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Petticoat Junction   (1964)
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Publisher: Dell

Publication Date: Fall 1964 - Fall 1965

Country: United States

Language: English

Petticoat Junction was an American television series. It was the spin-off of The Beverly Hillbillies and pre-cursor to Green Acres. Like Acres, it was a situation comedy dealing with rural life in the fictional town of Hooterville, California — a small hamlet located at the junction of two rail lines. Petticoat centered on the exploits of a family (comprised mainly of a widowed mother and her three attractive daughters) who ran a hotel for people forced to spend the night waiting for connecting trains.

This comic book was printed during the run of the second — and part of the third — seasons of the show. During this period of the programʻs 7-year life span, Petticoat Junction was one of the top 20 programs on American television. Coming so early in the run of the television program, the comic featured pretty much the original cast of televised characters.

Number of issues cataloged: 5

Issue   Title   Story Arc   Cover Date
  Fall 1965
  Summer 1965
  Spring 1965
  Winter 1965
  Fall 1964

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