What picture hung above Andy's fireplace on the Andy Griffith show?
old man & woman in field
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In the later episodes,she was Helen Crump.. Andy and Barney dated other ladies in the earlier years.
The Darling "boys" were played by real life bluegrass group The Dillards. Doug Dillard: Banjo Rodney Dillard: Guitar Dean Webb: Mandolin Mitch Jayne: Bass They were usually referred to as the boys or by their first names, Doug, Rodney, Dean, and Mitch. They would play these roles in si…x episodes of The Andy Griffith Show . (MORE)
Except possibly as a child, and this is doubtful the Andy Griffith shows were filmed in the late fifties and early sixties, I don"t think any new episodes were made after maybe l967 and this is OVER FORTY YEARS AGO, I know reruns have minimized future shock, so to speak but time does move on.
The name of the song was 'The Fishin' Hole' . Music by Earle Hagen and Herbert Spencer . Words by Everett Sloane . It might be well to mention Everett Sloane appeared in one episode, 'Keeper Of The Flame' as a moonshining farmer
He did not have a caretaker. He lived with his Pa and his Aunt Bee in the house in Mayberry. His Aunt Bee watched him while his Pa was doing his sheriff thing at the courthouse. Otherwise, Andy Griffith took care of the little guy.
There were a total of 249 episodes shown in the eight years the show was on television. . The first 'The New Housekeeper', October 3, 1960 . The last 'Mayberry R.F.D.', April 1, 1968 The pilot for series of the same name
It was 'Return To Mayberry' a made-for-television movie which aired in April of 1986. It was the highest rated television show of the season. it was also the show where Barney and Thelma Lou got married.
I have no idea where it was filmed, however I live in Mount Airy where it was supposivly based on, however, there is NO SUCH TOWN as Mayberry, North Carolina. Mayberry is a FICTIONAL town. It does NOT exist.
He was a borderline mental retard that also co-appeared as an occasional guest character in Gomer Pyle. I vaguely recall one episode where Opie pulled some sort of prank on Goober (never really addressed as an adult, not Mr. so and so) and this involved a walkie-talkie to simulate a Talking Dog, Opi…e was reprimanded for this prank, daddy took back the Walkie-Talkie at least for a time. It was never really stated the man was mentally retarded, but he surely acted like one, even dumber than the Marine recruit. They may have been ( in fiction) related. (MORE)
African Americans do appear in later episodes, first walking in the background and later as part of crowds. In Mayberry RFD a character is an African American. In an explanation of the show on a documentary, the same question was asked, and the answer given was that had there been African American…s in the show in major roles and the show was to have some realism, then the show would not be in reruns today (implying that African Americans would have been mistreated in a southern town in the 1960s). NEW: While there were a couple blacks in a few crowd scenes - mainly during the first season and a half - there were no blacks with speaking parts during the the original five-year run with Barney (Don Knotts); Appearances are limited to walking on the other side of street or running up during one of Barney's occasional car accidents or siren blasts, shaking their heads in dismay and looking perturbed at the antics. (MORE)
There were nearly 50 songs song on the show. Most of those were written by Earle Hagen, the show's music director. Some of the most recognizable songs were . One Empty Chair (Barney and Andy) . Little Brown Church In The Dale(Barney and Andy and Mr. Tucker(Man In A Hurry) . Midnight Special (Andy… and Jim Lindsey(The Guitar player returns) . Down In The Valley (Andy and Peggy McMillan) . Bringing Nellie Home (Andy, Barney, Thelma Lou and Ellie walker) . Stars and Stripes Forever(The Freddie Fleet Band) . The Darlings sang at least twenty songs the most recognizable being : . Leaning On The Everlasting Arms . Stay All Night, Stay A Little Longer . Salty Dog . Duelin' Banjos (MORE)
I believe that Andy Griffith himself came up with the concept for the show. However, I might be wrong about that. I do know that he had a large influence over what went on, though; he always insisted that the musicians on the show actually play, instead of having actors pretend to play.
He felt it was time and wanted to end it while the quality was still high.
Andy Griffith turned 33 years old on June 1, 1960 and the show premiered in October of 1960.
Andy Griffith turned 33 years old on June 1, 1960. The show premiered in October of that year.
The charming singer who played Keevy Hazelton on the Andy Griffith Show was Jesse Pearson who died of cancer on December 5, 1979. Jesse was also featured as Conrad Birdie in Bye Bye Birdie.
The cast of The Andy Griffith Show consisted of : . Andy Griffith----------Sheriff Andy Taylor . Don Knotts------------Deputy Barney Fife . Frances Bavier--------Aunt Bee Taylor . Ron Howard-----------Opie Taylor . Howard McNear-------Floyd Lawson . Jim Nabors-------------Gomer Pyle . George …Lindsy---------Goober Pyle . Betty Lynn--------------Thelma Lou . Aneta Corsaut----------Helen Crump . Denver Pyle-------------Briscoe Darling . Howard Morris----------Ernest T. Bass . Hope Summers----------Clara Edwards Johnson . Hal Smith------------------Otis Campbell . Jack Dodson---------------Howard Sprague . Elinor Donahue------------Ellie Walker . Paul Hartman--------------Emmett Clark . Jack Burns-------------------Warren Ferguson . Probably the most seasoned guest star was Buddy Ebsen who had been acting and dancing from the mid 1930's (MORE)
The main characters featured . Andy Griffith as Andy taylor . Don Knotts as Barney Fife . Ronny Howard as Opie Taylor . Frances Bavier as Aunt Bee . Hope Summers as Clara Johnson Edwards . Howard McNear as Floyd Lawson
Otis cambell was the town drunk in The Andy Griffth Show. He was played by Hal Smith.
