Two Chairs No Waiting 222: Elinor Donahue Mayberry Days 2010

by Floyd on January 29, 2013

Host: Allan Newsome
Running time: 0:18:12

Fan’s had a real treat during Colonel Tim’s Talent Time held during Mayberry Days 2010. Elinor Donahue was a part of the show and on this episode of Two Chairs No Waiting we’ll be hearing from her.  We’ll hear in her own word why she left The Andy Griffith Show after only one season, her favorite episode and the story behind her singing “Away in a Manger” with Andy.  You won’t want to miss this one.

We’re also going to drop in on “Barney” and “Floyd” as we hear a story about Floyd’s glasses.  Big ain’t the word for it.

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Janet February 3, 2013 at 6:01 pm

Really enjoyed this show, Allan! It was nice to see and hear Elinor Donahue at Mayberry Days, and your skit with David Browning was a treat, too. Thanks for a great podcast!

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