Petticoat Junction

Season 3 Episode 33

Hooterville Valley Project

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Aired Tuesday 9:00 PM May 03, 1966 on CBS
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Hooterville Valley Project
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Homer Bedloe has a plan to flood Hooterville Valley to make a recreational lake, threatening both the Shady Rest and the Cannonball.

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Edgar Buchanan

Edgar Buchanan

Joseph P. "Uncle Joe" Carson

Gunilla Hutton

Gunilla Hutton

Billie Jo Bradley (1965-1966)

Lori Saunders

Lori Saunders

Bobbie Jo Bradley (1965-1970)

Smiley Burnette

Smiley Burnette

Charley Pratt (1963-1967)

Rufe Davis

Rufe Davis

Floyd Smoot (1963-1968, recurring afterwards)

Frank Cady

Frank Cady

Sam Drucker

John Hoyt

John Hoyt

Mr. Fletcher

Guest Star

Tom Fadden

Tom Fadden

Ben Miller

Recurring Role

Hank Patterson

Hank Patterson

Fred Ziffel

Recurring Role

Kay E. Kuter

Kay E. Kuter

Newt Kiley

Recurring Role

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  • TRIVIA (1)

    • Eustace Pockle is mentioned in this episode as shoplifting again. In the 4th season, there would be an episode centering around him: "Shoplifter at the Shady Rest"

  • QUOTES (2)

    • Uncle Joe: Floyd, you sign next.
      Floyd: Oh no, I ain't gonna sign nothin'.
      Charley: You better, you'll be shoveling perch into that boiler.
      Uncle Joe: Floyd, don't be a Benedict Arnold. Put down your John Hancock.
      Floyd: Can't I sign just plain old Floyd Smoot?

    • (after hearing about Homer Bedloe's plan to flood the valley and make a lake)
      Kate: You know Homer Bedloe, you've done some pretty contemptable things in your life, but this is the lowest you've ever sunk.
      Homer Bedloe: Thank you Mrs. Bradley, but not as low as this hotel will sink. Oh, by the way, you'll have plenty of guests. Catfish will be checking in, pickerel will be checking out. And you won't have as much work to do in the rooms, Mrs. Bradley. Oyster beds don't require a change of sheets.
      Uncle Joe: Mr. Bedloe, without a doubt, you're the most rotten, mean, miserable, despicable rat in the world.
      Homer Bedloe: Oh, I wish you'd write that down and send it to my mother. She'd be so proud.

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