GREAT CINEMATOGRAPHERS


#1: "The Doctor Takes a Wife" [1940] - Courtesy of the ASC

#2: [At camera] with dir William Wellman [1932]

#3: [Left] with dir Robert Florey [seated] - "I Am a Thief" [1934]

 

   


SIDNEY HICKOX

 

Born: 15 July 1895, New York City, N.Y., USA, as Sidney 'Sid' Barnett Hickox.

Died: 16 May 1982, La Cañada Flintridge, Calif., USA.

Career: Became c.asst at the [American Mutoscope and] Biograph Company in 1915. Chief ph in the US Naval Air Service in 1917. Moved to Los Angeles joining the staff of First National Pictures. After the studio was bought by Warner Bros. in 1928, he remained there until his retirement from feature films in 1954.

Was a member of the ASC.

Played the role of cameraman in ep #186 'The Foster Lady' [d: Alan Rafkin] of 'The Andy Griffith Show' [6th season, 1965-66].



'In the 1930s, Warner Bros. was, by reputation, a studio renowned for cheese-paring and corner-cutting of every kind. That this is often not blatantly apparent on the screen is a tribute to the skills of Sidney Hickox and his pals Tony Gaudio, Ernest Haller, etc. In the financially better-upholstered wartime and post-war projects, Hickox made vital contributions to some of the best films of Howard Hawks and [especially] Raoul Walsh, as well as to the prevailing crime pictures and Westerns generally.' [Bob Baker in 'Film Dope', #24, March 1982.]


 

 FILMS [1 reel = c. 10m]

1916

Gloria's Romance [Colin Campbell & Walter Edwin] b&w; 20-part serial; cph: ?; prod Kleine Productions

1921

School Days [William Nigh] b&w + color title cards; cph: Jack Brown; prod Harry Rapf Productions

1922

Your Best Friend [William Nigh] b&w; cph: Jack Brown & James Diamond; prod Harry Rapf Productions

1923

Marriage Morals [William Nigh] b&w; cph: Jack Brown & Jo Moran; prod Weber & North Productions

1925

The Little Giant [William Nigh] b&w; prod Universal Pictures

1927

The Private Live of Helen of Troy/Helen of Troy [Alexander Korda (replaced George Fitzmaurice)] b&w; cph: Lee Garmes; prod First National Pictures (FN)

1927

Sailors' Wives [Joseph Henabery] b&w; 6 reels; prod FN

1928

Happiness Ahead [William A. Seiter] b&w; prod FN

1928

Oh Kay! [Mervyn LeRoy] b&w; 6 reels; prod FN

1928

Lilac Time/Love Never Dies [George Fitzmaurice & (uncred) Frank Lloyd] b&w; aph: Alvin Knechtel; silent & silent + sound seq versions; prod FN

1928

Synthetic Sin [William A. Seiter] b&w; silent & silent + sound seq versions; prod FN

1929

Why Be Good?/That's a Bad Girl [William A. Seiter] b&w; silent & sound versions; prod FN

1929

Hot Stuff [Mervyn LeRoy] b&w; spph: Alvin Knechtel; silent & silent + sound seq versions; prod FN

1929

Two Weeks Off [William Beaudine] b&w; silent & silent + sound seq versions; prod FN

1929

Smiling Irish Eyes [William A. Seiter] b&w; cph: Henry Freulich; silent & sound versions; prod FN

1929

Footlights and Fools [William A. Seiter] b&w-c; cph: Henry Freulich; prod FN

1929

The Love Racket/Such Things Happen [William A. Seiter] b&w; silent & sound versions; prod FN

1930

Strictly Modern [William A. Seiter] b&w; 63m; prod FN

1930

Those Who Dance [William Beaudine] b&w; silent & sound versions; prod Warner Bros. Pictures

1930

Contre-enquête [Jean Daumery] b&w; French version of 'Those Who Dance'

1930

Der Tanz geht weiter/The Dance Goes On [Wilhelm (William) Dieterle] b&w; German-language version of 'Those Who Dance'

1930

The Flirting Widow [William A. Seiter] b&w

1930

Sweet Mama/Conflict [Edward Cline] b&w; 54m

1930

Top Speed [Mervyn LeRoy] b&w

1930

The Way of All Men/The Sin Flood [Frank Lloyd] b&w; 69m

1930

Die Maske fällt [William Dieterle] b&w; German-language version of 'The Way of All Men'

