Petticoat Junction (1963–1970)
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A Star Is Born? 

Happy Harrison and his National Amateur Hour are screening for new talent, and are holding public voting auditions through several radio stations, including the valley's own Station K. The ... See full summary »

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Kate Bradley
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Uncle Joe Carson
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Betty Jo Bradley (as Linda Kaye)
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Bobbie Jo Bradley
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Billie Jo Bradley
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Steve Elliott
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Sam Drucker
Peter Leeds ...
Syd Sparks
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Grandpappy Miller
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Roy Turlock
Dan Williams ...
Andrew Feeney (as Dallas Williams)
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Newt Kiley
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Happy Harrison and his National Amateur Hour are screening for new talent, and are holding public voting auditions through several radio stations, including the valley's own Station K. The winning performer of the Station K audition is to receive $200. Once Uncle Joe hears about the prize money, he thinks that Steve and Billie Jo should enter. Billie Jo loves the idea, but Steve, who had never even considered singing for money, is less than enthusiastic. But he agrees to perform with Billie Jo. Sydney Sparks, a talent agent who heard Steve and Billie Jo, wants to represent them if they win the contest. His plans are for them to go on the road as a nightclub act. Most of the family have mixed emotions about the news, they who are happy for the potential new career, but sad to see Steve and Billie Jo possibly leave for good. The two people who don't have mixed emotions are Steve and Billie Jo. Billie Jo wants to do it and sees no down side. On the other hand, Steve doesn't as he doesn't... Written by Huggo

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7 February 1967 (USA)  »

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References A Star Is Born (1937) See more »

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No Two People
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Music and lyrics by Frank Loesser
Performed by Mike Minor & Meredith MacRae
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