David sells cars at his father's dealership and, from time to time, visits his grandpa, Joe, at a retirement home. David's a great salesman and he's successful attracting women, one after another. Joe, meanwhile, misses his deceased wife and is done with life. David gives Joe advice on how to get women's attention at the care center, and Joe gives David advice on how to find a lifelong companion. Each dismisses the other's words, then tries them out - David with Julie, a women he met playing football, and Joe with Edna and with Rose. Failures follow success. Can either figure out how to enjoy life and be themselves?
Andy Griffith like you have never seen him before
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28 August 2009 (USA)
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Opening Weekend USA: $51,197,
1 March 2009
Gross USA: $659,483
Cumulative Worldwide Gross: $659,483
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Aspect Ratio: 1.78 : 1
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Did You Know?
In the bedroom scene between Andy Griffith and Liz Sheridan, because of satin sheets and a satin nightgown, Liz almost slid right off the bed before Director Marc Fienberg caught her. Andy kept right on with the scene as if nothing had happened. See more
You either know it when you meet her, or know it when you lose her.
During the credits, around where it starts to list the songs used in the movie, a dancing Andy Griffith comes on the screen. See more
References The Brady Bunch
Your Darkest Eyes
Written and performed by Rocky Votolato
Courtesy of Barsuk Records
By arrangement with Bank Robber Music See more