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VIDEO: The Andy Griffith Show: Season 7: Aunt Bee's Restaurant

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The Andy Griffith Show: Season 7: Aunt Bee's Restaurant
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Length: 25:37
Aired: 2/6/1967

Aunt Bee enters the business world when she becomes part owner of a Chinese restaurant. watch

VIDEO: Aunt Bee's Restaurant

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Aunt Bee's Restaurant
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Length: 21:37:52
Aired: 2/6/1967

Aunt Bee allows her superstitions dictate her decision to be a brief co-owner of a Chinese restaurant. watch

VIDEO: Aunt Bee's Restaurant

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Aunt Bee's Restaurant
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Length: 26:00
Aired: 2/6/1967

Aunt Bee allows her superstitions dictate her decision to be a brief co-owner of a Chinese restaurant. watch

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Year Title Description
1990 Alice Movie, Actor - Dr. Yang
1990 Gremlins 2 Movie, Actor - Mr. Wing
1989 The Mighty Quinn Movie, Actor - Dr. Raj
1988 Dead Heat Movie, Actor - Mr. Thule
1986 A Fine Mess Movie, Actor - Ishimine

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In the mid-1960s, I think, ...

Question: In the mid-1960s, I think, Dennis Weaver starred in a show where he had an adopted Korean son, lived on a ranch and drove a convertible Mustang. What was the name of it? Thanks.


Answer: That would be the short-lived comedy-drama Kentucky Jones, which ran on NBC for a year beginning in September 1964. Weaver, coming off his nine-year stint as Chester Goode on the classic Gunsmoke, starred as veterinarian Kenneth Yarborough "Kentucky" Jones (he signed his name "K.Y."), who lived on a ranch in Southern Cal.

And the 9-year-old boy of whom you speak, Dwight Eisenhower "Ike" Wong (played by Ricky Der — apparently nifty nicknames were plentiful on this show), was Chinese, not Korean. Kentucky's wife had arranged to adopt the lad and then promptly died, leaving the widower vet to raise him alone.

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