Notable deaths in 2012: A Timeline

Andy Griffith – July 3

The actor brought iconic Southern charm to his many roles, delightfully on the TV series that bore his name and disturbingly in Elia Kazan’s political satire “A Face in the Crowd.” He was also a Grammy-winning gospel singer. | Read More

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    Andy Griffith – July 3The actor brought iconic Southern charm to his many roles, delightfully on the TV series that bore his name and disturbingly in Elia Kazan’s political satire “A Face in the Crowd.” He was also a Grammy-winning gospel singer. | Read More<< PREVIOUS | HOME | NEXT >>

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    Andy Griffith – July 3The actor brought iconic Southern charm to his many roles, delightfully on the TV series that bore his name and disturbingly in Elia Kazan’s political satire “A Face in the Crowd.” He was also a Grammy-winning gospel singer. | Read More<< PREVIOUS | HOME | NEXT >>

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    Paul Krassner on Resisting With Humor

    Andy Griffith – July 3The actor brought iconic Southern charm to his many roles, delightfully on the TV series that bore his name and disturbingly in Elia Kazan’s political satire “A Face in the Crowd.” He was also a Grammy-winning gospel singer. | Read More<< PREVIOUS | HOME | NEXT >>

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    Just for Laughs Festival Is the Coachella of Comedy

    Andy Griffith – July 3The actor brought iconic Southern charm to his many roles, delightfully on the TV series that bore his name and disturbingly in Elia Kazan’s political satire “A Face in the Crowd.” He was also a Grammy-winning gospel singer. | Read More<< PREVIOUS | HOME | NEXT >>

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    Andy Griffith – July 3The actor brought iconic Southern charm to his many roles, delightfully on the TV series that bore his name and disturbingly in Elia Kazan’s political satire “A Face in the Crowd.” He was also a Grammy-winning gospel singer. | Read More<< PREVIOUS | HOME | NEXT >>

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