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Host: Allan Newsome
Running time: 0:16:38
As this episode of the podcast is being recorded, it is the 50th anniversary of the first airing of episode number 4 of The Andy Griffith Show titled “Ellie Comes to Town.” That fact and as a result of a voice mail I received this week it seemed fitting to focus just a bit on this episode.
Kevin Burke recapped this episode on his “Burke on Mayberry” podcast(#6) back in April 2008 [a link to his podcast will be given below] but on Two Chairs we’re going to look at a few things that many of you may not have noticed.
We have links to some screen grabs and enlargements of some shots so you can see the things you’ll hear about during Two Chairs No Waiting.
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- Burke on Mayberry #6 = Ellie Comes to Town –
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Executive Producer of Two Chairs No Waiting Episode #107: David Morris
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I don’t know if I had ever noticed the mispelling of Enlargements before, but I have looked close at the merchandise displayed and I remember some of the old drug stores, before the chain stores came around, this was the way I remember merchandise being displayed, i.e. on cards, etc. My mother once worked at a small local drug store that had a small soda fountain/counter and a small inventory of merchandise and toys.
How many can remember that you had to go to the drug store to get your film developed?
This was a gread episode of TAGS