One of CBS' longest-running situation comedies, this was the slapstick treatment of the Clampetts, an Ozark hillbilly family who struck it rich (an oil well sprouted in their front yard) and moved to a Beverly Hills mansion. They deposited the 25 million dollar given to them by John Brewster, of the OK Oil Company, for drilling rights to their land, in Milburn Drysdale's Commerce Bank. As Drysdale's biggest depositors, they received special treatment. The banker, concerned about their naivete and ignorance of "big city ways", moved them into the mansion next door to his own home, in hopes of keeping an eye on them and helping them become more civilized.
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