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Andy Griffith Show Reunion (1993)

Cast members from "The Andy Griffith Show" gather to reminisce about the classic 1960s TV series.

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Cast members from "The Andy Griffith Show" gather to reminisce about the classic 1960s TV series.

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10 February 1993 (USA)  »

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Reduced a TV classic to a piece of garbage
4 November 2002 | by See all my reviews

For those of you who liked "The Andy Griffith Show", and enjoyed it throughout it's run, don't watch the movie. It will be too painful. "The Andy Griffith Show Reunion involves a moronic story about Andy returning to Maybury to reunite with all our favourite characters. Barney, played once again by Don Knotts, has gone from Sheriff to now run for Mayor of Maybury. Opey(Ron Howard) has become the new sheriff and Otus is still drunk. It's sad that Andy Griffith agreed to do this TV movie. With all the characters grown up and moved on , this movie seems quite pointless.

For the Die Hard fans: 6/10 For anyone else: avoid avoid avoid.......


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