A pop singer stops in town and ends up performing a song that Aunt Bee and Clara wrote on his TV show. Unfortunately, his version of the song does not meet their approval.

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All of Mayberry is afluttter when TV and singing star Keevee Hazelton comes to town. He's there for a quiet rest and just wants to go fishing but Aunt Bee and her friend Clara decide they will try to get him to record a song they had written some years before for a town celebration. Keevee isn't too interested at first but his manager thinks there's a potential hit there so they agree. They also invite the ladies to the studio to watch the show but in rehearsal, they realize that Keevee has turned their ballad about Mayberry into a rock and roll song complete with electric guitars and go-go dancers. With only a half hour to air time, they tell him he has to change the arrangement. Written by garykmcd

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11 April 1966 (USA)  »

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Jesse Pearson played another rock 'n' roll singer, Conrad Birdie, in the movie "Bye, Bye Birdie" with Dick Van Dyke, Ann-Margret and Bobby Rydell. See more »

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Keevy Hazelton is clearly not playing his guitar as his fingers rarely come close to the strings. See more »

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