gets sick and Mr. Drysdale has to speak at a conference, Jed decides 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 sucks-up to the men and flirts with the women.

Season 1, Episode 36: Jethro's Friend

29 May 1963
Jethro brings home a friend, Armstrong Dueser McHugh III, who is coddled by a chauffeur who treats him as frail. The Clampetts know better, and show him a good time, friendship and family.

Season 2

Season 2, Episode 1: Jed Gets the Misery

25 September 1963
Jed cheers up Grannie by pretending to be sick so she can doctor him. Soon Drysdale and his doctor, Clyburn, are subject to her methods as well.

Season 2, Episode 2: Hair-Raising Holiday

2 October 1963
After Grannie cuts off the top of Drysdale and Clyburn's (his doctor) hair for some homegrown remedy, Clyburn tries to keep her from ever doctoring again. Meanwhile, the Clampetts are looking forward to the Possum Day parade, which of course isn't celebrated in Beverly Hills, so Drysdale has to figure out how to have one to keep them happy.

Season 2, Episode 3: Granny's Garden

9 October 1963
Grannie has everyone up at the crack of down to plow the front yard for her garden, while Mr. Drysdale, Miss Hathaway, and a stubborn mule try to stop her.

Season 2, Episode 4: Elly Starts to School

16 October 1963
Mrs. Drysdale recommends Elly for a high-brow finishing school in hopes that humiliating her will drive the Clampetts away; but instead Miss Hathaway convinces the girls at the school that Elly is a fashion trend-setter. Elly invites the filthy rich Fenwicks over, thinking they're destitute.

Season 2, Episode 5: The Clampett Look

23 October 1963
Cynthia Fenwick makes her filthy rich mother dress in the "Clampett Look" when they visit the Clampetts, since she thinks Elly is a fashion maven. That only reinforces the Clampett's belief that the Fenwicks are poor.

Season 2, Episode 6: Jethro's First Love

30 October 1963
Jethro decides he wants to go a courtin', so after Jed gives him a little education he finds a woman, who happens to be a stripper. As usual, neither she or the Clampetts know what the other is really saying.

Season 2, Episode 7: Chickadee Returns

6 November 1963
Jethro thinks he's in love with Chickadee Laverne, a stripper he met at the bank. She and the Clampetts have meet and have different ideas about what an "engagement" is, while Miss Hathaway tries to avert this disaster.

Season 2, Episode 8: The Clampetts Are Overdrawn

13 November 1963
The Clampetts receive an overdraft from the bank intended for the deadbeat actor J.D. 'Jake' Clampett, while he gets their statement and starts to spend their money.

Season 2, Episode 9: The Clampetts Go Hollywood

20 November 1963
When Jake Clampett tells Jed he's his cousin, he's welcomed into the home and soon has everyone but Jed thinking about and dressing for a role in their next movie.

Season 2, Episode 10: Turkey Day

27 November 1963
Thanksgiving has a hitch when Elly bonds with the thanksgiving turkey so the family can't bring themselves to kill it, while Mrs Drysdale hires some Indians to take a thanksgiving picture and it puts Granny on the warpath.

Season 2, Episode 11: The Garden Party

4 December 1963
Mrs. Drysdale has a garden party and 'invites' the Clampetts by mistake. They end up back by their 'cement pond' to handle the 'overflow' from Mrs. Drysdale's party. A gun shot by Granny starts the real party.

Buddy Ebsen ... Jed Clampett

Irene Ryan ... Daisy Moses

Donna Douglas ... Elly May Clampett

Max Baer Jr. ... Jethro Bodine

Raymond Bailey ... Milburn Drysdale

Nancy Kulp ... Jane Hathaway
Harriet E. MacGibbon ... Mrs. Margaret Drysdale
Arthur Gould-Porter ... Ravenswood (as Arthur Gould Porter)
Murray Pollack ... Young Man - Party Guest (as Murray Pollock)

Sharon Tate ... Young Woman - Party Guest
Curt Massey ... Violinist
Paul Bradley ... Party Guest (uncredited)

Steve Carruthers ... Party Guest (uncredited)
George Ford ... Party Guest (uncredited)
Sam Harris ... Party Guest (uncredited)
Monty O'Grady ... Party Guest (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 12: Elly Needs a Maw

11 December 1963
Mr. Drysdale needs investors for his real estate development project, so he enlists the Widow Fenwick, and aims to cement the deal by hitching her to Jed Clampett, who is looking to find a mother for his daughter, Elly May.

Season 2, Episode 13: The Clampetts Get Culture

18 December 1963
The Clampetts decide to get a taste of culture to fit in the high-class society of Beverly Hills.

Season 2, Episode 14: Christmas at the Clampetts

25 December 1963
Lavish Christmas presents puzzle the Clampetts.

Season 2, Episode 15: A Man for Elly

1 January 1964
Granny tries to find the perfect man for Elly May.

Season 2, Episode 16: The Giant Jackrabbit

8 January 1964
Granny takes on a kangaroo.

Season 2, Episode 17: The Girl from Home

15 January 1964
A father and daughter from back home come to Beverly Hills to meet Jed.

Buddy Ebsen ... Jed Clampett

Irene Ryan ... Daisy Moses

Donna Douglas ... Elly May Clampett

Max Baer Jr. ... Jethro Bodine
Peter Whitney ... Lafayette 'Lafe' Crick
Muriel Landers ... Essiebelle Crick
Chet Stratton ... Jewelry Salesman

Kathy Kersh ... Marian Billington

Season 2, Episode 18: Lafe Lingers On

22 January 1964
Lafe Crick comes back in another scheme to get rich off the Clampetts' wealth.

Season 2, Episode 19: The Race for Queen

5 February 1964
Elly May competes in a contest to determine "The Queen of Beverly Hills."

Season 2, Episode 20: Lafe Returns

12 February 1964
Jed and Mr. Drysdale try matching Ellie with the bank's new CPA Fred Penrod (or Rod Fredpen) while Lafe continues to try to find where "Jed has his money buried".

