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The Return of the Beverly Hillbillies (1981)

Jed Clamplett and his backwoods family help solve an energy crisis in their own rustic ways for their Beverly Hills neighborhood they still cannot adjust to.

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Ray Young ...
Jethro Bodine
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Granny's Maw
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C.D. Medford
Lloyd 'Shad' Heller ...
Himself
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Linda (Secretary)
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Andy Miller (Father)
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Mollie Heller
Earl Scruggs ...
Himself
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Chief
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Judge Gillum (as George 'Shug' Fisher)
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Veterinarian
Nancy Gayle ...
1st Old Maid
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Jed Clamplett and his backwoods family help solve an energy crisis in their own rustic ways for their Beverly Hills neighborhood they still cannot adjust to.

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6 October 1981 (USA)  »

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Imogene Coca, who played Granny's Maw, was actually six years younger than Irene Ryan, who played Granny on The Beverly Hillbillies (1962). See more »

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Follows The Beverly Hillbillies (1962) See more »

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Who was the guy w/ the grey beard and glasses in this?
31 May 2005 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I remember seeing it a couple times, as far's reunions go it was OK, Coca was decent at least. Hard to watch the actors age so but that is life.

Question: There was a guy in this, didn't seem to have that big a role-balding/glasses/big full white beard/over-alls. I Remember seeing him in a few other things on 70's TV shows--maybe he was a country musician? I tried looking up a few of the names listed here-Hartford etc-and they def. weren't him going by their pics. I have always wondered just who this joker was, seems like he was on kids shows or something odd like that. Strange that I remember this but I do.

Anyways---as you have said, no replacing the Real Jethro.


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