Discussion in 'Entertainment, Culture, and Sports' started by Cary Grant, Jul 3, 2012.
yeah, as a kid growing up in the south during the early '60s, he and that show were iconic.
i used to watch the andy griffith show and matlock every sunday at noon when i was a kid.
RIP andy, you will be missed. but you will live on in your superb and wholesome legacy you left behind.
Two early Andy Grifftih performances are among my favorites - The naive, Christ-like Will Stockdale in "No Time for Sergeants" and the very mendacious and power-hungry "Lonesome" Rhodes in "A Face in the Crowd".
Loneome Rhodes was a hell of a character.
The early black-and-white opening credits were spoken by an announcer rather than using title cards.
Very sad. I'm 27, but I grew up watching it because I watched Nick at Night religiously.
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