Boy genius Dilly Watkins improves life on the Douglas' farm with his new electronic inventions. Besides the barn door opener that works when Eleanor moos at it, there's the television camera that sends pictures of the cow to the bedroom set. Oliver doesn't realize the camera is transmitting to all the sets in the valley, turning him into an overnight Nielsen sensation.
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The title comes from the musical 'How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying', with music and lyrics by Frank Loesser
and book by Abe Burrows
, 'Jack Weinstock', and Willie Gilbert
, based on Shepherd Mead
's 1952 book of the same name. The original Broadway production of "How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying" opened at the Forty-sixth Street Theater in New York on October 14, 1961, ran for 1417 performances and won the 1962 Tony Awards for the Best Musical and Book and was nominated for Best Score. See more
[Dilly's camera broadcasts Oliver in his barn over area TV sets
It's Mr. Douglas!
I didn't know he had his own TV show?
Oliver Wendell Douglas
[to his cow
Eleanor, will you - Moooooo!
What kind of show is that?
I don't know. Looks like he's giving the cow mooing lessons.
References The Beverly Hillbillies