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.

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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.

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28 November 1962 (USA)  »

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Sonny Drysdale: How now, brown cow.
Elly May Clampett: How now, brown cow.
Jethro Bodine: How's it goin', Uncle Jed?
Jed Clampett: Bad. Now he's got Elly believin' ol' Duke is a cow.
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References Pygmalion (1938) See more »

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