Petticoat Junction

Season 4 Episode 25

Kate's Big Deal

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Aired Tuesday 9:00 PM Mar 21, 1967 on CBS
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Kate's Big Deal
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Kate Bradley's daughters are first for, then against, their mother's plan to sell the Shady Rest Hotel

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Edgar Buchanan

Edgar Buchanan

Joseph P. "Uncle Joe" Carson

Meredith MacRae

Meredith MacRae

Billie Jo Bradley (1966-1970)

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

Vinton Hayworth

Vinton Hayworth

Mr. Holloway

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Elvia Allman

Elvia Allman

Selma Plout

Recurring Role

Walter Baldwin

Walter Baldwin

Grandpappy Miller

Recurring Role

Hank Worden

Hank Worden

Roy Turlock

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    • Sam: Grandpa, I'd appreciate you taking your whittlin' outside. You're getting shavings all over the floor.
      Grandpa: You're right Sam. Worst winter we've had since 1906.
      Sam: No, no Grandpa, I'm talking about shavings on the floor.
      Grandpa: Well, that's up to you. If you want to shave on the floor, go ahead. I prefer standing in front of a mirror. You know Sam, you may be great shakes as a grocer, but I won't give you anything for sweeping. Look at all those shavings you left on the floor.
      (Sam answers the phone, and Kate walks in)
      Grandpa: You know, if you don't mind, I'll finish my whittlin' outside.
      Kate: Grandpa, don't leave on my account.
      Grandpa: At least, why them snow drifts will be 5 feet high. Worst winter we've had since 1906.

    • Sam Drucker: Hey Grampa, did you hear that? Kate ain't selling out.
      Grandpappy Miller: No, I ain't got the gout.

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