TCM to remember Andy Griffith with four-film tribute on July 18

Legendary actor Andy Griffith passed away today at the age of 86. While he may be most remembered and beloved from his television work on The Andy Griffith Show and Matlock, Griffith was also a fantastic actor of both the stage and screen, and not just in comedic roles.

Turner Classic Movies will give you the chance to enjoy some of Griffith’s most memorable movie performances on July 18, when the network will air a four-film marathon in tribute to the late actor. The lineup will be as follows:

Andy Griffith Film Marathon, Wednesday, July 18 on TCM

8pm ET — A Face in the Crowd (1957, pictured). Also stars Patricia Neal, Anthony Franciosa, Walter Matthau and Lee Remick. Directed by Elia Kazan.

10:15pm ET — No Time For Sergeants (1958). Also stars Myron McCormick, Nick Adams, Murray Hamilton and Don Knotts. Directed by Mervyn LeRoy.

12:30am ET — Hearts of the West (1975). Also stars Jeff Bridges, Donald Pleasance, Blythe Danner, Alan Arkin, Richard B. Shull, Herb Edelman, Alex Rocco and Marie Windsor. Directed by Howard Zieff.

2:15am ET — Onionhead (1958) — Also stars Felicia Farr, Walter Matthau, Erin O’Brien, Joe Mantell, Ray Danton, James Gregory and Joey Bishop. Directed by Norman Taurog.

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Credit: TCM

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2 Responses to TCM to remember Andy Griffith with four-film tribute on July 18

  1. Gloria Keeley says:

    Andy Taylor was the Will Rogers of Mayberry. His tolerance of the differences of people will be remembered and honored as long as people are able to watch The Andy Griffith Show. There is no other actor like him. His range was vast and very few knew that. RIP, my friend, Andy Griffith. I’ll always think of you.

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