Did you know that Andy Griffith passed away yesterday?
He was best known for playing the part of folksy Mayberry Sheriff Andy Griffin. Him and Don Knots wee two of the best ever. Did you know that not one curse word was ever uttered on the show and its still very popular today.
Andy Griffith, an actor whose folksy Southern manner charmed audiences for more than 50 years on Broadway, in movies, on albums and especially on television — most notably as the small-town sheriff on the long-running situation comedy that bore his name — died on Tuesday at his home on Roanoke Island in North Carolina. He was 86.
No, But now I know. RIP
He would always remain in people's hearts.
by Clayton Hartford5 years ago
Andy Griffith passed away yesterday morning. What are your memories of Andy?Andy Griffith passed away yesterday morning. What are your memories of Andy? Mine was coming home from school and seeing the...
by Kenneth Avery19 months ago
What is your all-time Andy Griffith Show episode? I will start with my all-time favorite:"Man in a Hurry."
by brittvan225 years ago
What were you favorite Andy Griffith moments?I think we will never get that whistling tune out of our heads. It is burned in our brains, what were some of your memorable moments?
by Leaderofmany5 years ago
How do remember someone that you cherished that has passed?It's been 4 years since the death of my Grandmother, I was her caretaker. It still feels like yesterday.
by Ama Ado5 years ago
Do you wish that the Christmas that just passed should come back?Your Christmas may be happy or sad one.
by Jacob J Morris3 years ago
I know it was a holiday, but pretty significant drop. Maybe that's normal for holidays...
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