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1981: The Prince of Wales and the Lady Diana Spencer end months of speculation by announcing they are to wed this summer BORN STEVE Jobs, inventor, 1955, above KRISTIN Davis, US actress, 1965 FLOYD Mayweather, boxer, 1977 DIED DINAH Shore, US singer, 1994 HENRY Cavendish, philospopher, 1810 DON Knotts, US actor, 2006, above
For eight years, he starred as Andy Taylor, the kind-hearted Sheriff of Mayberry, alongside then-child actor Ron Howard ("Happy Days") as his son Opie and hilarious character actor, Don Knotts ("Three's Company"), as Deputy Barney Fife.
Cox, an author of books on pop culture, film, and television, and Marhanka, a pop culture critic and film and television show collector, present a book on the complete films of comedian Don Knotts, from No Time for Sergeants to Pleasantville.
Typical 1990s kids--Dave (Tobey Maguire and Jennifer (Reese Witherspoon)--are, through the intervention of TV repair technician Don Knotts, literally zapped into a 1950s sitcom called Pleasantville.
The film is for all ages, with broad comedy and exciting action-adventure sequences, featuring an all-star cast, voiced by Zach Braff as Chicken Little, Joan Cusack as Abby Mallard, Steve Zahn as Runt of the Litter, Garry Marshall as Buck Cluck and Don Knotts as the irrepressible mayor of Oakey Oaks.
Griffith was joined in the sheriff's office by his nervous and over-zealous cousin and deputy, Barney Fife who was played by the late Don Knotts.
Scrubs star Zach Braff voices the main character, while Garry Marshall and Don Knotts also appear.
On page 6 read about two plays being presented at the Lonny Chapman Group Repertory Theatre in North Hollywood -- Bluff, which deals with a couple's romantic journey, and Tied Up in Knotts, a one-woman show starring Karen Knotts, daughter of comic legend Don Knotts.