Petticoat Junction Reviews & Ratings

30 minutes

A widow and her three daughters (and Uncle Joe, who's a-movin' kinda slow) run the Shady Rest Hotel in Hooterville, whose clientele consists mainly of passengers on the spur line of an almost-defunct railroad. It was one of many rural sitcoms that populated CBS acreage during the 1960s (this series inspired---and shared characters with---the equally popular `Green Acres'). Despite a revolving door of cast changes, the gentle, down-home comedy had a successful seven-year run.
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One the best openings, who didn't sing along with it? The show went through a lot of cast changes, the saddest being Bea Benaderet's (widow Kate Bradley) passing from lung cancer and Smiley Burnette (engineer Charley Pratt) passing from leukemia.

One the best openings, who didn't sing along with it? The show went through a lot of cast changes, the saddest being Bea Benaderet's (widow Kate Bradley) passing from lung cancer and Smiley Burnette (engineer Charley Pratt) passing from leukemia.