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    1. disposable photography 22 months ago | reply

      oh my... another entertainment icon.. Godspeed Andy

    2. Zuiko_Addict 22 months ago | reply

      Bob: Me either. I was hooked on Thelma Lou.

    3. robert schneider (rolopix) 22 months ago | reply

      Did you ever see "Hearts of the West," with Andy Griffith and Jeff Bridges? A lot of fun. RIP Andy G.

    4. Jorn Ake 22 months ago | reply

      Best episode ever was when Opie found a baby. Trivia question from that episode: Who played the baby's father?

    5. Jorn Ake 22 months ago | reply

      Ding ding ding!

    6. Msana Zuhumbha 22 months ago | reply

      Den habe ich früher auch immer gerne geschaut...

    7. mando.alvarez 22 months ago | reply

      Yep, many good memories. I have to admit though, that I was always a bigger fan of Don Knotts.

    8. Jack_B_ 22 months ago | reply

      I loved "No Time for Sergeants" and "A Face in the Crowd". He was really good.

    9. cherilynhannen 22 months ago | reply

      yea Andy thanks for the memories...who liked Matlock???...I did....I thought he was Perry Mason with a Southern accent and an appetite for hot dogs lol!!!!!!!!...Don Knotts was funny nip it Andy nip it in the bud and Andy you're as funny as a rubber crutch!!!..lol...that episode where Opie found a baby I think that was the one where a young Jack Nicholson guested.....Andy was handsome and sexy wasn't he????...still can't believe he died I was trying to get over my dad's death now he died (Andy)...like losing an uncle .....rip Andy I love you....email me y'all
      Cherilyn
      cherilynhannen@yahoo.com

    10. somnium! 22 months ago | reply

      Will miss him as an entertainer and musician ;-)

    11. somnium! 22 months ago | reply

      Andy and "Barn" are up on a HEAVENLY front porch . .

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