Season 2, Episode 21: Son of Lafe Returns

19 February 1964
Lafe Crick tries some match making with his son Dub and Ellie. Jed has his reservations.

Season 2, Episode 22: The Clampetts Go Fishing

26 February 1964
Mr. Drysdale tries to get the Clampetts interested in deep sea fishing by sending them to Sea World. Thinking that it's a fishing hole, Granny wants to "catch the whale".

Season 2, Episode 23: The Critter Doctor

11 March 1964
Dr Martin of the zoo keeps giving Ellie more critters than Granny can stand. While Jim Gardner (or Jim Garrrrr!) comes to sell "bug vittles" but ends up falling for Ellie.

Season 2, Episode 24: A Bride for Jed

18 March 1964
Country musicians Lester Flatt and Earl Scruggs, with the help of Miss Jane and Mr. Drysdale, try to find a city woman for Jed the same way they found theirs. By holding auditions for backup singers.

Season 2, Episode 25: Granny Versus the Weather Bureau

25 March 1964
The Weather Bureau says their satellite predicts fair and clear. Granny's beetle says rain. The Weather Bureau meets the beetle.

Season 2, Episode 26: Another Neighbor

1 April 1964
It's tonic time in Beverly Hills. Granny's made a batch of tonic and sends a sample to their new neighbor, the Countess Maria. She loves it and throws a party to celebrate.

Season 2, Episode 27: The Bank Raising

8 April 1964
Mr. Drysdale is having a ground-breaking ceremony for a new bank building and the Clampetts think they need to pitch in to help build it. Meanwhile Mr. Drysdale's associates try to get stock market tips off of Jed.

Season 2, Episode 28: The Great Crawdad Hunt

15 April 1964
The Clampetts get a big food package from home and Mr. Drysdale's two associates, Mr. Lucus and Mr. Pendleton, think that the crawdads have something to do with the development of military reconnaissance technology.

Season 2, Episode 29: The Dress Shop

22 April 1964
Mr. Drysdale has Jed buy a Beverly Hills dress store for an investment and the Clampetts show up to help "the poor widow and her starving girls".

Season 2, Episode 30: The House of Granny

29 April 1964
The Clampetts try to turn their newly acquired Beverly Hills dress boutique, The House of Renee, into a country store, The House of Granny.

Season 2, Episode 31: The Continental Touch

6 May 1964
Jed sends Ellie to the Beverly Hills dress boutique he used to own (now the House of Maurice) to learn how to be a lady, where Mrs. Drysdale mistakes her for royalty.

Season 2, Episode 32: Jed, Incorporated

13 May 1964
Mr. Drysdale wants Jed to incorporate for the tax advantages. So the Clampetts take over the top floor of the Commerce Bank and start doing what they can to stimulate the economy by getting more money into the hands of more people.

Season 2, Episode 33: Granny Learns to Drive

20 May 1964
Granny's driving and Ellie's cooking makes a policeman and a cab driver think that the Clampett Mansion is a mental institution.

Season 2, Episode 34: Cabin in Beverly Hills

27 May 1964
Mr. Drysdale get's Jed's old cabin from back home and sets it up in the Clampett's backyard to surprise Granny on her birthday. A coed with a sociology major thinks that they live there as the Drysdale's servants.

Season 2, Episode 35: Jed Foils a Home Wrecker

3 June 1964
Mrs. Drysdale hires a demolition man to remove the Clampett's cabin. Mr. Drysdale decides to occupy the cabin so it can't be removed. The Clampetts think a "home wrecker" is breaking up the Drysdale's marriage.

Season 2, Episode 36: Jethro's Graduation

10 June 1964
Jethro's running late for his graduation ceremony despite his new watch. Mrs. Potts of Jethro's school is afraid that his attendance will jeopardize her chances for a new endowment. Cousin Bessie saves the day.

Buddy Ebsen ... Jed Clampett

Irene Ryan ... Daisy Moses

Donna Douglas ... Elly May Clampett

Max Baer Jr. ... Jethro Bodine

Raymond Bailey ... Milburn Drysdale

Nancy Kulp ... Jane Hathaway

Eleanor Audley ... Mrs. Millicent Schuyler-Potts
Lisa Davis ... Diana Davis
Donald Foster ... Theodore Switzer
Mike Barton ... Boy #1
Nate Derman ... Boy #2 (as Happy Derman)
Robert Nunn ... Boy #3 (uncredited)

Season 3

Season 3, Episode 1: Jed Becomes a Movie Mogul

23 September 1964
Mr. Drysdale buys Mammoth Pictures, a movie studio. Jed, Granny, Elly and Jethro try to "help" the studio, which is losing money, by working at the studio.

Buddy Ebsen ... Jed Clampett

Irene Ryan ... Daisy Moses

Donna Douglas ... Elly May Clampett

Max Baer Jr. ... Jethro Bodine

Nancy Kulp ... Jane Hathaway

John Abbott ... Sir Trevor Gielgud Burton-Guinness
Alvy Moore ... Alvin
Sallie Jones ... Miss Swenson (as Sallie Janes)

Russ Conway ... Director
Ray Kellogg ... Gate Guard
Milton Frome ... Lawrence Chapman

Doris Day ... Judy Kimball (archive footage)

Rock Hudson ... George Kimball (archive footage)

Season 3, Episode 2: Clampett City

30 September 1964
Mr. Drysdale tells the Clampetts that he is building a city on the location where Jed's movie studio is located. The Clampetts mistake a western prop town for the city.

