Wednesday, July 4, 2012

Andy Griffith and Opie

This is one of TV's largest icons and what you felt after each episode you did not have to think.  The Andy Griffith Show a small town called Mayberry a fictional setting but a reality to what was good and how to achieve it and keep it. Mr. Griffith theme was just that,  forgive someone who would improve and always be a true friend and giving to those in need.

R.I.P. Andy and I think your passing is an interesting timing.  Meaning the planet is up in arms with the Jack Wagon, ways.  I think this show will become more popular than it was in the sixties, think about it, Andy Griffith passing is world news and what are you going to watch?  After just one Show,  you will watch another and look forward to the next.  Mayberry Ethics where Aunt B was your own and the love of a father for a son,  where learning gets done.

R.I.P. Andy Samuel Griffith June 1, 1926 – July 3, 2012



Everybody's favorite, the fearless Barney Fife if there was trouble he would nip it, nip it in the bud.  So sure of himself and well cut for the show. In this scene, Barn is a true drill instructor but something always goes wrong. During this take you can see Andy trying not to laugh, Don Knotts earned 5 Emmy Awards for his role on the show. This man is also missed after passing on February 24th, 2006, R.I.P. Barn.


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