The Beverly Hillbillies

Season 7 Episode 15

Drysdale and Friend

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Aired Unknown Jan 01, 1969 on CBS
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The Clampetts and Miss Jane return from spending Christmas in Hooterville to learn that Drysdale has driven after them, along with Fairchild, Elly’s bear. Back in the hills, Drysdale gets arrested for vagrancy and bootlegging in a place called Ripley. When they learn, the people at the bank couldn’t be happier that their boss has been locked up. But the hillbillies and Jane are desperate to get Drysdale out and try to find out where it is. They contact Sam Drucker in Hooterville, who heads to Ripley to try to help Drysdale out. He doesn’t exactly succeed, and Drysdale’s case happens the following morning, with a mean judge. But after the judge learns Fairchild treed his wife, the Judge starts loosening up. The Clampetts come to help Drysdale, and end up befriending the judge, and all the charges are dropped.moreless

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    Donna Douglas

    Donna Douglas

    Elly May Clampett

    Buddy Ebsen

    Buddy Ebsen

    Jed Clampett

    Nancy Kulp

    Nancy Kulp

    Jane Hathaway

    Irene Ryan

    Irene Ryan

    Daisy Moses "Granny"

    Raymond Bailey

    Raymond Bailey

    Milburn Drysdale

    Max Baer Jr.

    Max Baer Jr.

    Jethro Bodine

    Stacy King

    Stacy King

    Kathy

    Guest Star

    Michael Ross (I)

    Michael Ross (I)

    Sheriff

    Guest Star

    J. Pat O'Malley

    J. Pat O'Malley

    Judge

    Guest Star

    Percy Helton

    Percy Helton

    Homer Cratchit

    Recurring Role

    Frank Cady

    Frank Cady

    Sam Drucker

    Recurring Role

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    • TRIVIA (1)

      • Jane says that they'd have to drive most of the night to get to Jasper County. But the Clampetts have said that it takes a couple of days to make it back home to the hills. Why can they get to Hooterville in less than 24 hours, but it takes nearly a week or more to get back home?

    • QUOTES (11)

      • Judge: We're gonna hang that big city banker that ran off with my wife.
        Drysdale: Hang him? Why?
        Judge: He brought her back.

      • (Jethro tells Jed, Granny, and Jethro he taught Fairchild how to drive)
        Granny: A bear?
        Jethro: He ain't bad Granny. He hogs the road a lot, but the other drivers never complain.

      • Sam: You know Fred, you treat that pig better than you do your wife.
        Fred: Have you seen Doris lately?

      • (Granny tells the Judge that the moonshine is her own home made)
        Judge: Bailiff, is there anymore of this here evidence?
        Bailiff: Yes your Honor. Three jugs.
        Judge: I want it all impounded on my boat.

      • (Homer tells Miss Jane Drysdale was arrested)
        Jane: Mr. Cratchit, do you want the doors of this bank to close?!
        Homer: Oh, oh yes. That's a great idea. We'll make it a legal holiday. Liberation Day! We'll hang out flags on the building, and we'll let all the employees go off on a picnic.
        Jane: The only place we are going is to the town where Mr. Drysdale is being held, and we are going to take him out of that jail!
        Homer: No, no, no. I'll have no part of a lynch mob.
        Jane: I mean we are going to bail him out!
        Kathy: Do we have to Miss Hathaway?!
        Jane: You may return to the secretarial pool Miss King.
        Kathy: Yes ma'am. Nice try Bobby.
        Homer: Thank you Kathy dear.
        Jane: Now then Mr. Cratchit, where is Mr. Drysdale?
        Homer: He's in a town called Ripley.
        Jane: Where's that? I've never heard of Ripley.
        Homer: Oh, but you will. We're going to make it a national shrine. The town where the captured the notorious Milburn Drysdale.

      • Sheriff: Sorry bout the delay your honor, but the bear got loose and treed your wife.
        Judge: Is that Phoebe he chased up a tree?
        Sheriff: Yes Your Honor, and I'm afraid she's still up there.
        Judge: How much ya want for that bear?

      • (Sam is trying to tell Drysdale the judge doesn't like city bankers)
        Sam: I'd be real careful what I say about Judge Johnson. There's two kinds of men he don't like, and you're both of em.
        Drysdale: I am a Beverly Hills banker.
        Sam: Bingo.

      • Drysdale: Listen, I really am president of that bank. You're got to believe me.
        Sheriff: I don't even believe it's a bank. All I hear there is rock and roll music, and girls laughing, and people yelling about Liberation Day.

      • Jed: How come they got Mr. Drysdale in a lock up?
        Jane: They claim he's a vagrant.
        Jed: Is that bad?
        Jane: Well, I'm afraid so.
        Jed: I knew a whole family of em back home. Herb and Louise Vagrant. Nicest folks you'd ever wanna meet.
        Jane: Well, in this case, a vagrant is someone who doesn't work. A loafer.
        Jed: Oh, well they couldn't be kin to Herb. He was a worker.

      • (The sheriff tells Drysdale he spoke to the bank)
        Drysdale: Well, whoever you spoke to, I'm sure they gave you the word.
        Sheriff: They sure did. Said they never heard of ya.
        Drysdale: Are you sure you talked to the Commerce Bank?
        Sheriff: That's the one.
        Drysdale: Well, who'd you talk to? I'll fire them!
        Sheriff: I couldn't catch the fella's name. He was laughing too hard.
        Drysdale: Did you tell him his boss was in jail?
        Sheriff: Yes sir, and that's when he started laughing.

      • Jethro: Boy, am I glad that you's all back, especially you Granny! I love ya! (kisses her on the cheek) Can I carry ya into the house?
        Granny: Oh, if it makes you happy Jethro.
        Jethro: Oh it does! I wanna get cha to the stove as quick as I can!
        Granny: AHHHHHH! You put me down ya big lumpkins!
        Jed: You're all heart boy.
        Granny: He's all stomach!

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