Jed Clampett, Gilligan, and Eddie Haskell walk into a restaurant. Waiting for the punchline? Well, the whole team-up was the big hit to tune into back in 1988. Move over, MCU, there\u2019s already been an ambitious crossover, and it came from an \u201880s McDonald\u2019s ad that recruited stars from Gilligan\u2019s Island, Beverly Hillbillies, and Leave It to Beaver. This was actually part of a series of commercials that also brought in The Munsters family members and the agents of Get Smart, all of whom have seen some incredible things but nothing so remarkable as the deals to be found under the golden arches. How to watch \u2018Gilligan\u2019s Island,\u2019 \u2018Leave It to Beaver,\u2019 and \u2018Beverly Hillbillies\u2019 in the span of minutes Even Dracula look-alikes enjoy some quality burgers, probably cooked rare \/ YouTube In just one commercial, you can see some major stars of Gilligan\u2019s Island, Leave It to Beaver, and Beverly Hillbillies in one short segment. A 1988 McDonald\u2019s ad opens with Eddie Haskell noting, \u201cMy, that\u2019s a lovely double cheeseburger you\u2019re eating Mrs. Cleaver.\u201d RELATED: The Untold Reason Behind McDonald\u2019s Departure From Ronald McDonald Then, the troublesome but lovable Gilligan announces \u201cI love French food\u201d as he eats some fries - which, in fact, hail from Belgium. It ends with Jed Clampett himself insisting to all patrons - and viewers - \u201cY\u2019all come back now, y\u2019hear?\u201d All part of a golden trend McDonald's used to utilize many celebrity endorsements but the trend fell out of favor for years \/ Pixabay As Outsider notes, crossovers such as these are part of a trend McDonald\u2019s leaned into decades ago. Besides the Beverly Hillbillies meeting Beaver and Gilligan, miraculously off the island, they also had Maxwell smart, also known as Agent 86 from Get Smart, and Grandpa Munster. However, such trends died down to a simmer, and now only an occasional advertising strategy. They recruited Michael Jordan back in 1992 and until 2020 with Travis Scott , all had been silent with celebrity endorsements. But McDonald\u2019s also has a history as a kingmaker, giving Seinfeld\u2019s Jason Alexander his first big chance in the spotlight. What was your favorite of McDonald\u2019s old celebrity campaigns?