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Latest Jim Nabors Items
He's the hometown hope, the Butler University alum and die-hard Indiana Pacers fan who has put his modest, one-car program on the pole for the Indianapolis 500 ahead of powerhouse programs from Penske Racing and Andretti Autosport.
Gomer Pyle will be back for this year's Indianapolis 500. Carol Brady is staying home.
Actor Jim Nabors says marrying his longtime male partner doesn't change anything about their relationship _ he just wanted it to be formally acknowledged.
The actor best known for playing the TV character Gomer Pyle in the 1960s has married his male partner of 38 years.
Jim Nabors, the actor best known for playing Gomer Pyle on TV in the 1960s, has married his longtime male partner.
"Americans loved, and still love, the notion of the small town as a manageable, non-threatening, friendly, finite community. ...The black-and-white world that Andy Griffith shaped so masterfully is there for our perusal from a distance, but it is not coming back either on television or anywhere else." - Ted Anthony, Associated Press
It was all too easy to confuse Andy Griffith the actor with Sheriff Andy Taylor, his most famous character from "The Andy Griffith Show."
Andy Griffith's gift to the show that bore his name wasn't just the homespun wisdom of the plain-spoken sheriff he played. It was the place he created: a small town where all foibles are forgiven and friendships are forever, full of characters who felt like family.
Andy Griffith, who made homespun Southern wisdom his trademark as the wise sheriff in "The Andy Griffith Show" and the rumpled defense lawyer in "Matlock," died Tuesday. He was 86.