Where's this hillbilly from, The Andy Griffith Show or The Beverly Hillbillies?

Are these bumpkins from the Ozarks or Mayberry?

In Mayberry, we often saw hillbillies come on down from the hills for a visit. And in The Beverly Hillbillies, we met a whole collection of characters the Clampetts knew from back home in the Ozarks. 

Only true fans of both '60s shows will be able to keep these country bumpkins straight. Good luck!

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  1. This is Ernest T. Bass. Is he in Mayberry or Beverly Hills?
  2. This is Pearl Bodine. Is she in Mayberry or Beverly Hills?
  3. Here's some of the Darling family. Are they in Mayberry or Beverly Hills?
  4. Skippy and Daphne were also known as "the Fun Girls." Are they in Mayberry or Beverly Hills?
  5. These are no hillbillies, but they did marry Earl Scruggs and Lester Flatt on TV. Are they in Mayberry or Beverly Hills?
  6. Meet Ben Sewell, the moonshiner. Is he in Mayberry or Beverly Hills?
  7. What about Jedediah Wakefield, who feuds with his neighbors. Is he in Mayberry or Beverly Hills?
  8. This is Lafe Crick. Is he in Mayberry or Beverly Hills?
  9. Remember Big Jeff Pruitt? Is he in Mayberry or Beverly Hills?
  10. What about Emma Poke? Is she in Mayberry or Beverly Hills?

Where's this hillbilly from, The Andy Griffith Show or The Beverly Hillbillies?

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27 Comments

Thacket 11 months ago
9/10 pretty dang good for me
Eman723 11 months ago
Emma Poke had another role where she "rattled" when she walked past Andy in the department store. Great character actress.
BiggRog927 Eman723 10 months ago
Lurene Tuttle was the one that rattled in “The Shoplifters”. Emma poke was played Ellen Corby who played Myrt 'Hubcaps' Lesh in “Barney’s first car”
phillychristian 19 months ago
Emma Poke was from the Beverly Hillbillies. Her son was Johnny Poke, a singer who made over $1,000,000 a year. But he never came to see his mother. All she had was a cardboard cutout of him that she carried around with her.
Snickers 29 months ago
8 out of 10 just a big hillbilly at heart.
Mukusthebadd1 34 months ago
Missed one...
I've seen that episode too... Darn...
EllisClevenger 42 months ago
You got 9 out of 10
Grin as big as Ernest T. Bass, you won!
Missed #10.
Ikr..... but you was really correct. she played on "Barney buys a car" she sold him the car... but she didn't have that hat on, that was all Beverly Hillbillies.... I got that one wrong too..... Lol
DouglasMorris 44 months ago
9/10! missed number 10, which did me in.
DerekBird 44 months ago
You got 10 out of 10
Grin as big as Ernest T. Bass, you won
jerseyguy2468 44 months ago
You got 8 out of 10
Grin as big as Ernest T. Bass, you won!
piratesghost 45 months ago
You all said I was wrong on the guess I if Emma E was on Andy Griffith or Beverly Hillbillys. I guessed Andy. Your site said Hillbillys. WRONG, Emma Poke was on Andy... She was the old woman that sold Barney a junker car........
RedSamRackham piratesghost 44 months ago
* B-b-b-but then she was Hubcap Lesch! ☺
piratesghost 42 months ago
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TexasGreek 48 months ago
You got 9 out of 10
Grin as big as Ernest T. Bass, you won!
Runeshaper 53 months ago
You got 7 out of 10
Grin as big as Ernest T. Bass, you won!

I didn't know what town I was in most of the time! LOL
Stephen 56 months ago
You got 10 out of 10
Grin as big as Ernest T. Bass, you won!
Larry 56 months ago
You got 9 out of 10
Grin as big as Ernest T. Bass, you won!
Stephen79 57 months ago
While Ellen Corby did play Emma Poke on Beverly Hillbillies, she did also play a character on the Andy Griffith show as Myrt "Hubcaps" Lesh. The swindling old lady that bilked Barnie out of $300 on an old clunker. Corby was all over tv back then, appearing on many of the hit shows of the time. And of course, her best known character from the Waltons, Grandma Esther Walton …
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