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    Re: Andy Griffith 1926 - 2012

    Andy Griffith was truly one of a kind... He wasn't just a good actor/entertainer, he was a good man first and foremost, who didn't sell his soul for Hollywood fame and fortune. In all the years performing on Broadway, Television, in the movies and even a successful music career, Griffith never abandoned his religious convictions, or his moral values, and he never lost sight of who he was and where he came from. It is for those reasons that the Andy Griffith Show isn't just one of the best American sitcoms ever, it's also one of the best TV shows ever to air, period.

    Thank you Andy.

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    Re: Andy Griffith 1926 - 2012

    Quote Originally Posted by Grim17 View Post
    Andy Griffith was truly one of a kind... He wasn't just a good actor/entertainer, he was a good man first and foremost, who didn't sell his soul for Hollywood fame and fortune. In all the years performing on Broadway, Television, in the movies and even a successful music career, Griffith never abandoned his religious convictions, or his moral values, and he never lost sight of who he was and where he came from. It is for those reasons that the Andy Griffith Show isn't just one of the best American sitcoms ever, it's also one of the best TV shows ever to air, period.

    Thank you Andy.
    What a nice tribute to Andy.. He was a wholesome and adorable man.

    Griffith began his entertainment career with comic monologues and moved into movies, debuting in 1957’s “A Face in the Crowd” with Patricia Neal.

    But it was as the widower sheriff Andy Taylor on “The Andy Griffith Show” that he really made his mark.

    The show, which also starred a young Ron Howard as Griffith’s son Opie, and comedian Don Knotts as bumbling Deputy Barney Fife, ran from 1960-1968.

    Its setting, in the fictional small-town of Mayberry, became almost as famous as any one episode.

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