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Book Title: The Andy Griffith Show Opie and His Merry Men|
Directors: Richard Crenna
Genre: Comedy, Family
Release Date: 1963-12-30
Runtime: 30 min
Stars: Andy Griffith,Ron Howard,Don Knotts
IMDb Rating: 7.7
Full movie description "The Andy Griffith Show Opie and His Merry Men":Opie and his friends are fascinated by the story of Robin Hood and his Merry Men and have taken to playing in the woods with their bows and arrows. They come across a hobo who convinces them that, if they really want to be like Robin Hood, they should be robbing from the rich and giving to the poor, in other words, people like him. Opie is having some trouble making sense of it all, especially the part about the Sheriff being the bad guy. That notwithstanding, the boys are soon taking food from their homes - Opie an apple pie, another takes a ham and so on - and the hobo is eating quite well. When Andy finally catches on to what is going on, he has to find a way to do his job and make it look like he's trying to be helpful.
Reviews of the The Andy Griffith Show Opie and His Merry MenThis is an extremely well written episode with a fine "conservative" message for kids. Opie and his pals have been playing at "Robin Hood" in the woods. One day they meet a hobo (the word wasn't politically incorrect then) who convinces them that in order to be truly like Robin Hood and his merry men, they should take from those who have and give to those who don't (i.e., him). Opie is at pains to explain to the hobo that his Pa, although a sheriff, is not a bad guy like the Sheriff of Nottingham. The hobo responds that just the same, perhaps Opie should keep his dealings with him (the hobo) a secret. This sets up a classic conflict between children and the adult authority, typical of TAGS.
As I mentioned, this episode imparts fine conservative values. Andy explains the nature of law and order and personal responsibility to Opie, and remarks that the best thing for the hobo would be to help find him a job. Naturally, at the first whiff of this the hobo shows his true colors and runs away. The episode's final segment is the perfect icing on the cake: Opie inquires about the morality of the lies Andy told the hobo in order to make his point to the kids. After hemming and hawing, Andy admits he "doesn't have a leg to stand on," and Opie forgives him. At this point in the series Opie is on the cusp of a more adult perspective on the world, and the episode catches well his tottering between childhood and adulthood. I should also mention that the episode shows Barney at his very Barney-est.
The one slightly jarring note in the episode is sounded by Douglas Fowley as the hobo. Fowley seems to come from another era with his stagey, vaudeville-esque portrayal; it wouldn't be too much of a stretch to imagine him in clown makeup riding a unicycle. A much more realistic portrayal of a hobo was furnished by Buddy Ebsen in the episode "Opie's Hobo Friend." Still, it might be argued that Fowley does a good job at portraying a fanciful, child's view of such an interesting colorful personality. In any event, this is one of the better kid-centered episodes of TAGS.
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