The Beverly Hillbillies (1962–1971)

TV Series   |  TV-G   |    |  Comedy, Family


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A nouveau riche hillbilly family moves to Beverly Hills and shakes up the privileged society with their hayseed ways.


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  • "The Beverly Hillbillies" Arthur Treacher, Buddy Ebsen circa 1966
  • Donna Douglas in The Beverly Hillbillies (1962)
  • "The Beverly Hillbillies" Irene Ryan, Raymond Bailey circa 1966
  • "The Beverly Hillbillies" Soupy Sales, Max Baer Jr. circa 1966
  • "The Beverly Hillbillies" Donna Douglas circa 1966
  • "The Beverly Hillbillies" Irene Ryan, Buddy Ebsen circa 1966

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Paul Henning

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14 November 2002 | Nick-337
funniest sitcom of the 60's
The Hillbillies was the funniest show of the 60's. In fact, I'm in my 20's and I prefer the classics to the sitcom wasteland of today. I catch them atleast twice a day on TV Land and they always make me laugh hard. The best episodes were the ones where somebody (or some critter) drank Granny's moonshine by accident. Then the fun would really begin. I didn't see anyone mention Harriet MacGibbon as Mrs. Drysdale and that's a shame because she was hilarious, always getting into fights with Granny and fainting. The comedy team of Raymond Bailey and Nancy Kulp had some of the best chemistry in TV history. Their reactions as they played off each other (and off the Clampetts) were side-splitting. Drysdale and Hathaway were a major factor in the show's success. I agree with someone else who commented that Irene Ryan should be up there in the same class with Lucille Ball. It's tragic that her name is all but forgotten today. But Granny lives on in the hearts of her fans.

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