Mousterpiece Cinema, Episode 64: ‘The Apple Dumpling Gang’

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Don Knotts is well-known and beloved for his role as Barney Fife on The Andy Griffith Show, but was he really just a pervy old uncle in disguise? Well, if you listen to Mike talk about him, you might think so too! Somehow–yes, really–this is a point of discussion in the brand-new episode of Mousterpiece Cinema, where Josh and Mike tackle the 1975 Disney family film The Apple Dumpling Gang. Did this story of kids finding gold in an Old West town charm and delight both of your hosts? Or have the planets aligned once more, leaving Josh to be more negative about a movie than Mike? And what, pray tell, does John Wayne have to do with this goofball family comedy? The only way to know is to listen to the new podcast!

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2 Comments
  1. Michael Ryan says

    My favourite part of this podcast is that when I argued that of the two of us, I was the one most like Don Knotts because I was the handsome one, Josh completely accepted my thesis that Don Knotts was better looking than Tim Conway to argue that he was the handsome one.

  2. Mimsy says

    Don Knotts is the funnier because he looks weird yet surprisingly like Mick Jagger. In high school, we had the Knotts Theory. Getting too hot and heavy, think of Don Knotts. Just like cold water.

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