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  • Actors: Andy Griffith, Ron Howard, Don Knotts, Frances Bavier, George Lindsey
  • Writers: Arthur Stander
  • Format: Color, NTSC
  • Region: Region 1 (US and Canada This DVD will probably NOT be viewable in other countries. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • MPAA Rating: UNRATED
  • Studio: Distribution Madacy
  • Release Date: April 17 2003
  • Run Time: 250 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 1.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (10 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00004T3AO
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #166,279 in DVD (See Top 100 in DVD)

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Robert T Vaught on Aug. 14 2000
Format: DVD
Well, I just received this DVD 5 pack in the mail today and am I ever disappointed. I watched about two minutes before deciding to return this DVD set. But, according to the return policy, DVD must be returned unopened, so I guess I'm out of luck. But I can at least warn you to lower your expectations in regards to old shows/movies released in the DVD format. So far I have ordered Abbot and Costello and Andy Griffith DVDs from Amazon, and was hoping for a picture a least equal to broadcast quality. However, in both cases the picture is horrendous. These Andy Griffith DVD versions contain only two episodes per DVD, and the theme song has been deleted (as stated in a previous review). The pictures have not been cleaned of dust, etc, and they obviously aren't using the first generation master prints. I think my plan now will be to buy a DVD recorder when they become available, and tape the Andy Griffith shows off of TV Land, minus commercials. That seems to be the only way to get a great picture, no commercials, the episodes you truly want, and more than two episodes per DVD! As stated in the other reviews, these DVDs are a rip-off. I don't know what that one guy was thinking when he gave these DVD 5 stars. Unfortunately, that was the only review available when I made the mistake to order this DVD set.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Plump1 on Oct. 5 2002
Format: DVD
The themesong has been removed and the copy looks like it was shot from a video camera off TAGS playing on a tv set.
I figure the person that gave a five star rating was the owner of Madacy. Amazon really should not let the DVD distributors/owners rate their own products. This is the first and last Madacy product I will ever purchase. I'm really surprised to find big retailers carrying this [product]!
Luckily I found the set in a junk bin for [money].
I thought about giving the set to someone for Christmas, but it is so bad I would be embarresed to give it as a present. I guess I'll just donate it to charity and write the loss off on my taxes.
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Format: VHS Tape
Anyone who would release these three episodes and title them "The Best of the Andy Griffith Show" should have their head examined. 16 episodes of the Andy Griffith Show were released in the public domain (I don't even know how), their titles being: Barney's First Car, The Rivals, Opie and the Spoiled Kid, Rafe Hollister Sings, The Darlings are Coming, Mountain Wedding, Andy Discovers America, The Great Filling Station Robbery, Class Reunion, A Wife for Andy, The Big House, The Loaded Goat, Andy's English Valet, and of course, Dogs Dogs Dogs, High Noon in Mayberry and Aunt Bee's Medicine Man. While some of these are funny, and usually the ones most people remember the most, it's easy to forget the last three, as they aren't as hilarious as such favorites as Barney's First Car, Mountain Wedding and the Big House. -------------- Dogs Dogs Dogs is about a bunch of dogs who follow Opie back to the Mayberry Courtroom, but as an inspector is going to come examine the Mayberry Jail, Opie has to get rid of the dogs. It ends up, Barney sets them loose in a field where they can romp and play. A storm comes, and everyone worries about the dogs. They bring the dogs back and the less than amused owner comes and gets them. High Noon in Mayberry is about a man named Luke who was a former criminal coming to 'settle things' with Andy. A few years earlier, Andy had shot Luke in the leg, and that gave Luke a permanent limp. Barney gets the wrong idea about what Luke's coming there for, and thinks he's going to gun Andy down. Barney makes Otis and Gomer into deputies, and they have to watch Andy night and day. Aunt Bee's Medicine Man is about Aunt Bee being upset because her friend, who is the same age as her, has died, and feels she needs something that can restore her health.Read more ›
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By A Customer on Aug. 7 2000
Format: DVD
This is the lamest video product i have ever seen. First of all, there are only two episodes per disc for a total of about 50 minutes of video. DVD's can hold AT LEAST five episodes per disc : what a tremendous waste of space and packaging ! Next, the wonderful @ familiar theme song has been REPLACED (if you can believe that! ) by new elevator-type music. Man, what genius thought that one up ? Third, the video images are horrible and look worse than rabbit-ear antenna reception in a thunder storm. Finally, the "special features" are so pathetic that i honestly think that fifth graders could do a better job. I love the old andy griffith shows too much to remain silent about this incredibly bad product. Consider yourself warned and "nip this one in the bud." Nip it, nip it, nip it !
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Format: DVD
This collection does contain the Andy Griffith episodes it states, however the consumer is short changed in several ways. First, the official (whistling)opening music is omitted for whatever reason. Second, the quality of episodes is suspect. Third, considering what they are charging for this set, one would expect more episodes. I highly recommend not buying this item. I would wait until other Andy Griffith DVD's are released containing the same episodes. As a matter of fact there are several episodes in this set that are on other Andy DVD's.
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