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THE ANDY GRIFFITH SHOW - THE COMPLETE SECOND SEASON, is a comedy about a North Carolina widower named Andy Taylor who divides his time between raising his son, Opie (Ron Howard) and being sheriff of the small and virtually crime-free town of Mayberry. With next to no crimes to solve, Andy spends time philosophizing and trying to calm down his cousin, Deputy Barney, played by Don Knotts.
The Andy Griffith Show returns on DVD with its complete second season, a five-disc collectors set of 31 episodes more memorable than one of Aunt Bees "kerosene cucumbers." Set in the small town of Mayberry, the television series (1960-1968) followed the hilarious antics of widower Sheriff Andy Taylor (Andy Griffith), his son Opie (Ron Howard), and Deputy Barney Fife (Don Knotts). It has achieved cult status as one of televisions most beloved sitcoms for its stellar cast, pristine comedy, and nostalgic charm. By season two, the series found its tone and tenor, proved by such classic episodes as "The Pickle Story," "The Manicurist," and "Barney and the Choir." After viewers endure (or skip) Paramounts half dozen promotional trailers at the beginning of disc one, they can bask in 13 hours of restored, uninterrupted, black and white television magic. The seasons parade of guest stars includes Barbara Eden, Buddy Ebsen, Alan Hale Jr., Bill Bixby, and Sterling Holloway. Whereas the first seasons DVD set was without bonus material, this collection features sponsor spots, original commercial advertisements (linked to individual episodes) where the shows cast members promote brands such as "Sanka" coffee and "Post" breakfast cereals--a guaranteed smile. (All ages) --Lynn Gibson
All time classic. Glad I can get every episode.
Of coarse theme is my ringtone.
It is still a great family comedy. I don't think there has been a child actor better than Ron Howard. And Fife will live forever in our hearts.Published 7 days ago by Freaque du Cinema
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No, and the first commercials can be bypassed by pressing the "skip" botton on the remote control.
Jun 8, 2009 by J. Lewis | See all 2 posts
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