May 10, 2011

Dick Van Dyke's autobiography is out and it's WONDERFUL!. Click below to order on Amazon.com

November 22, 2010

An Evening With Dick Van Dyke & The Vantastix
Benefitting The GRAMMY Museum and The Midnight Mission
Friday, December 3, 2010; 8pm

Join us as The GRAMMY Museum welcomes television, Broadway and film star Dick Van Dyke, along with his lively, talented a cappella group, The Vantastix. Not long after a chance meeting in a Malibu coffee shop in 2000, Dick Van Dyke teamed up with vocalists Eric Bradley, Bryan Chadima and Mike Mendyke to form Dick Van Dyke & The Vantastix. Hosted by Executive Director, Robert Santelli, hear Dick in conversation about his career, before the group, who continues to participate in benefits and children's events across the country, performs selections from their most recent release Put on a Happy Face.

Doors open at 7:30pm. Tickets are $125, and can be purchased through STAPLES Center Foundation. For more information, please visit www.grammymuseum.org.


May 28, 2008

Earle Hagen, the gifted composer of the theme song from The Dick Van Dyke Show, passed away on Monday of natural causes in Palm Desert, California. He also composed the themes from The Andy Griffith Show, That Girl, Mod Squad, I Spy and countless others.

An avid golfer, Earle was a wonderful, gentle soul. His music makes millions of people around the world smile every day and heaven is a very lucky place indeed.

Earle is survived by his wife Laura, two sons, Deane and James, both of Palm Desert, Calif.; two stepdaughters, Rebecca and Rachael Roberts of Irvine, Calif.; a stepson, Richard Roberts of Los Angeles; and four grandchildren.

December 14, 2007

text 'clstv' (as in Classic TV!) to 32852 to get these classic tv ringtones on any T Mobile, AT&T/Cingular, or Sprint wireless device. When you send the text, you'll get a text back taking you to a download page where you can select which ringtone to download:

The Dick Van Dyke Show,
Andy Griffith,
Mod Squad and
I Spy

Happy Holidays!

Doug Denoff

September 22, 2007

DVD Ringtones for Christmas!

Within a few weeks, your cellphone, blackberry, and hopefully iPhone, will be able to ring with the theme song from The Dick Van Dyke Show. We'll have links on this site, as well as from the ringtone sites of t-Mobile, Verizon, and ATT Wireless.

You'll also be able to buy ringtones of the theme songs from:

The Andy Griffith Show

Mayberry RFD

Gomer Pyke USMC

Mod Squad

I Spy

Make Room For Daddy

The Danny Thomas Show

April 23, 2006

Coming Soon - DVD Ringtones!

We're partnering with Earle Hagen, who wrote the Dick Van Dyke Show theme song (and also Mod Squad, Andy Griffith, and many others)

You will soon be able to download fully licensed ring tones and mp3's of your favorite TV Theme songs.

February 20,2006

The Full 5-Season Boxed set is available again.

Order now and save 30%! Now just $174.99 with FREE SHIPPING from Amazon.

5-season boxed set



May 24, 2005

A Full 5-Season Boxed set is now available.

Order now and save 30%! Now just $174.99 with FREE SHIPPING from Amazon.


June 6, 2004

Seasons 1-5 available individually.

Order Season 1

Order Season 2

Order Season 3

Order Season 4

Order Season 5

Seasons 1 AND 2 started shipping from Amazon October 21, 2003.

Season 3 shipped February 24, 2004.

Season 4 shipped April 27, 2004

Season 5 is scheduled for June 29, 2004.

Start your own Ottoman Collection - order through this link to support Dickvandykeshow.com

The ottoman, and all the future goodies will still be waiting.

May 2, 2003

Dick Van Dyke and Mary Tyler Moore on CNN's

Larry King Live on Friday, May 2nd at 9 pm EDT/6pm PDT.

For more information, please visit www.cnn.com/larryking

Dick and Mary on Larry King Live. Friday May 2, 9PM EDT, 6PM PDT

April 8, 2003


During the TVLAND awards, Carl Reiner announced that he's creating a sequel to the Dick Van Dyke Show featuring Rob, Laura and the remaining cast 'as they are today'. Carl has commented "...now that i've made the announcement I'm going to have to make good and finish the idea..."

March 17, 2003

The TVLAND Awards presented Dick Van Dyke and The Dick Van Dyke Show with its first "Legend Award. "

At the show, Dick sings Morey Amsterdam's original lyrics to the Theme Song.


See more of the TVLAND awards show on their website

January 10, 2003 Time-Life released their 'best-of' collection on DVD.

This is NOT the COLLECTIBLE OTTOMAN EDITION which will only be available here on this website.

It will be as promised - all 158 episodes, in chronological order.

For additional information on our DVD Collection Project, please click here.

There were 5 discs in the Time Life set, each with 4 episodes.

Tthe cost of each disc was $24.99

the episodes they've chosen are:

The Dick Van Dyke Show, Volume 1
The Sick Boy And The Sitter
Coast to Coast Big Mouth
Big Max Calvada
Dear Sally Rogers

The Dick Van Dyke Show, Volume 2
Where Did I Come From?
That's My Boy??
It May Look Like a Walnut!
October Eve

The Dick Van Dyke Show, Volume 3
100 Terrible Hours
Never Bathe on Saturday
The Secret Life of Buddy and Sally

The Dick Van Dyke Show, Volume 4
Oh How We Met On The Night That We Danced
My Blonde Haired Brunette
4 1/2
The Alan Brady Show Goes to Jail

The Dick Van Dyke Show, Volume 5
What's In a Middle Name?
The Curious Thing About Women
All About Eavesdropping
One Angry Man

June 15, 2002

The manufacturing of the DVD disks by Image Entertainment is continuing with great attention and care to the quality of the images. The first batch of digital transfers were rejected because they did not me the high standards you would expect. We will do everything possible to ensure a release of the collectible set in time for Christmas 2002.

