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The Andy Griffith Show, TV Series, 1960-1968 IMDB

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Also known as:

  • Andy of Mayberry
  • El show de Andy Griffith (Venezuela)

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modell US

2006-10-11 02:02

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Sheriff Andy Taylor and Deputy Barney Fife of the Mayberry, NC police department-
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I only have the season 4 DVD. If anyone wants to contribute images from other seasons, be my guest. ;)

antp BE

2008-07-02 18:31

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A site listing all '61 Comet seen in the series:
http://www.61thriftpower.com/tags.shtml

tv boy US

2009-04-09 20:48

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The Fords on this show apparently came from an LA-area Ford dealer as part of an arrangement with the show's producers and Ford. I've noticed even older Fords on the show, suggesting they may have come from the dealer's used car lot. When they didn't have enough cars, they'd get crew members to loan their personal cars, which explains the non-Fords that pop up from time to time like the '59 Chevy Impala that almost runs over Barney during a first season episode.

tv boy US

2009-04-11 20:12

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Oh yeah one more thing: with a few early exceptions, the license plate for the Mayberry Sheriff's Office Squad Car was always JL-327 even though it changed every year.

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vilero ES

2009-04-14 14:10

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Added today 36 new (and perfect shots) courtesy of user 'tv boy'. To check them in 'Display options: Date added (new ones first'.

vilero ES

2009-04-21 13:46

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Added today 29 news (and nice classics) vehicles from season 2, courtesy of user 'tv boy'. To check them in 'Display options: Date added (new ones first).

vilero ES

2009-04-28 13:07

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Added today 24 news (and nice classics) vehicles from season 6, courtesy of user 'tv boy'. To check them in 'Display options: Date added (new ones first)from 1962 Peugeot 403 * to 1959 Ford Ranch Wagon **

'+' next to season number episode, means that the page covers, at least, two vehicles with same make, model and year and they are seen in more than one episode.

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vilero ES

2009-05-05 14:08

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Added today 40 (10 lines) news vehicles, completing seasons 3&5, courtesy of user 'tv boy'
To check them in 'Display options: Date added (new ones first): from Pontiac wagon to 1957 Ford F-Series with utility bed.

vilero ES

2009-05-19 14:04

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Finished this TV-Series with 35 new vehicles (new added first=from Mercury Colony Park to 1928 Ford Model AA -colored- in row 9th) from Seasons 7&8 courtesy of user 'tv boy'

Gag Halfrunt UK

2009-05-19 15:49

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Filmed in and around Los Angeles.
http://us.imdb.com/title/tt0053479/locations

14Stutz US

2010-09-26 07:18

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Interesting note about the set (as seen in many of these photos) here:

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portacker US

2011-02-22 23:00

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Even though this show was a blatant FORD showcase, I think that there must have been some car nuts involved with the production. An Iso as a background car? Gotta be a crew's personal car. The incomparable 275 GTB/4, a extremely rare and expensive car even then. A TR 4? A Fiat? A Jag? A Benz 190? But almost no backround cars that were not Fords, Mercs or Lincolns. Sure would like to know who was slipping in these rare and fun makes into the show. Help?

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modell US

2012-01-06 05:54

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I know the show was sponsored by Ford, but I've always thought it's interesting how a small town like Mayberry was able to afford a brand new squad car every year.

jenanistonfan1 US

2012-07-09 00:12

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R.I.P Andy you will be missed. :(

biobug1 US

2014-02-24 02:53

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Episode 1.31 "The Guitar Player Returns" what was the convertable 2dr that "Jimmy" drove?Its not in the list of pictures above.

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