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LOL: ‘Star Wars’, Now with ‘Arrested Development’ Narration by Ron Howard

20 hours agoEntertainment / Film : SlashFilm

Though Ron Howard may best be known for his time spent as a child actor playing young Opie Taylor on The Andy Griffith Show, he’s also very well known for directing films such Apollo 13, A Beautiful Mind and The Da Vinci Code. Soon he’ll...Show More Summary

‘The Leftovers’ Star Justin Theroux On Playing Twin Brothers & “The Andy Griffith Version” Of Kevin In Season 3

Several weeks ago, Justin Theroux joined his castmates in celebrating the end of The Leftovers, a consistently and surprisingly ambitious series that became a staple for HBO over the course of its three seasons. Signing onto the series,...Show More Summary

Han Solo Movie Fires Its Two Co-Directors — and a Familiar Name Surfaces as a Front-Runner to Replace Them

A big-name director who is also well-known to fans of vintage television is the front-runner to direct the Han Solo movie, according to Deadline.com. Ron Howard, who transitioned from early TV roles as Opie on “The Andy Griffith Show” and...

10 TV Shows That Recycled Their Sets

2 months agoHumor / odd : mental_floss

There’s a reason why a couple episodes of ‘Star Trek’ look as if they were shot in Andy Griffith’s Mayberry.

Andy Griffiths and the Little Free Treehouse Library

3 months agoMedia / Publishing : ShelfTalker

The unveiling of a many-storied Little Free Library is one of many highlights of a visit from an Australian author.

'Inferno' director Ron Howard asking $12.5M for NYC home

4 months agoLifestyle / Fashion : AOL: Style

Ron Howard's Hollywood career pretty much covers it all. You may know him from his early acting days - most notably his roles on "Happy Days" and "The Andy Griffith Show" - or his more recent success as an Oscar-winning director of popular...Show More Summary

Camp Runamuck (1965)

You may notice that Camp Runamuck takes place at the Andy Griffith fishing hole.

From the Archives: Don Knotts tries the silver screen

Comedian Don Knotts, best known for his character Barney Fife on the CBS series "The Andy Griffith Show," tries to transfer success onto the silver screen with "The Reluctant Astronaut." "I know what I can do best, and the studios let me work on the scripts," he told The Los Angeles Times in 1967....

#Facepalm Read: Andy Griffith’s Home Town Hates & Fears This Modern World

(Mike Luckovich via GoComics.com). I believe I may have discovered the platonic ideal of all “Poor Little WWC Voters!” stories. And because it is from the Washington Post, I strongly suspect its bathetic overkill may be entirely intentional. “How nostalgia for white Christian America drove so many Americans to vote for Trump“: … Residents […]

CBS Sues YouTube Channel That Posted 16 Episodes Of ‘The Andy Griffith Show’

8 months agoWeb / Web Videos : Tubefilter

CBS has reportedly filed suit against YouTube channel 8thManDVD.com for re-posting 16 episodes of sixties sitcom The Andy Griffith Show. Edward Helman III, who runs the channel through parent company ComedyMX, could face roughly $11.8...Show More Summary

3 Count: YouTube Silence

YouTuber sued over public domain episodes of the Andy Griffith Show, another dodges a site blockade in Italy and The Game Awards are muted... by YouTube. The post 3 Count: YouTube Silence appeared first on Plagiarism Today.

'Andy Griffith Show' -- CBS Sues YouTuber for Stealing ... We're No Deputy Fife!

8 months agoPop Culture / Celebrity : TMZ.com

A YouTube channel featuring TV classics like "The Andy Griffith Show" is run by a lowdown crook making money off other people's work... according CBS. In a lawsuit, the network says 8thManDVD.com -- run by Edward Heldman III -- has racked up over…

Introducing the Missouri Bluegrass Preservation Association

8 months agoMusic / Country : Bluegrass Today

To some, when they think of bluegrass music in Missouri, they think of The Dillard’s. Doug, Rodney, Dean Webb, and Mitch Jayne made quite an impact with their darling spot as the Darling family on The Andy Griffith Show. From Salem, Missouri, these boys took […] The post Introducing the Missouri Bluegrass Preservation Association appeared first on Bluegrass Today.

'Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life' is a welcome slice of smart holiday escapism

From Bedford Falls of “It’s a Wonderful Life” to Mayberry of “The Andy Griffith Show,” the idyllic small town has always held a special place in American pop culture, providing fictional refuge in times of real-life turmoil.  On Friday, anyone exhausted by the effort of avoiding political conversations...

The Anti-Otis As the New White House Minister of Hate

Those readers who are cool enough to be fans of the old Andy Griffith TV show will remember Otis Campbell, the lovable and good-hearted town drunk who made a habit of visiting the bootlegger, getting bombed, and turning himself in at...Show More Summary

Ranking Ron Howard: All of his feature films, leading up to 'Inferno'

Ron Howard has been in show business for almost 60 years, starting as a child star on such TV series as “Dennis the Menace,” “The Many Loves of Dobie Gillis” and “The Andy Griffith Show,” the latter of which turned him into the kind of omnipresent icon that usually happens once in a lifetime. Except...

Random Roles: Nick Nolte on dropping acid and putting porno mags in Andy Griffith’s cop car

Welcome to Random Roles, wherein we talk to actors about the characters who defined their careers. The catch: They don’t know beforehand what roles we’ll ask them to talk about. The actor: Nick Nolte started his acting career in theShow More Summary

Cable Channel Goes Retro With New Programming Block — We’re Betting Some of Your Favorite Classic TV Shows Are in the Lineup

A new daytime programming block coming to cable will feature a lineup of classic TV shows consisting of  “MASH,” “All in the Family,” “The Bob Newhart Show,” “The Mary Tyler Moore Show” and “The Andy Griffith Show.” The new block...

How Andy Griffith And Elia Kazan Predicted Donald Trump’s Rise (And Fall?) Way Back In 1957’s ‘A Face In The Crowd’

Every now and then there is a movie that has somehow been able to  forecast future events. One of the most famous examples was the 1979 release of The China Syndrome that eerily paralleled events that happened that year just before the film’s release when a nuclear meltdown threatened Three Mile Island. Show More Summary

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