The Real McCoys - Season 3 from Infinity Entertainment Group

The Real McCoys - Season 3 from Infinity Entertainment Group
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The Real McCoys - Season 3 from Infinity Entertainment Group

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The Real McCoys became one of the biggest hits on TV, paving the way for other rural comedy shows including Gomer Pyle, Beverly Hillbillies, Petticoat Junction and Green Acres. The premise was simple: a happy-go-lucky West Virginia mountain family moves to a ranch in California's San Fernando Valley. The focal point of the action, and undisputed star of the series, was Grampa Amos McCoy, a porch-rockin', gol-darnin', consarnin' old codger with a wheezy voice who loved to meddle in other people's affairs neighbors and kin alike. Three-time Academy Award winner Walter Brennan played the role to perfection. His kin included his grandson Luke (Richard Crenna) and Luke's new bride Kate (Kathy Nolan), Luke's teenage sister 'Aunt' Hassie (Lydia Reed), and 11-year-old brother Little Luke (Michael Winkleman). Rounding out the cast was the musically inclined farm hand Pepino (Tony Martinez) and George MacMichael (Andy Clyde), their argumentative neighbor. George's spinster sister Flora (Madge Blake) had eyes for Grampa but alas, it was not meant to be. The Real McCoys enjoyed a 6-year network run debuting October 3, 1957 and lasting until September 22, 1963.

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