I’ve seen a few episodes before taylorfirst1 and it’s been a while, but I liked the show. As I recall, the daughter was rather cute. This one also featured a young Richard Crenna, probably not too many years out of his squeaky voiced Walter Denton role in Our Miss Brooks (radio version).
The rural sitcoms had a good run up until the great rural purge of 1970-71. Too bad, because they were still quite popular with many.
Walter Brennan (1894–1974)
Strange when you think that up until not too many years back, you could still talk to living person that lived in the 19th century, and could remember it well enough to tell you some stories. I can still remember the last time that I saw my great grandmother (born 1880) when I was about 6 years old. She passed away later that year at the age of 90.
Fun show. The Real McCoys was popular with kids, maybe more so than the later rural comedies. It featured a large family, the children were featured prominently. Walter Brennan owned it (literally, I believe), and it was very funny. I remember it running for several years on weekday afternoons.