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Andy Griffith’s Comedy Monologue On Football - Released On November 14, 1953 - Is Still Hilarious


was a mainstay on television for decades. Before he had his own television show, he performed monologues. Griffith was so talented that his comedy monologues helped boost him into television. His monologues are still funny to listen to today and will make you miss the good old days! In 1953, Griffith recorded “What It Was, Was Football.” (TheMix.net)

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Andy Griffith’s Comedy Monologue On Football - Released On November 14, 1953 - Is Still Hilarious


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