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Aunt Bee serves on a jury and is the only juror convinced that an accused burglar (Jack Nicholson) is innocent. This episode marked Nicholson's second guest appearance on the show that year. Two years later, the future Oscar winner starred in “Easy Rider (more…)
Opie and Arnold hide a tape recorder in one of the cells and tape a bank robber confiding in his lawyer about where he hid the money. But when the boys tell Andy, he refuses to listen because it's against the law. Eddie: Herbie Faye. Myles: Jerome Guardino (more…)
Opie joins a local rock band as a guitarist, but before long his grades are suffering. Clara: Hope Summers. Clifford: Jim Kidwell. Arnold: Sheldon Collins. Wilson: Joe Leitch. Jesse: Gary Chase. Phoebe: Kay Ann Kemper. Opie: Ronny Howard.
It's wash 'n' dry vs. law 'n' order when Andy opens a laundromat to earn extra money for Opie's college eduation, but finds the business monopolizing his time. Rogers: Ken Lynch. Miller: Roy Jenson. Mrs. Larch: Maudie Prickett. Mrs. LeGrande: Jesslyn Fax (more…)
Andy gives a speeding ticket to an attractive woman (Jean Hagen) who pleads “not guilty” and then beguiles the witnesses against her. Among them: Floyd, Barney and Opie. Barney: Don Knotts. Mayor: Dick Elliott. Floyd: Howard McNear. Opie: Ronny Howard (more…)
Andy tries to evict an old man (Andy Clyde) from a rundown house, but learns that the man owns a century-old savings bond worth thousands---and the bearer expects the town to pay up. Fergus: Warren Parker. Barney: Don Knotts. Mayor: Dick Elliott. Aunt Bee: (more…)
Howard and Millie (Arlene Golonka) get engaged and travel to her West Virginia home town for the wedding, but they argue most of the way and have second thoughts about getting married. Mrs. Hutchins: Elizabeth Harrower. Mr. Hutchins: Steve Pendleton. Uncle (more…)
Goober is made a deputy when Andy comes down with the flu and is bedridden for several days. But it's Mayberry that really suffers, because of Goober's ticket-happy ways. Elmo: Vince Barnett. Doc Roberts: Charles Thompson. Harvey: Anthony Jochim. Alvin: Ho (more…)
After Opie is named his club's “Keeper of the Flame,” he winds up accused of burning down the barn where the secret society meets. Foster: Everett Sloane. Tom: Flip Mark. Ralph: Mark Rodney. Opie: Ronny Cox. Aunt Bee: Frances Bavier.
Andy tries to convince the townsfolk that Henry Bennett (John Qualen) isn't a jinx, even though the hapless man's mere presence always coincides with disaster. Sam: Sherwood Keith. Art: Frank Warren. Leon: Clint Howard. Barney: Don Knotts. Aunt Bee: France (more…)
Barney becomes Opie's track coach, after Opie sets his sights on winning a medal in a 50-yard-dash competition at the Sheriff's Boys' Day race. Joe: Bob McQuain. Fred: Pat Coghlan. Barney: Don Knotts. Opie: Ronny Howard. Aunt Bee: Frances Bavier.
In an episode considered by many to be the series' best, Barney thinks he's summoned the spirit of a 200-year-old count after he buys some fortunetelling cards and a magic lamp at an auction. Opie: Ronny Howard. Helen: Aneta Corsaut. Goober: George Lindsey (more…)
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- Premise: Gentle humor and genuinely likable characters made Mayberry a beloved fixture on the TV landscape. A Top 10 hit throughout its eight-year run (it went out at No. 1), this low-key, down-home sitcom harkened back to a simpler time and place. Mayberry may be… (more)
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