Petticoat Junction: Season 4, Episode 3

Hooterville, You're All Heart (27 Sep. 1966)

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Many people have come by to see Steve's plane, which is still sitting damaged where it crashed near the railroad tracks by the hotel. One very interested party is Henry Sharp, who actually ... See full summary »

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Betty Jo Bradley (as Linda Kaye)
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Many people have come by to see Steve's plane, which is still sitting damaged where it crashed near the railroad tracks by the hotel. One very interested party is Henry Sharp, who actually owns the plane. The heartless Sharp has come by as Steve has missed a payment. Steve is in trouble as he barely has enough money to repair the plane let alone make his regular payments. When attempts to put off Sharp fail, Steve decides to cut corners in terms of the plane repair, while Kate, the girls and Uncle Joe try to help him raise some money, which ends up not being an easy task. Being that Sunday is approaching, they may have to make a request to higher powers. If their plan works, the downside for the Bradley clan is that Steve will soon be leaving the valley. Written by Huggo

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Little Brown Church in the Vale
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Music & lyrics by William S. Pitts
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