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Howard Snow (1 day ago)
AQ
listerone (2 days ago)
The first couple of seasons were classic. It was about the time they went to color that they ran out of fresh ideas.
W Jones (4 days ago)
While this is one the best shows created, you should understand that when it came on a large percentage of American people still lived in rural areas. It was considered a insult by many.
Johnny Atkinson (5 days ago)
Please fix the TYPOs. It should read - Unaired Pilot Episode for "The Beverly Hillbillies"
John Clarke (5 days ago)
These days they just walk on your your land and shoot you and take the land unfortunately. But that was the Obama times.
John Wayne (5 days ago)
OK Now I feel my age .Back when this show was on we had to turn a dial on the T.V. and stick a finger in a dial to make a phone call. We would perk our coffee and use a can opener to open a can of beer too.You kids don't know how bad you have it!
Buddy Jenkins (7 days ago)
Funniest show ever!
memorystar 72 (8 days ago)
THANKS FOR SHARING YOUR VIDEO (MEMORYSTAR) 😎THANKS AGAIN 😎
WithMercyAforethought (9 days ago)
now, it's so much more apparent. that going across the causeway, into the Sun Coast palms, was satisfaction and ...hope
Michael Hutson (9 days ago)
unaired,not "umaired" great episode though!
Robert Pearson (11 days ago)
Quite possibly the best sitcom of all time.
mark price (11 days ago)
This is priceless -what a find. Such a great plot,script,funny show
Pablo123456x (12 days ago)
Somehow Anthony Bourdain brought me here.
Owen McGee (12 days ago)
A few years ago I saw dvds of the first two series of this show going for a euro or two, picked them up for a laugh (I vaguely remember seeing colour versions on tv as a kid) and they were a surprise. The writing in this show is actually very good. All the characters seem simple. But there's depth to the characterisation. The story evolves show by show. So do the characters. This is the first episode, with different opening credits. The only unaired bit is the five minutes after the end credits. Really intelligent comedy writing in those early series. Don't know about later ones. Could well be that the idea was stretched thin. But the way the banker and his secretary slowly realise and envy the unschooled great integrity of the Clampetts is great. Salt of the earth.
rooneyb1 (12 days ago)
Reminds me of the Trumps moving into the White House..
Urraca de Chiflo (15 days ago)
Granny was very spiteful toward city dwellers, folks regarded as "edgeecated", “Injuns”, “fur-o-nors", goomers, yankees, "Cal-ee-fornyuns" and others who weren't "jest like us'n". It's striking how similar the character was to today's typical Trump supporter.
James Dana (16 days ago)
As funny today as it was back then
malfoy666 (16 days ago)
This was ten times funnier than the one that they showed.
boaterbil (17 days ago)
I never saw this before. So funny. Loved the hillbillies.
Ian Clarke (17 days ago)
The Beverley hell beverleys as I used to say
joe trump (21 days ago)
Has to be in the top 5 of all comedian shows ever. All we get from TV is s...t today
hot rod daddy (25 days ago)
that rascal was fixin to bite me..lol.. a timeless classic show.
Mister E (1 month ago)
I watched this show when I was a kid (born in the 50's) every week when the show was aired, and I have never seen this pilot. That was a treat to watch; and I smiled a lot and even laughed out loud. Thank you for posting!
tony woolaston (1 month ago)
Great old show
Jody Ross (1 month ago)
this is labeled, umaired, instead of unaired..
KL Daly (1 month ago)
Umaired??
Roxanne Moser (1 month ago)
Umaired? What's umaired mean?
Eric Purkey (1 month ago)
I saw this Pilot once 28 years ago on Tbs.
Timothy McDonald (1 month ago)
In the ending of this particular episode I noticed that Granny hiked her skirt and flashed bare legs then in the next few scenes she is wearing some type of legging cover. Just as a guess based on what I see in the video it looks like she or a stunt double may have donned a pair of jeans. Just an observation, no intent to put down or denigrate this show. As you can see from my last posts, this show was a serious part of my 1960s childhood memories. As a TV generational PettiCoat Junction, The Beverly Hillbillies, Get Smart and others that do not come to mind at this moment are in the mix. Oh another one is Star Trek!!! Really!.
