Andy Griffith's famous 1953 stand-up monologue about college football. It has become one of the most beloved comedy recordings of all time. The illustrations used in this video were drawn...
What it Was, Was Football is a monologue by comedian Andy Griffith. It was recorded in Raleigh, North Carolina for the Colonial label in 1953. Soon, Colonial . Album from 1958. This is a...
Short Film-- A visual recreation of Andy Griffith's classic radio comedy routine.
Here is the late, great Andy Griffith in one of his earliest and most popular routines.
Andy Griffith does his comedic routine on "The Discovery of America", from 1962.
Andy Griffith - What It Was, Was Football Parts 1 & 2.
Haha Andy Griffith's version of Romeo and Juliet. A classic! Look at his versions of the opera Carmen, the Discovery of America, and others on my channel! Too funny! :)
Andy Griffith was a guest on Milton Berle's November 5, 1958 TV show. Milton plays a gunslinger with mental problems, and visits a "FRONTIER PSYCHIATRIST" (ANDY GRIFFITH - HAVE COUCH WILL TRAVEL.)...
"Hamlet" (Narrated by Andy Griffith) The one and only Andy Griffith tells the story of Hamlet in his own inimitable way!
Andy Griffith's classic monologue about a kid from the country stumbling into a college football game edited to ACC football action. I shot and edited the original at a UNC-NCSU game which...
Andy Griffith, in an interview with Morning Exchange in 1972, talks about his role in the film, "A Face In The Crowd." He plays a character named Lonesome Rhodes, who is eerily similar to Donald...
Great Comedian Jerry Clower who played at Mississippi State from Yazoo City,Mississippi.
Shakespeare....according to Andy Griffith. This was taken from archive.org.
a modern take on the classic style of the great Andy Griffith. By comedian Mike Toomey.
Andy describes his first experience at an American football game.
My Parents had this 45 recording when I was growing up. I couldn't find it on here, so ....here it is! =) Special Thanks to Louise from OZ for sharing her BlunderChooks with me!;)
Andy Griffith's version of Cleopatra...I'll bet you never saw it his way before!!
Andy Griffith's standup comedian act: his first impression of Football...not for real, but funny :P His most famous one.
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