Meryl Streep, Emily Blunt, Lin-Manuel Miranda, Dick Van Dyke, Emily Mortimer, and Ben Whishaw, make way: Angela Lansbury has joined the cast of Disney’s Mary Poppins sequel, Mary Poppins Returns. Set 20 years after the original movie, the movie follows the adventures of three new Banks children in Depression-era London. ... More »
Dick Van Dyke as 007? It could have happened.
The longtime home of late actress Ann Morgan Guilbert, known to millions of TV viewers as next-door neighbor Millie Helper on “The Dick Van Dyke Show,” has sold for $2.64 million. Sitting on a double lot overlooking Temescal Canyon, the English country-style home retains such 1940s details as hexagonal...
In Mary Poppins, Dick Van Dyke espouses the virtues of the Fidelity Fiduciary Bank in song as the grizzled Mr. Dawes Sr. Well, Disney confirmed in a press release today that he’ll appear in the sequel, which is currently in production, as that character’s offspring Mr. Show More Summary
One of the more unexpected decisions of the ongoing Disney reboot parade was the choice to make a sequel to the Academy Award-winning Mary Poppins. The film is trying to do right by the original, however, as they're bringing back Dick Van Dyke, and his role is absolutely the greatest...
Ray Romano is just one of many people who was profoundly influenced by the life and career of Mary Tyler Moore. Moore, who passed away last week at 80-years-old, was best known for her starring roles in The Dick Van Dyke Show and then The Mary Tyler Moore Show. Show More Summary
Musical excerpt from The Dick Van Dyke Show featuring Rob and Laura Petrie The post Dick Van Dyke and Mary Tyler Moore perform ‘I’ve Got Rhythym’ appeared first on The Good Men Project.
Of all the celebrities mourning the loss of Mary Tyler Moore, perhaps no one knew her better than her former co-star Dick Van Dyke. The two first worked together almost six decades ago—when she was cast on his eponymous sitcom, The Dick Van Dyke Show, as his wife, Laura. Show More Summary
Dick Van Dyke knew Mary Tyler Moore was dying, but it still hit him hard, because their collab was the best time of his life. We got Dick getting groceries in Malibu Friday, where he shared some memories. He's not shy... he and Mary...
image credit On October 3, 1961, a new CBS sitcom hit the airwaves. The Dick Van Dyke Show centered around the adventures of an easygoing comedy writer named Rob Petrie (played by Van Dyke), his beautiful wife Laura (a young actress named Mary Tyler Moore), and his two comedy co-writers Sally Rogers (Rose Marie) and Buddy Sorrell (Morey Amsterdam). The Presurfer
In a new piece for the Hollywood Reporter, as relayed to writer Matthew Belloni, actor Dick Van Dyke pays loving tribute to his longtime friend and screen partner, Mary Tyler Moore. Moore starred alongside Van Dyke in a television program that carried his name. “The Dick Van Dyke Show” was a huge...
Before Mary Tyler Moore was a television star on “The Dick Van Dyke Show” and later with her own pioneering series, her face (and occasionally curvaceous body) graced the covers of long-forgotten albums of easy-listening instrumental music in the late 1950s. That little-known fact is bubbling up...
"Just to watch her grow was such a thrill for me."
Dick Van Dyke has had a long and storied career and he's worked with a lot of big names in the business. However, one leading lady who really stood out to the actor was Mary Tyler Moore, who first worked with Van Dyke on The Dick Van Dyke Show.
The star of 'The Mary Tyler Moore Show' and 'The Dick Van Dyke Show' died Wednesday.
When Mary Tyler Moore beat out an unknown Off-Broadway actress named Eileen Brennan for the role of Laura Petrie in The Dick Van Dyke Show, Moore was best known for her legs. After five years of small television parts, Moore’s only regular role had been as a telephone operator on ... More »
Hollywood icon Dick Van Dyke went on “CBS This Morning” to discuss the exemplary life of his close friend, Mary Tyler Moore.
The TV world is understandably mourning the death of Mary Tyler Moore. The trailblazing actress and star of The Dick Van Dyke Show and Mary Tyler Moore died at the age of 80 on Wednesday, Jan. 25....
We are still so saddened by Mary Tyler Moore's death. But the tributes that have been pouring in have been so heartwarming. Related: Mary Tyler Moore's Best TV Moments Perhaps the greatest tribute comes from Dick Van Dyke himself, who wrote a letter remembering his dear friend and former costar. Calling her "the best," the 91-year-old reminisces on their [...]
Actor recalls, "I got to be on hand and watch her grow into the talent she became."