Are these scenes from The Andy Griffith Show… or something else?

You need the sharp eyes of Deputy Fife to recognize the real thing.

We know you know The Andy Griffith Show. We've seen your quiz score, and Mayberry fans know that sitcom like the back of their hand.

So let's put that to the test. Sure, it's easy to recognize people. But what about buildings and birds? How about stock footage from classic episodes?

We grabbed random moments from some episodes… and shuffled them with random photographs from the 1960s. Try to tell them apart!

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Are these scenes from The Andy Griffith Show… or something else?

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Irish 12 hours ago
I missed one. Surprise! Surprise! Surprise! I have most of the episodes on....are you ready? VHS! I TAPED THEM ALL! I did buy DVD'S too. Always liked the black & white episodes better. I do with all the early shows. I Love Lucy just isn't the same in color either. What do you think?
a1k9 8 days ago
I watched the Andy Griffith way too much and still do. I have the complete series on DVD.
STTOS 17 days ago
You got 13 out of 14 - Did you have a pleasant drive looking at the scenery? Share your score! Missed #4. Bummer.
Runeshaper 17 days ago
You got 12 out of 14 - excellent for not watching the show! LOL :)
cabugi 18 days ago
14 of 14 ... nailed it! First ever.
TheDavBow3 18 days ago
11/14. Pretty good considering I'm usually bad at Andy Griffith quizzes. I got the Tricky Dickie question right. My parents went to the '64 World's Fair.
67chevroletimpala 18 days ago
8/14 I’ve only seen around 5 episodes, Andy Griffith is on after bed time.
texasluva 19 days ago
Whiskey A Go Go. There'd be some stories there I would bet. Here is one about The Doors and Jim Morrison back in 1966.

The Doors begin their run as the house band at The Whisky a Go Go opening for every group to play there from May 23 to August 21, 1966. They typically performed two sets per night.

Exposed to a wide-ranging audience, The Doors began to experiment daringly. Allegedly, the experiments often took the form of drug trips, and weekly tales of The Doors’ freaked-out adventures flew: “Morrison was so stoned last night he fell off the stage again”.

During this period The Doors opened for artists as Captain Beefheart And His Magic Band, Buffalo Springfield, Love, Them, The Turtles and Johnny Rivers.

The Doors perform as the house band at the Whisky a Go Go for the final time on August 21,1966.
Jim Morrison misses their first set and the other band members play without him. Before the second set, they go looking for him and find him in Room 203 of the Tropicana Hotel. Jim has dropped acid and is wearing only underwear and a pair of boots. The guys quickly get Jim dressed and drag him to the Whisky for their next set. The last song they perform is “The End” and Jim improvises the Oedipal section into it for the first time, inserting lyrics about his mother and father.

Jim later explained what happened in a 1967 interview with the Cleveland Plain Dealer: “One Sunday night at Whisky a Go Go — we were the second band — something clicked. I realized what the whole song was about, what it had been leading up to. It was powerful. It just happened. They fired us the next day.”

Those who wish to hear about Janis Joplin and others at the WAGG can check this site out for more information and stories. Some including videos might be (R) rated. https://whiskyagogo.com/calendar/history/.
texasluva TheDavBow3 18 days ago
27 was not a good age for rockers back then. Brian Jones, Janis Joplin, Hendrix and Jim Morrison all died at that age. There was what was called The 27 Club.
TheDavBow3 texasluva 18 days ago
Brian Jones was probably the most unsung and underrated of the 27 Club.
trogg888 20 days ago
11. not real easy but interesting.if you watched the show you could tell the difference in the quality of the black and white episodes from other footage
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