See Ya, barney

Discussion in 'Entertainment Discussion' started by Newk, Feb 25, 2006.

  1. Newk

    Newk Regular Member

  2. Eison

    Eison Regular Member

    No one quite did the [​IMG] eyes like Don Knotts.

    I think he is one of those performers that doesn't get a ton of continuing hype or attention as his age grew but career slowed down. But because of some of the characters he played in childrens movies and the tv stuff he is one of those that was really "loved" by his fans.
  3. rantingredneck

    rantingredneck Regular Member


    Ever see the movie, I think it was called Private Eyes, with him and Tim Conway..............Freakin Hilarious............one of my all time favorites
  4. Newk

    Newk Regular Member


    I haven't seen that in so long I can barely remember it.
  5. Ron Burgundy

    Ron Burgundy Regular Member

    To the end, Don Knotts and Andy Griffith were a team.



    Knotts, the jittery Deputy Barney Fife to Griffith's imminently calm Sheriff Taylor for five Emmy-winning seasons on "The Andy Griffith Show," died of lung cancer Friday in Los Angeles. The iconic comic actor was said to have been surrounded by family and a pair of friends--Griffith and his wife.



    Knotts was 81.



    The announcement of Knotts' passing was made, appropriately enough, by TV Land, the cable network specializing in shows, such as "Andy Griffith," that bear up to repeated viewing.



    http://www.eonline.com/News/Items/0,1,1843....html?rsslatest
  6. Ron Burgundy

    Ron Burgundy Regular Member

    To the end, Don Knotts and Andy Griffith were a team.



    Knotts, the jittery Deputy Barney Fife to Griffith's imminently calm Sheriff Taylor for five Emmy-winning seasons on "The Andy Griffith Show," died of lung cancer Friday in Los Angeles. The iconic comic actor was said to have been surrounded by family and a pair of friends--Griffith and his wife.



    Knotts was 81.



    The announcement of Knotts' passing was made, appropriately enough, by TV Land, the cable network specializing in shows, such as "Andy Griffith," that bear up to repeated viewing.



    http://www.eonline.com/News/Items/0,1,1843....html?rsslatest

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