The Beverly Hillbillies

Season 8 Episode 7

The Clampetts in New York

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Aired Unknown Nov 05, 1969 on CBS
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The Clampetts and Honest John arrive in New York, where the police are waiting for him to arrive. The police tell him he has to leave in twenty-four hours, which he tells Jed means that he has arranged that New York City stay open for twenty-four hours since the city normally closes at nine o’clock. He spends his time showing the Clampetts Central Park and other sites and sells Jed more property. As this is all happening, Drysdale and Jane are desperate to get to New York City to get the Clampetts out of the clutches of Honest John. They finally get there and are told where the Clampetts are by a cab driver who drove the Clampetts before. As the day ends, Honest John is planning to leave with Jed’s money, but after the Clampetts’ good heartedness and sweetness takes effect, he gives the money back and leaves the city.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

    John Cliff

    John Cliff

    police officer

    Guest Star

    Norman Grabowski

    Norman Grabowski

    mugger #1

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    Bucklind Beery

    Bucklind Beery

    mugger #2

    Guest Star

    Phil Silvers

    Phil Silvers

    Honest John/Shifty Shafer

    Recurring Role

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      • Elly: Yonder's the statue of Daniel Webster.
        Jed: He must be a pretty famous fellow, Jethro.
        Jethro: Oh, heck yeah. There's a whole book wrote about him. It's called "The Dictionary."

      • (Jed tells Elly to put on a dress because she looks like a boy in her jeans)
        Jed: Maybe she'll listen to you. Tell her she looks like a feller.
        John: Mr. Clampett, I have bent the truth in my day, but that would be ridiculous.

      • Jed: Come on over. Granny is cookin' up some groundhog stew and gopher gravy.
        John: That sounds atrocious.
        Jed: Oh it is. You'll love it!

      • John: I'll not rest until I receive complete satisfaction!
        Cop: One more word and I book you.
        John: I'm satisfied. I'll rest on the plane.

      • John: I was rushed from one precinct to another without being able to talk to my attorney.
        Cop: Why couldn't you talk to your attorney?
        John: My collect call was refused.

      • John: Have you ever thought of owning your own bridge?
        Jed: No sir.
        John: I have a bridge that I picked up at an auction last week from the estate of Oscar Brooklyn.

      • Jane: Chief, you are the greediest, most aberritious man I have ever known.
        Drysdale: I'll drink to that.

      • (The family sees a woman get mugged, but Honest John tells them it's only a game)
        Granny: They wasn't for sure robbin' her?
        John: In Central Park? Unheard of.

      • Jed: Speaking of fish, they got kinds here in New York we ain't never heard caught. Honest John here was telling me about em.
        Jethro: What kind is they?
        Jed: Well, they got something called a gafilty fish. And one called locks.

      • Drysdale: Eighty-five million dollars hanging in a balance, and I'm the only one ready to go.
        Jane: Except for one thing.
        Drysdale: What's that?
        Jane: Your trousers.
        (Drysdale sees he is not wearing pants, and rushes upstairs)

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