The Andy Griffith Show (1960 - 1968)


The Andy Griffith Show

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Gentle humor and genuinely likable characters made Mayberry a beloved fixture on the TV landscape. A Top 10 hit throughout its eight-year run (it went out at No. 1), this low-key, down-home sitcom harkened back to a simpler time and place. Mayberry may be a state of mind, but the sunny optimism and simple virtues it represents have actually been set in stone--in a Raleigh, N.C., statue depicting Sheriff Andy Taylor and his son, Opie. `[The show's] central theme was love,' Griffith said.

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1967, CBS, 32 episodes

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1966, CBS, 30 episodes

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1965, CBS, 30 episodes

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1964, CBS, 32 episodes

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1963, CBS, 32 episodes

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1962, CBS, 32 episodes

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1961, CBS, 31 episodes

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1960, CBS, 32 episodes

Cast

Andy Griffith
as Andy Taylor
Don Knotts
as Barney Fife
Ron Howard
as Opie
Frances Bavier
as Aunt Bee
Hope Summers
as Clara Edwards
Elinor Donahue
as Ellie Walker
Jim Nabors
as Gomer Pyle
Aneta Corsaut
as Helen Crump
George Lindsey
as Goober Pyle
Howard McNear
as Floyd Lawson
Hal Smith
as Otis Campbell
Jack Dodson
as Howard Sprague
Paul Hartman
as Emmett Clark
Betty Lynn
as Thelma Lou
Jack Burns
as Warren Ferguson
Buddy Foster
as Mike Jones
Parley Baer
as Mayor Stone
Arlene Golonka
as Millie Hutchins
Burt Mustin
as Judd Crowley
Ken Berry
as Sam Jones
Richard Keith
as Johnny Paul Jason
Allan Melvin
as Det. Bardolli
Dick Elliott
as Mayor Pike
Denver Pyle
as Briscoe Darling
Howard Morris
as Ernest T. Bass
Dennis Rush
as Howie Pruitt
The Dillards
as The Darling Family
Roy Engel
as Jess Morgan
Jack Prince
as Ben Sewell
Cheerio Meredith
as Emma Brand
Olan Soule
as John Masters
Margaret Ann Peterson
as Charlene Darling
Warren Parker
as Harlan Fergus
George Cisar
as Sheriff Mitchell
Joanna Cook Moore
as Peggy McMillian
Janet Stewart
as Lorraine Beasley
Frank Ferguson
as Sam Lindsey
Alberta Nelson
as Flora Malherbe
James Seay
as Sergeant
Ken Lynch
as Capt. Barker
Maudie Prickett
as Aunt Nora
Sheldon Collins
as Arnold Bailey
Mabel Albertson
as Mrs. Sprague
Sam Edwards
as Lester Scobey
Jason Johnson
as Councilman
Ruth Thom
as Maggie Peters
Sheldon Golomb
as Arnold Bailey
Dub Taylor
as Talbot
Bernard Fox
as Malcolm Merriweather
Will Wright
as Ben Weaver
Joy Ellison
as Mary Scobey
Orville Sherman
as Billy Gordon
Ronnie Dapo
as Arnold Winkler
Jim Begg
as George
Fred E. Sherman
as Fred Goss
Mike Steen
as Sergeant
Jon Lormer
as Fletch Dilbeck
Josie Lloyd
as Juanita Pike
David Bailey
as Tray Bowden
Sara Seegar
as Mrs. Buntley
Ray Lanier
as Charlie Beasley
Dorothy Neumann
as Rita Campbell
Reta Shaw
as Big Maude Tyler
William Lanteau
as Ed Sawyer
Mary Treen
as Clara Lindsey
Richard Chambers
as Henry Parker
Gavin MacLeod
as Gilbert Jamel
Thom Carney
as Rube Sloan
Ruta Lee
as Jean Boswell
Tol Avery
as Ben Weaver
Robert Emhardt
