Tuesday, December 28, 2010

DVD Alert

'The Andy Griffith Show 50th Anniversary' review: Today is a perfect time to enter the world of Mayberry | Ken Tucker's TV | EW.com: "Christmas is just over, and maybe you’re happy or exhausted or overwhelmed or at peace. There is no mood, however, that cannot be lifted or enhanced by watching a few episodes of The Andy Griffith Show. A new DVD, The Best of Mayberry, celebrates the 50th anniversary of the show’s 1960 debut, and collects what is, by fan common consensus, 17 episodes that are the all-time favorites of the series that ran from 1960-1968. It starred Griffith as Sheriff Andy Taylor, presiding over Mayberry, a town that is at once an idealized small town, and a quietly realistic embodiment of small-town habits and values."


Anonymous said...

OK, we might have to buy this even though they don't seem to have my favorite Ernest T. Bass episode ("How do you do, Mrs. Wylie").


Unknown said...

One of our favorites, too.

Richard R. said...

8.5 hours of Barney Fife. It boggles the mind.