Beloved TV star Andy Griffith didn’t die of natural causes as originally reported, he was allegedly slowly poisoned to death, Radar Online reports. It’s a shocking claim and will surprise many of his fans. His widow, Cynthia, wanted to bury him on the grounds of their North Carolina home. Show More Summary
Beloved TV icon Andy Griffith didn’t die of natural causes — he was slowly poisoned to death, RadarOnline.com has exclusively discovered. His widow Cynthia‘s rush to bury him on the… READ ON
Easy Plugin for AdSense by Unreal When I was a kid, there was two things I really cared about to escape the real world. I watched a lot of Classic 60s TV, like “The Andy Griffith Show,” “Bewitched,” “The Munsters” and “Hogan’s Heroes.” I also watched a lot of Hollywood monster movies. You see kids,...
This classic video clip of The Andy Griffith Show reminds us how we influence the children in our lives. The post How a boy Learns About Little White Lies From his Father appeared first on The Good Men Project.
Pop culture loves lawyers. In movies and T.V., attorneys are almost inescapable, from Andy Griffith's folksy defense attorney, Ben Matlock, to Viola Davis's black widow law school professor in "How to Get Away With Murder." But whether it's Judge Harry Stone on "Night Court," or the crusading law clerk......
Classic television and movie actor Don Knotts, who is most well-known for having played hapless sheriff’s deputy Barney Fife on the 1960s-era sitcom The Andy Griffith Show, was born in Morgantown, West Virginia in July of 1924. In celebration...Show More Summary
“Identifying patterns in the world requires noticing not only unusual occurrences, but also unusual absences.” – inform professor Anne S. Hsu and colleagues Andy Horng, Thomas L. Griffiths and Nick Chater in a new paper for the journal Cognitive Science. “We examined how people learn from absences, manipulating the extent to which an absence is […]
Neatorama presents a guest post from actor, comedian, and voiceover artist Eddie Deezen. Visit Eddie at his website or at Facebook. The Andy Griffith Show ran for 8 seasons on CBS (1960-1968). It remains with us, not only in our hearts, but in reruns, the world over. Show More Summary
Perhaps Katrina vanden Heuvel, publisher of the far left The Nation, had the Oscar ceremonies tonight on her mind when she appeared this morning on ABC's This Week. She compared Donald Trump to Andy Griffith's character of Lonesome Rhodes...Show More Summary
In 2007, an A.V. Club Inventory featured 22 TV credit sequences that fit their shows perfectly, paying homage to Homicide: Life On The Streets, The Sopranos, The Andy Griffith Show, and other series where a simple montage serves as an overture for the program’s themes and aesthetic. Show More Summary
A brief video featuring classic TV dad Andy Griffith, as Sheriff Andy Taylor, giving advice to Super Bowl quarterback Cam Newton has been making the rounds online since it was posted on Facebook. The clip — which addresses Newton’s infamous...
As the dust settles around Super Bowl 50, the conversation around the contest itself has died down, while the dialogue surrounding Cam Newton’s abrupt departure from his postgame presser has, somehow, lived on. In the past few days, some have claimed that the incident typifies Newton’s supposed immaturity. Show More Summary
Andy Griffith starring in frightening"Face in the Crowd" (1957)https://t.co/jxTffPnrElremind you of anyone?@realDonaldTrump #NHPrimary — Timothy McBride (@mcbridetd) February 10, 2016 You ask me, the clip would do just as well for Cruz as for Trump.
Oh, Andy Griffith, if only you were around to offer advice to a fellow North Carolinian, one who struggled with losing in his big moment on the national stage. What might it look like if Griffith, who died in 2012, could have a heart-to-heart with Cam Newton? How would he respond to the Carolina Panthers […]
By now, it feels as though we’ve heard just about everyone give their take on Cam Newton‘s actions during his Super Bowl 50 postgame press conference. The Carolina Panthers quarterback is probably tired of having to listen to it all, but he may want to at least consider some of this sound advice that was […]
LeRoy “Mack” McNees is well-known for playing dobro with the Country Boys (later the Kentucky Colonels), and for his appearances on the Andy Griffith Show. He is a favorite at the annual Mayberry Days reunions in Mount Airy, North Carolina. A devout Christian, he led […]
Following the I Love Lucy Christmas Special that showed two episodes in technicolor, another iconic television show will also air two colorized classic episodes. The New York Post shared that for the first time the “The Christmas Story” (1960) and “The Pickle Story” (1961) from The Andy Griffith Show will be shown in color as... Show More Summary
CBS airs “The Andy Griffith Show Christmas Special.” Lidia Bastianich is ”Home for the Holidays” on PBS.
May 16, 1962. "Television actor Andy Griffith at his summer home on Roanoke Island, N.C. Photos show Griffith hugging and roughhousing with wife Barbara; at home with children Dixie and Sam, and others; with family on the beach nearShow More Summary
FACT CHECK: Does an image show a young Frances Bavier, the actress who played Aunt Bee Taylor on The Andy Griffith Show, posing for a pin-up style photo?