as Malcolm Tucker
Joseph Hamilton
as Councilman
Owen Bush
as Mr. Jason
Jonathan Hole
as Orville Monroe
Molly Dodd
as Mrs. Bracey
Jack Nicholson
as Mr. Garland
Carol Veazie
as Elvira/Mrs. Wicks
Jay Novello
as Sheldon Davis
Peggy McCay
as Sharon DeSpain
Frank Sutton
as Sgt. Vince Carter
Arthur Batanides
as Ralph Neal
Delos Jewkes
as Choir Member
Tod Andrews
as Ralph Case
Don Keefer
as Grover
Harlan Warde
as Mr. Winkler
James Best
as Jim Lindsey
Robert Brubaker
as Roger Milton
William Erwin
as George Sepley
Pat Colby
as Bill Matthews
Doodles Weaver
as George Bricker
Hoke Howell
as Dudley A. Wash
Richard X. Slattery
as Captain Dewhurst
Lurene Tuttle
as Anabelle Silby
Dave Ketchum
as Harry Walker
Ruth McDevitt
as Ethel Pendleton
Larry Hovis
as Gilly Walker
Harry Antrim
as Fred Walker
Richard Bull
as Bill Lindsay
Virginia Sale
as Mrs. Beggs
Ronnie Schell
as Jim Martin
Paul L. Smith
as Harry Bektoris
George Petrie
as Joe Layton
Mary Jackson
as Mrs. Rigsby
Peter Hobbs
as Mr. Tracy
Margaret Kerry
as Helen Scobey
Woodrow Chambliss
as Orville Hendricks
Claudia Bryar
as Jennie Boone
Isabel Randolph
as Harriet Bixby
Herb Vigran
as Bill Medwin
Maxine Semon
as Tillie Kincaid
William Christopher
as Mr. Heathcote
Norman Alden
as Tom Strongbow
Norm Alden
as Tom Strongbow
Scott McCarter
as Steve Quincy
Frank Albertson
as Col. Blake Watson
James Millhollin
as Arnold Finch
Virginia Eiler
as Ramona Wiley Bektoris
Betty Kean
as Ma Parker
Stanley Adams
as Ralph Campbell
Julie Adams
as Mary Simpson
Edgar Buchanan
as Henry Wheeler
Maggie Peterson
as Charlene Darling
Sally Mansfield
as Miss Fenwick
Noreen Gammill
as Committee Woman
Edgar Hess
as Stage Manager
James McCallion
as Dr. Lou Bailey
Ross Elliott
as Tom Wilson
Tom Palmer
as Harold Mosby
Ottola Nesmith
as Woman with Jewels
Luana Anders
as Miss Clark
Jewel Rose
as Committee Woman
Monty Margetts
as Mrs. Crane
Dan Frazer
as Mr. Harmon
Stuart Erwin
as Tom Silby
Buddy Ebsen
as David Browne
John Dehner
as Col. Harvey
Doris Dowling
as Madeline Grayson
Karl Swenson
as Mr. McBeevee
Susan Oliver
as Prisoner
J. Pat O'Malley
as Oscar Fields
Charlie Ruggles
as John Canfield
Nina Shipman
as Irene Fairchild
Elizabeth MacRae
as Betty Parker
Gladys Hurlbut
as Clarabelle Morrison
Everett Sloane
as Jubal Foster
Barbara Eden
as Ellen Brown
Eddie Ryder
as Practical Joker
Yuki Shimoda
as Mr. Izamoto
Kelly Thordsen
as Harold Grigsby
Charles Aidman
as Frank Smith
Hayden Rorke
as A.J. Considine
Noam Pitlik
as Roy Swanson
Shelton Collins
as Arnold Bailey
Brad Trumbull
as Trooper No. 2
Yoki Shimoda
as Mr. Izamoto
Nancy Malone
as Dr. Edith Gibson
Robert Simon
as Mr. Crawford
Arte Johnson
as Hotel Desk Clerk
Sue Ane Langdon
as Mary Simpson
Kim Tyler
as Billy Gray
Kay Stewart
as Martha Hollister
Wallace Ford
as Roger Hanover
Vicki Raaf
as Sue Grigsby
Milton Frome
as Ralph Kingsley
Margaret Teele
as Agnes Jean Parker
A. Ben Astar
as Mr. Vasilievich
Joyce Van Patten
as Laura Hollander
Jesse White
as Fred Boone
Emory Parnell
as Uncle Albert
Edris March
as Frankie Flint
Henry Slate
as Bobby Fleet
Bill Bixby
as Ron Bailey
George N. Neise
as Roger Courtney
Jack Shea
as Jed Hansen
Karl Lukas
as Sergeant
Vici Raaf
as Sue Grigsby
Richard Jury
as Clarence Earp Dempsey
Joanna McNeil
as Alice Harper
Diahn Williams
as Teena Andrews
