CTVA US Comedy - "Petticoat Junction" (Filmways/CBS) (1963-70) Bea Benaderet & Edgar Buchanan

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Petticoat Junction (1963-70)
working titles
'Dern Tootin' 'Ozark Widow' 'Whistle Stop'
Episode Guide compiled by The Classic TV Archive
with contributions by:
Shawn A. Adam, Sal Crisanti, Rina Fox
references:
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Petticoat Junction (season 1) (CBS) (1963-1964) (black & white)
Petticoat Junction (season 2) (CBS) (1964-1965) (black & white)
Petticoat Junction (season 3) (CBS) (1965-1966) (In Color)
Petticoat Junction (season 4) (CBS) (1966-1967) (In Color)
Petticoat Junction (season 5) (CBS) (1967-1968) (In Color)
Petticoat Junction (season 6) (CBS) (1968-1969) (In Color)
Petticoat Junction (season 7) (CBS) (1969-1970) (In Color)
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PETTICOAT JUNCTION
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Wayfilms production
(joint venture composed of
Filmways TV, Inc., & Hen-Ten Corporation),
for
CBS (Tuesdays 9:00 PM EST)(season 1)(1963-64)
CBS (Tuesdays 9:30 PM EST)(seasons 2-4)(1964-67)
CBS (Saturdays 9:30 PM EST)(seasons 5-7)(1967-70)
Created by Paul Henning

US Comedy series 1963-70 222 episodes x 30 min (74 bw 148 color) (7 seasons)
starring

Bea Benaderet as Kate Bradley (1963-68)
Edgar Buchanan as Joseph P. "Uncle Joe" Carson (1963-70)

Jeannine Riley as Billie Jo Bradley #1 (1963-65)
Gunilla Hutton as Billie Jo Bradley #2 (1965-66)
Meredith MacRae as Billie Jo Bradley #3 (1966-70)

Pat Woodell as Bobbie Jo Bradley #1 (1963-65)
Lori Saunders as Bobbie Jo Bradley #2 (1965-70)

Linda Kaye (Henning) as Betty Jo Bradley Elliott(1963-70)

Smiley Burnette as Charlie Pratt (1963-67)
Rufe Davis as Floyd Smoot (1963-68)
Charles Lane as Homer Bedloe (1963-68)
Frank Cady as Sam Drucker (1963-70)
Roy Roberts as Norman Curtis (1963-64)
Kay E. Kuter as Newt Kiley (1964-70)

Virginia Sale as Selma Plout #1 (1964-65)
Elvia Allman as Selma Plout #2 (1965-70)
Susan Walther as Henrietta Plout #1 (1965-66)
Lynette Winter as Henrietta Plout #2 (1966-70)

Mike Minor as Steve Elliott (1966-70)
Tom Lester as Eb Dawson (1966-70)
Regis Toomey as Dr. Barton Stuart (1968-69)
June Lockhart as Dr. Janet Craig (1968-70)
Byron Foulger as Wendell Gibbs (1968-70)
Paul Hartman as Bert Smedley (1968-69)
Elna Hubbell as Kathy Jo Elliott (1968-70)
Geoff Edwards as Jeff Powers (1968)
Jonathan Daly as Orrin Pike (1969-70)

Premise: Misadventures in a rural hotel and the train which serves it.

'Petticoat Junction ' was the first spin-off series from:-
'The Beverly Hillbillies' (1962-71) 274 episodes starring Buddy Ebsen
The second spin-off was
'Green Acres' (1965-71) 170 episodes starring Eddie Albert and Eva Gabor

DIRECTORS INCLUDED:
DAVID ALEXANDER, RICHARD L. BARE, CHARLES T. BARTON, RALPH LEVY,
GUY SCARPITTA, JEAN YARBROUGH [SC]
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WRITERS INCLUDED:
DICK CONWAY, PAUL HENNING, LOU HUSTON, ARTHUR MARX, AL SCHWARTZ,
DANNY SIMON, JAY SOMMERS, CHARLES STEWART, MARK TUTTLE [SC]


"Petticoat Junction" theme
by Paul Henning & Curt Massey
Come ride the little train that is rolling down the tracks to the junction. (Petticoat Junction)
Forget about your cares, it is time to relax at the junction. (Petticoat Junction)
Lotsa curves, you bet. Even more when you get to the junction,( Petticoat Junction).

Thereís a little hotel called the Shady Rest at the junction. (Petticoat Junction)
It is run by Kate, come and be her guest at the junction. (Petticoat Junction)
And thatís Uncle Joe, heís a moviní kind of slow at the junction, (Petticoat Junction)

Paul Henning - Archive Interview Part 1 of 8
Paul Henning - Archive Interview Part 2 of 8
Paul Henning - Archive Interview Part 3 of 8
Paul Henning - Archive Interview Part 4 of 8
Paul Henning - Archive Interview Part 5 of 8
Paul Henning - Archive Interview Part 6 of 8
  Paul Henning - Archive Interview Part 7 of 8
Paul Henning - Archive Interview Part 8 of 8

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