The Andy Griffith Show: Season 6, Episode 7

Off to Hollywood (25 Oct. 1965)

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A movie company is going to make film about Andy, and the Taylors take a trip to Hollywood to see the production.


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Episode cast overview:
Opie Taylor (as Ronny Howard)
Jack Burns ...
Deputy Warren Ferguson
Owen Bush ...
Mr. Jason
Maudie Prickett ...
Mrs. Larch


Andy is as surprised as anyone when he receives a check from a Hollywood production company for a $1000. They're offering him that amount for the rights to make a movie of his exploits based on a magazine article, Sheriff Without a Gun, that had appeared the year before. Andy wants keep this all quiet and just put the money in the bank but as Goober and Floyd know about his windfall, he soon finds that all of Mayberry is atwitter. Helen suggests that Andy, Opie and Aunt Bee should set off for Hollywood for a bit of a holiday. Andy reluctantly agrees and is just as happy to leave given all of the hoopla that is around him. Written by garykmcd

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The character of Warren Ferguson (played by Jack Burns) was brought in to replace Barney Fife after Don Knotts left the show. Warren was referred to on occasion as Floyd the barber's nephew. Replacing the classic character of Barney Fife proved to be an impossible task, however. "Warren Ferguson" did not catch on with the viewers, and he was written out of the series after only appearing in 11 episodes. There was no explanation in any episode story line for Warren's departure; he simply stopped appearing. See more »

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