The information below is the backstory that Norm Schultz (seen as "Floyd #1 in the photo) and I (seen as Floyd #2 in photo) deleloped to retcon what we saw on episodes of The Andy Griffith Show to make it fit into continuity of Mayberry.
We did. I was greatly impressed with our own Allan Newsome's part - top quality acting! For sure it was a bit of a quirky movie, but it was a must-see for Griffith fans. The impersonations of Floyd and Barney were brilliant and I loved the Goober and
Stop me if this has come up before, but I’m wondering if anyone can recall seeing this woman in other episodes. In the first picture, she takes a prominent spot in “Barney’s Replacement”. I’m not positive if that’s her in the second picture, walkin
We watched Mayberry Man a while back. It was a great movie... reminded me of the Danny Thomas Show that Andy Griffith first appeared on. I remember watching this show as a young girl. I even ordered the DVD so my son could watch it. We have all 8 sea
Show some of the best and most memorable photos you've taken or that have been shared with you from any of the Mayberry Days, Mayberry in the Midwest, Mayberry Night in Troy, or any other Mayberry events, etc.
Supposedly Hope Summers is buried in Walla Walla, Washington, but the Findagrave page lists this as being disputed. Also the dates on the stone do not match her Internet Movie Database dates. Can someone either correct the IMdB entry or confirm whe
Every Father's Day, my kids, their spouses, and my wife play "The Andy Griffith Trivia Game". So I have been watching episodes that I have otherwise avoided. I am champ for two years now. My son-in-law actually started watching just to be in contenti
Very rare clip of 'The Jim Nabors Hour'. This is from the first show of the series which debuted in September,1969 and ran for two seasons on CBS. With special guest, Andy Griffith and featuring Frank Sutton and Ronnie Schell. This is only the second