Buddy Ebsen ... Jed Clampett

Irene Ryan ... Daisy Moses

Donna Douglas ... Elly May Clampett

Max Baer Jr. ... Jethro Bodine

Raymond Bailey ... Milburn Drysdale

Nancy Kulp ... Jane Hathaway
Sallie Jones ... Miss Swenson (as Sallie Janes)
Herbert Ellis ... Producer #1 (as Herb Ellis)

Sidney Clute ... Producer #2
Kip King ... Producer #3
Ray Kellogg ... Producer #4

Elvia Allman ... Actress
Phil Gordon ... Actor
Milton Frome ... Lawrence Chapman

Don Megowan ... Monster

Season 3, Episode 3: Clampett City General Store

7 October 1964
The Clampetts decide to run the store on the empty studio Western set but can't understand why they don't have any customers.

Season 3, Episode 4: Hedda Hopper's Hollywood

14 October 1964
The Clampets are still at the studio hoping their city prospers. Mr. Drysdale is still trying to tear the studio down for his building project. A famous hollywood columnist enlists Jed's help to save the studio.

Season 3, Episode 5: Doctor Jed Clampett

21 October 1964
Jed gets an honorary doctorate when he donates money to the college that Mr. Drysdale attended. Now the family thinks he can now practice medicine, which doesn't sit well with Granny.

Buddy Ebsen ... Jed Clampett

Irene Ryan ... Daisy Moses

Donna Douglas ... Elly May Clampett

Max Baer Jr. ... Jethro Bodine

Raymond Bailey ... Milburn Drysdale
Richard St. John ... Dean Cromwell

Virginia Sale ... Chicken Woman
Ron Rogers ... Fire Eater (as Roy Rogers)
Hazel Shermet ... Mother

Teena Marie ... Beverly (as Tina Marie Brockert)
Fabian Dean ... Knife Thrower
Cully Richards ... Bus Driver

Season 3, Episode 6: Jed the Heartbreaker

28 October 1964
Mrs. Drysdale thinks she can get the hillbillies to move out by throwing herself at Jed. Meanwhile Granny is itching to fight her because she fell into the cement pond when Jed had to stop a fight between them earlier.

Season 3, Episode 7: Back to Marineland

4 November 1964
Jethro wants to be a double naught spy thinking it is a branch of the military. Jane gets him to consider something else. After a little prodding from Granny who has a score to settle with a whale he chooses the Marines and off they go.

Season 3, Episode 8: Teenage Idol

11 November 1964
An old friend from back in the hills is now an Elvis like singing idol. The Clampetts misunderstand the situation and decide to help Johnny get on his feet.

Buddy Ebsen ... Jed Clampett

Irene Ryan ... Daisy Moses

Donna Douglas ... Elly May Clampett

Max Baer Jr. ... Jethro Bodine

Jesse Pearson ... Johnny Poke
Susan Walther ... Teenager
Marie-Elena Junker ... Second Teenager (as Marie Elena)

Alan Reed ... Eddie Colton

Season 3, Episode 9: The Widow Poke Arrives

18 November 1964
Johnny Poke's mother arrives from the Ozarks and Granny's matchmaking begins. Jed and Emma Poke come up with a plan to discourage her.

Season 3, Episode 10: The Ballet

25 November 1964
Mrs. Drysdale needs Jed to donate $190,000 to save the Beverly Hills Ballet but he has his hands full trying to keep Granny from heading back to the hills pushing all her stuff in a wheelbarrow.

Buddy Ebsen ... Jed Clampett

Irene Ryan ... Daisy Moses

Donna Douglas ... Elly May Clampett

Max Baer Jr. ... Jethro Bodine

Raymond Bailey ... Milburn Drysdale

Nancy Kulp ... Jane Hathaway
Harriet E. MacGibbon ... Mrs. Margaret Drysdale
Leon Belasco ... Victor Gregory
Roy Fitzell ... Choreographer And Dancer
Barrie Duffus ... Prima Ballerina
Roy Darmour ... Taxi Driver
Diane Reese ... Dancer #3
Alice Condon ... Dancer #4 (as Kim Condon)
Consuela Morávková ... Dancer #5 (as Consuela Moran)
Jane Lamb ... Dancer #6 (as Laura Lamb)

Season 3, Episode 11: The Boarder

9 December 1964
Mr. Drysdale talks the butler into staying on, posing as a boarder, so that he can teach the Clampetts how to be more civilized.

Season 3, Episode 12: The Boarder Stays

16 December 1964
Pinckney, the butler is put on trial by the Clampetts after running out without paying for his room and board.

Season 3, Episode 13: Start the New Year Right

29 December 1964
Hospitalized for nerves from dealing with the hillbillies Mrs. Drysdale threatens Mr. Drysdale to stay there until he gets rid of them and even sending for a specialist. Unfortunately the Clampet clan is on their way to visit her.

Season 3, Episode 14: Clampett General Hospital

6 January 1965
Mrs. Drysdale wakes up to find she is no longer in the hospital. The Clampetts, unhappy with what they feel as the hospital's poor level of care, break her out and set her up in their mansion.

Season 3, Episode 15: The Movie Starlet

13 January 1965
A young actress becomes interested in Jethro when she finds out Jed owns a movie studio.

Season 3, Episode 16: Elly in the Movies

20 January 1965
Hollywood heart throb Dash Riprock woos Elly May.

Season 3, Episode 17: Dash Riprock, You Cad

27 January 1965
Ellie May loses another suitor to Miss Jane in another case of mistaken identity.

Buddy Ebsen ... Jed Clampett

Irene Ryan ... Daisy Moses

Donna Douglas ... Elly May Clampett

Max Baer Jr. ... Jethro Bodine

Larry Pennell ... Dash Riprock

Raymond Bailey ... Milburn Drysdale

Nancy Kulp ... Jane Hathaway

Sharon Tate ... Janet Trego
Jeff Davis ... Biff Steel

Jack Bannon ... Bolt Upright
Dermot Cathie ... Crunch Hardtack (as Dermot A. Cronin)
Glenn R. Wilder ... Race Burley (as Glenn Wilder)
Kent Miller ... Tab Strong

Murray Alper ... Studio Driver

Season 3, Episode 18: Clampett A-Go-Go

3 February 1965
An eccentric beatnik artist, distracted by the sight of Elly Mae, crashes his car into the wall around the Clampett home. He becomes a house guest while recovering and tries to sell his odd painting to Mr. Drysdale and others. The family can't understand his peculiar hipster slang and think he's mentally impaired from the accident.