November 9, 2001

The release of DVD on DVD is still postponed due to numerous factors, including the current travel concerns. We know that Christmas is coming and that the 40th Anniversary Collection is at the top of everyone's list. We will keep you posted.

Speaking of anniversaries, October 15 marked the 50th anniversary of "I Love Lucy".

Click here to visit the Official Site

October 3, 2001


In honor of the 40th Anniversary, TVLAND aired all episodes in order,

starting October 3, 2001, with Episode 1, "The Sick Boy and the Sitter"

Click the TVLAND logo above for the current schedule.


September 18, 2001

We join the world in mourning the assault on our nation.

DVDonDVD release has been postponed for the moment.

Please check back for updates.

We apologize for any inconvenience.


June 9, 2001 FANDEMONIUM !

Tune in to TVLAND this weekend for another spectacular

Dick Van Dyke Show Fandemonium Marathon.

The special, "Inside TVLAND, The Dick Van Dyke Show", will air Saturday, June 9, 2001 at 11:00PM EDT, 8:00PM PDT

and again on Sunday, June 10, 2001 at 11:00AM EDT, 8:00AM PDT.


February 28, 2001 Carl Reiner presented with the Mark Twain Prize for Comedy

(Washington, D.C.) The third annual Kennedy Center Celebration of American Humor took place at the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts on October 24, 2000. The celebration included lectures, symposia, and master classes. The final event featured the presentation to Carl Reiner of the third annual Kennedy Center Mark Twain Prize for American Humor, named after one of America's--and the world's--greatest humorists. The celebration was aired nationally on PBS on February 28, 2001.

Featured guests included Mel Brooks, Dick Van Dyke, Mary Tyler Moore, Steve Martin, Jerry Seinfeld, Ray Romano, Sam Denoff, Bill Persky, George Shapiro and Carl's son, director Rob Reiner.

As a social commentator, satirist and creator of characters, Samuel Clemens-the distinguished 19th century novelist and essayist also known as Mark Twain*--was a fearless observer of society, who startled many while delighting and informing many more with his uncompromising perspective of social injustice and personal folly. He revealed the great truth of humor when he said "against the assault of laughter nothing can withstand."

Reiner's work displays a deep understanding of human comedy. His brilliant writing and characterizations on the television series "Your Show Of Shows," starring Sid Caesar, are still the hallmark against which all sketch comedy is measured. It was Reiner who gave Mary Tyler Moore the opportunity and guidance to bring to life Laura Petrie on the "Dick Van Dyke Show." Reiner charted the path for women's roles in television which led to shows such as "Kate and Allie," "Murphy Brown," and "Ally McBeal." His work as a director in film with Steve Martin, George Burns, and Lily Tomlin is acknowledged to have showcased these unique talents at their funniest. Reiner's collaboration with Mel Brooks on "The 2000 Year Old Man" was in the great comedy tradition of Twain and Voltaire who used a comic naif to point out our own foibles.

The Kennedy Center, as the nation's center for the performing arts, recognizes and presents all of the performing arts including opera, musical theater, drama, ballet and dance, as well as symphony and all kinds of smaller musical ensembles performing every imaginable kind of music. The Kennedy Center's Celebration of Humor and Mark Twain Prize recognize those who create humor from their uniquely American experiences.

"Carl Reiner, besides being one of the great American comic minds of the second half of the 20th Century, is also a personal favorite of mine," said Lawrence J. Wilker, president of the Kennedy Center. "His art and wit have helped shape the humorous landscape of the United States."

Wilker continued, "The educational and professional activities that support the Mark Twain Prize and the Celebration of Humor are an opportunity for young humorists to meet and interact with seasoned professionals and leaders in the field."

The proceeds of the evening, given in the name of each year's recipient, are used by the Kennedy Center Education Department to nurture the talents of young American humorists. As recipient of the Mark Twain Prize, Carl Reiner will receive a copy of an 1884 bronze portrait bust of Mark Twain sculpted by Karl Gerhardt (1853-1940). The bust and images of it are courtesy of the Mark Twain House, Hartford, Connecticut. The event is a joint production of the Kennedy Center, Mark Krantz and John Schreiber of The John Schreiber Group, and the Kaminsky Brothers (Bob and Peter).

The Kennedy Center Celebration of American Humor was instituted as an annual event in 1998. The first recipient of the Kennedy Center Mark Twain Prize was Richard Pryor (October 20, 1998) and the second recipient was Jonathan Winters (October 20, 1999).

January 15, 2001 Bloopers found - not seen since 1966

20 minutes of outtakes have been located by Ronald Jacobs in the Archives of the Dick Van Dyke Show. The film, often called a Gag Reel, was assembled by film editor Bud Molin for the end-of-season cast party on April 5, 1966. The film, in perfect condition, will be Digitally Transferred to tape.

January 1, 2001 BREAKING NEWS!!  DVD on DVD is coming!! 

We are planning the release of all 158 episodes of the Show on DVD (and  VHS video).  This collectible edition will include priceless behind-the-scenes material and original commercials!   

Also to be included are:

The Color Special, "Dick Van Dyke and the Other Woman (Mary Tyler Moore)", which aired on CBS April 13, 1969. 

"The Dick Van Dyke Show Remembered" hosted by Charles Kuralt for CBS in 1995

and "Inside the Dick Van Dyke Show", produced by TVLAND for their Fandemonium Marathon in 2000.

We anticipate release of the Collection on October 3, 2001, which is the 40th anniversary of the night the first episode of the Dick Van Dyke Show aired.

CLICK HERE for more information and updates