Petticoat Junction: Season 5, Episode 20

The Barber Shop Quartet (20 Jan. 1968)

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Uncle Joe's founded and led barbershop quartet - whose other members are Sam, Floyd and Newt - have entered the Winter Festival competition. Uncle Joe comes to the conclusion that their ... See full summary »

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Kate Bradley (credit only)
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Betty Jo Elliott (as Linda Kaye)
Mike Minor ...
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Lori Saunders ...
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Rufe Davis ...
Kay E. Kuter ...
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Lynette Winter ...
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Richard Collier ...
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Uncle Joe's founded and led barbershop quartet - whose other members are Sam, Floyd and Newt - have entered the Winter Festival competition. Uncle Joe comes to the conclusion that their ability to win is being hindered by one member who is singing a bunch of clunker notes. After some investigation and deduction, they realize that the offending member is Joe himself. After a discussion with Sam, Joe decides to step aside if they can find somebody to replace him. He figures they won't be able to replace irreplaceable him. He's wrong as they quickly find Grampa Jenson to fill his baritone place. Joe sees this act as mutiny, which leads to the end of his friendship with Sam. As the girls and Steve try to repair Uncle Joe and Sam's friendship, Selma, the head of the Winter Festival's judging committee, asks Joe to be the third on the panel of judges. Her request has an ulterior motive as Henrietta has entered the contest. Selma implies that she will give the Carson-Elliott Enterprises her ... Written by Huggo

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(Won't You Come Home) Bill Bailey
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Music & lyrics by Hughie Cannon
Performed by Kay E. Kuter, Rufe Davis, Burt Mustin & Frank Cady
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