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May 27, 2008

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Lord Henry

"On the one hand, the down-home lope of The Andy Griffith Show theme, which, although best known as whistled by Earle himself, DID have words..."

And they were written by Everett Sloane, terrific character actor, best known for his work with Welles in CITIZEN KANE and THE LADY FROM SHANGHAI. (Sloane to Rita Hayworth in the latter: " Killing you is killing myself. But, you know, I'm pretty tired of both of us.")

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