The Beverly Hillbillies: Season 7


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A Bundle for Britain

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 Philadel…


Something for the Queen

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.…


War of the Roses

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 Cana…


Coming Through the Rye

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 we…


Ghost of Clampett Castle

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 Clam…


Granny Goes to Hooterville

Petticoat Junction citizens take Granny’s potent potions.


The Italian Cook

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…


The Great Cook-Off

A temporary but tempting Italian cook stirs up a storm.


Bonnie, Flatt, and Scruggs

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


The Thanksgiving Spirit

Thanksgiving with the folks from Petticoat Junction and Green Acres.


The Courtship of Homer Noodleman

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


The Hot-Rod Truck

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


The Week Before Christmas

The hustle and bustle increases as Christmas nears.


Christmas in Hooterville

The hillbillies celebrate the Christmas holidays in Hooterville.


Drysdale and Friend

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


Problem Bear

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


Jethro the Flesh Peddler

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…


Cousin Roy in Movieland

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 evictio…


Jed Clampett Enterprises

Drysdale evicts Jethro from the bank building.


The Phantom Fifth Floor

Chaos is rampant at Clampett Enterprises.


The Hired Gun

Drysdale schemes to evict the Clampetts.


The Happy Bank

Business is booming — if confusing — at Clampett Enterprises.


Sam Drucker's Visit

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


The Guru

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


The Jogging Clampetts

Jogging mania seizes the hillbillies and Drysdale.


Collard Greens an' Fatback

Pat Boone as a prospective buyer of the Drysdale home.

About The Beverly Hillbillies

The Beverly Hillbillies (1962 – 1971) is an American sitcom that was one of the most successful comedies in the history of American television.

The story of Jed Clampett, a widowed, simple backwoods mountaineer who becomes a millionaire when oil is discovered on his property in Sibly (an Ozark community). Episodes relate his misadventures when he and his family move to Beverly Hills, California, and struggle to adjust to the fast, sophisticated modern life of the big city.