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Goober in a Nutshell
Goober in a Nutshell
Author: George Lindsey, Ken Beck, Jim Clark
ISBN-13: 9780380777396
ISBN-10: 0380777398
Publication Date: 4/1995
Pages: 210
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Publisher: Avon Books (P)
Book Type: Paperback
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" A Nostalgic Stroll down the Country Lane of TV History that No Mayberry Fan Should be Without"
You know him as Mayberry's Goober Pyle- the loveable, lunkheaded auto mechanic with a friendly greeting and a simple smile, bumbling his way in and out of trouble on TV's, "The Andy Griffith Show". Now the man beneath the beanie, actor George Lindsey, tells what life was really like on the set of America's favorite sitcom- with a fascinating, often hilarious behind the scenes look at those incomparible Mayberrians and the stars who portrayed them...from Opie to Barney to Aunt Bee to the main man himself, Sheriff Andy Taylor. Here are the bloopers and mishaps, the off-camera friendships, fueds, and fun that the audience never knew about.
And there's more: The poignant and unforgettable story of George "Goober" Lindsey's rise from smalltown Alabama boy to television inside stories, gossip and goodies from the sets of Mayberry R.F.D. and "HeeHaw". Many black and white photos. Under Category Television/Popular Culture