Buddy Ebsen, Irene Ryan, Donna Douglas, Max Baer, Jr. The banjo music plays on into its third season featuring the hilarious and lovable Clampett family! The slack-jawed yokels continually find themselves in fish-out-of-water situations when they move to Beverly...Hills, that is. 34 episodes on 5 DVDs. 1964-65/color-b&w/14 hrs., 28 min/NR/fullscreen.
||Buddy Ebsen, Donna Douglas, Irene Ryan, Max Baer Jr., Raymond Bailey|
||Multiple Formats, Full Screen, Black & White, Closed-captioned, NTSC|
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|DVD Release Date:
||February 17, 2009|
|Average Customer Rating:
|| based on 40 reviews|
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60 of 61 found the following review helpful:
At last! Official full season sets of The Beverly HillbilliesMay 08, 2009
By Warwick Bennett
For years I have been making do with various collections of episodes, with only a poor instrumental theme bearing little resemblance to the original theme song. Now at last this wonderful show is being released in full season sets with the original opening and closing theme songs. Some reviewers have applauded the presence of the original sponsor messages on these discs. Personally, I don't like them, but the great thing is that you have the choice of playing the episodes with or without the advertising. Some of the difference may be that as Americans, the other reviewers remember the shows that way, with some nostalgia. For me, living in a country where cigarette advertising on television has never been legal, my fond memories are of the version without the ads.
This is a great set of my favourite season of a fantastic show, complete with all the original music , photo gallery and an excellent special feature, "The Legend of the Beverly Hillbillies". Every episode is packed with laughs; the Hillbillies are still as funny and as wonderful as I remember them from my childhood.
Jed Becomes a Movie Mogul
Clampett City General Store
Hedda Hopper's Hollywood
Dr. Jed Clampett
Back to Marineland
Jed, the Heartbreaker
The Widow Poke Arrives
The Boarder Stays
Start the New Year Right
Clampett General Hospital
The Movie Starlet
Elly in the Movies
Dash Riprock, You Cad
Drysdale's Dog Days
Flatt, Clampett and Scruggs
Jed and the Countess
Big Daddy, Jed
Cool School is Out
The Big Bank Battle
The Clampetts vs. Automation
The Brewsters Return
Jed, the Bachelor
The Art Center
The Legend of the Beverly Hillbilles
28 of 30 found the following review helpful:
Season 4 Beverly HillbilliesJun 29, 2010
By John P. Brown
is beverly Hillbillies still coming oout on dvd, iam waiting for more seasons to come out. It's been over a year since season 3 came out and i want to know when the rest of the seasons are coming out. I really enjoy that show and i know other fans are also waiting for them to come out too , I hope there is enough people out there asking for this series and i hope the company keeps bringing them out on dvd's. So get moving and keep us fans happy by bringing out the rest of this great classic tv show. i got the first three seasons on dvd and when is the 4th season coming out, how much longer do we have to wait for the 4th season to come out. I hope they keep coming out because i really enjoy the ones i've already got on dvd. It was February 17, 2009 that season 3 came out, it's been over a year since it came out so don't tell me the rest aren't coming out soon. I' m sure there are other fans out there waiting for season 4 so don't take another year or two to bring it out.
23 of 24 found the following review helpful:
GOLLY GRANNY, I'M STARVIN!!!!!!Jul 04, 2010
By Charles L. Hall Jr.
If Paramount is not going to continue with this wonderful show, hopefully
SHOUT FACTORY will pick up the ball just like they have just done with Leave it
to Beaver and All in the Family. Seasons four thru nine are the in color seasons and they are anxiously awaited by many of us.
21 of 25 found the following review helpful:
this is FUNNY stuff.Apr 19, 2009
By Stephen Dickensheets
I forgot how innocent was our humor 40+ years ago.
It is still funny, and as clever as ever.
Yes, it has "stereo-typical things, but we didn't place such guarded care over good clean,honest and silly fun.
We all need to go back to where our words and actions were just "sticks and stones," and trust more in each other.
Wouldn't we be a lot better off if we did?!
10 of 11 found the following review helpful:
Old TV showsApr 28, 2011
By Kenneth Kirk
I love many of the old television shows that were on. They were suggestive but proper, not like television today. The Beverly Hillbillies is a classic show on how to maintain culture even among the non-cultured. Jed and his family create some of the most spectacular circumstances just out of plain ol' simplicity. And it's this simple humor that makes the Hillbillies a timeless classic. I hope the other seasons are released soon.
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