1930

The Gorilla [Bryan Foy] b&w

1930

The Naughty Flirt [Edward Cline] b&w; 56m

1930

Kismet [William Dieterle] b&w; German-language version of 'Kismet' (d: John Francis Dillon; ph: John F. Seitz)

1930

Dämon des Meeres [Michael Curtiz & (uncred) William Dieterle] b&w; German-language version of 'Moby Dick' (d: Lloyd Bacon; ph: Robert Kurrle)

1930

Party Husband [Clarence Badger] b&w; filmed 1930-31

1931

Too Young to Marry/Broken Dishes [Mervyn LeRoy] b&w; 67m

1931

Broadminded [Mervyn LeRoy] b&w; 65m

1931

The Last Flight [William Dieterle] b&w

1931

Pleasure [Otto Brower] b&w

1931

Convicted [Christy Cabanne] b&w; 63m

1931

Blonde Crazy/Larceny Lane [Roy Del Ruth] b&w; cph: Ernest Haller

1931

The Sea Ghost/U-67 [William Nigh] b&w; 64m

1931

Safe in Hell/The Lost Lady [William A. Wellman] b&w

1931

The Hatchet Man/The Honourable Mr. Wong [William A. Wellman] b&w

1931

The Crowd Roars [Howard Hawks] b&w; cph: John Stumar, Carl Akeley & Ray Ramsey; aph: Elmer Dyer; filmed 1931-32

1932

So Big! [William A. Wellman] b&w

1932

Love Is a Racket/Such Things Happen [William A. Wellman] b&w

1932

The Purchase Price [William A. Wellman] b&w; 68m

1932

A Bill of Divorcement [George Cukor] b&w; prod RKO Radio Pictures

1932

Central Park [John G. Adolfi] b&w; 58m

 

 

1932

Frisco Jenny [William A. Wellman] b&w

1933

The Little Giant [Roy Del Ruth] b&w

1933

Grand Slam [William Dieterle] b&w; 67m

1933

Central Airport [William A. Wellman & (uncred fill-in) Alfred E. Green] b&w; aph: Elmer Dyer

1933

Mary Stevens M.D. [Lloyd Bacon] b&w

1933

The Avenger [Edwin L. Marin] b&w; prod Monogram

1933

Sensation Hunters [Charles Vidor] b&w

1933

Female [Michael Curtiz (finished film); (uncred) William Dieterle (started film) & William A. Wellman (17 scenes)] b&w; 60m

1933

The Big Shakedown [John Francis Dillon] b&w; 64m

1933

Bedside [Robert Florey] b&w; 63m

1933

Heat Lightning [Mervyn LeRoy] b&w; 63m

1933

Twenty Million Sweethearts [Ray Enright & (mus seq) Busby Berkeley] b&w; filmed 1933-34

1934

Registered Nurse [Robert Florey] b&w; 63m

1934

The Circus Clown [Ray Enright] b&w; 63m

1934

Dames [Ray Enright & (mus numbers) Busby Berkeley] b&w; cph: George Barnes & Sol Polito

1934

A Lost Lady/Courageous [Alfred E. Green & (uncred) Phil Rosen] b&w; 61m

1934

I Sell Anything [Robert Florey (replaced Ray Enright)] b&w

1934

The St. Louis Kid/A Perfect Weekend [Ray Enright] b&w; 67m

1934

O, Sailor Behave! [Ralph Staub] b&w; short/?m

1934

Living on Velvet [Frank Borzage] b&w

1934

I Am a Thief [Robert Florey] b&w; 64m

1934

The Right to Live/The Sacred Flame [William Keighley] b&w

1935

Stranded [Frank Borzage] b&w

1935

Bright Lights/Funny Face [Busby Berkeley] b&w

1935

The Goose and the Gander [Alfred E. Green] b&w; 65m

1935

Special Agent [William Keighley] b&w

1935

I Found Stella Parish [Mervyn LeRoy] b&w; sfx ph: Fred Jackman & Willard Van Enger

1935

Freshman Love/Rhythm on the River [William McGann] b&w

1935

Brides Are Like That [William McGann] b&w

1936

The Law in Her Hands [William Clemens] b&w; 58m

1936

Two Against the World/The Case of Mrs. Pembroke [William McGann] b&w; 64m; sfx ph: Fred Jackman & Rex Wimpy

