Season Cast 66

  1. Andy Griffith
  2. Ron Howard

    Ron Howard

    Opie Taylor (32 Episodes)

  3. Frances Bavier
  4. Don Knotts

    Don Knotts

    Barney Fife (32 Episodes)

  5. Parley Baer

    Parley Baer

    (7 Episodes)

  6. Jim Nabors

    Jim Nabors

    (5 Episodes)

  7. Betty Lynn

    Betty Lynn

    Thelma Lou (5 Episodes)

  8. Hal Smith

    Hal Smith

    Otis Campbell (4 Episodes)

  9. Joanna Moore

    Joanna Moore

    (4 Episodes)

  10. Denver Pyle

    Denver Pyle

    (2 Episodes)

  11. Dub Taylor

    Dub Taylor

    (2 Episodes)

  12. Clint Howard

    Clint Howard

    Leon (2 Episodes)

  13. Keith Thibodeaux

    (2 Episodes)

  14. Willis Bouchey

    Willis Bouchey

    (2 Episodes)

  15. Jean Carson

    Jean Carson

    (2 Episodes)

  16. Burt Mustin

    Burt Mustin

    (2 Episodes)

  17. Maggie Peterson

    (2 Episodes)

  18. Hoke Howell

    Hoke Howell

    (2 Episodes)

  19. Reta Shaw

    Reta Shaw

    (1 Episode)

  20. Bernard Fox

    Bernard Fox

    (1 Episode)

  21. Olan Soule

    Olan Soule

    (1 Episode)

  22. Howard Morris

    Howard Morris

    (1 Episode)

  23. Molly Dodd

    (1 Episode)

  24. Janet Waldo

    Janet Waldo

    (1 Episode)

  25. George Kennedy

    George Kennedy

    (1 Episode)

  26. John Dehner

    John Dehner

    (1 Episode)

  27. Karl Swenson

    Karl Swenson

    (1 Episode)

  28. Carl Benton Reid

    Carl Benton Reid

    (1 Episode)

  29. Joyce Jameson

    Joyce Jameson

    (1 Episode)

  30. Don Haggerty

    Don Haggerty

    (1 Episode)

  31. Harlan Warde

    (1 Episode)

  32. Rance Howard

    Rance Howard

    Bus Driver (1 Episode)

  33. Roy Barcroft

    Roy Barcroft

    (1 Episode)

  34. Forrest Lewis

    Forrest Lewis

    (1 Episode)

  35. Helen Kleeb

    Helen Kleeb

    (1 Episode)

  36. Malcolm Atterbury

    Malcolm Atterbury

    (1 Episode)

  37. Doris Dowling

    Doris Dowling

    (1 Episode)

  38. William Keene

    (1 Episode)

  39. Rachel Ames

    Rachel Ames

    (1 Episode)

  40. Dabbs Greer

    Dabbs Greer

    (1 Episode)

  41. Jon Lormer

    Jon Lormer

    (1 Episode)

  42. Jack Lambert

    Jack Lambert

    (1 Episode)

  43. Paul Smith

    (1 Episode)

  44. Lewis Charles

    (1 Episode)

  45. Warner Jones

    (1 Episode)

  46. Bing Russell

    Bing Russell

    (1 Episode)

  47. Leo Gordon

    Leo Gordon

    (1 Episode)

  48. Jack Shea

    (1 Episode)

  49. Billy Halop

    Billy Halop

    (1 Episode)

  50. Peggy McCay

    Peggy McCay

    (1 Episode)

  51. Ellen Corby
  52. Robert Emhardt

    Robert Emhardt

    (1 Episode)

  53. Isabel Randolph

    Isabel Randolph

    (1 Episode)

  54. Orville Sherman

    Orville Sherman

    (1 Episode)

  55. Joseph Sirola

    Joseph Sirola

    (1 Episode)

  56. Jane Dulo

    Jane Dulo

    (1 Episode)

  57. Ronnie Dapo

    (1 Episode)

  58. Virginia Eiler

    (1 Episode)

  59. Johnny Silver

    (1 Episode)

  60. Fred Beir

    (1 Episode)

  61. Roy Engel

    Roy Engel

    (1 Episode)

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Season Crew 18

Costume & Make-Up

  1. Lee Greenway

    Makeup Artist (32 Episodes)

Directing

  1. Bob Sweeney

    Bob Sweeney

    Director (27 Episodes)

  2. Charles Irving

    Director (2 Episodes)

  3. Aaron Ruben

    Aaron Ruben

    Director (1 Episode)

Sound

  1. Earle Hagen

    Earle Hagen

    Music (32 Episodes)

Writing

  1. Everett Greenbaum

    Writer (13 Episodes)

  2. James Fritzell

    Writer (13 Episodes)

  3. Harvey Bullock

    Writer (11 Episodes)

  4. John Whedon

    Writer (2 Episodes)

Show

Episodes 32

1
9.0

Mr. McBeevee

October 1, 1962

Opie tells Andy about his new friend Mr. McBeevee, who Andy believes to be a figment of Opie's imagination. But when Andy begins to suspect Opie is using his new-found friend as an excuse to lie, he decides to set the record straight and prove Mr. McBeevee doesn't really exist. Or does he?

