Last night I mentioned that maybe Mr. Schwamp’s identity is buried deep in the CBS archives. Well, I did a little bit of snooping and discovered that, in 2011 and 2012, Production Supervisor Ronald Jacobs donated all of his “papers” from his televis
Not sure if this has already been discussed, but I thought it would be fun to see how or if TAGS pops up in other tv shows, movies, etc. This can include references to characters (such as Barney Fife), places (Floyd's Barbershop), or even Mayberry it
Such a hilarious scene in the epilogue of the first episode of 'Mayberry RFD' titled, 'The Wedding.' Tight shot of Andy serenading Helen on their honeymoon when the camera slowly pulls back revealing Barney! I think Helen has her back up.
I wouldn't be surprised if this ad that appeared in comic books in the 50s, was the inspiration for the Miracle Salve episode. Notice the live pony premium. Cloverine Salve had over 300,000 children peddling their product door-to-door at one time.
I asked this some time ago and it was never answered so thought I'd throw it out there again. Who can identify the episode where a brief scene takes place inside Clara Edward's house yet Clara does not appear in the episode?
On Monday 11-23-20 Kitty and I were traveling listening to Sirius Radio "60s on 6". The morning DJ played a Hoyt Axton song. After the song he mentioned what a fan of TAGS he was and that the evening before he had watched the episode where Hoyt Axt
This is a great episode, it's the one with three female convicts. But but but I'm still wondering about when Charles O'Malley (William Bouchey) returns on the bus from "DE-troit." Andy offers him a ride back to his place, and he accepts. If it weren
Paul Hartman, Mayberry's fix it man, Emmet Clark, starred for one season in a totally forgotten family sitcom from 1953 called, 'Pride Of the Family'. It also featured Fay Wray from 'King Kong' fame as his wife, and future star, Natalie Wood as his d
I always assumed that the "pulling out the hat size" bit was originally written for TAGS but I came across it recently in a book of humorous stories compiled by Bennett ('What's My Line?') Cerf published in 1955. It was told about a Broadway stage ac
Check out this site...THEN reply to add any UNSEEN characters you come across that might have been missed. LOoking for folks mentioned, but not seen on the show. Let's make an extensive list. Look and read here first: http://www.mayberry.info/history