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VAN DYKE AND COMPANY: The Complete Series, Sept. 25


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Per TVShowsonDVD... VAN DYKE AND COMPANY (1976), coming on September 25, 2012.


Amazon.com listing

TV's Favorite Funny Man Returns With Mary Tyler Moore, Carl Reiner, & Other Comic Greats! Following his legendary success in situation comedy, Emmy-winning icon DICK VAN DYKE headlined his own variety show in 1975-76 on NBC-TV. Now available for the first time since they were originally broadcast, these hilarious hours showcase the many wonderful talents of television (The Dick Van Dyke Show) and film (Mary Poppins) legend DICK VAN DYKE, who can sing, dance and bring laughter to audiences of all ages. This complete series collection of VAN DYKE & COMPANY features series regular Andy Kaufman (Taxi). Bob Einstein (aka Super Dave Osbourne (Curb Your Enthusiasm) and an illustrious list of guest performers such as Lucille Ball, Chevy Chase, Carol Burnett, Flip Wilson, Harvey Korman, Tommy Smothers, Hal Linden, Freddie Prinze, John Byner and Gabe Kaplan, in addition to Dick's old co-stars Mary Tyler Moore and Carl Reiner. Musical guests include Ike & Tina Turner, John Denver, K.C. & The Sunshine Band, Sha Na Na, The Spinners, Bobbie Gentry, The Sylvers, Donna Fargo and Lola Falana. Bonus features: Dick and brother Jerry Van Dyke from the 1967 Dick Van Dyke Monsanto Special and a pair of 1965 Let's Talk To Lucy radio shows where Lucille Ball interviews Dick Van Dyke!

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I got the "Van Dyke & Company" dvd set and it is just magnificent -- Lucy's guest appearance is one of her best from the 1970s variety shows and she does a great dance routine with Dick at the end of the show to the song "You Make It So Easy", which means a lot to those here in Australia as it was the theme to one of this country's greatest variety shows "The Don Lane Show"


It's hard t believe this was made 1975-76 as it certainly was a show well ahead of it's time (Steve Martin was one of the writers) and was cancelled after 11 episodes -- there are two "Let's Talk to Lucy" interviews with Dick Van Dyke included as well -- certainly recommended to all Lucy Loungers here!

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