There was something about Arlene Silver that instantly captivated Dick Van Dyke. The two first crossed paths in the green room at a SAG Awards dinner in 2006, and despite their obvious age difference, Van Dyke knew he had to talk toShow More Summary
Famous for his enthusiasm and dynamism as a performer, Dick Van Dyke told Oprah Winfrey that his shyness led to an extended bout of alcoholism, according to "Entertainment Tonight."
Larry Mathews (real name Larry Mazzeo) is best known for playing the adorable Ritchie Petrie -- photographed here with his onscreen parents Dick Van Dyke and Mary Tyler Moore -- in the '60s sitcom "The Dick Van Dyke Show." Guess what he looks like…
In 1968, I think, my grandmother offered to take me to the movies. I would have been 10 at the time, and my grandmother was cool: she took me to see Planet of the Apes and The Poseidon Adventure when they first opened in the big movie theaters on Broadway. Show More Summary
On last night’s episode of Conan, the red headed host joined Dick Van Dyke and his wonderful a cappella group, the Vantastix, to perform an amazing version of “Chitty Chitty Bang Bang“, the eponymous song from the 1968 film of which Van Dyke was the star.
By Robert Niles: Yesterday at Disneyland, legendary actor Dick Van Dyke celebrated his 90th birthday with several public events. The star of Mary Poppins (as well as Chitty Chitty Bang Bang, "The Dick Van Dyke Show" and "Diagnosis Murder")...Show More Summary
Post by Jenny Erikson. This is so awesome! Dick Van Dyke celebrated his 90th birthday over the weekend, and Disney lovers couldn't let the Mary Poppins star spend the day without a flash mob coordinated to one of his most iconic roles. Show More Summary
While Bradley Cooper and Jennifer Lawrence kicked off yet another awards season movie premiere (never change, you two), Gwen Stefani took her sons to church, and Dick Van Dyke celebrated his 90th birthday at Disneyland. Will FerrellShow More Summary
Dick Van Dyke celebrated his 90th birthday this weekend with a singing and dancing flash mob at The Grove and more festivities at Disneyland. [ more › ]
He says he "can still go out and play," and we have to admit he's pretty adorable.
At The Grove in Los Angeles, Dick Van Dyke was treated to a birthday performance by the "Mary Mobsters," who were all dressed as chimney sweeps.
Dick Van Dyke's nostalgic birthday bash took a twist after a flash mob performed a medley of his song-and-dance routines from "Mary Poppins."
Dick Van Dyke kicked off his 90th birthday celebration with a Mary Poppins themed flash mob. The bash, which was planned by his wife Arlene Silver, was held at Disneyland in Anaheim, California. Although the celebration lasted two days, the flash mob was definitely the highlight of the weekend. Show More Summary
Dick Van Dyke had a jolly holiday on Saturday when he celebrated his 90th birthday. The actor, who is known for his role as Bert in the Disney classic Mary Poppins, was at The Grove in LA when a group of performers dressed like chimney...Show More Summary
Well this is supercalifragilisticexpialidocious, if you ask us! Dick Van Dyke turned the big 9-0 on Sunday, and the living legend spent the weekend celebrating the big day with a Mary Poppins-themed flash mob and then took the party to Disneyland! On Saturday, the iconic actor sang along and cheered as dancers dressed as chimney sweepers performed [...]
This past Saturday, a talented group of fans calling themselves the “Mary Mobsters” dressed as chimney sweeps and performed a coordinated dance from the classic Disney musical Mary Poppins for a very pleased Dick Van Dyke on his 90th birthday. Later on, Mr. Van Dyke joined the group for a rousing a cappella version of […]
I've been told (repeatedly) that Dick Van Dyke's cockney accent in Mary Poppins is such an affront that it's a miracle the Brits didn't go to war over it. I don't care. When I was just a little knee-high Puchko,...
Screen legend Dick Van Dyke celebrated his 90th birthday over the weekend by singing songs from "Mary Poppins" with a giant flash mob in California. Is there really any better way to ring in your tenth decade on this earth? (We think...Show More Summary
The star of the classic 1964 Disney film sang "Let's Go Fly a Kite" with the band of flash-mobbers.
Have you ever seen anyone as happy as Dick Van Dyke singing along with a Mary Poppins flash mob? Have you ever been that happy? "I am very grateful that at 90 years old, I can still go out and play!!" The actor wrote on Twitter about the event, because he is... More »