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Type
Scripted
Premiered
Sep. 26, 1962
Status
Canceled/Ended
Runtime
30 min.
Country
USA
Network
CBS TV Network
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The Beverly Hillbillies

Deciding to move to Beverly Hills to take advantage of their new-found wealth, the Clampetts find that their down-to-earth lifestyle clashes with the new suburb and its shielded, upper-class inhabitants.

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09x24 Jethro Returns Aired: Mar. 23, 1971

Elly May's cheating suitor is unmasked and his plans revealed. Jethro comes out of his hideout when the wedding plans are announced.

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The show had 9 seasons and 274 episodes air between 1962 and 1971.

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  • Goof (revealing mistake): During the Closing Credits of season one's Thanksgiving episode, immediate link: "The Beverly Hillbillies" (1962) {Elly's First Date (#1.9)}, a grounds keeper is…
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    Goof (revealing mistake): During the Closing Credits of season one's Thanksgiving episode, immediate link: "The Beverly Hillbillies" (1962) {Elly's First Date (#1.9)}, a grounds keeper is clearly and easily visible, walking towards a filming camera on the right side. He is carrying a rake and wearing a white armless (tank-top) shirt. He abruptly changes his path and looks deeply shocked, when he realized he was accidentally being filmed, apparently. He then immediately ran off the film of the camera screen, to the right of the film screen.
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  • Goof (crew or equipment visible): During the closing credits of "The Beverly Hillbillies" (1962) {Pygmalion and Elly (#1.10)}, shows a man's right arm (with short sleeved shirt) as he is…
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    Goof (crew or equipment visible): During the closing credits of "The Beverly Hillbillies" (1962) {Pygmalion and Elly (#1.10)}, shows a man's right arm (with short sleeved shirt) as he is walking on the driveway toward the camera, and then it/he is jerked out of the picture as he gets close to the camera.
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  • The 1971 cancellation of the series, by Fred Silverman resulted from CBS' desire to erase its image as a "rural network." In the process, two other rural shows (including Green Acres and
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    The 1971 cancellation of the series, by Fred Silverman resulted from CBS' desire to erase its image as a "rural network." In the process, two other rural shows (including Green Acres and Petticoat Junction) were canceled at the very same time. The general feeling was that "CBS canceled every show with a tree in it". Even though the shows were still popular overall with viewers, they didn't appeal to the younger urban audience advertisers wanted.
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