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October 8, 1962

Andy discovers Peggy comes from a wealthy family and starts to feel like he is unable to provide the kind of sophisticated company she is used to. He decides to stop seeing he and abruptly breaks it off, but without getting Peggy's Side of the story.

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October 15, 1962

There is a new mayor in town who is immediately put off by Andy's laid back management style. When Andy lets a prisoner out of jail for a few days so he can harvest crops, he finds his job is suddenly on the line, especially when the prisoner doesn't return.

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October 22, 1962

Given Andy's habit of burning meals, Aunt Bee asks Peggy to look in on Andy and Opie while she's away visiting her aunt. When word gets around town, however, Andy is told Peggy's cooking may be her way of buttering him up to the idea of marriage.

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October 29, 1962

Two cows suddenly go missing in Mayberry and Mayor Stoner has decided to bring in a professional investigator to solve the crime. The investigator's conclusion goes along with what the rest of the town already suspects, but Andy has his own idea of what happened, an idea just crazy enough to be true.

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November 5, 1962

When Andy and Peggy must break a date, Barney mistakenly sees this as the end of their relationship. He decides to play matchmaker to help Andy mend his broken heart, with disastrous results.

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November 12, 1962

Barney loses his self-confidence when two unlawful bullies laugh off his attempt to run them out of town. Andy tells them Barney is actually a trigger-happy lawman out for vengeance, but the bullies quickly see through the ruse and Barney now must find the courage within himself to stand up to them.

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November 19, 1962

When Mayor Stoner decides not to cover the expense of sending the Mayberry Marching Band to their annual competition in Raleigh because he thinks they're terrible, Andy helps out by having a few of his friends from "Freddy Fleet And His Band With A Beat" step in.

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November 26, 1962

Floyd comes to Andy for help after telling his pen pal Ms. Grayson that he is wealthy and finding out she is coming for a visit. Andy helps Floyd keep up the appearance of wealth while she's in town and in the process learns just how deceiving appearances can be.

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7.0

Opie's Rival

December 3, 1962

When Andy starts seeing Peggy MacMillan, Opie feels like she's become more important to Andy than he is. He decides to sabotage Andy's dates and break them up and nearly succeeds, until Andy finds out.

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December 10, 1962

Barney and Floyd stumble upon a cabin in the woods where three dangerous female convicts are hiding out. They are taken prisoner and it's Andy to the rescue when he manages to capture two of them. But it's up to Barney to get the third using all the charm he can muster, along with his best Rudolph Valentino impression.

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December 17, 1962

With Aunt Bee's birthday fast approaching, she begins dropping hints about the pale blue bed jacket she's been eyeing in the store window. When Andy doesn't catch on and buys the jacket for Mayor Stoner's wife instead, she is crushed. Now the only way Andy can get the jacket back is to trade it for his most prized possession: Ol' Eagle-Eyed Annie, his beloved fishing rod.

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9.0

The Bank Job

December 24, 1962

Barney becomes convinced the Mayberry bank is ripe for a robbery and tries to prove his point by staging a fake one. When he discovers a weak spot in the security system, he unknowing relays this information to a couple of actual robbers.

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December 31, 1962

A new boy named Quincy moves into town and starts getting Opie and his friends into trouble. When Opie is dared to break a streetlight, he refuses and is teased mercilessly. Andy tries to help by telling the boy's parents, but Opie sees that it's up to him to stand up to Quincy once and for all.

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January 7, 1963

Barney believes his job is on the line when he accidentally gives the governor's car a parking ticket. When he learns the governor is coming to town to see him about it, his nervousness causes him to drink cup after cup of water from the water cooler, the very same cooler Otis has spiked with alcohol.

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January 14, 1963

Malcolm Tucker, a business tycoon from Charlotte, has the unfortunate luck of having his car break down in Mayberry on a Sunday. Now he's willing to do just about anything to be on his way, including stealing Gomer's truck. Andy invites the man over for Sunday dinner to try and teach him the importance of relaxation before he does something he'll really regret.

