Kellie Flanagan

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VIDEO: Opie and Mike

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Opie and Mike
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Length: 25:32
Aired: 3/18/1968

Opie helps Mike learn how to deal with a bully at school. watch

VIDEO: Opie and Mike

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Opie and Mike
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Length: 19:37:36
Aired: 3/18/1968

Sam Jones' son Mike idolizes Opie and doesn't understand why he prefers to spend time with a girl instead of him. watch

VIDEO: Opie And Mike

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Opie And Mike
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Length: 26:00
Aired: 3/18/1968

Sam Jones' son Mike idolizes Opie and doesn't understand why he prefers to spend time with a girl instead of him. watch

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Credits

Year Title Description
1969 The Ghost and Mrs. Muir TV Show Series, Actor - Candice Muir
1968 The Andy Griffith Show: Opie and Mike
Season 8, Episode 28
Episode, Actor - Claudia Campbell
1968 Wild In The Streets Movie, Actor - Young Mary Fergus

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I had a huge crush on Edward ...

Question: I had a huge crush on Edward Mulhare before he was on Knight Rider, going way back to The Ghost & Mrs. Muir. My question is: How did Captain Gregg die in order to become a ghost? Thank you for your help.


Answer: A 19th-century sea captain, Daniel Gregg (the late Mulhare, who did indeed appear on Knight Rider, as F.L.A.G. head Devon Miles) was asphyxiated in his sleep when a gas heater was knocked over. As if that weren't enough to make him a grumpy spirit, his death was reported as a suicide, which set him up to be none too welcoming to his greedy nephew's (Charles Nelson Reilly) prospective tenants in contemporary times. (The series ran for a year on NBC, beginning in September 1968, and was then picked up for another season by ABC.)

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