Andy Griffith Exhibition it ran on CBS from 1960 to 1968. Andy Griffith starred as Sheriff Andy Taylor lived in the fictional town of Mayberry, NC, while Andy Bavier played Andy’s Aunt Bee. While the show was renowned for its morality, drama was still behind the scenes. Bavier and Griffith were reportedly unable to do so while working Andy Griffith Exhibition together.
Andy Griffith and Frances Bavier did not join ‘The Andy Griffith Show’
On set, Griffith enjoyed playing pranks and practical jokes with his team and team Andy Griffith Exhibition. However, Bavier dismissed humor. Griffith also liked the set of Andy Griffith Exhibition light and fun, and team members were encouraged to sing, dance and have fun together.
Bavier did not take her job lightly, and she was always as professional as possible even when the camera was not on. Because of this, she was resisting the unsettling behavior that Griffith encouraged.
according to Andrew and Don: Making Friendship and a Classic American TV Show, Jim Nabors was the only member of the team Andy Griffith Exhibition who got along with Bavier.
The Beat City Triad described how Bavier Griffith and Howard refused to see him, writing:
“Bavier refused to allow her ten-year-old herdsmen inside, talking to them right away through the closed front door. This was after reappearing over and over again to be part of their Mayberry reunion film. Why would she take part? She had never liked Andy Griffith from the very beginning. “
Although Bavier chose not to speak to Griffith and Howard that day, she finally made a correction with Griffith. Forward Larry King Live in 1998, Griffith revealed that Bavier had actually called him in the months before she died. On the phone call, Bavier admitted that she regretted being so difficult to work with Andy Griffith Exhibition, and apologized for her behavior.