Season 3, Episode 19: Granny's Romance

17 February 1965
Granny gets set up with a man who normally only dates women half his age, while Jed goes out with a beautiful woman who dates rich older men.

Season 3, Episode 20: Jed's Temptation

24 February 1965
Granny wants Jed to find a wife and asks for Mr. Drysdale's help. He introduces Jed to Phyllis but learns too late she a gold digger and becomes alarmed when they head to the track. But it's Granny they need to worry about.

Season 3, Episode 21: Double Naught Jethro

3 March 1965
Jethro sees a James Bond movie. Naturally he's very impressed & decides that this is his new calling in life. So he commissions himself double naught 10. And of course he needs a spy car like Bond has, he tricks out the family truck with smoke screen machine, a single barrel shotgun that fires from the back of his vehicle in case he is being pursued by the bad guys, and the topper - an iron canopy that completely fits over his head. Just one problem that Uncle Jed points out, Jethro neglected to put in a window in the canopy so he can see where he is going. All in all, another typical half-baked Jethro gaff.

Season 3, Episode 22: Clampett's Millions

10 March 1965

Season 3, Episode 23: Drysdale's Dog Days

17 March 1965
Mrs. Drydale's poodle Claude is to enter a dog show but gets sick right before. Granny offers to doctor the dog but Ellie Mae is concerned he doesn't know any tricks so she decides to help out with one of her own pets.

Season 3, Episode 24: Brewster's Honeymoon

24 March 1965
John Brewster, the oilman from Tulsa, is bringing his new bride to California for their honeymoon. Somehow the Clampetts get the idea that their backyard rustic cabin is the ideal place for the Brewsters to stay.

Season 3, Episode 25: Flatt, Clampett, and Scruggs

31 March 1965

Season 3, Episode 26: Jed and the Countess

14 April 1965

Season 3, Episode 27: Big Daddy, Jed

21 April 1965
Unbeknownst to Mr. Drysdale, beatnik Sheldon Epps pays another visit to the Clampetts, recruiting Jethro and Elly Mae.

Season 3, Episode 28: Cool School Is Out

28 April 1965
Jethro and Elly Mae decide to embrace the beatnik lifestyle and follow Sheldon to his hip hangout. Granny is against it but when she goes to bring them back the beats find her ways quaint and especially like her new dance.

Season 3, Episode 29: The Big Bank Battle

5 May 1965
A rival bank recruits Jed.

Season 3, Episode 30: The Clampetts vs. Automation

12 May 1965
A long time employee of the Commerce Bank is being forcibly retired to make way for a new computer system. A chance meeting with the Clampetts gives him an idea about dealing with Mr. Drysdale.

Season 3, Episode 31: Luke's Boy

26 May 1965
Granny worries about Elly becoming a spinster so she summons Beauregard from the hills to propose. But Elly doesn't care for him so Jed and Miss Jane help to make Elly less appealing. Jethro tries to turn Beau into a playboy.

Season 3, Episode 32: The Brewsters Return

2 June 1965
The Brewsters arrive in LA but want to keep it a secret from the Clampetts. Jed and Granny are set on returning to the hills so Mr. Drysdale tells them the newlywed couple need their help getting settled backwoods style.

Season 3, Episode 33: Jed, the Bachelor

9 June 1965
Granny heads out with her possessions in a wheelbarrow, determined to get back to the hills. But once she hits Las Vegas she makes an expensive detour. Jethro is a nuisance trying to be a playboy so Mr. Drysdale gives him a job.

Season 3, Episode 34: The Art Center

16 June 1965
Mrs. Drysdale thinks she's convinced Jed to turn the mansion into an art museum in an effort to get them to move. In a misunderstanding Granny becomes a painter of flowers while Jethro and Elly sculpt animals.

Season 4

Season 4, Episode 1: Admiral Jed Clampett

15 September 1965
Mr. Drysdale tries to get Jed to buy a yacht and join the yacht club. As usual, a misunderstanding takes place, and the Navy gets involved.

Season 4, Episode 2: That Old Black Magic

22 September 1965
Granny confuses Mrs. Drysdale's forays into astrology with the practice of black magic. An intended gift for Ellie Mae from Mr. Drysdale only adds to the confusion.

Season 4, Episode 3: The Sheik

29 September 1965
After an oil deal is brokered between a middle eastern sheikh, Mr. Brewster of OK Oil Company and Jed Clampett, the sheikh shows his gratitude by giving Jed a harem of four dancing girls. After being told that Jed can't accept, the sheikh, having fallen for Elly Mae, tries to broker a trade for her.

