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The Andy Griffith Show

The lives of Sheriff Andy Taylor, his Aunt Bee, son Opie and deputy Barney Fife unfolded slowly in a series of charming, laugh-out-loud stories that were almost entirely character driven.

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Last Episode

08x30 Mayberry R.F.D. Aired: Apr. 01, 1968

Sam Jones invites an old friend from Italy to work on the farm.

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The Andy Griffith Show is Canceled/Ended
The show had 8 seasons and 249 episodes air between 1960 and 1968.

Series Info

Type:
Scripted
Premiered:
Oct. 03, 1960
Status:
Canceled/Ended
Runtime:
30 min.
Aired:
1960 - 1968
To-Date:
8 Seasons
249 Episodes
Network
CBS TV Network
AKA:
Andy of Mayberry (Syndicated Title)
Genre

Series Fun Facts

More Trivia
  • When Don Knotts left the show, Jerry Van Dyke was considered for the part of a deputy who would have replaced Barney Fife, and even appears in a deputy's uniform in a fifth-season episode.…
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    When Don Knotts left the show, Jerry Van Dyke was considered for the part of a deputy who would have replaced Barney Fife, and even appears in a deputy's uniform in a fifth-season episode. However, Van Dyke chose instead to star in NBC's My Mother the Car, and later said if he had to do it over again, he would have taken the deputy part instead.
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  • In two episodes of the second season, Andy Griffith's hand is heavily bandaged. Griffith had broken his hand by punching a wall. On the show, the bandage was explained by Sheriff Taylor…
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    In two episodes of the second season, Andy Griffith's hand is heavily bandaged. Griffith had broken his hand by punching a wall. On the show, the bandage was explained by Sheriff Taylor saying he hurt his hand apprehending some criminals.
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  • The theme song for the series was titled "The Fishing Hole". Lyrics for the song were written by Everett Sloane but the producers decided that whistling the tune set the tone for the show, so…
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    The theme song for the series was titled "The Fishing Hole". Lyrics for the song were written by Everett Sloane but the producers decided that whistling the tune set the tone for the show, so the words were dropped.
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