Ronnie Howard starred as Opie taylor, the son of Sheriff Taylor played by Andy Griffith on The Andy Griffith Show Which aired on CBS for eight years 1960-68
On a set in Universal. I was schocked to find that out, but I went on the Universal Studios tour, and there was Mayberry... Well, what was left of it anyways. The buildings in Mayberry are just props, and there is no inside
Ellie or as the they often call her on the show "the lady druggist" played on the Andy Griffith Show for one season. She was supposed to be on the show for three seasons but asked for early release.
Andy Griffith was the sheriff of Mayberry. He lived there with Aunt Bea and his son Opie. Aunt Bea helped care for Opie while dad was executing his sheriff's duties. His bumbling deputy was played by Don Knotts. The show was a sit-com staged in a small community with typical small town characters an…d situations. (MORE)
Well he had a couple but the one that he ended up marrying was Helen Crump, Opie's teacher.
Don Knotts who left the show to do other things. He was also once the voice of a famous actor or something in "The new Scooby-Doo movies". He was also the voice of the police dog in "Air Budies"
Andy Griffith died in July of 2012. He is buried in a family cemetery in North Carolina.
There was one with a speaking part he played a football player that coached opie team he was also a pianist when opie was deciding to either play the piano or football
Otis Campbell was the 'Town Drunk' - this role was played by Hal Smith .
In 1965. Don Knotts believed the show was about to be canceled, so he signed on with the Walt Disney Company to make movies. His last appearance as a regular was in "Opie Flunks Arithmetic"; the last two episodes of the 1964-1965 were filmed without Knotts. Don Knotts did return to play Barney in se…asons 6-8 of TAGS, as well as in the premiere of Mayberry R.F.D., and in Return to Mayberry. (MORE)
After The Andy Griffith Show had run it's course Griffith changed gears. He played attorney Ben Matlock, kind of a bumbler with a bad suit. But of course he always solved the murder and his clients good standing in the community was restored. Griffith's old friend Don Knotts played Matlock's neighbo…r. He was in some episodes of "Mayberry R.F.D." in 1968-1969. "Headmaster" (1970). "The New Andy Griffith Show" (1971). "Salvage 1" (1979). (MORE)
The late Jim Varney (June 15, 1949 -- February 10, 2000) was never on the 'Andy Griffith Show' . (He would have been a great character though.)
You can refer to the related link below which has a wide selection of Andy Griffith memorabilia .
Warren Fer4guson, Floyd Lawson's nephew. This character, played cby Jack Burns, didn't work out on the show and soon disappeared. Warren was not replaced as deputy
Andy Griffith drove a wide variety of vehicles during the show's tenure ~ Look to the related link below to see which vehicles were driven during the show .
Otis, part of what is now called United Technologies- is best-known as an elevator manufacturer. Opie was the son of Sheriff Taylor on the Griffith program.
Yes , Beatrice "Aunt Bee" Taylor (Played by the late Frances Elizabeth Bavier , December 14, 1902 -- December 6, 1989 .) was part of the cast of The Andy Griffith Show .
The Andy Griffith Show aired from October 3, 1960 , to April 1, 1968 .
Not his tv wife, His real life wife was on the show. She appeared several times as a background player as when the choir was rehearsing. She is standing behind and to the side of Aunt Bee.
'Arnold Winkler' was played by Ronnie Dapo. Sheldon Golomb played 'Arnold Bailey'. There were two Arnolds on Andy Griffith.
Helen Crump , played by the late Aneta Corsaut (November 3, 1933 - November 6, 1995) .
Because Andy Griffith was the name of the actor who played Andy Taylor, hence the show was named after the actor, not the character.
The Andy Griffith Show was televised by CBS between October 3, 1960 and April 1, 1968 .
The premise was the life of a small town southern sheriff in the early 1960s.
The name of his wife was never mentioned, but he married Helen Krump in the first episode of Mayberry R.F.D.
Ellie Walker was Mayberry's pharmacist. She was portrayed byElinore Donahue in twelve episodes between 1960 and 1961.
It ended with Andy marrying Helen and Barney going along with them on the honeymoon then the show became Mayberry RFD
The Andy Griffith Show - 1960 Andy's Vacation - 4.22 was released on: USA: 9 March 1964
The Andy Griffith Show - 1960 Andy's Vacation 4-22 was released on: USA: 9 March 1964
The Andy Griffith Show - 1960 Andy's English Valet 3-26 was released on: USA: 25 March 1963
The Andy Griffith Show - 1960 Andy's Rival 6-2 was released on: USA: 20 September 1965