Petticoat Junction: Season 7, Episode 18

The Valley's New Owner (24 Jan. 1970)

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Uncle Joe's latest rant against Orrin is enough for Orrin to make the decision to leave Bobbie Jo and the valley for good, which devastates Bobbie Jo. Among the family heirlooms that Orrin ... See full summary »

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Betty Jo Elliott (as Linda Kaye Henning)
Mike Minor ...
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Billie Jo Bradley (credit only)
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Uncle Joe's latest rant against Orrin is enough for Orrin to make the decision to leave Bobbie Jo and the valley for good, which devastates Bobbie Jo. Among the family heirlooms that Orrin gives to the Bradley family as farewell gifts, Janet finds a document - a deed - which makes Orrin the owner of the entire valley. With explanations from Mayor Potts and Sam, Uncle Joe has a new appreciation of Orrin who can control what happens in the valley. It takes some time for Orrin to get accustomed to his new-found status of king of the valley - with Bobbie Jo as his potential queen - but he ultimately lets it go to his head. Further news from Janet about the deed and resulting advice from her makes Orrin take some action which could again change Uncle Joe's perception of Orrin for good. Written by Huggo

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Sung to the tune of "Camelot"
Music by Frederick Loewe
Original lyrics for "Camelot" by Alan Jay Lerner
Performed by Mike Minor & Linda Henning
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