Host: Allan Newsome
Running time: 0:17:54
Jean “Hello Doll” Carson was born February 28, 1923 and had a wonderful career. On this episode of Two Chairs No Waiting we’ll remember Jean’s visits to Mayberry as well as talk about just a few of things she did outside of Mayberry.
Jean passed away on November 2, 2005 but her “hello doll” will always bring a smile to fans of The Andy Griffith Show. Her son, Tracy Alexander, owns operates Alexander Productions in Palm Springs, CA and has been active in keeping his mom’s memory alive and well.
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- Hello Doll – Jean’s official page.
- Two Chairs No Waiting Facebook Fan Page photos – Photos related to episode #125 of TCNW.
- Alexander Events. Inc.– Tracy Alexander’s, Jean’s son, Special Event decorating company in Palm Springs.
- Andy Griffith Museum – The collection features hundreds of items from the life and career of Andy Griffith in movies, television and music as well as a variety of memorabilia.
Executive Producer of Two Chairs No Waiting Episode #125: Jay Hicks
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