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January 21, 1963

Andy gets a letter from a criminal he had wounded years before and learns the man is coming to Mayberry to see him. Barney becomes convinced the man wants revenge and enlists Gomer and Otis to secretly protect Andy, which ends up wreaking more havoc than any criminal ever could.

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January 28, 1963

Cy Hudgins has a pet goat with a taste for dynamite and Andy and Barney are forced to put it in a padded cell until the danger "passes." But when Otis unknowingly lets their new prisoner out, it's up to Barney and his harmonica to safely lead the goat out of town.

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7.0

Class Reunion

February 4, 1963

Andy and Barney reminisce about old flames and decide to throw a class reunion. When the big night finally comes, they both find they have a lot to learn about how much things have -- and have not -- changed.

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February 11, 1963

Rafe Hollister stops by the auditions for the Ladies League Musicale and shocks everyone with his beautiful voice. But Mayor Stoner and Mrs. Jeffries are aghast at his shabby appearance so Andy and Barney decide to give him a makeover, despite Rafe's objections.

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February 18, 1963

Opie's new friend Arnold is a spoiled brat used to getting his own way. He convinces Opie to try and get a raise in his allowance by throwing a temper tantrum, showing Andy that he must teach Arnold's father the importance of discipline before Opie picks up any more of Arnold's spoiled habits.

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February 25, 1963

Andy suggests to Gomer that he hire a troubled young man named Jimmy to help out at Wally's gas station. But everyone soon suspects Jimmy of being a thief after valuable items start disappearing from the station. Andy believes Jimmy is innocent but must prove it, even when all the evidence is against him.

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March 4, 1963

Opie complains to Andy about how his new history teacher Ms. Crump is a mean old woman who likes to assign extra homework. Andy tells Opie it's not important if he doesn't know every answer, which leaves Opie believing history isn't important. Now Andy has to show Opie, and his class, how much history matters before Ms. Crump decides to quit.

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March 11, 1963

Aunt Bee becomes depressed about her age and falls for the charms of Colonel Harvey, a traveling medicine man selling a magic elixir to restore her youth. By the time Andy and Barney discover the secret behind the elixir, they find he has gotten the entire Ladies Aid Church Committee under his spell!

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March 18, 1963

A family of musicians who live in the mountains descend on Mayberry to await the arrival of their daughter Charlene's fiancee. When Andy tries to help by putting them up in the courthouse, he gets more than he bargained for when Charlene suddenly sets her sights on him.

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March 25, 1963

A tourist from England causes a traffic accident and finds himself unable to pay the damages, so Andy decides to let the man pay it off by being his valet. But it's not long before Andy finds his laid-back small-town lifestyle clashing with the man's strict, English ways.

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April 1, 1963

Barney learns that the car he's spent his life savings on is a lemon, and the little old lady he bought it from may have put one over on him. When Barney and Andy set out to return the car and arrest her, however, they find the hardest part may be just getting there.

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8.0

The Rivals

April 8, 1963

Opie develops a case of puppy love for a girl in his class, but is crushed to find she isn't interested. Barney tries to lift his spirits by letting Opie hang out with him and Thelma Lou awhile. It works great, until Opie forgets his crush and sets his sights on Thelma Lou.

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April 15, 1963

Barney believes it's time for Andy to get married and sets Andy up with Opie's teacher, Ms. Crump. When Barney decides she's not right for him, he tries to set up a party for Andy to meet all the other eligible ladies of Mayberry. But Andy has other plans, and they all involve Ms. Crump.

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April 22, 1963

A pack of stray hunting dogs descends upon Mayberry at the same time that a state investigator has come to review Andy's request for more funds for the jail. Barney and Opie decide to bring the dogs to the courthouse to shelter them from a storm, not realizing that Mr. Somerset is already there.

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April 29, 1963

The Darling clan is back and this time need Andy's help to wed their daughter Charlene to Dud Walsh before crazy old Ernest T. Bass makes good on his threats to kidnap her and take her for his own. Andy sets Barney up as a decoy bride while the real wedding takes place elsewhere. The plan works, until Ernest kidnaps Barney and decides he's just as good a bride as Charlene.

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8.0

The Big House

May 6, 1963

Andy is told to keep two big-time bandits in his jail until detectives from Tennessee come to get them. Knowing that the bandit's friends will try to break them out, Barney spots two suspicious men outside the jail and promptly arrests them. As it turns out, they are the detectives from Tennessee, giving the bandit's real friends the opportunity they've been waiting for.

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