The Beverly Hillbillies

Season 8 Episode 3

Silver Dollar City Fair

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Aired Unknown Oct 08, 1969 on CBS
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Silver Dollar City Fair
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It is the first day of the Silver Dollar City Fair, and Granny is working on getting Elly May a husband before Elverna Bradshaw's daughter gets married. The two women continue to fight and argue, challenging one another more and more. But with the excitement of the fair, Elly enters a few contests, and Granny arranges plots to brag about Elly May where she just stumbles upon this random, beautiful girl at the basket-weaving contest, candle making contest, and the medicine show. Her plots all nearly get ruined when Elverna and Jed catch her in the acts. Back in Beverly Hills, Drysdale is worrying he may lose his biggest account, while taking care of their house, pets, and Jethro.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

    Lloyd Heller

    Lloyd Heller

    Shad

    Guest Star

    Chick Allen

    Chick Allen

    Himself

    Guest Star

    Slim Wilson

    Slim Wilson

    man #1

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    Elvia Allman

    Elvia Allman

    Elverna Bradshaw

    Recurring Role

    Shug Fisher

    Shug Fisher

    Shorty

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    Jerry Brutsche

    Jerry Brutsche

    telegraph man

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      • Elverna: Believe me, a lot of men are going to be miserable when she gets married.
        Granny: Really? How many men is she marryin'?

      • Elverna: Now my daughter is a wizard in the kitchen, besides being divinely attractive.
        Granny: Ah! Big Mouth attractive! Why that girl is so homely, if she dropped her handkerchief in a boy scout camp, she'd hafta pick it up herself!

      • (Drysdale tells Miss Jane he is dressed as a gorilla to scare the other animals)
        Jane: Well that should certainly intimidate the fiercest beast.
        Drysdale: Well, there's one it doesn't phase. Oh, you've never heard such vicious snarling and growling. No other animal will go near the food until it's finished feeding.
        Jane: What is it?
        Drysdale: It's a Jethro, that's what it is!

      • (Granny is working on another plan to get Elly husband)
        Granny: Who are you lovely, talented girl.
        Elly: My name is Elly May.
        Granny: Well Elly May, you sure do make a fine candle.
        Elly: Thank ya, ma'am.
        Granny: I bet you nobody here has ever seen anything shaped as good as that. And the candle ain't bad neither.

      • (Granny is working on the plan to get Elly a husband as Jed walks in the candle shop)
        Granny: What is your full name child?
        Elly: It's Elly May Clampett.
        Granny: Don't tell me you're the daughter of Jed Clampett?
        Elly: Yes ma'am.
        Granny: The multi-millionaire?
        Elly: Yes ma'am!
        Granny: The man who's gonna put all of his eighty-five million dollars into his daughter's dowry?
        Elly: Well, I don't know. Did you say that Pa?
        Granny: He ain't here, is he?
        Elly: Right behind ya.

      • (Granny asks for a woman from the audience to step on stage to try Chick Allen's Miracle Mud Patch, and a plain, heavy-set woman comes up on stage)
        Granny: Sorry madam. We ain't got that much mud.

      • (Granny is working on her plan to get Elly a husband during the basket weaving contest)
        Granny: Where ya from darling?
        Elly: Beverly Hills, Californi.
        Granny: A movie star! I thought I seen a striking resemblance to Mary Pickford.

      • Shorty: Did you ever see so many people in all your born days?
        Jed: I don't think I have Shorty. I lost Elly and Granny in the crowd.
        Shorty: I declare, everybody in the whole county's here. Must be at least two or three hundred people.

      • Elly: I dropped my cake on the kitchen table, and it busted into little pieces!
        Shorty: That's a shame Elly.
        Jed: Well, I guess that'll keep outta the cake bakin' contest.
        Elly: Oh, no sir. The cake's fine; it's the table I gotta sweep up.

      • (Elly says that she entered three contests, and the cake baking contest the other day)
        Shorty: What other contests did ya enter, Elly May?
        Elly: Oh, basket weavin' and post hole diggin' and barn raisin'.
        (Elly goes in the kitchen)
        Granny: Jed, what are we gonna do about that cake?
        Jed: Well, them other contests might help us. We could hide it in her basket, bury it in the post hole, and raise a barn over it.

      • (Miss Jane is on the phone with Mr. Drysdale)
        Jane: Hello Chief. How's everything up at the mansion?
        Drysdale: Mansion? You mean menagerie. This place makes the zoo look like a . . . (Fairchild grabs his arm away from the phone) I just gave you a stack of pancakes, ya glutton!
        Jane: Sounds like Jethro.
        Drysdale: No, that's the bear.
        Jane: You're cooking pancakes for the bear?!
        Drysdale: I'm cooking pancakes for everybody. I figure that's one thing they'll all like. You see, with syrup and (a pancake hits his face) Correction. One of them doesn't like pancakes.
        (Bessie is waving pancakes up)

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