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Larry@stinescorner

02-10-2014 17:03:56




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Andy and Barney pass by the Robert E Lee natural bridge,,,,,where are they headed?




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kerry50

02-11-2014 05:48:49




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 Re: rr lund in reply to Larry@stinescorner, 02-10-2014 17:03:56  
The Dillards were from Salem, MO, just south of me a few miles. Howard Dooley at Edgar Springs does my glass work. Need to try and remember and ask him if he might be related to the Dooley the Darlings are singing about. Mitch Jayne, one of the Darlings, was also a good writer. He would write articles in the MFA co-op magazine, "Todays Farmer", I always looked forward to reading about his childhood and the times they were on the Andy Griffith show.

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Larry@stinescorner

02-11-2014 06:40:50




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 Re: rr lund in reply to kerry50, 02-11-2014 05:48:49  
very interesting,thanks ,your reply proves that something can be learned on this great site everyday, thanks for posting Even if its not tractor or farm related to begin with,it did come around to it,that is one of the great things about this site.



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smallercrawler

02-11-2014 05:03:14




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 Re: rr lund in reply to Larry@stinescorner, 02-10-2014 17:03:56  
Just saw Helen (Anita Coursalt) guest starring on another long running series. She was playing a nun. What was the series?



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Larry@stinescorner

02-11-2014 05:24:07




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 Re: rr lund in reply to smallercrawler, 02-11-2014 05:03:14  
it was gunsmoke or bananza,I Cant remember which one,but I Do remem ber a western and remember seeing her on it



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smallercrawler

02-11-2014 09:22:50




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 Re: rr lund in reply to Larry@stinescorner, 02-11-2014 05:24:07  
Good job! It was Gunsmoke.



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rrlund

02-10-2014 18:04:42




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 Re: rr lund in reply to Larry@stinescorner, 02-10-2014 17:03:56  
Yep,what Buddy said. I watched it tonight. Can't resist it when the Darling family is on there. Best episodes ever!



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Stan - Florida

02-10-2014 17:35:24




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 Re: rr lund in reply to Larry@stinescorner, 02-10-2014 17:03:56  
I'll echo what JerryS said!

Stan



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Harvey2

02-10-2014 17:21:10




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 Re: rr lund in reply to Larry@stinescorner, 02-10-2014 17:03:56  
Mr. Cornerstone,
Do yo know in real life vho the Darlings vere?
Now don't go and look it up.



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Glennster

02-10-2014 17:24:09




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 Re: rr lund in reply to Harvey2, 02-10-2014 17:21:10  
The boys were the dillards,



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Larry@stinescorner

02-10-2014 17:35:59




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 Re: rr lund in reply to Glennster, 02-10-2014 17:24:09  
thats it! they were good werent they?



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rrlund

02-10-2014 18:11:08




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 Re: rr lund in reply to Larry@stinescorner, 02-10-2014 17:35:59  
Want to hear it again?



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Larry@stinescorner

02-10-2014 18:21:14




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 Re: rr lund in reply to rrlund, 02-10-2014 18:11:08  
thanks! that is good music!



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Buddy

02-10-2014 17:09:52




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 Re: rr lund in reply to Larry@stinescorner, 02-10-2014 17:03:56  
To the Darlings home.



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Larry@stinescorner

02-10-2014 17:16:50




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 Re: rr lund in reply to Buddy, 02-10-2014 17:09:52  
you got it,rr lund would have got it anyway,when they got to the cabin the first song they did with Andy was Dooley,,,they play some good music. The first question I posted about the show was tractor related.Many people liked the post.If I am being a pain now,let me know and Ill stop posting the questions,I do think a lot of people on here like the Andy Griffith show thanks,,,Larry



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JerryS

02-10-2014 17:26:24




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 Re: rr lund in reply to Larry@stinescorner, 02-10-2014 17:16:50  
Larry, I'm not personally interested in the Mayberry trivia, but that doesn't matter, others are. You just keep doing the things you do. In some ways I think you represent the heart and soul of this board. You're a genuinely good guy, and it comes through to everyone. My best to you.



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Larry@stinescorner

02-10-2014 17:38:57




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 Re: rr lund in reply to JerryS, 02-10-2014 17:26:24  
thanks for the kind words,this is a great site, I hope it goes on for many more years,



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