1936

Trailin' West/On Secret Service [Noel Smith] b&w; 59m; cph: Ted McCord

1936

The Case of the Velvet Claws [William Clemens] b&w; 63m

1936

Give Me Your Heart/Sweet Aloes [Archie Mayo] b&w

1936

Stolen Holiday [Michael Curtiz] b&w; spec pfx: Fred Jackman

1936

San Quentin [Lloyd Bacon] b&w; sfx ph: H.F. Koenekamp & James Gibbons

1936

Slim [Ray Enright] b&w; spec pfx: Byron Haskin; filmed 1936-37

1937

The Singing Marine [Ray Enright] b&w; uncred cph; ph: Arthur Todd

1937

Confession [Joe May] b&w; remake of 'Mazurka' (1935; d: Willi Forst; ph: Konstantin Irmen-Tschet)

1937

First Lady [Stanley Logan] b&w

1937

Missing Witnesses/Missing Witness [William Clemens] b&w; 60m

1937

Women Are Like That [Stanley Logan] b&w

1937

A Slight Case of Murder [Lloyd Bacon] b&w

1937

Men Are Such Fools [Busby Berkeley] b&w; filmed 1937-38

1938

Secrets of an Actress [William Keighley] b&w

1938

My Bill [John Farrow] b&w; 64m

1938

King of the Underworld [Lewis Seiler] b&w

1938

Blackwell's Island [William McGann & (uncred) Michael Curtiz] b&w

1938

Women in the Wind [John Farrow] b&w; 63m

1938

The Kid From Kokomo/Orphan of the Ring [Lewis Seiler] b&w; filmed 1938-39

1939

Indianapolis Speedway/Devil on Wheels [Lloyd Bacon] b&w

1939

British Intelligence/Enemy Agent [Terry Morse] b&w; 61m

1939

Everybody's Hobby [William McGann] b&w; 54m

1939

The Return of Doctor X [Vincent Sherman] b&w; 62m

1939

Tear Gas Squad/State Cop [Terry O. Morse] b&w; 55m

1939

King of the Lumberjacks [William Clemens] b&w; 58m; sfx ph: Edwin B. DuPar & Byron Haskin

1940

Alex in Wonderland [Charles F. Reisner] b&w; short/14m

 

On the set of the Columbia comedy "The Doctor Takes a Wife", director Alexander Hall [seated, center] and cinematographer Sidney Hickox, ASC [standing, center, wearing the fedora], and their crew look on as actors Loretta Young [seated], Ray Milland, and Gail Patrick rehearse. [Courtesy of the American Society of Cinematographers]

 

1940

The Doctor Takes a Wife [Alexander Hall] b&w

1940

The Man Who Talked Too Much/Broadway Lawyer/The Sentence [Vincent Sherman] b&w

1940

Flowing Gold [Alfred E. Green] b&w; sfx ph: Byron Haskin & Willard Van Enger

1940

East of the River/Mama Raviola [Alfred E. Green] b&w

1940

The Wagons Roll at Night [Ray Enright] b&w; sfx ph: Byron Haskin & H.F. Koenekamp

1941

Thieves Fall Out [Ray Enright] b&w

1941

Hal Kemp and His Orchestra [Jean Negulesco] b&w; mus short/9m

1941

Underground [Vincent Sherman] b&w

1941

Law of the Tropics [Ray Enright] b&w

1941

All Through the Night [Vincent Sherman] b&w; sfx ph: Edwin B. DuPar

1941

Always in My Heart [Jo Graham] b&w; sfx ph: Byron Haskin & Edwin B. DuPar

1942

The Big Shot [Lewis Seiler] b&w

1942

Gentleman Jim [Raoul Walsh] b&w

1942

Edge of Darkness [Lewis Milestone] b&w; sfx ph: Lawrence Butler (dir) & Willard Van Enger

1943

The Voice That Thrilled the World [Jean Negulesco] b&w; doc/18m

1943

Northern Pursuit [Raoul Walsh] b&w; sfx ph: E. Roy Davidson

1943

Uncertain Glory [Raoul Walsh] b&w; sfx ph: E. Roy Davidson

1943

The Horn Blows at Midnight [Raoul Walsh] b&w; sfx ph: Robert Burks, Lawrence Butler, Warren E. Lynch & William McGann; filmed 1943-44

1944

To Have and Have Not [Howard Hawks] b&w; sfx ph: E. Roy Davidson (dir) & Rex Wimpy

