Season Cast 51

  1. Andy Griffith
  2. Ron Howard

    Ron Howard

    Opie Taylor (30 Episodes)

  3. Frances Bavier
  4. Don Knotts

    Don Knotts

    Barney Fife (30 Episodes)

  5. George Lindsey

    George Lindsey

    Goober Pyle (30 Episodes), Goober (23 Episodes)

  6. John Reilly

    Billy (3 Episodes)

  7. Luana Anders

    Luana Anders

    (2 Episodes)

  8. Mabel Albertson

    Mabel Albertson

    (2 Episodes)

  9. Richard Bull

    Richard Bull

    (2 Episodes)

  10. Sam Edwards

    Sam Edwards

    (2 Episodes)

  11. Burt Mustin

    Burt Mustin

    (2 Episodes)

  12. Mary Jackson

    Mary Jackson

    (1 Episode)

  13. Roger Perry

    Roger Perry

    (1 Episode)

  14. Leon Ames

    Leon Ames

    (1 Episode)

  15. Ian Wolfe

    Ian Wolfe

    (1 Episode)

  16. Hal Smith

    Hal Smith

    Otis Campbell (1 Episode)

  17. Tom Tully

    Tom Tully

    (1 Episode)

  18. Hamilton Camp

    Hamilton Camp

    (1 Episode)

  19. Keye Luke

    Keye Luke

    (1 Episode)

  20. Rob Reiner

    Rob Reiner

    (1 Episode)

  21. Tol Avery

    Tol Avery

    (1 Episode)

  22. Denver Pyle

    Denver Pyle

    (1 Episode)

  23. Charles Dierkop

    Charles Dierkop

    (1 Episode)

  24. Dick Haynes

    (1 Episode)

  25. Keith Andes

    Keith Andes

    (1 Episode)

  26. William Christopher

    William Christopher

    (1 Episode)

  27. Katherine Victor

    (1 Episode)

  28. Joe Turkel

    Joe Turkel

    (1 Episode)

  29. Jack Nicholson
  30. Maudie Prickett

    Maudie Prickett

    (1 Episode)

  31. Emory Parnell

    Emory Parnell

    (1 Episode)

  32. James McCallion
  33. Elaine Joyce

    Elaine Joyce

    (1 Episode)

  34. Owen Bush

    (1 Episode)

  35. Maggie Peterson

    (1 Episode)

  36. David Ketchum

    David Ketchum

    (1 Episode)

  37. Chuck Campbell

    Chuck Campbell

    (1 Episode)

  38. Richard X. Slattery

    Richard X. Slattery

    (1 Episode)

  39. Lloyd Kino

    Lloyd Kino

    (1 Episode)

  40. Elizabeth MacRae

    Elizabeth MacRae

    (1 Episode)

  41. Dick Ryan

    (1 Episode)

  42. Peter Hobbs

    Peter Hobbs

    (1 Episode)

  43. Ken Mayer

    Ken Mayer

    (1 Episode)

  44. Tom Palmer

    (1 Episode)

  45. Dick Curtis

    Dick Curtis

    (1 Episode)

  46. Laurie Main

    Laurie Main

    (1 Episode)

  47. Margaret Teele

    Agnes Jean Parker (1 Episode), (1 Episode)

  48. Joy Ellison

    Betsy (1 Episode)

  49. Richard Collier

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Season Crew 16

Costume & Make-Up

  1. Lee Greenway

    Makeup Artist (30 Episodes)

Directing

  1. Lee Philips

    Lee Philips

    Director (29 Episodes)

  2. Alan Rafkin

    Director (1 Episode)

Production

  1. Sheldon Leonard
  2. Fred Roos

    Fred Roos

    Casting Director (30 Episodes)

  3. Jay Sandrich

    Producer (30 Episodes)

  4. Danny Thomas

    Danny Thomas

    Producer (30 Episodes)

  5. Bob Ross

    Producer (30 Episodes)

Sound

  1. Earle Hagen

    Earle Hagen

    Music (30 Episodes)

Writing

  1. Arnold Margolin

    Writer (5 Episodes)

  2. Seaman Jacobs

    Writer (3 Episodes)

  3. Les Roberts

    Writer (1 Episode)

  4. John L. Greene

    Writer (1 Episode)

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Episodes 30

September 12, 1966

Helen's niece comes for a visit and proves to be both very pretty and very talented in athletics. Trouble is that she beats Opie in almost every sport there is. She actually really likes Opie as a BOY and needs her Aunt Helen to help her to get Opie to like her.

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The Lodge

September 19, 1966

Andy invites Howard to join ""The Regal Order of the Door to Good Fellowship"" lodge. Howard's mother doesn't like the idea of Howard being around the other men, so she concocts a scheme whereby Howard will be denied membership. It's all a big misunderstanding, and Howard eventually is allowed to join the lodge.

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September 26, 1966

The Barbershop Quartet is missing one singer when Howard develops a sore throat. Andy, much to his dismay,must bring along a chicken thief who is a great singer. Andy has deep misgivings about this fellow and whether he will actually sing or try to break free.

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October 3, 1966

Andy umpires the baseball game for Mayberry but when he calls the final strike for the opposing team, everyone in town is angry at him until Howard Sprague steps up and teaches everyone about being fair to Andy.

