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Andy Griffith Show Collection


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  • Actors: Andy Griffith, Ron Howard, Don Knotts, Frances Bavier, George Lindsey
  • Writers: Arthur Stander
  • Format: Box set, Color, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 5
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: Passport
  • DVD Release Date: February 21, 2006
  • Run Time: 445 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 2.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (6 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000C6NOZK
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #515,415 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Andy Griffith Show Collection" on IMDb

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Next stop - Mayberry, U.S.A.! All your favorite folks are here: Sheriff Andy Taylor, Opie Taylor, Deputy Barney Fife, Aunt Bee, Floyd the Barber, Otis the Drunk - even Gomer Pyle!

This hilarious and heart-warming five-disc set contains sixteen complete episodes of The Andy Griffith Show, which ran from 1960 thru 1968 and lives on in the hearts and minds of millions of viewers, young and old.

In addition to the classic cast (Andy Griffith, Ron Howard, Don Knotts, Frances Bavier, Howard McNear, Hal Smith), you'll also enjoy continuing guest stars such as Jim Nabors (as Gomer Pyle), Howard Morris (as Ernest T. Bass), plus such Hollywood stalwarts as George Kennedy (Cool Hand Luke), Ellen Corby (The Waltons), Dub Taylor (Bonnie and Clyde), and Billy Halop (Dead End).

As a special bonus, we've also included Hollywood Remembers Andy Griffith, a funny and fascinating look at the career of one of Hollywood's best-loved performers, and rare interviews with Andy Griffith and Betty Lynn, who played Barney's girlfriend, Thelma Lou.

No fan of classic television should be without this delightful and nostalgic collection!

Disc One TRT: 108 MINUTES

High Noon in Mayberry - A convict Andy once arrested gets released from jail and wants to settle an old score. Jim Nabors (as Gomer Pyle) and Dub Taylor (Bonnie and Clyde) guest star. Originally aired 1/21/63.

The Loaded Goat - Mayberry is in grave danger after a runaway goat devours a case of dynamite! Bing Russell (Bonanza) guest stars. Originally aired 1/28/63.

Class Reunion - Andy runs into his old high-school sweetheart at their class reunion and realizes they no longer want the same things. Peggy McCay (General Hospital) guest stars. Originally aired 2/4/63.

Rafe Hollister Sings - Barney is crestfallen when Andy pushes Rafe Hollister (Jack Prince) into entering a singing contest. Originally aired 2/11/63.

Disc Two TRT: 104 MINUTES

Opie and the Spoiled Kid - Opie comes under the influence of a spoiled new kid in town, and gets lessons in how to get his own way. Originally aired 2/18/63.

The Great Filling Station Robbery - Andy and Barney are convinced that the man suspected of robbing Gomer's garage is guilty. Jim Nabors guest stars as Gomer Pyle. Originally aired 2/25/63.

Andy Discovers America - Opie can't stand his new teacher - "Old Lady Crump" - but Andy takes a liking to her. (Eventually, they married.) Aneta Corsaut makes her series debut as Helen Crump. Originally aired 3/4/63.

Aunt Bee's Medicine Man - Aunt Bee finally falls for a man, but he turns out to be a con artist. John Dehner (The Twilight Zone) guest stars. Originally aired 3/11/63.

Disc Three TRT: 100 MINUTES

The Darlings Are Coming - A mountain family - the Darlings - stays in town overnight, awaiting the arrival of Charlene's fiancée. Denver Pyle (Bonnie and Clyde) guest stars. Originally aired 3/18/63.

Andy's English Valet - A gentleman's gentleman from England is drafted into doing chores for the Taylor family in order to pay off a fine. Bernard Fox (Bewitched) guest stars. Originally aired 3/25/63.

Barney's First Car - While shopping for a car, gullible Barney falls prey to an unscrupulous automobile salesman. Ellen Corby (The Waltons) guest stars. Originally aired 4/1/63.

The Rivals - Big-shot Barney Fife fills in Opie on just how to handle women-folk. Betty Lynn appears as Thelma Lou. Originally aired 4/8/63.

Disc Four TRT: 102 MINUTES

A Wife For Andy - Barney believes that Andy has reached the point in his life when he should start thinking about settling down and getting married. Jim Nabors appears as Gomer Pyle and Janet Waldo (The Jetsons) guest stars. Originally aired 4/15/63.

Dogs, Dogs, Dogs - A top-notch inspection official arrives in Mayberry to find that the courthouse is filled with dogs! Robert Cornthwaite (The Thing) guest stars. Originally aired 4/22/63.

Mountain Wedding - Ernest T. Bass (Howard Morris) threatens to prevent Charlene's wedding. Dub Taylor and Denver Pyle (both from Bonnie and Clyde) guest star. Originally aired 4/29/63.

The Big House - A gang of bank robbers is being kept temporarily - and Barney Fife is the man in charge! George Kennedy (Cool Hand Luke) and Billy Halop (Dead End) guest star. Originally aired 5/6/63.

Disc Five TRT: 48 MINUTES

HOLLYWOOD REMEMBERS ANDY GRIFFITH - A funny and fascinating look at the life and career of one of America's favorite film and television personalities - Andy Griffith - using rare film clips to tell the story.

ANDY GRIFFITH INTERVIEW - The legendary actor reflects on his life and career in television, on stage, and in motion pictures.

BETTY LYNN INTERVIEW - The actress talks about what it was like to play Thelma Lou and be Barney Fife's girlfriend on The Andy Griffith Show.

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Compusurge on February 20, 2006
Not sure I understand all the negative being written here by a previous reviewer. This product has nothing to do with season 5, it's a compilation of episodes only. It does not replace some other listing. As for what it is, it's heart-warming episodes at a great price. Peronally, I enjoyed it.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By ReadytoRead2 on March 15, 2006
I have the first five seasons on DVD, but I still like to check out compilations. Sometimes the complete season discs will have a favorite episode or two along with one I don't care for as much. I wish there wasn't a "play all" button so much as a "play these selected episodes" button. So I always check out compilations hoping for a "play all" disc that will truly contain favorite after favorite.
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The Andy Griffith Show is why we watch television or go to the movies - so we feel better afterwards.
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