1944

I Am an American [Crane Wilbur] b&w; short/16m

1944

God Is My Co-Pilot [Robert Florey] b&w; aph: Charles Marshall; sfx ph: E. Roy Davidson (dir), Edwin B. DuPar & Robert Burks

 

 

1944

The Big Sleep [Howard Hawks] b&w; sfx ph: E. Roy Davidson (dir), Warren E. Lynch, William McGann, Robert Burks & Willard Van Enger; filmed 1944-45; add scenes and retakes were ph in January 1946; 2 versions: 1945 (no general release) & 1946 (re-edited + add scenes)

1945

The Man I Love [Raoul Walsh] b&w; sfx ph: Harry Barndollar & Edwin B. DuPar

1946

Cheyenne/The Wyoming Kid [Raoul Walsh] b&w; sfx ph: H.F. Koenekamp & William McGann

1946

Possessed [Curtis Bernhardt] b&w; uncred cph (replaced after 38 days at the request of actress Joan Crawford); ph: Joseph Valentine; sfx ph: Robert Burks & William McGann

 

Cinematographer Sidney Hickox, ASC [center, in trench coat] looks on as Clifton Young and Humphrey Bogart duke it out for director Delmer Daves while shooting the film noir thriller "Dark Passage" on location in San Francisco. [Courtesy of the American Society of Cinematographers]

 

1946

Dark Passage [Delmer Daves] b&w; sfx ph: H.F. Koenekamp; filmed 1946-47

1947

Silver River [Raoul Walsh] b&w; sfx ph: William McGann (dir) & Edwin DuPar

1948

One Sunday Afternoon [Raoul Walsh] c; cph: Wilfred M. Cline

1948

Fighter Squadron [Raoul Walsh] c; cph: Wilfred M. Cline; sfx ph: E. Roy Davidson, John Holden & H.F. Koenekamp

1948

Colorado Territory/North of the Rio Grande [Raoul Walsh] b&w; sfx ph: William McGann (dir) & H.F. Koenekamp

1949

White Heat [Raoul Walsh] b&w; sfx ph: E. Roy Davidson & H.F. Koenekamp

1949

The Great Jewel Robber [Peter Godfrey] b&w

1949

Three Secrets [Robert Wise] b&w; sfx ph: Edwin B. DuPar & William McGann

 

[Right] having breakfast with actress Ruth Roman

"Lightning Strikes Twice" - photo by Ed Clark [LIFE magazine]

 

On location shooting the Warner Bros. drama "Lightning Strikes Twice", director King Vidor, [seated front] observes actors Ruth Roman and Richard Todd. Cinematographer Sidney Hickox, ASC [standing right behind the operator, wearing glasses and a fedora] was a noted action specialist, yet perhaps best know for his atmospheric work in "To Have and Have Not", "The Big Sleep", "Dark Passage" and "White Heat". [Courtesy of the American Society of Cinematographers]

 

1950

Lightning Strikes Twice [King Vidor] b&w

1950

The West Point Story/Fine and Dandy [Roy Del Ruth] b&w; sfx ph: Edwin B. DuPar

1950

Along the Great Divide/The Travelers [Raoul Walsh] b&w

1950

Fort Worth [Edwin L. Marin] c; sfx ph: H.F. Koenekamp & William McGann; filmed 1950-51

1951

Distant Drums [Raoul Walsh] c

1951

The Winning Team [Lewis Seiler] b&w; sfx ph: H.F. Koenekamp; filmed 1951-52

1953

So You Want to Learn to Dance [Richard Bare] b&w; short/10m

1953

So You Want a Television Set [Richard Bare] b&w; short/10m

1953

Blowing Wild [Hugo Fregonese] b&w

 

 

1953

Them! [Gordon Douglas] b&w (+ title in color)

1953

Lucky Me [Jack Donohue] cs/c; 2uc; ph: Wilfred M. Cline; filmed 1953-54

 

S. Hickox - Van Heflin - Raoul Walsh - "Battle Cry"

 

1954

Battle Cry [Raoul Walsh] cs/b&w-c; uncred 2uc: Ted McCord

1954

Drum Beat [Delmer Daves] cs/c; 2uc; ph: J. Peverell Marley

1954

Helen of Troy [Robert Wise] c; co-2uc; ph: Harry Stradling Sr.

