The Andy Griffith show. Season 5

DVD
Published 2007
Item Details
Summary:

Down-home humor and an endearing cast of characters helped to make The Andy Griffith Show one of the most beloved comediesin the history of television. Introduced as a spinoff from The Danny Thomas Show in 1960, The Andy Griffith Show ran for eight seasons in prime time. Widower Andy Taylor divides his time between raising his young son, Opie, and his job as sheriff (and Justice of the Peace) of the sleepy North Carolina town, Mayberry. Andy and Opie live with Andy's Aunt Bee, who serves as a surrogate mother to both father and son. Andy's nervous cousin, Barney Fife, is his deputy sheriff whose utter incompetence is tolerated because Mayberry is virtually crime-free.

ISBN:
9781415731598
Description:
5 videodiscs : sound, colour ; 4 3/4 inches
polychrome
digital
optical
surround
Dolby Digital
full screen
NTSC
video file
DVD video
region 1
Target Audience Note:
Canadian Home Video Rating: G.
Other Title:
Andy Griffith show. The complete fifth season
Andy Griffith show (Television program) [DVD].
Notes:
Title from container.
Andy Griffith, Ron Howard, Don Knotts, Frances Bavier, Jim Nabors.
Broadcast on television 1960-1968.
DVD ; full screen presentation ; Dolby Digital.
For private home use only.
Audio track in English, captions in English.
Closed-captioned for the hearing impaired.
Contents:
Disc 1. Opie loves Helen
Barney's physical
Family visit
The education of Ernest T. Bass
Aunt Bee's romance
Barney's bloodhound
Man in the middle.
Disc 2. Barney's uniform
Opie's fortune
Goodbye Sheriff Taylor
The pageant
the darling baby
Andy and Helen have their day
Three wishes for Opie.
Disc 3. Otis sues the county
Barney Fife, realtor
Goober takes a car apart
The rehabilitation of Otis
the lucky letter
Goober and the art of love.
Disc 4. Barney runs for sheriff
If I had a 1/4 million
TV or not TV
Guest in the house
The case of the punch in the nose
Opie's newspaper.
Disc 5. Aunt Bee's invisible beau
The arrest of the fun girls
The luck of Newton Monroe
Opie flunks arithmetic
Opie and the carnival
Banjo playing deputy.
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