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Default The Real McCoys - The Complete Season 4 DVD Review

I want you to meet the family, known as the Real McCoys! The Real McCoys, airing from 1957-1963, was one of television’s first rural sitcoms and helped pave the way for future rural sitcoms that became even bigger hits. In The Real McCoys, Walter Brennan stars as Grampa Amos, who picks his family up from the hills of West Virginia to move to the San Fernando Valley in California. But this is no fish-out-of-water/rags-to-riches story like the Clampett family on The Beverly Hillbillies. Here, the family life is very much down to earth, and despite their rural upbringing, seems to acclimate to their new environment rather well (and honestly, it isn’t a huge change for the family, as they are still running a farm in a rural area). Joining Grampa Amos is grandson Luke (Richard Crenna), Luke’s bride Kate (Lydia Reed), farm hand Pepino (Tony Martinez), and neighbor George MacMichael (Andy Clyde). The series aired for six seasons, most of them on ABC.

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