Petticoat Junction

Season 4 Episode 8

The Almost Annual Charity Show

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Aired Unknown Nov 01, 1966 on CBS
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The Almost Annual Charity Show
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Kate Bradley loses her regular post as producer of Hooterville's almost annual charity show to her conniving arch-enemy, Selma Plout.

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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

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    • QUOTES (2)

      • Kate: How else are you going to raise money? You're not selling any tickets. At least if we can get them there, we can pass a hat.
        Sam: After they hear Henrietta, we'll be lucky to get the hat back.

      • Steve: Excuse me, did you say "almost annual charity show"?
        Billie Jo: We don't get around to it every year, the last one was 3 years ago.
        Kate: That was the year that Uncle Joe introduced his famous fire-eating act.
        Uncle Joe: Aww, they needed a new Elks hall anyhow.

    • NOTES (2)

      • Steve and Billie Jo sing "Hawaiian Wedding Song", a song written for the 1926 operetta Price of Hawaii, and Steve sings "I Believe" accompanied by Billie Jo on piano (though a full scale orchestra can be heard on the soundtrack!)

      • Charley and Floyd again sing the song "Steam, Cinders and Smoke" (it was last heard in the 3rd season episode Hooterville A-Go-Go). That song was written by Smiley Burnette (Charley), who wrote many country songs and published several song books.

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