The Beverly Hillbillies was the most popular sitcom in television history, and quite possibly the most successful network series ever, it ran for over 200 episodes, clocking in as the top-rated show of its premier season, and remaining in the top ten throughout its nine-year tenure. Jed Clampett (Buddy Ebsen) is an Ozarks mountaineer who, through epic fortuity and sheer ineptitude, falls into unfathomable wealth with the discovery of oil beneath his worthless Arcadian scrub oak. A roving petrochemical concern buys him out for $25 million, whereupon town sophisticate Cousin Pearl convinces him fabled Beverly Hills is the place to be. So they load up the truck and move to Beverly Hills replete with a rocking chair up top to house Granny (Irene Ryan), the family's reluctant matriarch. Classic Entertainment present four classic episodes. The Clampetts Strike Oil - Pilot Episode Jed Clampett sells his swamp full of oil to the O.K. Oil Company for $25 million and moves to Beverly Hills to live in a mansion. Getting Settled Wealthy Jed Clampett and his family are mistaken for a staff of backwoods servants when they arrive at their mansion. Meanwhile, Back at the Cabin The Clampetts find that the luxuries of their new mansion are a poor substitute for the comforts of their former mountain shack. The Servants Millburn Drysdale attempts another step in the social renovation of the Clampetts by lending them his servants.