Dirk Diggler (1 month ago)
does anyone remember when Russell Crowe beat up Jethro's dad?
mello22u (1 month ago)
Mom's family was from West Verginny...We ate green fried tomaatas, and my mom played the pianna. She wore a pigs eardrum around her neck to get pregnant, and cut her oldest sons hair in the light of the full moon so it wouldn't lose it's curl. My grand ma and whole family watched this every week. Apparently it's all true.
Sherman Jonathan (1 month ago)
Wow! I like this better. It is lot more edgy. Granny character is more developed. They go much more into their life before they got rich. Also the story about a oil developer coming along is better story then just accidentally discovering the oil with a shot gun.
Timothy McDonald (1 month ago)
I really like the exchange between Miss Irene Ryan and Mr Buddy Ebsen in this first pilot episode of the syndicated series of the Beverly Hillbillies. Just great!!.
Timothy McDonald (1 month ago)
I remember watching this show when I was a kid (circa 1962 1963 1964). It is a part of my childhood memories. My Aunt and Uncle owned/ran a small rural general store and as part of the almost weekly routine, My Father and Mother/My Mom and Dad/my Parents would take us (my younger sister and I) out to the store. It was a great time for a kid. A gathering place. My Aunt and Uncle had a black and white tv mounted on the wall in the back of the store and had a set of benches located in the middle of the store running front to back for folks to sit on as well as a few chairs and what not to sit on also. Please take into consideration that these memories are kinda old now, but I do know that what I have shared here is truth from my memories
Mister E (1 month ago)
What a wonderful memory to have. Good times of days gone.
CatfishHunter61 (1 month ago)
Buddy Ebsen, Irene Ryan, Max Baer Jr and Donna Douglas. It's too bad they're all gone now.
Mellissa Dalby (1 month ago)
Best line: "Yep, I'd be a dang fool to leave all this"
Jack Rusell (1 month ago)
it aint her shoulders thats poppin these buttons One of the best lines in TV histoty
Danny Bennet (1 month ago)
That Ellie May gets my loins all worked up !
Lindsaypeter Holden (1 month ago)
Brilliance,Sheer Brilliance.So bloody Funny with brilliant clever witty lines delivered by superb actors.some of the parts with milburn drysdale and nancy kulp are the sharpest I have ever seen.Best tele EVER.
EARTHOVISION (1 month ago)
I used to visit with the writer/creator of this show, Paul Henning, and he would tell me stories about his career and how he developed the Beverly Hillbillies. As a film student he would inspire me to create my own show, Earthovision (positive TV for a positive world), rather than just getting a job in Hollywood like everyone else. I'm glad he did. He taught me to follow my dream rather than work and toil to make other people's dreams come true. I went to visit him one day and found that he had died. I was very sad but decided to carry his spirit with me forever. When Paul and I would talk about my Earthovision show he would encourage me and inspire me. I was worried that the world wasn't ready for nonviolence but he assured me if I was thinking about it then many others are thinking about it also. He was right. Bless you Paul Henning.
Richard Scratcher (1 month ago)
Still funny after all these years.
John Cooper (1 month ago)
This episode was aired. Get it right before declaring it was unaired, check the very first episode. IT'S CALLED "CLAMPETS STRIKE OIL", AND ITS THIS ONE, dipstick
John Foley (1 month ago)
Great show!
gale mccurdy (1 month ago)
I don't know how old you all are, but I remember this episode quite well, and I'm 70 years old! It was aired when I was 14 or 15 years old!! Loved this show so much, and still do!!!
TJ Haverland (1 month ago)
"Don't look at me, I didn't take it" 😲 😂😂😂
Kevin Johnson (1 month ago)
At 6;59 the snowflakes would be offended saying granny as inflected cool behavior on the piglet..
Kevin Johnson (1 month ago)
These people were all great actors, they made they show so realistic..
