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Old 11-26-2017, 12:15 AM   #16
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I thought it was Frances Bavier's voice. It sounded like an older Aunt Bea. Does anyone know who it was?
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I thought it was Frances Bavier's voice. It sounded like an older Aunt Bea. Does anyone know who it was?

According to IMDB It was Janet Waldo, who also played Amanda. Francis Bavier declined to playing the part due to having no interest and being very sick.
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According to IMDB It was Janet Waldo, who also played Amanda. Francis Bavier declined to playing the part due to having no interest and being very sick.

Hmm, the same lady who did Velma on Scooby Doo? Honestly, the voice didn't make much of a difference to me; at the time I just thought Frances was either very ill or deceased.
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One thing I didn't like was how they treated Gomer. He spent five years in the Marines, and yet they showed him as the same person he was when the show started, still working at the gas station with that nitwit cousin of his.
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I’ve never been ashamed to admit how much I love this movie. Glad MeTV is still airing it. My favorite part is near the end, when Barney is about to win the election in a landslide. The band is playing “Mayberry Loves Barney Fife.” How sweet. And Howard, being a smart man, puffs up Barney’s ego even further before letting him see, by “accident,” Andy’s application to run for sheriff. Barney then knows what must be done. Most of that is seen from a distance, with no dialogue. Great writing and acting!
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Also, it's a sad coincidence that two actors who appeared in this movie - Rance Howard & Jim Nabors - just passed within days of each other.
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I watched it a while back but vaguely remember it. I don't have ME-TV but I'm glad they stayed true to the show. How many times have you seen reboots or reunions that are completely different with the original?
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Anybody got a spare copy of the movie?
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Anybody got a spare copy of the movie?

I'd help you out if I could burn a DVD copy, but it is pretty cheap on Amazon.
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Biggrin Dat Ain't Aunt BEE

I think Aunt Bea was just mad that they killed her off in the reunion. Maybe a storyline about a senile Aunt Bea didn't meet her approval either. Or maybe she was just Aunt Beaed out, after all she carried on in the role long after Andy left the series to pursue his evil and low life roles he would play in various TV movies. I think this is called "stretching".
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