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Third Barber In Mayberry

It was pointed out on another TAGS page I frequent that in, 'The Christmas Story' episode, it's revealed that prior to Floyd Colby and Floyd Lawson, Mayberry had a third barber- Sid Elson. When Ben Weaver walks by the barbershop with the bench, you c

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6 Replies · Reply by Mayor Pike Feb 17, 2021
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Question For Allen

Hey Allen. When I post a picture, I usually put a caption or description underneath it. After the post is published, the text is unformatted and displayed off to the side of the picture. Everything looks fine while composing. See my post in Mayor Pik

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1 Reply · Reply by Allan Newsome Feb 3, 2021
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Peggy

8469668697?profile=RESIZE_584xMy husband and I both think that Andy should have ended up with Peggy. She was so pretty and vibrant, with so much spark and personality. Besides, she could sing and harmonize with Andy, and was a great cook, to boot! She could definitely make more t

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11 Replies · Reply by Shorty Cox Feb 1, 2021
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The color episodes

I've never liked them much.  I bought the DVD box set for the first 5 seasons but wasn't interested in the last 3.

Don Knotts and Jim Nabors was gone, the new characters like Warren, Emmet and Howard just weren't funny to me, poor Floyd had had the st

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14 Replies · Reply by Keevy Hazelton Jan 26, 2021
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Here’s a thought....

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

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7 Replies · Reply by Tammy Sinclair Jan 24, 2021
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Interloper

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.

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1 Reply · Reply by Mayor Pike Jan 17, 2021
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Miracle Salve

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.

 

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5 Replies · Reply by Mayor Pike Jan 16, 2021
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