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RETURN TO MAYBERRY
In 1986 the Andy Griffith gang stared in a 2 hour special
bring back all the gang….Barney, Opie, Goober, Gomer, Howard
and even Ernest. This is truly a rare treat to revisit
Mayberry. Andy has been away for several years, has married
and enjoys his new job. Upon returning to Mayberry he finds
that Barney is running for sheriff of Mayberry and begins to yarn
for his old job.
Meanwhile once all the greetings and chucklings are out of
the way, he's just in time to deliver Opie's child, become involved
in the election of a new sheriff and figure out just what's going
on down at Myer's Lake, where sightings of North
to the Loch Ness monster
have been reported.
Following this nostalgic trip we jump forward to 2003 for
Andy Griffith, Ron Howard, Rodney Dillard, Don Knotts sat in
their court room set where the show was made. They talked about the
show and how the show affected their lives and how others react to
them when they see them now. Archive footage was shown of their
favorite moments and of those who had died that were part of the
show. Ron Howard walked with Andy Griffith on the road that opened
the show. Ron, at age 49 whistled the theme song and threw the rock
just as he did as a little boy, and comparative footage was shown.
After they finished talking they all hugged and told they loved one
another. Andy Griffith turned the lights out and the show ended.
This great look in the past has been preserved exactly as it
was originally broadcast complete with the original network
commercials. (note: the movie RETURN TO MAYBERRY is