The Andy Griffith Show

Season 4 Episode 15

Aunt Bee the Crusader

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Aired Monday 9:30 PM Jan 20, 1964 on CBS
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Aunt Bee and most of the women in town rally against Andy when Andy tries to evict a much beloved butter and egg man. In the end, of course, Andy is vindicated.

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  • Aunt Bee the Activist!

    8.5
    This indeed is a very good episode, made truly special by the wonderful acting talents of Frances Bavier, Aunt Bee. Her righteous indignation and staunch stupport of a local farmer being evicted from his family home by the government's need for his land, is a sight to behold. She organizes a protest and is defiant in the face of Andy's insistence that this is the government's right. Andy doesn't like this man--but he's not really sure why. When Barney and Andy discover a still in his barn, because of Opie's looking for a chicken that the farmer had promised him, the episode comes to a climax. Watching Aunt Bee apologize to Andy is also very, very funny. For fans of Aunt Bee this is a MUST SEE!moreless
Jim Nabors

Jim Nabors

Gomer Pyle (1962-1964)

Parley Baer

Parley Baer

Mayor Stoner (1962-1963)

Ron Howard

Ron Howard

Opie Taylor (1960-1968)

Jack Burns

Jack Burns

Deputy Warren Ferguson (1965-1966)

Clint Howard

Clint Howard

Leon

Hal Smith

Hal Smith

Otis Campbell (1960-1967)

Noreen Gammill

Noreen Gammill

Protester

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Charles Lane

Charles Lane

Mr. Frisby

Guest Star

Hal Smith

Hal Smith

Otis Campbell

Recurring Role

Hope Summers

Hope Summers

Bertha Johnson/Clara Edwards

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Mary Lansing

Mary Lansing

Protester

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