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The Andy Griffith Show: Season 8 DVD

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  • Additional Details
  • Format: DVD
  • Rating: Not Rated
  • Number of Discs: 5
  • Run Time: 733 Minutes
  • Aspect Ratio: Fullscreen
  • Studio: Paramount
  • DVD Release Date: December 12, 2006
  • Audio: ENGLISH: Dolby Digital Mono [CC]
  • Cast: Andy Griffith, Ron Howard, Don Knotts
  • Genre: TV Series
  • Color: Color
  • Release Date: 1967
The Andy Griffith Show Season 8 will make you yearn for a time when people moved at a slower pace. These 30 original episodes feature all your favorite Mayberry characters who are always getting into innocent trouble. The Andy Griffith Show DVD set from season eight makes a wonderful gift for fans, young and old, who love a heartwarming story.

The Andy Griffith Show Season 8 was a colorful season for The Andy Griffith Show, with 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. The Andy Griffith Show Season 8 was the top-rated half hour of the 1967-68 season and earned two Emmy Awards for the supporting work of Don Knotts (as fumbling Barney Fife) and Frances Bavier (as beloved Aunt Bee). Relive your favorite Mayberry moments with each Andy Griffith Show DVD and join Andy (Andy Griffith), Opie (Ron Howard), Floyd (Howard McNear, in his final season) and the rest of the town on this five-disc odyssey to a place where mistakes, misadventures, and even disagreements eventually would work out just fine.

Actors: Frances Bavier, Andy Griffith, Ron Howard, George Lindsey, Aneta Corsaut, Jack Dodson, Howard McNear
Year: 1967-1968

Buy The Andy Griffith Show Season 8 for the wrap-up of the last season as the number 1 show on television, and you'll know why this heartwarming show was watched by so many the first time it ran.

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