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Andy Griffith's career as an actor

2009- Play the Game
Grandpa Joe
2008- Ron Howard's Call to Action (video short)
Andy Taylor
2007- Christmas Is Here Again
Santa Claus (voice)
2007- Waitress
Old Joe
2006 - The Very First Noel (video short)
Melchoir (voice)
2001- Daddy and Them
O.T. Montgomery
2001- Dawson's Creek (TV series)
Mr. Brooks' Friend
– A Winter's Tale (2001) … Mr. Brooks' Friend
2001- Family Law (TV series)
Colin Sawyer
– The Quality of Mercy (2001) … Colin Sawyer
1999 - A Holiday Romance (TV movie)
Jake Peterson
1998 - Scattering Dad (TV movie)
1997 - Diagnosis Murder (TV series)
Ben Matlock
1997 - Close Combat: A Bridge Too Far (Video Game)
British (voice)
1997 - What It Was Was Football (short)
Narrator (uncredited)
1996 - Spy Hard
General Rancor
1995 - Gramps (TV movie)
Jack MacGruder
1986-1995 - Matlock (TV series)
Benjamin Matlock / Ben Matlock / Attorney Ben Matlock / …
1994 - The Gift of Love (TV movie)
Phil Doucet
1986 - Under the Influence (TV movie)
Noah Talbot
1986 - Return to Mayberry (TV movie)
Andy Taylor
1985 - Crime of Innocence (TV movie)
Judge Julius Sullivan
1985 - The Love Boat (TV series)
Larry Cooper
1985 - Hotel (TV series)
J. Scott 'Scotty' Foreman
1985 - Rustlers' Rhapsody
Colonel Ticonderoga
1984 - Fatal Vision (TV movie)
Victor Worheide
1983 - The Demon Murder Case (TV movie)
Guy Harris
1983 - Murder in Coweta County (TV movie)
John Wallace
1982 - Fantasy Island (TV series)
Judge Roy Bean
1982 - For Lovers Only (TV movie)
Vernon Bliss
1982 - Saturday Night Live (TV series)
Andy Taylor
1981 - Best of the West (TV series)
1981 - Murder in Texas (TV movie)
Ash Robinson
1980 - The Yeagers (TV series)
Carroll Yeager
1979 - Salvage 1 (TV series)
Harry Broderick
1979 - Roots: The Next Generations (TV mini-series)
Commander Robert Munroe
1979 - From Here to Eternity (TV mini-series)
Gen. Barney Slater
1978-1979 - Centennial (TV mini-series)
Professor Lewis Vernor
1977 - Deadly Game (TV movie)
Police Chief Abel Marsh
1977 - The Girl in the Empty Grave (TV movie)
Police Chief Abel Marsh
1977 - Washington: Behind Closed Doors (TV mini-series)
Esker Scott Anderson
1976 - Frosty's Winter Wonderland (TV short)
Narrator (voice)
1976 - Six Characters in Search of an Author (TV movie)
The Father
1976 - Street Killing (TV movie)
Gus Brenner
1976 - The Bionic Woman (TV series)
Jack Starkey
1975 - Hearts of the West
Howard Pike aka Billy Pueblo
1975 - Adams of Eagle Lake (TV series)
Sheriff Sam Adams
1974 - Savages (TV movie)
Horton Madec
1974 - Winter Kill (TV movie)
Sheriff Sam McNeill
1974 - Pray for the Wildcats (TV movie)
Sam Farragut
1973 - Here's Lucy (TV series)
Andy Johnson
1973 - Go Ask Alice (TV movie)
1973 - The Doris Day Show (TV series)
Mitch Folger
1972 - Hawaii Five-O (TV series)
Arnold Lovejoy
1972 - The Strangers in 7A (TV movie)
Artie Sawyer
1972 - Mod Squad (TV series)
George Carter
1971 - The New Andy Griffith Show (TV series)
Andy Sawyer
1970 - Headmaster (TV series)
Andy Thompson
1968-1969 - Mayberry R.F.D. (TV series)
Andy Taylor
1969 - Angel in My Pocket
Reverend Samuel D. Whitehead
1960-1968 - The Andy Griffith Show (TV series)
Sheriff Andy Taylor
1966 - Gomer Pyle, U.S.M.C. (TV series)
Sheriff Andy Taylor

1964 - The Danny Kaye Show (TV series)
Sketch Actor

1961 - The Second Time Around
Pat Collins
1960 - The Danny Thomas Show (TV series)
Sheriff Andy Taylor
1958 - Onionhead
Alvin 'Al' Woods aka Onionhead
1958 - No Time for Sergeants
Pvt. Will Stockdale
1958 - Playhouse 90 (TV series)
Prof. Tommy Turner

1955-1958 - The United States Steel Hour (TV series)
Harry Emsen / Will Stockdale

1957 - A Face in the Crowd
Larry 'Lonesome' Rhodes
1957 - The Steve Allen Plymouth Show (TV series)

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  • United Airlines has announced “substantial” policy changes following the recent incident aboard a recent flight when a passenger was dragged off the plane. “The changes are the result of United’s thorough examination of its policies and procedures, and commitment to take action, in the wake of the forced removal of a customer aboard United Express Flight 3411 on April 9,” the statement on the airline’s website read. The airline says they will now limit law enforcement to safety and security issues. It will also not require customers seated on the plane to give up their seat involuntarily unless it poses a safety or security risk. Customer compensation incentives for voluntarily giving up their original seats will be increased up to $10,000. The full list of changes is below: Limit use of law enforcement to safety and security issues only. Not require customers seated on the plane to give up their seat involuntarily unless safety or security is at risk. Increase customer compensation incentives for voluntary denied boarding up to $10,000. Establish a customer solutions team to provide agents with creative solutions such as using nearby airports, other airlines or ground transportations to get customers to their final destination. Ensure crews are booked onto a flight at least 60 minutes prior to departure. Provide employees with additional annual training. Create an automated system for soliciting volunteers to change travel plans. Reduce the amount of overbooking. Empower employees to resolve customer service issues in the moment. Eliminate the red tape on permanently lost bags by adopting a “no questions asked” policy on lost luggage. The CEO of United Airlines, Oscar Muniz, said in the statement, “Every customer deserves to be treated with the highest levels of service and the deepest sense of dignity and respect. Two weeks ago, we failed to meet that standard and we profoundly apologize. However, actions speak louder than words. Today, we are taking concrete, meaningful action to make things right and ensure nothing like this ever happens again.” On April 9, Dr. David Dao was speaking to security personnel who told him to deplane after the airline overbooked the flight. In a video of the incident taken by a fellow passenger, Dao could be heard telling personnel, “I won’t go, I’m a physician I have to work tomorrow, 8 o’clock…” After the officer on board told Dao they’d have to “drag” him off, the 69-year-old doctor responded by saying he flew from Los Angeles and would “rather go to jail” than be forced to depart the plane. “You’d rather go to jail than just get off?” questions the officer. Another video of the incident taken later shows Dao bloodied and bruised as officials with the Chicago Department of Aviation dragged him through the aisle of the aircraft.
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