Mrs. Mendlebright
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Mayberrians in Other Roles

Started this discussion. Last reply by George's TV Repair Sep 12. 143 Replies

( I know we already had a thread like this, but I can't find it.)I just saw Col. Harvey in "Timbuktu" with Victor Mature! He was just the same.  It was supposed to be a serious role but we laughed at…Continue

When TAGs Characters Were Young

Started this discussion. Last reply by Thelscuz Apr 12. 1 Reply

I just posted an image of young Aunt Bee in her thread, which made me want to…Continue

New Year's Resolutions in Mayberry

Started this discussion. Last reply by Susan Plesha Jan 4. 13 Replies

What do you suppose  some of them might have been thinking of on January 1st?I think Mrs. Mendlebright might have resolved to get after some of the clutter in her house.  I'm not saying she was a…Continue

Christmas Movies

Started this discussion. Last reply by ColHarV Dec 18, 2013. 17 Replies

I know it's early days yet, but they've started to show them on TV, so they're on my mind.What's your favorite?What do you think of the plan to remake "It's a Wonderful Life?"Continue

 

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Mrs. Mendlebright replied to ColHarV's discussion Whose going to Mayberry Days
"Seventy pounds!  Good work, Joe! I would love to go but can't so I'll be looking forward to reports and pictures, maybe a real scoop!"
Tuesday
George's TV Repair replied to Mrs. Mendlebright's discussion Mayberrians in Other Roles
"I am watching Keevy Hazelton on The Beverly Hillbillies.  His mother is "Hubcaps" Lesch.  I forget how funny TBH's were."
Sep 12
Brian McGowan replied to Mrs. Mendlebright's discussion Mayberrians in Other Roles
"She also was on an episode of the Lone Ranger where she played an Aunt Bee type character!"
Sep 12
Dr. Pendyke replied to Mrs. Mendlebright's discussion Mayberrians in Other Roles
"Yes, I think that's a sentiment that is likely shared by just about every woman, whatever her marital status. The actor who played her husband, Rhys Williams, was a character actor, most famous in movies in the 1940s, but he also did a lot of…"
Sep 11
Susan Plesha replied to Mrs. Mendlebright's discussion Mayberrians in Other Roles
"As a single girl, I'd have to pass on anyone with any likeness to Uncle Ollie!"
Sep 11
Dr. Pendyke replied to Mrs. Mendlebright's discussion Mayberrians in Other Roles
"I was channel surfing today and spotted Frances Bavier in the movie Man in the Attic, a fictionalized version of Jack the Ripper. The good news was that she finally snagged a husband, the bad news was he looked like a shorter, slimmed down version…"
Sep 10
Thelscuz replied to Mrs. Mendlebright's discussion Mayberrians in Other Roles
"More gems from the Perry Mason marathon:  Saw Alan Hale, Jr. as a sleazy private eye who committed a murder while he was stealing oil leases from a safe.  Hard to see Thelma Lou's once-intended in such a negative role.  And he…"
Sep 8
Thelscuz replied to Mrs. Mendlebright's discussion Mayberrians in Other Roles
"Don't know whether this one has been mentioned--today on the Perry Mason marathon I saw "Ben Weaver, the meanest man in Mayberry" playing the part of a crotchety philanthropist.  He was scheduled to give a massive donation…"
Sep 7
Mason Syran replied to Mrs. Mendlebright's discussion Mayberrians in Other Roles
"Andy Griffith guest starred in an early episode of "The Bionic Woman" in 1976.  He played a helicopter pilot who took Jaime on a mission. "
Sep 6
Mrs. Mendlebright replied to Thelscuz's discussion Kinfolks in Mayberry
"Yes, and Ramona's family on her father's side were the highly respected Ancrums who owned the  charcoal company. There was that one wild Ancrum from way back who burned down the town.…"
Sep 1
Mrs. Mendlebright replied to Thelscuz's discussion Kinfolks in Mayberry
"Mrs. Sprague is Howard's mother. "
Aug 29
Mrs. Mendlebright replied to Thelscuz's discussion Betty Lynn aka Thelma Lou's Birthday
"Happy birthday, Thelma Lou!  You're my favorite TAGs character forever."
Aug 27
Thelscuz replied to Mrs. Mendlebright's discussion Mayberrians in Other Roles
"Well, my first viewing of the Matlock episodes continues, as does my sighting of various former residents of TAGS.  Today I saw the farmer Barney suspected of growing marijuana (Andy later had to do midwife duties for his wife).  He was…"
Aug 19
Thelscuz replied to Mrs. Mendlebright's discussion Mayberrians in Other Roles
"HA!  Jack Nicholson did his work well:) "
Aug 18
Keevy Hazelton replied to Mrs. Mendlebright's discussion Mayberrians in Other Roles
"Great movie. John Wayne and Jimmy Stewart together; doesn't get much better."
Aug 18
Keevy Hazelton replied to Mrs. Mendlebright's discussion Mayberrians in Other Roles
"'The Shining,' still holds up well, imo. I had a poster of Jack Nicholson from the scene at the end, showing him frozen stiff, on the wall of my garage, but it scared my granddaughter so I had to take it down."
Aug 18