Dennis Brown (1 month ago)
I don't know who said this was a previously unaired episode…but I actually saw it on TV many years ago because I remember the opening scene going in reverse back to the hills
anotherkat4u (1 month ago)
Elly May HOT AF ,,,,=^oo^=,,,,
Jill Hoskins (1 month ago)
That was delightful! Watched this show as a child, but had never seen how it all began!
Pat Robinson (1 month ago)
ALL the good ole shows in the good ole days
Charles Messina (1 month ago)
This episode has been aired on Directv station just a few minutes ago and MeTV within last 3 months
iwinzeazy (1 month ago)
Millions dollars😎😎
Robert Hughes (1 month ago)
What a laugh track
Vane Fal (1 month ago)
Pure class.
Central Intel (1 month ago)
VERY COOL!
Central Intel (1 month ago)
UFO ENCOUNTER
Central Intel (1 month ago)
0010110
Tahoe Jones (1 month ago)
Umaired? Learn to spell.
Edward Church (1 month ago)
I watched it b4 and I enjoy watching this
Bill Keith (1 month ago)
That was actually quite funny! I don't think I seen this before. The sequel movie was really good. Jed had moved back to the hills and they had a wood carving to commemorate "granny".
Dwayne Hale (1 month ago)
Lol unaired? I saw this one so it was aired.
Steven Jeffrey Cull (1 month ago)
Dear America, Congress passing yet another criminal law. Beverly Hillbillies banned and censored for political correctness violations. Love Skeetron.
Rasheik Bailey (2 months ago)
Chickens use to be so free when growing up they use to be more happy so even if we eat them they would be happy
Tim Toon (2 months ago)
great show
gv41660 (2 months ago)
I LOVE Cousin Pearl!!!!!
Richard Spata-Merrill (2 months ago)
Umaired? is tha a word?
stephen borsbey (2 months ago)
very funny was it 1962. then they came up with the song at the start.
Alan Daniels (2 months ago)
This was aired....change your title.
JAT002 (2 months ago)
ah ha. finally. I've never seen this pilot but the narrator says they are from the Ozarks. Finally got that settled. They didn't move from the Appalachians.
Greg Clemen (2 months ago)
paul henning was a genius , the humor holds up, and "CBS" pulled the plug on this show,and the other"henning shows " thanks to "fred silverman" of "CBS" , this is the same person who did not like "A CHARLIE BROWN CHRISTMAS" . the most re-run christmas special known to mankind(run on CBS)1st aired dec.,1965
ricky jarrett (2 months ago)
this one need be on tv
# Guiltless (2 months ago)
Explaining of the telephone.😂😂😂
Urraca de Chiflo (2 months ago)
Finally someone has put on a TV show about reasonably normal people.
JONATHAN SUTCLIFFE (2 months ago)
FOR ALL THEIR BELLYACHING - THIS IS STILL A CLASSIC AND QUITE A LAUGH. NOPE - AS MUCH AS YOU'D ENJOY IT.. OR, RATHER, AS MUCH AS YOU'D LIKE ME TO BE THE CITY DWELLER NOB CHEESE LOOKIN DOWN ONE'S AT YOU TYPE AS THESE ARE NOUGHT BUT HICK TYPES - I'M SORRY TO SAY THAT... WELL, THESE FOLKS ARE MY KIND OF FOLKS - YOU WOULD SURMISE ARE BEIN' TEKKEN THE PISS OFF. TO MY MIND, IRRESPECTIVE OF MORAL POSITION OR STANCE TAKEN, THE HIGH BROW PSEUDO SOPHISTICATES ARE THE TYPES BEIN' MOCKED... THAT SAID - I HAVE NO IDEA WHY YOU WANT ME ON THE DEFENSIVE ALL OF A SUDDEN... WHEN IT'S COMON KNOWLEDGE THAT BENY HILL, TWO RONNIES, YOUNG ONES, FILTHY RICH AND CATFLAP, BEVERLY HILLBILLIES ETC ETC ETC - ARE WELL APPRECIATED IN MY HOME... WHAT SAY YOU?
