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The Beverly Hillbillies DVD - Seasons 1 to 9 - Complete TV Show

The Beverly Hillbillies DVD - Seasons 1 to 9 - Complete TV Show
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This is your chance to relive one of your favorite sitcoms with the The Beverly Hillbillies DVD Box Set.

The Beverly Hillbillies series starts with the OK Oil Company learning of an inadvertent strike in Jed Clampett's Ozark swamp land. Patriarch Jed moves with his family into a mansion next door to his banker (Mr. Drysdale) in the wealthy Los Angeles County city of Beverly Hills, California, where he brings a moral, unsophisticated, and minimalistic lifestyle to the swanky, self-obsessed, and sometimes superficial community.

All 274 Episodes
The only Box Set available which contains every episode of the show.

The theme song introduces the viewer to the world's only fortunate hunting accident – whereby Jed shoots at game but instead hits "black gold". Lasting nine seasons and accumulating seven Emmy nomination.

The Hillbillies themselves were Buddy Ebsen as the widowed patriarch Jed "J.D." Clampett; Irene Ryan as his ornery mother-in-law, Daisy May "Granny" Moses; Donna Douglas as his curvaceous, tom-boy daughter Elly May Clampett; and Max Baer Jr. as Jethro, the brawny, half-witted son of his cousin Pearl Bodine.

Buddy Ebsen
Irene Ryan
Donna Douglas
Max Baer Jr.
Raymond Bailey
Nancy Kulp
Bea Benaderet

Pearl (played by Bea Benaderet) appeared in several episodes during the first season, as did Jethro's twin sister Jethrine, played by Baer in drag, using Linda Kaye Henning's voiceover. Pearl was the relative who prodded Jed to move to California, after being told his modest property could yield $25 million.


-Presented in English
-Brand new and sealed
-Contains every episode of The Beverly Hillbillies.
-Region Free - The The Beverly Hillbillies DVD will play on any DVD player worldwide
-Order now and relive your memories of this classic show

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