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Who is your favorite Mayberry character?
Thelma Lou
What is your favorite episode of The Andy Griffith Show?
My Fair Ernest T
Can you share a short bio with us so that we can get to know you better?
TAGS fan since 1960. Military wife, lived in WV, VA, DC, England ( I looked for Malcolm but didn't run into him) and GA before settling in Ohio.
What sort of hobbies or interests do you have?
Reading, puzzles, church activities, cooking, keeping those wash basins tidy.

"My mother's dresser! This dresser came by bus all the way from Fort Lauderdale!"

"Barney, you're a tidy person, nobody leaves a wash basin the way you do."

"I was surprised at how the interest grew, thirty-six hundred dollars and 43 cents."

"I better go up and get my shatchel,  my skatchel, you know that thing I put my clothes in?  My valoose."

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George's TV Repair replied to ColHarV's discussion Have YOU ever NOTICED?
"Thelscuz said: "Our parents had the weird idea that we should do as were told:)" Yeah I remember when the adults were the "grown-ups".  We have a 3 y/o grand niece, and it amazes me how she rules."
4 hours ago
Rare Nickle replied to Keevy Hazelton's discussion Who Is It?
"Whats Barn doing?"
19 hours ago
Dave Cline replied to ColHarV's discussion WHO said that?
"This sounds like something Briscoe Darling might say, but just taking a guess."
21 hours ago
Dave Cline replied to Keevy Hazelton's discussion Who Is It?
"Close enough Rare Nickle, good eye! Here is the entire picture, he follows Andy into the shot when Andy spots the fight happening with Jerry trying to break it up. Episode: "Banjo-Playing Deputy" The last B&W episode. "
21 hours ago
Rare Nickle replied to Keevy Hazelton's discussion Who Is It?
"He was an on-looker at a fight at the carnival."
22 hours ago
Thelscuz replied to Keevy Hazelton's discussion Who Is It?
"I'd swear I've never seen that man before.  Where on earth did you find him, Dave?  That's a tuff 'un!"
yesterday
Thelscuz replied to ColHarV's discussion Have YOU ever NOTICED?
"I have played "Musical Beds" in my mind many times--trying to figure out how Andy could have avoided sleeping with Ollie if they only had three beds.  Unless one of the men slept on the couch looks like the ironing board is the only…"
yesterday
Thelscuz replied to ColHarV's discussion Whose going to Mayberry Days
"I'll bet he does.  Did you ever see a fat Indian?"
yesterday
Joe Hoover replied to ColHarV's discussion Whose going to Mayberry Days
"thanx Colonel....I'm still workin' on it! Do ya make any kind of Elixer to help lose weight?"
yesterday
Thelscuz replied to ColHarV's discussion WHO said that?
"Was it Emma Brand, who was buying a bottle of peroxide for "medicinal purposes"?  "
Saturday
Jane Hinckley commented on ColHarV's blog post What are "The Good Old Days?"
"I wrote a poem once entitled "Looking For Mayberry." It was about looking for the good old days. Do you know Carly Simon's song "Anticipation" which ends with the line "These are the good old days." In an Andy…"
Saturday
Jane Hinckley replied to ColHarV's discussion WHO said that?
"It comes to mind it was a Senior Citizen lady. Aunt Bee? One of the moonshining sisters? Barney's landlady, Mrs. Mendelbright? "
Saturday

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