 

 TELEVISION

1954

The Web [Tim Whelan] unsold & unaired pilot/b&w; followed live dramatic anthology series, 1950-54 (CBS-tv)

1955

Just Off Broadway [George M. Cahan] unsold & unaired pilot/b&w; prod by Desilu

1955

The Life and Legend of Wyatt Earp [pilot/ep #1 'How Wyatt Earp Became a Marshal/Mr. Earp Becomes a Marshall' dir by Lewis R. Foster] 226-part western series/b&w, 1955-61 (ABC-tv); 1st season, 1955-56

1955

Our Miss Brooks [e.g. ep #103 'Burnt Picnic Basket' dir by Al Lewis] 130-part sitcom series/b&w, 1952-56 (CBS-tv); 4th season, 1955-56

1955

My Favorite Husband [ep #3.1 'The Perfect Maid/The Maid' dir by Edward Buzzell, #3.9 'The Painting' dir by William A. Seiter (WAS) & #3.10 'The Statue' dir by WAS] 78 (?)-part sitcom series/b&w, 1953-55 (live) & 1955 (filmed) (CBS-tv); 3rd season, 1955 (13 ep)

1955

December Bride [e.g. ep #51 'The Texas Show: Part 1' dir by Jerry Thorpe (JT) & #62 'The Beauty Pageant' dir by JT] 157-part sitcom series/b&w, 1954-59 (CBS-tv); 2nd season, 1955-56

1956

The Fountain of Youth [Orson Welles] tvm/b&w/27m; pilot for a new Desilu series, but not picked up; shown in September 1958 as part of the 'Colgate Theatre' (NBC-tv)

1956

December Bride [e.g. ep #66 'The Rory Calhoun Show' dir by Jerry Thorpe (JT), #69 'The Prize Fighter' dir by JT & #81 'The Budget Show' dir by JT] 3rd season, 1956-57; see 1955

1956

The 'I Love Lucy' Christmas Show [James V. Kern] special (aired 24 December)

1956

I Love Lucy/The Lucy Show [ep #162 'The Ricardos Visit Cuba' dir by James V. Kern (JVK), #163 'Little Ricky's School Pageant' dir by JVK, #164 'Lucy and the Loving Cup' dir by JVK, #165 'Lucy and Superman' dir by JVK, #166 'Little Ricky Gets a Dog' dir by JVK, #167 'Lucy Wants to Move to the Country' dir by William Asher (WA), #168 'Lucy Hates to Leave' dir by WA, #169 'Lucy Misses the Mertzes' dir by WA, #170 'Lucy Gets Chummy with the Neighbors' dir by WA, #171 'Lucy Raises Chickens' dir by WA, #172 'Lucy Does the Tango' dir by WA, #173 'Lucy's Ragtime Band' dir by WA, #174 'Lucy's Night in Town' dir by WA, #175 'Lucy's Housewarming' dir by WA, #176 'Building a Barbecue' dir by WA, #177 'Country Club Dance' dir by WA, #178 'Lucy Raises Tulips' dir by WA & #179 'The Ricardos Dedicate a Statue' dir by WA] 179-part sitcom series/b&w, 1951-57; 6th season, 1956-57

 

 

1957

The Lucy-Desi Comedy Hour/The Lucille Ball-Desi Arnaz Show/We Love Lucy [ep #1 'Lucy Takes a Cruise to Havana' dir by Jerry Thorpe (JT), #2 'The Celebrity Next Door' dir by JT, #3 'Lucy Hunts Uranium' dir by JT, #4 'Lucy Wins a Racehorse' dir by JT & #5 'Lucy Goes to Sun Valley' dir by JT] 13-part series of full-hour sitcom specials/b&w, 1957-60; 1st season, 1957-58

1957

December Bride [e.g. ep #96 'Vallee's Protege' dir by Frederick De Cordova] 4th season, 1957-58; see 1955

1957

Date with the Angels [ep #26 'The Christmas Show: Santa's Helper' dir by James V. Kern] 33-part sitcom series/b&w, 1957-58 (ABC-tv); other ph: Nicholas Musuraca

1958

The Texan [ep #1 'Law of the Gun/Texan in Town' dir by Jerry Thorpe (or Earl C. Kenton)] 79-part western series/b&w, 1958-60 (CBS-tv); 1st season, 1958-59; other ph: Paul Ivano & Charles Straumer

