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Subject: I notice in the photo someone has left a jar of pickles on Aunt Bee's headstone.

A very funny yet touching reference to Aunt Bee's kerosene cucumbers in the Pickle Story episode.
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Date Posted: Wednesday, April 29, 04:36:38am
In reply to: Link to photo 's message, "Frances Bavier is another, I live about 15 minutes from her gravesite and pass by it often." on Tuesday, April 28, 10:51:40pm

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Others that come to mind with their screen persona names etched on their graves are Fred "Rerun" Berry, Janet "Judy Jetson" Waldo, Don "Maxwell Smart" Adams, Tim "Kingfish" Moore (Amos & Andy), Louis "Grandpa" Jones (HeeHaw), David "Stringbean" Akeman, and both Bob Crane and wife Sigrid are buried under 'Hogan & Hilda'! (NT)SIDENOTE: The only "non related" screen team buried beside each other, are the comedy teams of "Olsen & Johnson", and "Smith & Dale" (inspiration of 'The Sunshine Boys')!Wednesday, April 29, 05:56:07am

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