Buddy Ebsen ... Jed Clampett

Irene Ryan ... Daisy Moses

Donna Douglas ... Elly May Clampett

Max Baer Jr. ... Jethro Bodine

Raymond Bailey ... Milburn Drysdale

Nancy Kulp ... Jane Hathaway
Dan Seymour ... Sheik Ahmed
Naji Gabbay ... Aide

Bill Baldwin ... Himself
Charlotte Knight ... Newshen
Phil Gordon ... Reporter
Marianna Case ... Fourth Harem Girl
Ila Britton ... Third Harem Girl (as Lisa Britton)
Diane Bond ... First Harem Girl
Nai Bonet ... Second Harem Girl

Frank Wilcox ... John Brewster

Season 4, Episode 4: The Private Eye

6 October 1965
Jethro, hearing that "Double-Naught Seven" is in the West Indies (a reference to the James Bond movie "Thunderball," though this isn't specifically mentioned), wants to drive there to meet his hero and become a spy. Jed, knowing that Jethro is going through another phase, suggests he set up a "Double Naught" office in Beverly Hills. Milburn Drysdale, anxious to keep the Clampetts happy, makes an office available in his bank. Jethro has some trouble with his "Double Naught" devices: a blade that is supposed to come out of his shoe is put in backwards; a one-way mirror is put in the wrong way; tear gas is injected inside his gas mask. Meanwhile, a bank robber, who previously arranged to rent the office to rob Drysdale's bank, sees a chance to take advantage of Jethro's enthusiasm for spying. The robber poses as the head of British Intelligence, says Jethro is doing a good job but the office needs an escape hatch. Given the office is above the bank's vault, such a hatch would make it easier to rob the bank. Jethro's clumsiness, however, proves the robber's undoing.

Season 4, Episode 5: Possum Day

13 October 1965
When the Clampetts decide they want to go home for Possum Day, Mr. Drysdale attempts putting together a Possum Day in Beverly Hills.

Season 4, Episode 6: The Possum Parade

20 October 1965
Granny wonders why Mrs. Drysdale hasn't started her campaign for Possum Queen. Unbeknownst to Mrs. Drysdale, Mr. Drysdale has plastered her limousine with "Margaret Drysdale for Possum Queen" posters. Will Mrs. Drysdale beat Granny?

Season 4, Episode 7: The Clampetts Play the Rams

27 October 1965

Season 4, Episode 8: The Courtship of Elly

3 November 1965
Granny's concocts a love potion for Elly Mae at the same time Mr. Drysdale hires an escort for Elly. Dean arrives at the mansion with the Clampetts believing he's Miss Jane's boyfriend so Granny tries a reverse spell.

Season 4, Episode 9: A Real Nice Neighbor

10 November 1965
The Clampetts mistakenly think a neigibor's servants are the actual owners and Granny tries her best to set Jed up with the maid.

Season 4, Episode 10: The Poor Farmer

17 November 1965
Mr. Drysdale wants to land the account of Lucas Sebastian, an overweight billionaire who's on a strict diet. The banker introduces him to Jed who misunderstands, believing he's penniless and hasn't eaten in days. Jethro experiments in the kitchen.

Season 4, Episode 11: Hoe Down A-Go-Go

24 November 1965
Jed and Granny are concerned the young'uns aren't meeting anyone so decide to throw a wing ding. Miss Jane provides the music but the older Clampetts are confused by the band names. A mix between a square dance and rockfest ensues.

Buddy Ebsen ... Jed Clampett

Irene Ryan ... Daisy Moses

Donna Douglas ... Elly May Clampett

Max Baer Jr. ... Jethro Bodine

Raymond Bailey ... Milburn Drysdale

Nancy Kulp ... Jane Hathaway
Ross Kills Enemy ... Himself (as The Enemies)
Eddie Garrett ... Garrett Dancers (as Garrett Dancers)
The Enemies ... Themselves
Cory Wells ... Himself
Paul De Rolf ... Speciality Dancer (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 12: Mrs. Drysdale's Father

1 December 1965
Mr. Farquar, Mrs. Drysdale's father comes for a visit. When he's alone with Drysdale, he reveals he's broke. It seems on his way over, he passed through Las Vegas and lost his whole fortune and is asking Drysdale for a handout, which he refuses. He later learns of the Clampetts, he goes there hoping to get some of their money so he can go back to Las Vegas.

Season 4, Episode 13: Mr. Farquhar Stays On

8 December 1965
Daddy Farquhar continues to visit the Clampetts's mansion to his daughter Margaret's displeasure. He has plans for Granny and her money in Las Vegas but she's expecting a marriage proposal.

Season 4, Episode 14: Military School

15 December 1965

Season 4, Episode 15: The Common Cold

29 December 1965
When Mr. Drysdale is unhappy with Dr. Clyburn's treatment of his cold the Clampetts hear about it. Granny decides it's time to set up practice and enlists the rest of her family to help. She also claims a cure for the common cold.

Season 4, Episode 16: The Richest Woman

5 January 1966
The world's richest woman wants to buy the Clampett mansion and will stop at nothing to get it. Does Jed sell? Watch and see!

Season 4, Episode 17: The Trotting Horse

12 January 1966

Season 4, Episode 18: The Buggy

19 January 1966

Season 4, Episode 19: The Cat Burglar

26 January 1966
There's a cat burglar in Beverly Hills and Elly Mae is determined to keep her kitties safe, so she sets traps for the thief while Jethro decides to play private eye. When the cat burglar shows up at the Clampett's residence posing as a detective, typical hi-jinks ensue.

Season 4, Episode 20: The Big Chicken

2 February 1966

Season 4, Episode 21: Sonny Drysdale Returns

9 February 1966

Season 4, Episode 22: Brewster's Baby

16 February 1966

Season 4, Episode 23: The Great Jethro

23 February 1966
A shady magician sells his wares to the gullible Jethro.

Season 4, Episode 24: The Old Folks Home

2 March 1966

Season 4, Episode 25: Flatt and Scruggs Return

16 March 1966

Season 4, Episode 26: The Folk Singers

23 March 1966
Jethro is bent on becoming an astronaut but gets sidetracked into teaming up with Miss Jane to become a folk singer. Along the way Jethro invents a new musical device he dubs the Bodine o' phone.

Season 4, Episode 27: The Beautiful Maid

30 March 1966
Drysdale, at first irate that beautiful actress Bergstrom is kept on an expensive stipend without making a film, is smitten at first sight and so places the actress in the Clampett home to learn backwoods accents and ways for a movie.