Tom O'Connor (2 months ago)
You would hope that the Uploader could spell Unaired though. Jethro's acting surely wouldn't make you believe that his father was a former heavyweight boxing champion.
Steve Bergman (2 months ago)
At 21:13 is that the Collinsport Afghan?
YodaWhat (2 months ago)
Sigh. Classic TV, from a simpler age. "They sure don't make 'em like that no more, Jethro." "They sure don't, Uncle Jed!"
Mark Temsic (2 months ago)
what year y'all reckon this was...?? I liked the ones where Granny's " smokin crawdads"....
George Yanez (2 months ago)
Lol that was hilarious! First time ever watching this
Harold Foltmer (2 months ago)
THESE Are HOW COMEDYS WERE MADE WHEN THEY WERE FUNNY GREAT COMEDY'S THEY Just Don't MAK'EM Like THIS ANYMORE THESE Like The THREE STOOGES, LARAEL And HARDY And ABBOTT And Costello,ALL IN THE FAMILY, SANFORD And SON there are many other comedy's
LEX37 (2 months ago)
"Um" aired?
Michael Pearce (2 months ago)
You can tell that this episode was filmed before a live audience, unlike the rest of the series which used canned laughter. Actually after watching this entire episode, it appears that this episode was already filmed and then viewed by a live audience, as I notice how the actors never pause to wait for the laughter to die down before continuing with their lines. So I guess it wasn't actually filmed in front of a live audience
Joseph Tabar (2 months ago)
My favorite comedy show since my youth.
Andy Vasquez (2 months ago)
damn granny waz saucy!
Bill Dee (3 months ago)
She sure was pristine. They don't make 'em like that anymore.
Reddragon696 (3 months ago)
I remember watching these when they first came out. They were one of my favorite shows next to Bewitched.
normdoty (3 months ago)
just what in the devil is an "Umaired" pilot episode ??
Benny Perez (3 months ago)
Hilarious😂😂😅😅🤣🤣🤣
Tommy Jones (3 months ago)
Still laughing...never saw that one..pretty funny..
Al Coleman (3 months ago)
Donna Douglas was the most beautiful woman to walk onto a movie screen or to ever be on to television. And she was a very gracious lady as well.
William Webb (3 months ago)
This is great.Thank you for posting.
brecken darkflame (3 months ago)
I am a big fan of this show, too bad that they dont actually play the show anymore on tv.
Pastor Paul D (3 months ago)
Ellie Mae is so young and beautiful hear in 62. It’s also really innocent and fun stuff. No violence, sex or hate wholesome family fun , now Hollywood is out to hurt simple decent people. In just 10 yrs it all goes to hell. Hollywood has always had a large influence on people so why all the violence, anti family pro sodomy hate America and God attitude... please believe me , Satan is real and his influence is growing. Only love for Christ Jesus plus Godly wisdom can help us all at this moment . Be an example to everyone, Christ Will be your example and with god all good things are very very very possible. Thank You. Pastor Paul D
Don Sullivan (3 months ago)
Show was funny and all but, my parents didn't care for it much. We were from Arkansas living in California, my dad had come out in the 30's, part of the Okie/Arkie migration, went to war, back to Arkansas then on to California. So my parents thought the show was the same old stereotypical ignorant Arkansas hillbillies.
C Y? (3 months ago)
How could this be an unaired show? I've seen it before.
John Iovine (3 months ago)
it sure qwas a funny show for the time lol and u know what? it still is lololololol
John Iovine (2 months ago)
the beverly hillbillies one of the best then
SusDgs (3 months ago)
One of the best shows ever. What makes it so funny is that the Clampetts are honest literal folks. They say what they mean, and assume everyone does, which makes for lots of funny. Love it!
Sinned (3 months ago)
This is amazing!!! Thank so much for the upload.
PixelProject (3 months ago)
little bit of Donna https://youtu.be/ncpvLBMTnmo