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  • This early story is definitely full of fun and laughs

    • by Orrymain

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      In small town Mayberry, Andy Taylor is both the sheriff and the justice of the peace, something the doors to the sheriff’s office decree, though we really only see it a couple of times in the entire series. The Andy Griffith Show: A Feud Is a Feud is one of those times. Here are

      a few thoughts about this 1960 show from season one:

      –A very long sequence has Andy telling Opie the story of Romeo and Juliet. This truly showcases the storytelling abilities of Andy Griffith. They are simply seated around the breakfast table. There are no props or special effects. It’s a father and his son, and Aunt Bee, too. It really shows the power of the spoken word when presented like this. It was spellbinding, and it was an extended amount of time devoted to it.

      –The beagle was adorable. The hound dog is seen when Andy goes to talk to one of the feuding men. As ...

      • The Andy Griffith Show: A Feud Is a Feud TV Show
      an animal lover, especially of beagles, that dog really stood out to me.

      –The young couple who want to get married try to get away at one point and it’s amazing how Andy finds them in all that expanse of meadow off the highway. I’m not sure I buy that scene, but I’ll accept it for

      the good of the show.

      –There’s some really nice writing in the scenes when Andy is talking to each of the two men caught up in decades long feud. He’s trying to find out the reason for it and it’s really funny how the writers orchestrated the questions and answers.

      This early story is definitely full of fun and laughs.

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