1958

The Lucy-Desi Comedy Hour/The Lucille Ball-Desi Arnaz Show/We Love Lucy [ep #6 'Lucy Goes to Mexico' dir by Jerry Thorpe (JT), #7 'Lucy Makes Room for Danny' dir by JT, #8 'Lucy Goes to Alaska' dir by JT & #9 'Lucy Wants a Career' dir by JT] 2nd season, 1958-59; other ph: Nicholas Musuraca; see 1957

1959

The Red Skelton Show [ep #8.18 'Clem in Miami Beach' dir by Seymour Berns] 622-part comedy variety series/b&w-c, 1951-53 (NBC-tv), 1953-70 (CBS-tv) & 1970-71 (NBC-tv); 8th season/b&w, 1958-59

1959

December Bride [e.g. ep #152 'The Texan, Rory Calhoun' dir by Frederick De Cordova] 5th season, 1958-59; see 1955

1959

The Lucy-Desi Comedy Hour/The Lucille Ball-Desi Arnaz Show/We Love Lucy [ep #11 'Milton Berle Hides Out at the Ricardos' dir by Desi Arnaz (DA), #12 'The Ricardos Go to Japan' dir by DA & #13 'Lucy Meets the Mustache' dir by DA] 3rd season, 1959-60; see 1957

1959

The Jack Benny Program/The Jack Benny Show/The Lucky Strike Program [e.g. ep #112 'Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Stewart Show/The Jimmy Stewart Show' dir by Seymour Berns] 258-part comedy series/b&w, 1950-64 (CBS-tv) & 1964-65 (NBC-tv); 10th season, 1959-60

1959

Sunday Showcase [ep #7 'The Milton Berle Special' dir by Desi Arnaz] 36-part series of specials (incl. episodes of 'Our American Heritage', a.o.), 1959-60 (NBC-tv)

1959

Westinghouse Desilu Playhouse [ep #41 'The Man in the Funny Suit' dir by Ralph Nelson] 43-part dramatic anthology series/b&w, 1958-60 (CBS-tv); 2nd season, 1959-60

1960

The Andy Griffith Show/Andy of Mayberry (reruns title) [31 ep dir by various] 249-part sitcom series/b&w-c, 1960-68 (CBS-tv); 1st season/b&w, 1960-61

1961

The Jack Benny Program/The Jack Benny Show/The Lucky Strike Program [e.g. ep #153 'Jack Goes to an Auction/Jack Takes the Stewarts to a Play' dir by Frederick De Cordova] 12th season, 1961-62; see 1959

1961

The Andy Griffith Show/Andy of Mayberry [29 ep dir by various] 2nd season/b&w, 1961-62; see 1960

 

 

1962

The Andy Griffith Show/Andy of Mayberry [32 ep dir by various] 3rd season/b&w, 1962-63; see 1960

1962

The Jack Benny Program/The Jack Benny Show/The Lucky Strike Program [e.g. ep #186 'Jack Referees a Wrestling Match' dir by Frederick De Cordova (FDC), #188 'The Story of the New Talent Show' dir by FDC & #201 'A Dummy Replaces Jack' dir by FDC] 13th season, 1962-63; see 1959

1963

The Andy Griffith Show/Andy of Mayberry [30 ep dir by various] 4th season/b&w, 1963-64; see 1960

1964

The Andy Griffith Show/Andy of Mayberry [27 ep dir by various] 5th season/b&w, 1964-65; see 1960

 

#2: [Right/hat] - "The Foster Lady"

 

1965

The Andy Griffith Show/Andy of Mayberry [30 ep (e.g. #186 'The Foster Lady') dir by various] 6th season/c, 1965-66; + part as cameraman in ep #186; see 1960

1965

I Spy [ep #14 'Affair in T'Sien Cha' dir by Sheldon Leonard] 82-part espionage series, 1965-68 (NBC-tv); loc ph: Fouad Said; ep #14 was originally the series pilot

1966

The Andy Griffith Show/Andy of Mayberry [30 ep dir by various] 7th season/c, 1966-67; see 1960

1967

The Andy Griffith Show/Andy of Mayberry [30 ep dir by various] 8th season/c, 1967-68; see 1960

1968

Mayberry R.F.D. [26 ep dir by various] 78-part sitcom series, 1968-71 (CBS-tv); 1st season, 1968-69

1969

Mayberry R.F.D. [26 ep dir by various] 2nd season, 1969-70; see 1968

1970

Mayberry R.F.D. [26 ep dir by various] 3rd season, 1970-71; see 1968