Sam Reese
as Photographer
Leon Ames
as Principal Hampton
Whitney Blake
as Lee Drake
Jack Good
as Car Salesman
Hugh Marlowe
as Mr. Maxwell
Max Showalter
as Ralph Mason
Jack Finch
as Wilbur Finch
Jean Hagen
as Elizabeth Crowley
Beverly Tyler
as Melissa Stevens
Gail Davis
as Karen Moore
Ellen Corby
as Myrt Lesch
Jane Dulo
as Sally
Jerry Van Dyke
as Jerry Miller
Howard Morris
as Leonard Blush
Sid Melton
as Pat Michaels
Norris Goff
as Mr. Doakes
George Selk
as Dr. Bennett
David Ketchum
as Fred Michaels
Dan Tobin
as Caldwell
Mark Miller
as Bob Rogers
Roy Barcroft
as Clint Biggers
Earl Holmes
as Dr. Goodwin
Ralph Bell
as William Upchurch
Bing Russell
as Mr. Burton
Bob Denver
as Dudley Wash
Doris Packer
as Mrs. Wiley
Colin Male
as Agent Peterson
Gene Rutherford
as Leroy Parker
Scott Edmund Lane
as Tommy Parker
Hamilton Camp
as Jeff Nelson
Sandy Kenyon
as George Hollander
Jack Bannon
as Announcer
Pat Losby
as Tommy
George Nader
as Dr. Robert Benson
Roy Roberts
as J. Howard Jackson
Alan Hale Jr.
as Jeff Pruitt
John Qualen
as Henry Bennett
Don Haggerty
as Ralph Hanes
Charles Lane
as Mr. Frisby
Enid Markey
as Mrs. Mendlebright
June Vincent
as Actress
Keye Luke
as Charlie Lee
Sammy Reese
as Photographer
Tom Tully
as Walt Simpson
Gabriele Tinti
as Mario Vincente
Bill Mullikin
as Franklin Pomeroy
Marlene Willis
as Lucy Matthews
Sara Seeger
as Mrs. Farmer
Larry Thor
as Bronson
Jan Shutan
as Cousin Gloria
Don Rickles
as Newton Monroe
George Ives
as Allen Harvey
Letícia Román
as Sophia Vincente
Jim Kidwell
as Clifford
Jerome Guardino
as Myles Bentley
Barney Phillips
as Eddie Brooke
Lillian Culver
as Mrs. Fife
Johnny Silver
as Prothro Hanson
Jackie Joseph
as Ramona Ankrum
David Lewis
as Dr. Harrison Everett Breen
Wally Englehardt
as Sheriff Jackson
Ian Wolfe
as Rev. Leighton
Edward Andrews
as Professor Hubert St. John
Claude Johnson
as Wakefield
Bill Mulliken
as Franklin Pomeroy
Les Tremayne
as C.J. Hassler
Ralph Dumke
as Mayor Purdy
Leo Gordon
as Luke Comstock
Nestor Paiva
as Big Jack Anderson
Maggie Magennis
as Violet Rose Schumacher
Chet Stratton
as Harold Carson
Diane Quinn
as Heather Campbell
Teri Garr
as Customer
Enrico Ricardi
as Choir Member
Jackie Coogan
as George Stevens
Helen Kleeb
as Mrs. Morgan
Ruth Packard
as Committee Woman
Frank Behrens
as Nate Bracey
Mary Grace Canfield
as Mary Grace Gossage
Douglas Fowley
as Wary Willy
Jesse Pearson
as Keevy Hazelton
Vito Scotti
as Murrillos
Pat Hingle
as Fred Gibson
Roger Perry
as George Jones
Don Wyndham
as Billy Hollander
Suzanne Cupito
as Mary Alice Carter
Jack Mann
as Tracy Crawford
Richard Vath
as Jackson's Attorney
Harry Swoger
as Customer
Hallene Hill
as Rose Temple
Robert Ball
as Oldfield
Dick Ryan
as Mr. Wilson
Brad Olson
as George Bronson
William Eben
as Phil Sunkel
Tom Myers
as Recruit
Bobby Diamond
as Evan Hendricks
Young Buck
as Deputy Joe Watson
Vaughan Taylor
as Frank Chase
Sari Price
as Nurse Oakley
Cynthia Hull
as Estelle
Roy Jenson
as Leroy Miller
John McLiam
as Mr. MacDonald
Kellie Flanagan
as Claudia Campbell
Ward Ramsey
as Mr. Glendon
Edmon Ryan
as Fred Jenkins
Kathryn Hart
as Committee Woman
Sylvia Lewis
as Flossie the Dancer
John Bangert
as Billy Crenshaw
Harry Holcombe
as Warden Hix
Elaine Joyce
as Mavis Neff
Steve Pendleton
as Mr. Hutchins
Lillian Bronson
