Petticoat Junction: - The Official Second Season

Petticoat Junction: - The Official Second Season

Aki Hara
Director: Guy Scarpitta, Richard L. Bare Cast: Aki Hara
Aki Hara
, Alan Mowbray
Alan Mowbray
Guy Scarpitta, Richard L. Bare,

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The second season of Petticoat Junction carries on the tradition of season one: Widowed Kate Bradley (Bea Benaderet) continues trying to make financial ends meets as owner of the Shady Rest, the only travelers' hotel in the town of Hooterville, and also seeks out eligible boyfriends for her toothsome daughters Betty Joe (Linda Kaye), Billie Jo (Jeannine Riley), and Bobbie Jo (Patricia Woodell); Kate's shiftless uncle Joe Carson (Edgar Buchanan) persists in dodging honest work by pursuing a million-and-one scams and get-rich-quick notions; and Homer Bedloe (Charles Lane), the conniving trouble-shooter for the C.F.&W. Railroad, tirelessly hatches new schemes to put his line's last remaining steam engine, the Hooterville Cannonball, out of commission (Indeed, so obsessed does Bedloe become in this pursuit that his obsession takes a Freudian turn in the offbeat episode "Bedloe's Nightmare"). A few casting notes: the season opener "Betty Jo's Dog" introduces canine actor Higgins, later to gain fame as the titular star of the Benji movies, in the role of the Shady Rest's unnamed pooch. In "As Hooterville Goes, Virginia Sale makes her first series appearance as Kate Bradley's overbearing social rival Selma Plout. In a later episode, it is rumored that Kate's daughter Billie Jo is engaged to Selma's son Dan, played by Mike Minor -- who would become a Petticoat Junction regular two years later in the role of Steve Elliott, the future husband of Billie Jo's sister Betty Jo! And Byron Foulger, who in season six would begin showing up in the recurring role of train conductor Wendell Gibbs, plays Mr. Guerney in "The Shady Rest Hotel Corporation." Although no longer the fourth most popular series in the U.S., Petticoat Junction managed to finish its second season in a respectable 15th place. Like season one, season two of Petticoat Junction was filmed in black-and-white -- and as a result, has been removed from the series' all-color syndicated package.

Product Details

Release Date: 07/07/2009
UPC: 0097368940246
Original Release: 0000
Rating: NR
Source: Paramount
Region Code: 1
Presentation: [Full Frame]
Time: 15:19:00
Sales rank: 1,025

Special Features

Closed Caption; Episode video intros by Pat Woodell (Bobbie Jo) and Linda Kaye Henning (Betty Jo); Interview with Woodell and Linda Kaye Henning; Photo gallery

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Aki Hara Nobuko Takamura
Alan Mowbray Lucius J. Penrose
Byron Foulger Mr. Guerney
Charles Lane Homer Bedloe
Dianne Foster Phyllis Marsh
Dick Wessel Bink Sharfells
Douglas Evans Mr. Pierson
Ernest Truex Oliver Fenton
Frank Ferguson Doc Stuart,Doc Stewart
Frank Killmond Tad Winslow
Fred Clark Gen. Loomis
George O'Hanlon Harry Harmon
Hal Smith Mr. Richardson
Hank Patterson Fred Ziffel
Lurene Tuttle Mary Alice Perkins
Marc Lawrence Barney Dawson
Milton Frome Mr. Dixon
Olive Sturgess Elsie Barton
Parley Baer Henry Phillips
Percy Helton Hinky Mittenfloss
Reginald Gardiner Lord Faversham
Rick Cooper Pvt. Tod Longwell
Robert Easton Hector,Henry Barton
Ross Elliott Mr. Talbot
Sig Rumann Prof. Lieberschmit
Stanley Adams Jack Crandall
Steve Lander Roland Barrett
Tom Fadden Ben Miller
Virginia Sale Selma Plout
Walter S. Baldwin Grandpa Miller
Al Eben Mr. Parker
Barbara Pepper Doris Ziffel
Garrison True Henry Brewster
George Cisar BooBoo Webster
Harold Peary Mr. Davis
Iris Adrian Mary Sills
Irwin Charone Dr. Leonard
J. Edward McKinley Mr. Travis
James Brewer Roy Redwell
Jim Hayward Ernie Caufield
Ken Drake Mr. McGill
Larry Merrill Pvt. Hank Benton
Marshall Bradford Judge Murdock
Mike Minor Dan Plout
Minerva Urecal Martha Winslow
Paul "Mousie" Garner Max James
Peter Leeds Gus Clegg
Ray Montgomery Mr. Stevens
Richard Erdman Col. Millbank
Robert Marland Hal Jackson
Roy Roberts Norman Curtis
Susan Walther Sarah Jane
Willis B. Bouchey O'Donnell
Alex Gerry Dr. Melman
Art Lewis Johnson
Bernie Kopell Black Salmon
Bert Freed Detective Horton
Charles Tannen Mr. Haley
Diane Bond Emily Lawrence
Grady Sutton Chef
Jack Bannon Technical Sergeant,1st GI
Jay Ripley Willie
John Alvin Mr. Kimberly
Jonathan Hole Mr. Earnshaw
Kay Kuter Newt Kiley
Phil Gordon Mr. Osgood,Harvey
Ricky Allen 1st Boy
Robert Beech Pvt. Stu Howard
Robert Shayne Mr. Fillmore
William Bakewell Ralph Craig
William Fawcett Pip Winslow
William O'Connell Martin Evans
Benny Rubin Fleeteagle
Don Megowan Freddie
Donald Douglas Mr. Wilson,Mr. Rogers
Doodles Weaver Chester W. Farnsworth
Edward Platt Gen. Patterson
Florence Lake Emily Simpson
Guy de Vestel Maitre D'
Jack Easton High School Boy
Jack Pepper Mr. Harrington
Jackie Searl Jack Hull
Jimmy Gaines 2nd Boy
Mary Carroll Maggie Gordon
Sam Edwards Ned Balsam
Walter Reed Melvin Randall
William Parker Mr. Williams
Dee Carroll Mrs. Williams
Felix Silla Baron Munchin
Guy Wilkerson Luther Craig
Murray Alper Mr. Lindley

Technical Credits
Guy Scarpitta Director
Richard L. Bare Director

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