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Beverly Hillbillies Sitcom about a hillbilly family living in Southern California. Jed Clampett strikes oil while hunting on his land. He then moves with his family to Beverly Hills, California, with the resultant wealth. In the UK it used to air early on Saturday evenings.
Tags: US  TV  sitcom 
Added: 25th July 2007
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Posted by: Lava1964 on 2007-07-25 
People forget how enormously popular this show was. The four highest-rated 30-minute sitcom episodes in American TV history were all 1964 Beverly Hillbillies episodes. Some 50 million people used to watch this every week.
Posted by: Konifur on 2007-07-28 
i have not forgot about it. i still watch the re runs now and again and still laugh.
Posted by: tommy7 on 2007-09-04 
i just saw the guy in cali. who owns it now driving the car on tv i think thats another george barris creation
Posted by: ba11game on 2007-12-02 
Greatest TV show ever. I wrote a paper in college about it. It was more than a TV show, it was a work of art. It was symbolic of the cultural shift from a rural to an urban society in the 20th century. One of my favorite aspects of the show was how the city folks thought the hillbillies were so dumb, but the only really stupid one was Jethro, the educated one.
Posted by: Unclejohnnybob on 2009-05-29 
and does'nt hold somekind of record for most spinoffs? green acres,petticoat junction just to name a few.minds going, cant remember the rest of them.lol
Posted by: Musicollector on 2009-11-12 
Not merely a TV show, more like a phenomenon, an institution! It is in the same class up there with Green Acres and Andy Griffith. We are fortunate to have had such shows in our collective psyche.

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