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Andy Griffith, Ron Howard, Don Knotts. The characters close to everyone's heart live the good life in simpler times with Andy, Barney, Opie, Aunt Bee and all the other memorable residents of Mayberry. Includes 32 episodes on 5 DVDs. 1962-63/b&w/13 hrs., 2 min/NR/fullscreen.
The Andy Griffith Show hit its stride during its third season (1962-63), admirably restored in this five-disc, 32-episode boxed set. Andy Griffith perfects his levelheaded Sheriff Andy Taylor; Don Knotts is unsurpassed as the comically neurotic Barney Fife; and Ron Howard continues his legendary run as earnest Opie. The season opens with the endearing episode "Mr. McBeevee," Opie's friend in the trees who Andy believes to be a figment of his son's imagination. From there, every disc contains renowned classics, such as "Floyd, the Gay Deceiver" starring the dashing Howard McNear; "Andy and Opie, Bachelors" offering some of the season's greatest quips; and "The Darlings Are Coming," that crazy clan of mountain musicians including the overtly flirtatious Charlene. The season is acclaimed for introducing several new, recurring characters into the cast including Gomer Pyle (Jim Nabors), "Miss Peggy" (Joanna Moore), and Helen Crump (Aneta Corsaut). Except for two episodes missing closing epilogue scenes (which Paramount discloses), the set contains 13 hours of full-length, uncut, black-and-white magic. Also included is the originally aired "Fishin' Hole" theme music throughout the collection, as well as more than two dozen "Sponsor Spots," vintage commercial advertisements featuring the show's cast. Don't miss the season highlight, "Man In A Hurry," a touching story where Malcolm Tucker delivers the now-famous summation of Mayberry, "Outrageous a whole town is standing still because two old women's feet fall asleep," precisely the reason why this beloved sitcom remains a timeless treasure. (All ages) --Lynn Gibson
I like to have this playing while I slowly wake up in the morning. Keeps me laughing slightly until the thought of waking up doesn't seem as bad as it originally did.Published 15 hours ago by Ryan J. Buell
Very enjoyable, despite how old they are. Good, clean TV with a message in each episode.Published 6 days ago by G. J. Stanger
So many contemporary TV shows are not wholesome entertainment, so we don't subscribe to television, thus we are pleased to be able to choose shows like "Andy Griffth" for... Read morePublished 9 days ago by Raymond S.