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Another visit to faux New Rochelle: Mary Tyler Moore with Carl Reiner, left, and Jerry Paris on the set of "The Dick Van Dyke Show" in 1963. Photo by Earl Theisen for the article "America's Favorite TV Wife" in Look magazine. View full size.
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My mother's favorite episode of "The Dick Van Dyke Show" was not one of the certified classics, like the one with the walnuts, but rather the one in which middle-aged comedy writer Buddy Sorrell was belatedly bar mitzvahed. God, sheShow More Summary
Continuing the Rob & Laurathon: Dick Van Dyke, Ann Morgan Guilbert, Mary Tyler Moore and poor Jerry Paris, who had only two names, on the set of The Dick Van Dyke Show sometime in 1963. From a series of photos by Earl Theisen that were used to illustrate the article "America's Favorite TV Wife" in the April 21, 1964, issue of Look magazine. View full size.
Dick Van Dyke and Mary Tyler Moore, as Rob and Laura Petrie, in front of a studio audience during filming of "The Dick Van Dyke Show" in 1963. Jerry Paris can be seen directing the episode.
The Dick Van DykeShow is one of my all time favorites (remember the great Twilight Zone-esque walnut episode?), and this 1963 photo from Look magazine makes me happy. Shorpy has a high-res version.
1963. Dick Van Dyke and Mary Tyler Moore on the set of The Dick Van Dyke Show with Jerry Paris directing in front of the studio audience that served as unbilled co-star. Photo by Earl Thiesen for Look magazine. View full size.
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Legendary actor Dick Van Dyke, 87, is seeing doctors for an undiagnosed health problem, and he’s seeking advice online as well…… READ ON
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Dick Van Dyke is suffering from an as-yet "undiagnosed neurological disorder" and has been advised to rest and avoid plane travel until doctors know what the veteran showman is dealing with, according to his rep.
The 87-year-old legend has been forced to cancel appearances because of an undiagnosed neurological disorder. Citing “fatigue and lack of sleep resulting from symptoms of a yet-to-be diagnosed neurological disorder,” Van Dyke, 87, will remain in his home in Malibu, with his wife Arlene, and not fly east for a scheduled ceremony at Manhattan’s 92nd [...]
Beloved comedian Dick Van Dyke was scheduled to receive a lifetime achievement award later this month for the decades he?s spent making the world a better place, but unfortunately, the eighty-seven-year-old has been forced to pull out of the event because doctors have advised him not to fly. Show More Summary
News out of LA today that legendary actor Dick Van Dyke has been sidelined by a mysterious illness, possibly a neurological disorder. Best wishes for a quick recovery to one of my favorite people.
Dick Van Dyke had to cancel an appearance at a YMCA ceremony in New York City. He was supposed to receive a Lifetime Achievement Award for “Bettering Humanity through Comedy” next week, but cancelled because of a “yet-to-be diagnosed neurological disorder.” Van Dyke took to Twitter to crowdsource a diagnosis. He tweeted, “My head bangs every time [...]Show More Summary
Following medical advice regarding a "yet-to-be diagnosed neurological disorder," legendary Hollywood actor Dick Van Dyke has cancelled all public appearances that require air travel.
He was supposed to receive a very special award from the YMCA in New York City next week, but unfortunately Dick Van Dyke was forced to cancel the appearance due to health conditions. A rep for the 87-year-old actor told "Entertainment Tonight" the trip to the Big Apple was canceled due to a yet-to-be diagnosed neurological disorder. Mr. Show More Summary
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Dick van Dyke is suffering from fatigue and other symptoms of a "yet-to-be-diagnosed neurological condition," his rep says. Earlier this week, van Dyke canceled a New York appearance where he was set to accept an award, and his rep told ETOnline the 87-year-old, who lives in California, has been advised...