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October 10, 1966

When a dignified-looking older preacher comes to town, all the older women want to impress him. Aunt Bee, after someone suggests it, buys a wig--a short blonde one. Later the preacher gives a sermon about having no pretenses. Aunt Bee finally tells the preacher about her wig.

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October 17, 1966

The Darling Family comes back, suddenly rich. They want their sons to marry well, and decide they should pick from the women of Mayberry.

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Directed by: Lee Philips

Written by: Arnold Margolin

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October 31, 1966

Goober is involved in a minor car accident and thanks to Floyd and Aunt Bee, he becomes convinced that he is truly injured and has whiplash. Aunt Bee feels sorry for him and takes him home to care for him--much to Andy's dismay!

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November 7, 1966

Aunt Bee runs for a seat on the city council against the more qualified Howard, who is supported by Andy.

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November 14, 1966

Helen and the students of the senior class put on a play but the principal objects to it--and to Helen's involvement with such "scandalous" things--until she figures out a way to show him that what is scandalous is all relative.

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November 21, 1966

Opie and Arnold find an abandoned infant on the courthouse steps.

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November 28, 1966

When Howard goes fishing with Andy, Opie, Goober, and Floyd, he catches the legandary rare carp "Old Sam". After he decides to put the legendary fish in a Raleigh museum, Howard learns a lesson from Opie that "Old Sam" is such an important part of the town's history that he brings the fish back to lakes surrounding Mayberry.

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Only a Rose

December 5, 1966

Aunt Bee is totally excited about her rose that she has been growing for over a year for the annual flower show. While Opie and Arnold are playing, however,they accidently destroy it.

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December 12, 1966

Andy is captured by two escaped convincts and Otis and Howard ride to his rescue.

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December 19, 1966

Goober grows tired of being the most ignorant one in town; he goes away fishing and accidentally grows a beard. The beard makes him believe he is smart--and he becomes an unbearable bore to everyone in Mayberry.

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December 26, 1966

When Mayberry's long time physician retires the townfolk are reluctant to embrace his replacement.

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January 2, 1967

A stranger comes to Mayberry promising to find the Ross Raiders treasure. Goober, Floyd, Helen and Bee all invest--much to Andy's irritation.

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January 9, 1967

With Aunt Bee off visiting realtives and Opie away on a Scout trip, Andy is home alone. He is ready to spend a relaxing evening when Goober arrives to keep him company. He insists on making his special spaghetti recipe. Andy gives in, eats heartily, and then is reminded by Goober of an invitation to Howard's for dinner. Andy goes to see Howard, who did not actually invite Andy at all. They still whip up some spaghetti and eat, but then Andy realizes dinner was a Helen's. He rushes over, but is in hot water for being late so he must endure another dinner of spaghetti.

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January 16, 1967

Andy visits Barney in Raleigh, and realizes that Barney isn't as successful as he has always claims. Andy is able to help Barney solve a series of supermarket robberies and help him save his job.

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January 23, 1967

Barney returns to Mayberry and rediscovers an old girlfriend who has become a movie star.

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January 30, 1967

Andy's old high school sweetheart moves back to town and has to stay with the Taylors while her house is being fixed. This creates tension between Helen and Andy.

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February 6, 1967

Aunt Bee invests in a new Chinese restaurant and realizes she is not up for the stress of being a business owner.

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February 13, 1967

Floyd gets a rent hike after Howard buys the barbershop.

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The Statue

February 20, 1967

When Howard suggests Mayberry erect a statue of Andy’s ancestor Seth Taylor in honor of all the work he did to make the town the quaint place it turned out to be. However, after a local artist completes the statue and earns the praise of the Taylor’s and everyone else in town, Andy and Aunt Bee get a big shock when Mr. Simmons lets them in on a secret that Seth Taylor worked with his ancestor to swindle the town out of a large amount of money. At first Andy and Bee want to keep this secret under raps, but she soon admits what Seth did during the unveiling speech. In the end, Floyd saves the day by saying that while Seth wasn’t the hero everybody thought he was; he still played a large part in making Mayberry the town what it is today.

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February 27, 1967

Helen begins to write books for children.

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Goodbye Dolly

March 6, 1967

After Dolly, a retired milk-wagon horse refuses to eat while her owner is out of town; Opie becomes really worried that something is wrong with her. Unsure of what to do, Opie turns to Goober, Howard and Andy for help in getting the horse to eat. It is only after Mr. Simpson returns home from his vacation that he and Opie discover that Dolly refuses to eat because she misses going to work every day.

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March 13, 1967

Opie has to choose between piano lessons and football lessons.

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March 20, 1967

Howard gets an opportunity to appear on television and demonstrate his comedic talents. He's a great hit --except with the people of Mayberry, who are upset that he mentioned them in his jokes.

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Big Brother

March 27, 1967

Howard takes a liking to his Little Brother's sister.

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April 3, 1967

Opie has a hard time finishing one of his homework assignments.

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April 10, 1967

In order to boost business Goober has a contest at the gas station. The printer accidentally prints a ticket for $200 and Floyd wins the ticket--and Goober can't pay it.

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