The Beverly Hillbillies Season 7

Season 7

The Beverly Hillbillies Season 7

First Air Date: September 25, 1968

First Aired on    :   1968
Episodes    :   26 episodes



Episodes

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7x26 Collard Greens an' Fatback (March 26, 1969)


Pat Boone as a prospective buyer of the Drysdale home.


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7x25 The Jogging Clampetts (March 19, 1969)


Jogging mania seizes the hillbillies and Drysdale.


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7x24 The Guru (March 12, 1969)


The mansion becomes a mecca for a phony guru (William Mims).


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7x23 Sam Drucker's Visit (March 05, 1969)


Sam Drucker (Frank Cady) foments family unrest when he visits the hillbillies.


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7x22 The Happy Bank (February 26, 1969)


Business is booming — if confusing — at Clampett Enterprises.


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7x21 The Hired Gun (February 19, 1969)


Drysdale schemes to evict the Clampetts.


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7x20 The Phantom Fifth Floor (February 12, 1969)


Chaos is rampant at Clampett Enterprises.


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7x19 Jed Clampett Enterprises (February 05, 1969)


Drysdale evicts Jethro from the bank building.


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7x18 Cousin Roy in Movieland (January 29, 1969)


Roy arrives @ the Clampett house hoping to make it in show biz. Problem is, he doesn't have the money. So Jed decides to back up Roy. Meanwhile, Jethro faces eviction from his office @ the Commerce Bank of Beverly Hills. Mr. Drysdale demands the $5,000 rent. Jed tries to have Jethro become Roy's agent, but Jethro doesn't want any country hick acts. So he changes Roy to being part of a group. When Roy's new act bombs, Jed & Mr. Drysdale advise Jethro to stick with country music after Roy's record becomes a hit! But Jethro tore the contract & starts begging for Roy to come back!


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7x17 Jethro the Flesh Peddler (January 22, 1969)


Jethro starts his own Hollywood talent agengy called JB Enterprises. His office, the entire 5th floor of The Commerce Bank of Beverly Hills. Meanwhile, Cousin Roy pays a visit when a record agent heard him play back in his hometown. The gang decides to pay a visit to JB, hoping he would sign Roy. Jethro doesn't want any hayseeds as clients. So Roy decided to pack for home until he saw Elly May in a nice dress. Roy was speechless (seeing Elly in a nice dress), he decides to pay a visit to that record company.


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7x16 Problem Bear (January 08, 1969)


Drysdale has the flu, and too many well-meaning visitors.


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7x15 Drysdale and Friend (January 01, 1969)


Drysdale finds himself jailed and sharing a cell with a bear.


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7x14 Christmas in Hooterville (December 25, 1968)


The hillbillies celebrate the Christmas holidays in Hooterville.


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7x13 The Week Before Christmas (December 18, 1968)


The hustle and bustle increases as Christmas nears.


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7x12 The Hot-Rod Truck (December 11, 1968)


Jethro wants to junk his ""old wreck,"" and Granny thinks he means her.


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7x11 The Courtship of Homer Noodleman (December 04, 1968)


Drysdale casts Dash Riprock in a new role, that of Elly May's lover.


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7x10 The Thanksgiving Spirit (November 27, 1968)


Thanksgiving with the folks from Petticoat Junction and Green Acres.


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7x09 Bonnie, Flatt, and Scruggs (November 20, 1968)


Musicians Lester Flatt and Earl Scruggs play themselves in a spoof of Bonnie and Clyde


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7x08 The Great Cook-Off (November 13, 1968)


A temporary but tempting Italian cook stirs up a storm.


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7x07 The Italian Cook (November 06, 1968)


While Granny's still in Hooterville, Jethro hires an Italian chef to do their cooking. Granny's @ Drucker's telling him about how she used her tonic on Steve & Betty Jo's baby after discovering that Boy (the Petticoat Junction dog) was in the baby crib, wearing a baby bonnet as well. Thinking that her tonic turned the dog into their baby. Granny sees the baby for the first time & thought it worked wonders! Sam Drucker arrives @ the Shady Rest with a telegram for Granny. The message was from Jethro saying the family's starving & misses her. So after riding on a horse, driving a motorcycle, getting on an airplane, parachuting down to Beverly Hills, she finds the Italian cook feeding the Clampetts. Granny chases after Jethro over that phony telegram!


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7x06 Granny Goes to Hooterville (October 30, 1968)


Petticoat Junction citizens take Granny's potent potions.


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7x05 Ghost of Clampett Castle (October 23, 1968)


Mr Drysdale wants to go home,but the Clampetts aren't ready to go yet. Faversham tells him about the Ghost of Clampett castle. Mr Drysdale thinks this will scare the Clampetts & they'll want to go home. Mr Drysdale tells them the story & Jethro wants to hold a seance to contact the ghost. Mr Drysdale dresses as a ghost & almost has them packing their bags until Granny shoots the 'ghost'with her shotgun & he goes howling down the hall. On the trip home Mr Drysdale has to stand all the way 'cause he can't sit down.!


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7x04 Coming Through the Rye (October 16, 1968)


Jethro spies Col.Dumbarton's neice through his telescope.When he tells Jed to look through it Jed sees her brother & thinks it's her 'cause he (she) is wearing a dress.(scottish kilt) Jethro is in love,he wants to marry her. Granny doesn't want Jethro to marry a big ugly girl like that & eventually gets her wish.


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7x03 War of the Roses (October 09, 1968)


Jethro challengers next door to the war of the roses, Colonel Dumbarton accepts & they commence to joust. Jed wants to go to see the Queen & give her the deed to Canada. Mr Drysdale convinces him to stay & says he'll bring the Queen to Him. Mr Drysdale dresses Miss Jane as Queen Elizabeth the 1st & accepts the deed. Jethro is Knighted as well.


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7x02 Something for the Queen (October 02, 1968)


The Clampetts are flying to London to give the Queen the deed to Canada. Jethro smuggles Elly's buzzard on board in a bag & tells Mr Drysdale who wants to look at it. In the toilet Mr Drysdale opens the bag to have a look & the buzzard almost escapes. Mr Drysdale returns to his seat next to Jethro with feathers in his hair & flapping his arms like a bird. Granny sees this and thinks He has Goose Fever. When the Clampetts are driving through town,people are pointing at them. Granny says news has spread how they chickened out of the war of the roses last time they were in England. When they arrive at the castle Colonel Dumbarton next door fires off his sunset canon & lowers the Union Jack flag. Granny thinks he's startin'the war of the roses all over again.!


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7x01 A Bundle for Britain (September 25, 1968)


Mr Drysdale congratulates the Clampetts for reaching the sum of $80,000,000 in his bank. Jethro tells Jed he heard on the radio that the Queen Elizabeth was sold to Philadelphia. Jed rings Faversham in London & he confirms this. Says they sold both Queens to the U.S. (However he meant the Ocean Liners,Queen Mary & Queen Elizabeth.Not the people.) Jed thinks that the Queen must be having money trouble & wants to help. He wants to withdraw his money & give it to the Queen. He's sure Mr Drysdale won't mind,it must be a worry for him looking after all that money. When Mr Drysdale hears about this he hires an actor to play the Queen's Minister of Finance to accept the money & give it back to Mr Drysdale. But things don't go the way Mr Drysdale planned, When the actor found out Jed was rich,he sold him Canada & gave him the deed to take to the Queen herself.




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