Were these 'Beverly Hillbillies' Thanksgiving images originally in black and white, or did we change them?

Think you can tell these Beverly Hillbillies Thanksgiving episodes apart?

The Beverly Hillbillies took on the Thanksgiving angle a few times throughout the series. Once in season one, again in season two and once more in season seven. 

The show changed to color beginning with the first episode of season four, and all episodes that followed were shot in color too. 

Now, we're putting your Beverly Hillbillies knowledge to the test on two different fronts! Take a look at the images below, all of which came from Thanksgiving-themed episodes either early in the show, or from the season seven episode. It's up to you to decide which images were originally in black and white, and which ones we changed from color!

Use your knowledge of the show, and any potential clues in the images to help you choose the right answer! 

Good luck! 

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  1. Was this image from a Thanksgiving episode originally black and white or did we change it?
  2. Was this image from a Thanksgiving episode originally black and white or did we change it?
  3. Was this image from a Thanksgiving episode originally black and white or did we change it?
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Were these 'Beverly Hillbillies' Thanksgiving images originally in black and white, or did we change them?

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35 Comments

orientalband54 2 months ago
Thats an easy one. not everyomne in the early 60's had color TV, it wasnt until the mid 60's more homes had color tv and they started showing episodes in color for that reason. the first 4 seasons were broadcast in B/W and traditionally they are shown in B/W now.
Hollie 14 months ago
10/10 i know this show lol
PulsarStargrave 15 months ago
9/10 RATS, I got caught napping! Two clues about the 7th season Thanksgiving are two Me-morable guest stars at the dinner table! Although, how Jed could become fictional on their show is a mystery to me! Mebbe they changed networks?
bagandwallyfan52 15 months ago
Wasn't there a Christmas episode of The
BEVERLY HILLBILLIES where the cast
Including Mr Drysdale and Mrs Drysdale were singing WE WISH YOU A MERRY CHRISTMAS TO THE TV AUDIENCE?
ALSO DOES ANYONE KNOW WHY
SONNY DRYSDALE VANISHED INTO THIN AIR WITH NO EXPLANATION??????????
Sonny Drysdale Vanished INTO THIN
AIR WITH NO EXPLANATION JUST
LIKE CHUCK CUNNINGHAM
(RANDOLPH ROBERTS) OF HAPPY DAYS AND CORPORAL CHUCK BOYLE (ROY STUART) OF GOMER
PYLE USMC.
Or "Spearchucker" on MASH?
On the sitcom DAY BY DAY THE
CHARACTER ROSS HARPER
(CHRISTOPHER DANIEL BARNES)
HAD A DREAM THAT HE WAS
CHUCK BRADY "THE LOST MEMBER"
OF THE BRADY BUNCH.
And BAG (NEIL J. SCHWARTZ )
MOOSE (BARRY GREENBERG)
EUGENE BELVIN (DENIS MANDEL)
AND MELVIN BELVIN SCOTT BERNSTEIN ALSO VANISHED FROM
HAPPY DAYS WITH NO EXPLANATION.
Sway 15 months ago
6/10. Thought I’d do better. Thanksgiving at the fancy eatin table using the pot passers😄
RobertK 15 months ago
5 of 5. Almost all were guesses. When these were originally shown in the 60's, we only had a B&W TV, probably until the early 70's. I really didn't have much time for TV back then, too busy with school, newspaper route, scouts and such. That's probably why I love METV, many episodes of the shows are actually "new" to me!
frenchman71 15 months ago
6/10. As Jed would say, "Pitiful, pitiful!"
Moverfan 15 months ago
Got seven out of ten. Not quite sure how...but I got seven out of ten.
KingDinosaur 15 months ago
10 / 10. Jane Hathaway's haircut helped a lot. Above the ears in the seventh season episode.
Ellly's shirt and less refined hair were mine!
Moverfan PulsarStargrave 11 months ago
Miss Elly Mae and Miss Jane are both beautiful ladies...
Andybandit 15 months ago
I got 2/10. I got #4 and 5 right. I didn't watch much of TBHB.
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