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Petticoat Junction (1963)

Petticoat Junction is an American situation comedy produced by Wayfilms that originally aired on CBS from September 1963 to April 1970. The series is one of three interrelated shows about rural characters created by Paul Henning. Petticoat Junction was created upon the success of Henning's previous rural/urban-themed sitcom The Beverly Hillbillies. The success of Petticoat Junction led to a spin-off Green Acres. The setting for the series is The Shady Rest Hotel, just outside the farming town of Hooterville. The hotel is situated on the train line of the C. & F.W. Railroad, halfway between the towns of Pixley and Hooterville, each 25 miles away. The characters "seem" to go to Hooterville for some goods and services, including high school and the hospital, but prefer Pixley for supermarket shopping, beauty parlors, and movies. The petticoat of the title is an old-fashioned garment once worn under a woman's skirt. The opening titles of the series featured a display of petticoats hanging on the side of the railway's water tower where the three originally teenage daughters are apparently bathing in the nude or skinny-dipping. In fact, the show's opening theme contains a hint of sexual innuendo in the line, "Lotsa curves, you bet, and even more when you get to the Junction." This is an obvious double entendre referring to both the train tracks and the Bradley daughters. However, as Linda Kaye states on the official season one DVD set, the name of the town Hooterville was not a reference to the slang term "hooters" meaning breasts, because that term was unheard of in the 1960s.

  • Year: 1963
  • Runtime: 30 min.
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  • Language: En

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Milton Frome

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Ross Elliott

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Harold Peary

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Dan White

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Ryan O'Neal

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Hal Smith

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Betty White

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Eva Gabor

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Adam West

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Percy Helton

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Bob Hastings

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Eddie Albert

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Parley Baer

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Gavin Gordon

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Ian Wolfe

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John Hoyt

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William Mims

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Sig Ruman

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Olan Soule

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Jesse White

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Edward Platt

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Elena Verdugo

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Grady Sutton

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Ann Doran

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Frank Faylen

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Peter Hansen

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Rufe Davis

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Whit Bissell

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Pat Buttram

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Hope Summers

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Don Keefer

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Fred Clark

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Hank Worden

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