as Erma Bishop
Pearl Cooper
as Council member
John Graham
as Arthur Harrington
Ray Kellogg
as Edgar J. Masters
Charles Myers
as Corporal
Charles A. Myers
as Carter's Corporal
Marc London
as Marc Saunders
Harry Holcomb
as Warden Hix
Janie Kelly
as Mrs. Garland
Rhys Williams
as Judge Cranston
Troy Melton
as State Trooper
Iggie Wolfington
as George Watkins
Gail Lucas
as Barbara Sue Lindsey
Hal Torey
as Out of Town Motorist
Paul Bryar
as Osgood
Lyle Latell
as Farley Thurston
Robert Nichols
as Bus Driver
J. Edward McKinley
as Gov. George C. Handley
Edna Holland
as Woman #2
Sam Green
as Prospective Buyer
Gabrielle Tinti
as Mario Vincente
Ivan Bonar
as Mr. Breckenridge
Connie Van
as Waitress
Peter Leeds
as Sgt. Nelson
Byron Morrow
as Commissioner
Barry O'Hara
as Choir Member
Bill Hickman
as Pierce County Policeman
Rachel Ames
as Rosemary
Alvy Moore
as Salesman
Ted White
as Avery Noonan
Ted Jordan
as Gerald Whitfield
Keith Andes
as Roger Bryant
Alan Oppenheimer
as Mr. Ruskin
Bob Becker
as George
Joe Leitch
as Wilson
Robert Easton
as Pete Johnson
Spec O'Donnell
as Council member
Hal Landon Jr.
as Ticket Recipient
Clinton Sundberg
as Farley Upchurch
James O'Rear
as Mr. Coefield
Henry Beckman
as Mr. Gilbert
Jack Albertson
as Bradford J. Taylor
Tom Monroe
as Customer
Tom Allen
as Minister
William Newell
as Fred Sterling
Andrew Duncan
as Truck Driver
Dick Haynes
as Colonel Tim
Dal McKennon
as Brian Jackson
Connie Sawyer
as Miss Blanchard
Herb Ellis
as Bobby Fleet
Sally Mills
as Newlywed
Sherman Sanders
as Square Dance Caller
Phil Arnold
as Peddler
Jerry Brutsche
as Ticket Recipient
Vernon Rich
as Mr. Johnston
Paul Fix
as Mr. McCabe
Ida Mae McKenzie
as Aunt Hannah
Kevin Tate
as Fred Simpson
Yvonne Adrian
as Darlene Swanson
William Challee
as Checker Player
Sir Lancelot
as Realtor
Irene Tedrow
as Mrs. Foster
Tom D'Andrea
as Bill Stone
Ollie O'Toole
as Man on Train
Dick Curtis
as Bill Hollenbeck
Jesslyn Fax
as Mrs. LeGrande
Tom Peters
as Choir Member
Johnny Coons
as Man No. 2
Bert Remsen
as Jim Slater
Laurie Main
as Robling Flask
Mark Brown
as Sebastian
Letitia Roman
as Sophia Vincente
Tom Jacobs
as Man No. 3
Yvonne Lime
as Stewardess
Eva Kryger
as Makeup Artist
Elvia Allman
as Henrietta Swanson
Thomas Browne Henry
as Repossession Agent
William Parsons
as Choir Member
Bruno Della Santina
as Papa Vincente
Thomas Myers
as Assistant
Marjorie MacKay
as Choir Member
Dick Johnstone
as Mr. Calvin
Joseph Crehan
as Councilman
Roger Til
as Waiter
Alex Barringer
as Young Boy No. 1
Pam Ferdin
as Corlis
Kathrine Victor
as Miss Fain
Almira Sessions
as Mrs. Fletcher
Edna M. Holland
as Woman No. 2
Ken Mayer
as Sheriff Wilson
Manuel Martin
as Violinist
Ceil Cabot
as Alpha Porter
Eddie Carroll
as Airport Clerk
Jack Teagarden
as Council Member
Jeanne Determann
as Choir Member
Tom Steele
as Man No. 1
Steve Dunne
as Announcer
Beatrice Fisch
as Choir Member
Natividad Vacio
as Hotel Clerk
Bill Catching
as Man No. 2
Renee Aubry
as Choir Member
Arthur Hansen
as Mr. Smith
Barry O'Mars
as Choir Member
Arthur Hanson
as Mr. Smith
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Series Details

TV Network: CBS
Premiere Date: Oct 3, 1960
Genre: Comedy
Executive Producers: Danny Thomas, Sheldon Leonard
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