- 30 Episodes
- Number of Discs: 5
- Rated: Unrated
- Closed captioning available
- Run Time: 11 hours, 12 minutes
- Video: Color
- Released: August 29, 2006
- Originally Released: 1966
- Label: Paramount
- 5-Disc Set
- Encoding: Region 1 (USA & Canada)
- Packaging: Keep Case - Sensormatic
- Aspect Ratio: Full Frame - 1.33
- Dolby Digital Mono - English
Performers, Cast and Crew:
Description by OLDIES.com:
It was a colorful season seven for "The Andy Griffith Show" -- 30 more fun-filled visits to the familiar streets of Mayberry, and to the warm-hearted folks who brought the town to life.
By all accounts, this was the most successful season yet for the critically acclaimed family show. It was the top-rated half-hour of the 1966-67 season and earned two Emmy Awards for the supporting work of Don Knotts (as fumbling Barney Fife) and France Bavier (as beloved Aunt Bee).
Relive your favorite Mayberry moments and join Andy (Andy Griffith), Opie (Ron Howard), Floyd (Howard McNear, in his final season) and the rest of the town for this five-disc odyssey to a time and place when mistakes, misadventures, and even disagreements eventually would work out just fine.
THE ANDY GRIFFITH SHOW premiered in 1960 and, featuring one of the most beloved television fathers of all time, quickly charmed its way into the hearts of audiences. Set in the fictitious environs of Mayberry, North Carolina, the series chronicles daily life in that peaceful Southern hamlet through the gently humorous eyes of town sheriff Andy Taylor (Andy Griffith). A widower raising his young son, Opie (a pre-HAPPY DAYS Ron Howard), with the help of his live-in spinster aunt, Bee (Frances Bavier), Andy capably navigates single parenthood with the same good-hearted wisdom that he brought to his law-enforcement duties. Featuring special guest appearances by Jack Nicholson, Rob Reiner, the Darlings, and Don Knotts (who left the show at the end of the sixth season), this collection presents all 30 episodes of the series' seventh season, including fan favorites like "The Darling Fortune," "A Visit to Barney Fife," and "Barney Comes to Mayberry."