Oliver wants to plant all wheat but the local government committee tells him that he's not allowed.

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Howard Wendell ...
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Wally Wilkins
Henry Scott ...
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Walter Baldwin ...
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Oliver wants to plant all wheat but the local government committee tells him that he's not allowed.

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24 November 1965 (USA)  »

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The title is based on the common proverb, "Charity begins at home." See more »

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When Oliver takes a shower, he has to come outside to get the soap he dropped. After putting on his robe he steps out of the shower without fully closing it. As he steps back into the shower, you can see the pair of boxer shorts he is wearing under the robe. When Lisa takes a shower, she has to come out to talk to two visitors. As she emerges from the shower, she only uses a bunched up towel to cover her. You can see the light blue bikini she is wearing behind the towel. See more »

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Oliver Wendell Douglas: [Hank Kimball has just read aloud a confusing pamphlet] I don't understand what that means.
Hank Kimball: You don't? Well, you don't have to understand what it eh, it eh... It was printed in eh...
[turns to backcover]
Hank Kimball: ... Washington. Well, and when they print something in Washington, they know what it means.
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References Petticoat Junction (1963) See more »

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