Mayberry R.F.D. (1968–1971)
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Millie, the Model 

Milie is given the opportunity to travel to New York City and be a model. She is excited and accepts the offer. Sam is happy for her but it isn't long before he starts to have misgivings and he's off to NYC himself.

Director:

Hal Cooper

Writers:

Burt Styler, Bob Ross (created by)
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Ken Berry ... Sam Jones
Frances Bavier ... Aunt Bee Taylor
George Lindsey ... Goober Pyle
Arlene Golonka ... Millie Swanson
Paul Hartman ... Emmett Clark
June Vincent ... Miss Rogers
Laurie Main ... Thornton Avery
Eve McVeagh Eve McVeagh ... Mrs. Whittaker
Norman Leavitt ... Mr. Felton
Linda Meiklejohn Linda Meiklejohn ... Hilda
George N. Neise ... Austin Harlowe
Quinn K. Redeker ... Barry (as Quinn Redeker)
Forrest Compton ... Biddleton
Margaret Muse Margaret Muse ... Mrs. Harlowe
Farrah Fawcett ... Show Girl #1
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Milie is given the opportunity to travel to New York City and be a model. She is excited and accepts the offer. Sam is happy for her but it isn't long before he starts to have misgivings and he's off to NYC himself.

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Genres:

Comedy | Family

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Language:

English

Release Date:

20 October 1969 (USA) See more »

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Production Co:

RFD Productions See more »
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Technical Specs

Sound Mix:

Mono

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Referenced in Mayberry R.F.D.: The Sculptor (1970) See more »

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Millie in Manhattan
8 November 2019 | by JordanThomasHallSee all my reviews

Millie visits a Mt. Pilot dress shop run by a friend, Mrs. Emma Whittaker (Eve McVeagh, "High Noon") anxious for her to try on a new line of dresses. Millie is introduced to the garment's designer Miss Rogers (June Vincent) who asks her to come to New York to model the line for fashion magazines. Miss Rogers seeks an attractive woman radiating a genuine character that professional models lack. Sam and Millie's friends are supportive as she sets out for Manhattan. A week passes without word from Millie. A postcard had been overlooked by the postman (Norman Leavitt), but another week passes without further communication. Sam decides to go to New York under the pretense of investing money directly on Wall Street. He arrives to get up with Millie who is ecstatic to see him. She struggles to have time for him, however, between photo shoots and parties. The consciences are unexpected.

Settling into the second season, "Mayberry R.F.D." has shown what it will be as a series. Those expecting "The Andy Griffith Show" will be sorely disappointed. The tone here is much softer. The stories are often light and not very developed, and the laughs few and far between. It's just a sweet little visit with old friends. "Mayberry R.F.D." merely allows us to mingle in the most idyllic town ever created for a little longer.


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