The Andy Griffith Show

Season 5 Episode 11

The Pageant

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Aired Monday 9:30 PM Nov 30, 1964 on CBS
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Aunt Bee gets the lead role in the Centennial Pageant, as Lady Mayberry. She is, however, not up to the challenge, and Andy must find a way to tell her.

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  • Aunt Bee the Diva!

    8.0
    Aunt Bee's Thespian talents are tested as Miss Mayberry--and she is deliciously bad! The episode is a bit creaky in spots--corny if you will--but the ending is very sweet and endearing to long term viewers. It's always nice to see Frances Bavier's episodes in the series--no matter how trite the lines--she is able to bring an extra dimension to all she touches. A very good entry in the series.
Ron Howard

Ron Howard

Opie Taylor (1960-1968)

Don Knotts

Don Knotts

Barney Fife (1960-1965)

Andy Griffith

Andy Griffith

Sheriff Andy Taylor (1960-1968)

Frances Bavier

Frances Bavier

Aunt Bee Taylor (1960-1968)

Howard McNear

Howard McNear

Floyd Lawson (1960-67)

Barbara Perry

Barbara Perry

Doris Williams

Guest Star

James Brewer

James Brewer

Duane

Guest Star

Hope Summers

Hope Summers

Clara Edwards

Recurring Role

Olan Soule

Olan Soule

John Masters

Recurring Role

Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions

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  • NOTES (2)

    • This is the last appearance of John Masters - Mayberry Choir Director and part time clerk at the Mayberry Hotel.

    • The pageant featured in this episode is referred to as a Centennial Pageant to celebrate Mayberry's first 100 years. However, based on the content of the pageant itself and numerous other reference to Mayberry's role in both the American Civil War and the Revolutionary War, Mayberry was clearly founded in the 1700's which would have made the pageant a Bicentennial Pageant.

  • ALLUSIONS (1)

    • Barney says in reference to Aunt Bee's acting attempts "Not even Tex Ritter got it right at the bat". Tex Ritter, the famous singing cowboy, was the father of John Ritter, who Don Knotts eventually co-starred with in Three's Company.

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