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'That's not even an argument, it's just a God-given right.'James Thurston Nabors was born in Sylacauga, Alabama on June 12, 1930.

A graduate of the University of Alabama, Nabors moved to New York City and became a typist at the United Nations.

Gomer’s dust-ups with his hard-nosed superior, Sgt. During his last appearance at Indianapolis Motor Speedway, Jim Nabors smiles to the applause of fans before the 98th Indianapolis 500 on May 25, 2014. James Jones pins the lance corporal insignia on the lapel of actor Jim Nabors in a ceremony Aug.

9, 2001, at Camp Smith in Hawaii after his television character Gomer Pyle was symbolically promoted to lance corporal after 37 years as a private first class.Jim Nabors poses with actresses, from left, Phyllis Diller, Carol Burnett, Florence Henderson, Ruth Buzzi and Loni Anderson at a ceremony honoring Nabors with a star on Hollywood's Walk of Fame on Jan. The University of Alabama graduate moved to Los Angeles as a young man, taking a job as a film cutter at NBC. Jim Nabors, who created one of TV’s beloved comedic characters, Gomer Pyle, died Thursday in Hawaii at the age of 87, his personal assistant, Charisse Gines, confirmed for USA TODAY. He's going to be dearly missed," said Cadwallader, who married Nabors in early 2013 in Washington state.The entertainer, who underwent a liver transplant in 1994 after contracting hepatitis B, died peacefully at his home after his health had declined for the past year, his husband, Stan Cadwallader, told the Associated Press. The Alabama native had a long career that featured TV and movie roles, more than two dozen albums and numerous concert appearances, including long-running shows in Las Vegas and Hawaii, which became his home in the 1970s. Nabors was best known for his role as the sweet, gentle Marine in the title role of , a CBS comedy that was a top-five hit during its five-season run in the 1960s.First we lost Rance Howard and now our beloved Jim Nabors. Well, that’s where I came up with the […] Host: Allan Newsome Running time: We first hear from Randy Turner about the Mayberry Halloween connections then move on to the story of the Golden Arm.

The Golden Arm is a folktale appearing in many cultures through oral tradition.

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The actor was signed for just one episode which aired in the third season but his character Gomer Pyle - a simple-minded and gentle auto mechanic - proved so popular that he went on to star in 23 installments. C., which followed the character after he joined the marines, and ran for five years from 1964 to 1969.