The Dick Van Dyke Show

The Dick Van Dyke Show

The Dick Van Dyke Show was a situation comedy that aired on CBS from 1961-1966, and was created by Carl Reiner. It starred Dick Van Dyke as Rob Petrie, a writer for television show, and also starred Mary Tyler Moore as Laure Petrie, Rob's wife. The show centered around Rob working at the television show, called "The Alan Brady Show", which is a variety show in New York, and his two friends who were his co-workers, named Buddy and Sally.

Episode Info

Final: Movie -- The Dick Van Dyke Show Revisited (May/11/2004) [Special Runtime: 45 Min.]

Available Episodes

The Last Chapter
Jun 01, 1966
Season 5 episode 32

The Gunslinger
May 25, 1966
Season 5 episode 31

Long Night's Journey..
May 11, 1966
Season 5 episode 30

Love Thy Other Neigh..
May 04, 1966
Season 5 episode 29

You Ought to Be in P..
Apr 27, 1966
Season 5 episode 28

The Man from My Uncl..
Apr 20, 1966
Season 5 episode 27

Obnoxious, Offensive..
Apr 13, 1966
Season 5 episode 26

Dick Van DykeDick Van Dyke
As Rob Petrie
Mary Tyler MooreMary Tyler Moore
As Laura Petrie
Larry MathewsLarry Mathews
As Ritchie Petrie
Rose MarieRose Marie
As Sally Rogers
Morey AmsterdamMorey Amsterdam
As Maurice "Buddy" Sorrell


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1x10: The Meershatz Pipe recap: The staff of the Alan Brady show is busy trying to figure out how to end the show for this week. Sally wants to use something Alan already said to in the show. Rob suggests Alan sing a lullaby Rob wants to cut the jokes out of this week's show Buddy disagrees and Rob then demonstrates how easy it is to cut a joke from a script... read more.

1x1: The Sick Boy and the Sitter recap: Laura gets a phone call from the next door neighbor, Dottie, informing her that Ellen, Dottie’s daughter, has a slight temperature and that she should watch Richie since the two children were playing together. Laura hangs up the phone with Dottie and Richie informs her that Ellen has a disease and that he hopes he gets it. Laura asks him why to which he replies that he doesn’t want to go to school because they are teaching him stupid things like the alphabet. Laura tells him if he wants to be a television writer, like his daddy he is going to have to know his alphabet. Richie tells Laura that he already knows his alphabet and rattles off the letters until “W”. Laura asks him what happened to the rest of the letters and he informs her that he just got tired of saying the letters. She asks him if a chocolate cupcake may help him regain his energy, but he says that he doesn’t want one. Laura asks him if he had anything to eat at Dottie’s house, but he says that all he had to eat was water. Laura feels his forehead and tells him that she is going to call Dr. Miller. Richie begins to panic and tells his mom that he will eat the cupcake if she doesn’t call the doctor. He then locks himself in one of the lower cabinets. He doesn’t come out until Laura reminds him that he likes Dr. Miller and he tells her that he forgot... read more.

Creator: Carl Reiner
Executive Producer: Sheldon Leonard, Danny Thomas
Producer: Carl Reiner, Bill Persky, Sam Denoff
Associate Producer: Ronald Jacobs
Casting: Ruth Burch
Music: Earle Hagen
Hairstylist: Eleanor Edwards, Donna McDonough

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Recurring Guests

Richard Deacon as Mel Cooley (61 eps)
Jerry Paris as Jerry Helper (34 eps)
Ann Morgan Guilbert as Millie Helper (27 eps)
Carl Reiner as Rob Petrie (20 eps)
Frank Adamo as Customer (10 eps)
Jerry Hausner as Vinny the Milkman (6 eps)
Herbie Faye as cabdriving juror (5 eps)
Allan Melvin as Guard Jenkins (5 eps)
Ray Kellogg as doctor (5 eps)
Amzie Strickland as Maternity Nurse (4 eps)

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Classification: Scripted
Genre: Comedy
Status: Canceled/Ended
Network: CBS ( USA)
Runtime: 30 Minutes
Premiere: October 03, 1961
Ended: September 07, 1966
• Head Of The Family (Working Title), (Used In USA)
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