The Beverly Hillbillies: Season 5, Episode 16

The Flying Saucer (28 Dec. 1966)

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Granny discovers Martians next door at the Drysdale mansion.

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Mr. Drysdale hatches a crazy advertising scheme that includes Martians descending into the Rose Bowl on New Year's Day in a balloon modified to look like a flying saucer. Drysdale hires three Italian midgets - "The Flying Montenaros" - to play the little green men, dresses them in Martian costumes, and hides them along with the flying saucer in his back yard. Nosy Granny discovers Drysdale's little green house guests and they are eventually invited to the Clampett mansion for victuals... Granny has some good lines in this one. Written by Jeff Hole

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The prop used as the spaceship showed up in episodes of Batman (1966), I Dream of Jeannie (1965) and Bewitched (1964). See more »

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