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TCNW 431: Ron Howard & Opie Taylor

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Two Chairs No Waiting

Host: Allan Newsome
Running time: 0:20:30

I’ve talked about Opie before on the show but I don’t know if I’ve ever talked much about Ron Howard. Randy Turner inspired me to dig up a little more information about Ron Howard and Opie because of this weeks history report. I enjoyed learning more and I’m sure you will as well.

Bonus:  This week’s installment of This Week in Mayberry History by Randy Turner featuring Ron Howard.

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Two Chairs No Waiting

Two Chairs No Waiting

Host: Allan Newsome
Running time: 0:17:08

In the last episode of Two Chairs listener Randy Bewer provided us with a jewel of Mayberry history related to Howard “Floyd” McNear and this week he’s done it again.

Ever wonder how the mind of 10 year old Ronny Howard worked? Well thanks to the article Randy uncovered we get a glimpse into what was on his mind in January of 1965.

Next up we hear from Paul Mulik related to the song sung by the gypsies who visited Mayberry in the color episode, “The Gypsies.” Turns out that the gypsy melody we heard in the February 1966 episode had it origins well before The Andy Griffith Show ever hit the air.

So, in this episode you get history and trivia. Can you handle the fun?

 

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Two Chairs No Waiting 173: Opie’s Kindness

Two Chairs No WaitingHost: Allan Newsome
Running time: 0:18:51

We had a fun question on the Forum over at iMayberryCommunity.com recently.  The question was about Opie and I thought it would make a good topic for us to discuss.

The question was, “Isn’t Opie’s sincereness a bit TOO fake sometimes. Like “Yes Ma’am” and “Yes, sir??”  I doubt Ronny Howard was that “kind” in real life.  It just sounds a little too fake…like a telemarketer being saying, “I promise will fix it.”  That’s sort of what Opie was doing.”

What do you think?  I’d love to hear your thought on this to add to those already found at the iMayberry Community web site.

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Burke on Mayberry #91 – Andy Discovers America

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Burke on Mayberry #91 = Andy Discovers America

Running time: 10:47

In this “The Andy Griffith Show” episode entitled, ‘Andy Discovers America’ which originally aired on March 4, 1963, Andy discourages, then encourages the boys’ interest in history. Also, Andy discovers Helen!

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