Season 4, Episode 28: Jethro's Pad

6 April 1966
Jethro becomes a Hugh Hefner wanabe when he discovers some playpen magazines in the Mr. Drysdales garage.

Season 4, Episode 29: The Bird-Watchers

13 April 1966

Season 4, Episode 30: Jethro Gets Engaged

20 April 1966

Season 4, Episode 31: Granny Tonics a Bird-Watcher

27 April 1966

Season 4, Episode 32: Jethro Goes to College

18 May 1966

Buddy Ebsen ... Jed Clampett

Irene Ryan ... Daisy Moses

Donna Douglas ... Elly May Clampett

Max Baer Jr. ... Jethro Bodine

Raymond Bailey ... Milburn Drysdale

Nancy Kulp ... Jane Hathaway
Louise Lorimer ... Dean Frisby

Hope Summers ... Miss Pringle
Gloria Neil ... Miss Plumpett
Fuji ... Hoshu Fujiyama (as Shuji J. Nozawa)
Nachi Nozawa ... Hoshu Fujiyama (as Shuji J.Nozawa)

Season 5

Season 5, Episode 1: The Party Line

14 September 1966
Granny receives a box from Cousin Pearl in the hills. One of the items in the box is an old fashioned crank telephone. Granny asks Jethro to hook it up to a party line on the pole so she can listen in on the party line.

Season 5, Episode 2: The Soup Contest

21 September 1966
Granny despairs of Elly Mae ever finding a husband and decides to promote her non-existent cooking skills. She is entered into a TV show cook off but nothing she fixes is edible.

Season 5, Episode 3: Jethro Takes Love Lessons

28 September 1966
Jethro is in love with Susie, the carhop waitress at the local drive-in, but Susie keeps rejecting his advances. Jed advises a dejected Jethro to take dating advice from Dash Riprock, the movie star/playboy neighbor to the Clampetts. Dash advises Jethro to buy a convertible, invite Susie to go on a double date with Elly Mae and him, and even lets Jethro use his bachelor pad. Despite Dash's efforts, Jethro still can't get past his hillbilly ways to Susie's heart.

Season 5, Episode 4: The Badger Game

5 October 1966

Season 5, Episode 5: The Badgers Return

12 October 1966

Season 5, Episode 6: The Gorilla

19 October 1966
Jethro is chopping wood while a chimpanzee named May Bell watches. He wishes that he could teach May Bell to chop wood. When Elly May comes by, she and Jethro talk and decide that they want a gorilla.

Season 5, Episode 7: Come Back, Little Herbie

26 October 1966

Season 5, Episode 8: Jed in Politics

2 November 1966

Season 5, Episode 9: Clampett Cha Cha Cha

9 November 1966
Granny wins free lessons from a supposedly acclaimed dance school.

Season 5, Episode 10: Jed Joins the Board

16 November 1966
Jed takes a job on the board of directors of O.K. Oil Company.

Buddy Ebsen ... Jed Clampett

Irene Ryan ... Daisy Moses

Donna Douglas ... Elly May Clampett

Max Baer Jr. ... Jethro Bodine

Raymond Bailey ... Milburn Drysdale

Nancy Kulp ... Jane Hathaway
Barry Kelley ... E. W. Brachner (as Barry Kelly)
Owen Cunningham ... Director
Tommy Farrell ... Pilot

Jack Grinnage ... Co-pilot
C. Lindsay Workman ... Mr. Peterson (as Lindsay Workman)
Jan Arvan ... Mr. Forbes

Frank Wilcox ... John Brewster
Ed Haskett ... Board Member (uncredited)
Joseph La Cava ... Board Member (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 11: Granny Lives It Up

23 November 1966
When Cushing makes another attempt to get the Clampetts to movie their money to his bank, by romancing Granny. When Drysdale learns of this, he decides to bring his father-in-law. Lowell Farquhar who once dated Granny, to draw Granny away from Cushing.

Season 5, Episode 12: The Gloria Swanson Story

30 November 1966
Gloria Swanson and Drysdale are doing some business which involves her selling her house and some of her possessions and donating the proceeds to charity and she's moving East. When the Clampetts read about her moving away,Jethro who heard a story that she's auctioning of her things think that she's broke and that she's being forced to sell her possessions Granny being a big fan is heart broken. They go to see her and try to life up her spirits by saying they like her movies and that they're still being shown in their hometown. Jed decides to ask Chapman to make a silent movie with Swanson in it.

Buddy Ebsen ... Jed Clampett

Irene Ryan ... Daisy Moses

Donna Douglas ... Elly May Clampett

Max Baer Jr. ... Jethro Bodine

Gloria Swanson ... Herself

Raymond Bailey ... Milburn Drysdale

Nancy Kulp ... Jane Hathaway
Milton Frome ... Lawrence Chapman

George N. Neise ... Mr Foley - Auctioneer
Leonard Bremen ... 1st Mover (as Lennie Bremen)
Frank Sully ... 2nd Mover

Dan White ... Man (as Daniel White)
Lenore Kingston ... Woman
Ray Kellogg ... Gate Guard

Season 5, Episode 13: The Woodchucks

7 December 1966
Jethro is so desperate to meet a woman that when Miss Hathaway's bird watching group arrives, he goes out of his way to try to impress the women.

Buddy Ebsen ... Jed Clampett

Irene Ryan ... Daisy Moses

Donna Douglas ... Elly May Clampett

Max Baer Jr. ... Jethro Bodine

Raymond Bailey ... Milburn Drysdale

Nancy Kulp ... Jane Hathaway
Nancy Dow ... Athena
Sandy Berke Jordan ... Lolita (as Sandy Berke)
Jerry Rannow ... Stanley
Annette Anderson ... Bird Watcher #1 (as Twila Anderson)
Holly McCall ... Bird Watcher #2 (as Holly Matthews)
Penny Antine ... Bird Watcher #4
Giovanna Coppola ... Birdwatcher #3
Lavina Dawson ... Birdwatcher #5
Lynn Kellogg ... Bird Watcher #6 (as Lynn Ketchum)

Season 5, Episode 14: Foggy Mountain Soap

14 December 1966

Buddy Ebsen ... Jed Clampett

Irene Ryan ... Daisy Moses

Donna Douglas ... Elly May Clampett

Max Baer Jr. ... Jethro Bodine
Lester Flatt ... Himself
Earl Scruggs ... Himself
Bobs Watson ... Harry Hogan
Terry Phillips ... Sound Man
Tom Curtis ... Makeup Man

Edward Andrews ... Commodore Stewart Ratterman

Season 5, Episode 15: The Christmas Present

21 December 1966
In order to buy Mrs. Drysdale a special Christmas present, the Clampetts take seasonal jobs in a department store.

