The Beverly Hillbillies

Season 7 Episode 10

The Thanksgiving Spirit

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Aired Unknown Nov 27, 1968 on CBS
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The Clampetts head to the little town of Hooterville to spend Thanksgiving with the folks of Petticoat Junction and Green Acres. Jethro goes there as a big Hollywood producer to get some girls, and Granny is excited about seeing Sam Drucker. Drysdale is against this because he is in fear of losing his biggest account. He tries to stop them, but has no success. Jane lends the Clampetts her car so they can travel in style. From the moment they arrive in the little town they find enjoyment. Elly meets Eb, a country boy who is crazy about her, and Jethro meets the beautiful Bradley girls. Plus Granny is reunited with Sam Drucker. The clan ends up having one of the best Thanksgivings of their lives.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

    Eddie Albert

    Eddie Albert

    Oliver Wendell Douglas

    Guest Star

    Eva Gabor

    Eva Gabor

    Lisa Douglas

    Guest Star

    Tom Lester

    Tom Lester

    Eb Dawson

    Guest Star

    Lori Saunders

    Lori Saunders

    Bobbie Jo Bradley

    Recurring Role

    Linda Henning

    Linda Henning

    Betty Jo Bradley Elliott

    Recurring Role

    Mike Minor

    Mike Minor

    Steve Elliott

    Recurring Role

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      • (Elly is talking to a dog, and Jed and Granny thinks is a feller)
        Elly: Here, lemme brush the hair outta your eyes so you can see.
        Granny: Brush the hair out of his eyes?
        Jed: Must be a hippie.
        Elly: Ya know something, I think maybe you got fleas.
        Jed: Yeah, he's a hippie alright.

      • (Miss Jane gives Jethro her car to drive the family to Hooterville)
        Jane: You know, a handsome Hollywood producer can't be seen driving an old wreck through town.
        Jethro: You're right. (looks back at Granny) Quick as I get to Hooterville, I'll have her duck down outta sight.

      • (Drysdale tells the Clampetts that his wife is making them Thanksgiving dinner, but she reveals she is going to Boston for two weeks)
        Granny: If you ain't comin' back for two weeks, I think we'll go to Hooterville.
        Mrs. Drysdale: As far as I'm concerned, you can go to . . .
        Drysdale: Hooterville it is!

      • Eb: But I'd like to put some money in your bank.
        Sam: Oh, okay.
        Eb: Do you pay interest?
        Sam: Sure, four percent.
        Eb: In that case, I'll deposit my whole week's salary. (puts money on the counter) There ya are.
        Sam: A dollar and a half?
        Eb: Yeah, I got a raise!
        Sam: Well, that oughtta make ya happy.
        Eb: Nah, it puts me in too high of a bracket.
        Sam: There's your deposit receipt Eb.
        Eb: Thank ya. Uh, now I'd like to draw out fifty cents.
        Sam: Why didn't ya just keep the fifty cents?
        Eb: And lose all that interest?!

      • (Sam asks Jethro if he's seen the Bradley girls, to which he replies he hasn't)
        Jethro: You reckon they's movie material?
        Sam: They're awful photogenic.
        Jethro: Well, we can cover that with make-up.

      • (Sam gives Granny some Red Hots and then sees Elly May)
        Sam: What a beautiful girl.
        Granny: I ain't even done my lips yet.

      • (Granny sees Steve and Betty Jo's baby)
        Betty Jo: Did ya get the pictures we sent?
        Granny: Honey, they is the talk of Beverly Hills. Everybody thinks the baby looks just like me.
        (Betty Jo and Steve look at each other and then at the baby)
        Granny: The same angelic expression.
        Steve: That's it.
        Betty Jo: Right.

      • (Jed is telling Elly to not change into her old clothes and keep her dress on for company, as Uncle Joe walks in)
        Jed: You're lible to sit at the table next to a good-lookin', young single feller. Right, Mr. Carson?
        Joe: Mr. Clampett, I'll be honest with ya. Single, yes. Good looking, yes. But I'm crowding middle age.

      • (Drysdale tells Jane to make a turkey for Thanksgiving for the bank employees, and hold the gathering in her apartment)
        Jane: Will you be there?
        Drysdale: No, it, it always puts a damper on the party when the boss is there. Everyone feels he has to be nice to me.
        Jane: I wouldn't worry about that.

      • (Sam tells Eb that Jethro, the big producer, called him to line up talent for his next flick)
        Eb: I'm your man! Mrs. Douglas says from this side I look like Rock Hudson.
        Sam: He's lookin' for girls.
        Eb: That's alright. From this side, I look like Shirley Temple.

      • (Granny is telling Drysdale about Sam Drucker)
        Granny: He keeps his money in his post office. That way, it's protected by the United States government.
        Jed: Sounds like a mighty smart fella.

      • Granny: You wanna see some photographs of the cutest little darlin' you ever did see?
        Drysdale: Oh, I certainly do. When did ya have your picture taken?
        Granny: Oh, these ain't pictures of me.
        Drysdale: Ah, and I wanted one for my wallet.
        Granny: That's the little baby I took care of.
        Drysdale: Oh, it's beautiful.
        Jed: Granny's so proud of it, she feels like it's her own.
        Drysdale: It looks just like you Granny, the same sweet, soft, warm, angelic expression.
        Granny: You noticed it, did ya?

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