“The Beverly Hillbillies” is a classic American comedy series that originally aired for nine seasons from 1962 to 1971 and was the first television series to feature a “fish out of water” genre. The series was about the Clampett family – widower Jed “J.D.” (Buddy Ebsen); his mother-in-law, Daisy May “Granny” Moses (Irene Ryan); beautiful but tomboyish daughter, Elly May (Donna Douglas); and nephew Jethro (Max Baer, Jr.) – that moves to ritzy Beverly Hills, California, after striking oil on the family’s Texas country farm. The show was a huge success during most of its nine-year original run, and it continues to be broadcast on different channels to this day. Different episodes of the show continue to rank as some of the most-watched episodes of television shows of all time.
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