Season 5, Episode 16: The Flying Saucer

28 December 1966
Granny discovers Martians next door at the Drysdale mansion.

Season 5, Episode 17: The Mayor of Bug Tussle

4 January 1967
Amos Wentworth Hogg, Mayor of Bug Tussle, travels to Beverly Hills to visit the Clampetts with hopes of raising money to cover an embezzlement debt. The Clampetts, however, believe he has eyes for Granny.

Season 5, Episode 18: Granny Retires

11 January 1967
Granny decides to take her share of the Clampett millions and move back home.

Season 5, Episode 19: The Clampett Curse

18 January 1967
Jed and Granny decide to donate the burden of their millions to some college students and move back home.

Season 5, Episode 20: The Indians Are Coming

1 February 1967
When Crowfoot Indians come to Beverly Hills to discuss a boundary dispute at the Clampett oil field, Granny prepares for war.

Season 5, Episode 21: The Marriage Machine

8 February 1967
Jethro goes to a computer dating service, and Granny follows to find a date for Jed.

Season 5, Episode 22: Elly Comes Out

15 February 1967

Season 5, Episode 23: The Matador

22 February 1967

Season 5, Episode 24: The Gypsy's Warning

1 March 1967
The Clampketts come across Narda and Yerko, two gypsies, who decide to run a scam on the unsuspecting clan. Involving both a marriage prophecy and and a curse, the crooks see the families 's naivety to their advantage.

Season 5, Episode 25: His Royal Highness

8 March 1967

Season 5, Episode 26: Super Hawg

15 March 1967

Season 5, Episode 27: The Doctors

22 March 1967

Season 5, Episode 28: Delovely and Scruggs

29 March 1967
Country music legends Lester Flatt and Earl Scruggs visit the Clampetts while Lester's "citified" wife, Gladys, heads to Mammoth Studios for a screen test directed by Jethro (at Lester's request).

Season 5, Episode 29: The Little Monster

12 April 1967

Season 5, Episode 30: The Dahlia Feud

12 April 1967
Mrs. Drysdale's dahlias spark a feud with the Clampett's when Margaret Drysdale accuses Granny of theft.

Season 6

Season 6, Episode 1: Jed Inherits a Castle

6 September 1967
Jed Clampett has inherited a castle in the English countryside. Jethro insists that everyone, except Granny, wear the royal raiment's of Elizabeth (the First, of course).

Season 6, Episode 2: The Clampetts in London

13 September 1967

Buddy Ebsen ... Jed Clampett

Irene Ryan ... Daisy Moses

Donna Douglas ... Elly May Clampett

Max Baer Jr. ... Jethro Bodine

Raymond Bailey ... Milburn Drysdale

Nancy Kulp ... Jane Hathaway

Alan Napier ... Chemist
Hugh Dempster ... Cholmondeley
Ernest Clark ... Cedric Giles-Evans (as Ernest Clarke)

John Orchard ... Customs Inspector
John Barron ... Chauffeur (as John Baron)

Larry J. Blake ... Cab Driver (as Larry Blake)
Shary Marshall ... Stewardess

Season 6, Episode 3: Clampett Castle

20 September 1967

Season 6, Episode 4: Robin Hood of Griffith Park

27 September 1967

Season 6, Episode 5: Robin Hood and the Sheriff

4 October 1967
Jethro's hippie friends map plans to rob Mr. Drysdale's bank.

Season 6, Episode 6: Greetings from the President

11 October 1967

Season 6, Episode 7: The Army Game

18 October 1967

Season 6, Episode 8: Mr. Universe Muscles In

25 October 1967
Elly May has a new beau and he's Mr. Universe Dave Draper but the Clampetts are concerned about his muscles. Doctor Granny is convince he is afflicted with barbell bloat and aims to cure him.

Season 6, Episode 9: A Plot for Granny

1 November 1967
Jed thinks he is buying Granny some farmland but when she finds out it's a cemetery plot, she is sure the family wants to get rid of her.

Season 6, Episode 10: The Social Climbers

8 November 1967
Granny is back to matchmaking with Jed her unknowing client. Adaline Ashley, a backwoods blacksmith, is considered the top of society back in the hills and a perfect bride for the single millionaire.

Season 6, Episode 11: Jethro's Military Career

15 November 1967
Jethro thinks he wants to be a naval frogman but Granny is concerned her tonic has transformed him. Mr. Drysdale, concerned about finances, has Miss Jane distract Jethro with comics causing him to want to fly to the moon.

Season 6, Episode 12: The Reserve Program

22 November 1967

Season 6, Episode 13: The South Rises Again

29 November 1967
Granny confuses a movie with a restart of the Civil War, convincing Ellie and Jethro to join the Confederates. Granny wounds the actor playing Grant with Ellie's cookies, taking him to cure him with her "rheumatism" medicine.

Season 6, Episode 14: Jethro in the Reserves

6 December 1967

Season 6, Episode 15: Cimarron Drip

13 December 1967
Jethro believes his moment for Hollywood stardom has arrived. Casting for Bachelor Sheriff Knows Best is occurring and Jethro mistakenly thinks he has been chosen.

Season 6, Episode 16: Corn Pone Picassos

20 December 1967
Granny competes against Mrs. Drysdale as artists and tells Jed about her uncle the barn painter. Jed and Jethro go to an upscale gallery to buy a painting but are mistaken for gardeners. Bessie the chimp dabbles with a paintbrush.

Season 6, Episode 17: The Clampetts Play Cupid

27 December 1967
After Ellie seems to be no longer interested in Dash Riprock Granny decides it's time to do a little matchmaking. She thinks the handsome actor would be perfect for Miss Jane.

Season 6, Episode 18: The Housekeeper

3 January 1968
Mr. Drysdale talks the Clampetts into hiring a housekeeper. Unfortunately, the housekeeper that is hired is uninterested in doing housework.

Season 6, Episode 19: The Diner

10 January 1968
Jethro decides to turn his favorite thing eating into a job by getting the family involved in buying a diner. The family's choice of offerings lead to a lack of customers so Mr. Drysdale tries to fix things.

Season 6, Episode 20: Topless Anyone?

17 January 1968
Jethro worried that his diner the Hungry Gizzard has no customers, has a wonderful idea. He busts in on Mr. Drysdale trying to impress the wealthy Vanderpools announcing the restaurant is going topless. Confusion insues.

Season 6, Episode 21: The Great Snow

24 January 1968
Granny wants to leave sunny California because she misses the winter season sending Mr. Drysdale into a panic. The banker enlists Miss Jane in an elaborate scheme to convince the Clampetts that a blizzard has occurred.

Season 6, Episode 22: The Rass'lin Clampetts

31 January 1968
After Mrs. Drysdale complains to Granny they have a physical brawl. It leads to Jethro explaining to Jed and Granny about TV wrestling. While watching Granny thinks its real so she decides to rescue Rebecca, one of the performers.

Season 6, Episode 23: The Great Tag-Team Match

7 February 1968

Buddy Ebsen ... Jed Clampett

Irene Ryan ... Daisy Moses

Donna Douglas ... Elly May Clampett

Max Baer Jr. ... Jethro Bodine

Alan Reed ... Gene Booth

Raymond Bailey ... Milburn Drysdale

Nancy Kulp ... Jane Hathaway

Mike Mazurki ... The Boston Strong Girl's Father
Gayle Caldwell ... Rebecca
Jerry Randall ... The Boston Strong Girl

Bill Baldwin ... Announcer
Kay St. Germain Wells ... Secretary (as Kay St. Germain)
Merie Earle ... Rebecca's Mother

Jerry Brutsche ... Rebecca's Father
Margo Epper ... The Boston Strong Girl's Mother
Gene LeBell ... Referee

Season 6, Episode 24: Jethro Proposes

21 February 1968
Granny is worried about Miss Jane's spinster hood and convinces Jethro to ask her to marry him. Granny assures him that she will decline the proposal but Hathaway accepts leading to panic in the Clampett household.

Season 6, Episode 25: The Clampetts Fiddle Around

21 February 1968
Jethro is on to his next big idea and wants to play the violin. Jed asks Miss Jane to find a teacher and she hires Stromboli, a famed classical virtuoso. But the Clampetts want fiddle music so they find someone else.

Season 6, Episode 26: The Soap Opera

6 March 1968
Granny confuses a soap opera with real life and decides her doctoring can save Dr. Rex Goodbody from a terminal illness.

Season 6, Episode 27: Dog Days

13 March 1968
Granny is on the warpath concerning the chaos caused by Ellie's critters and declares either they go or she does. Mr. Drysdale is equally irritated by the expense of his wife's poodle. Jed tries to find a solution.

Season 6, Episode 28: The Crystal Gazers

20 March 1968
Granny and Jethro believe they have psychic abilities but Granny's predictions start to not come true. With her reputation on the line she makes a stock pick for Mr. Drysdale that could cost him a small fortune.

Season 6, Episode 29: From Rags to Riches

27 March 1968
Mr. Drysdale wants to film a Super Banker commercial with the old Clampett cabin before they became wealthy. The shack's return has his wife unhappy and an accident has Granny preparing a brain transplant for Mr. Drysdale.

Season 6, Episode 30: Cousin Roy

3 April 1968

Season 7

Season 7, Episode 1: A Bundle for Britain

25 September 1968
The Clampetts are concerned Mr. Drysdale is worrying too much about their money. When Jethro misunderstands and believes Britain's queen is broke, the family heads to their English castle to help her out.

Season 7, Episode 2: Something for the Queen

2 October 1968
Heading to England Jethro smuggles Ellie's turkey buzzard on the plane upsetting Mr. Drysdale and a fellow passenger. After landing they try to meet with the Queen to give her their 80 million dollars. Their butler Faversham tries to clear things up.

Season 7, Episode 3: War of the Roses

9 October 1968
The Clampetts fly to London to give the Queen the deed to Canada they purchased. Waiting for an appointment with the Queen they stay at Clampett castle, where Granny is thinks they are at war with a neighboring castle.

Season 7, Episode 4: Coming Through the Rye

16 October 1968
While in England, Jethro falls for a young lady, but the Clampetts thinks a man wearing the kilt is the girl that Jethro has fallen for.

Season 7, Episode 5: The Ghost of Clampett Castle

23 October 1968
In an attempt to get the Clampetts to move back to California, Mr. Drysdale tells Granny about the spirit of Lady Clementine. Her husband was murdered in the Clampett castle. Lady Clementine's ghost is going to return to seek revenge on the person who killed her husband; her little old grandmother.

Season 7, Episode 6: Granny Goes to Hooterville

31 October 1968
After the Clampetts return from London, Granny gets a letter from Hooterville asking her to help with Betty Jo Elliot's baby.

Season 7, Episode 7: The Italian Cook

6 November 1968
While Granny is away in Hooterville, Mr. Drysdale hires a gorgeous Italian cook who speaks no English.