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The legend himself Dick Van Dyke has shown that he’s ready for the Halloween season to begin with a new video he’s posted to social media. The video shows him peeking through the glass of a closed Spirit Halloween store, “There’s somebody in there all right, but…” the actor says as he peers into the seemingly empty seasonal store, which typically only opens around Halloween.
TV legend Dick Van Dyke posted a video on Instagram Friday night of himself knocking on the door and peeking through the glass of an apparently closed Spirit Halloween store. The 96-year-old put his hands around his face so he could get a better look inside the seasonal shop while someone taking the video laughed. “There’s somebody in there all right, but…” the comedian lamented. “This is Halloween” from “The Nightmare Before Christmas” played over the “Mary Poppins” actor’s video, which also had blinking jack-o’-lantern and creepy yellow eye emojis. Online commenters agreed that the store needed to open up so the “Dick Van...
Dick Van Dyke, 96, isn’t letting age slow him down! New photos of the actor, which can be seen here, show him leaving lunch with some friends in Malibu on June 16. After the outing, he ran some errands, heading into a store to pick up some self-tanning spray. While out and about, he reportedly told fans that he’s “just glad to still be here,” according to Page Six. For the day out, Dick wore navy blue pants and a grey collared shirt, flashing a smile for cameras that snapped away as he got int his car.
Watching TV shows can sometimes lead viewers to believe characters like on The Dick Van Dyke Show are just like that in real life. Well, listening to star Dick Van Dyke talk about himself should eliminate those ideas. Van Dyke talked at length about himself, his career, and his at-the-time still active sitcom. It’s an interesting look into his life on and off the TV screen when the actor is interviewed by Lucille Ball.
Life is truly scrumptious. Dick Van Dyke, 96, looked happier than ever as he left lunch with friends in Malibu last Thursday, telling well-wishers that he’s “just glad to still be here.” The “Chitty Chitty Bang Bang” legend was subsequently seen running errands after the lunch date, picking up a bottle of Neutrogena self-tanning spray from a local store. The spritely star dressed casually for the outing, clad in a light gray sweater and navy pants. He added a pair of sensible slip-on shoes and a stylish leather shoulder bag. Proving he’s still sharp as a tack, Van Dyke got behind the...
Dick Van Dyke was seen interacting with fans during an outing in Malibu, California last week, remarking that he was “glad” to be up and about.The Chitty Chitty Bang Bang star is 96 years old.Van Dyke was seen running errands on Thursday 16 June, then driving his car home after leaving a lunch date with friends.“I’m just glad to still be here,” he said, per the New York Post.Back in 2019, the Mary Poppins star said that he still frequented the gym three times a week, despite his advanced age.“I’ve always been an exerciser and still am … I...
Life sure is sweet. “Mary Poppins” icon Dick Van Dyke, 96, was in high spirits as he stepped out in a “Spoonful of Sugar” sweatshirt in Malibu, California, on Wednesday. The age-defying actor was accompanied by his wife Arlene Silver, 50, as they headed to lunch after finishing up a fitness class at a nearby gym. The couple celebrated their 10th wedding anniversary back in February by going viral with a romantic Valentine’s Day video — but still looked like loved-up newlyweds as they shared a laugh while strolling along in the sun. In addition to the sweatshirt referencing his most...
The 96-year-old Hollywood legend was seen out and about with his wife Arlene Silver in Malibu, California, on Wednesday, giving a shout-out to his classic movie Mary Poppins with his ensemble. Van Dyke was sporting a gray sweatshirt that read "Just a Spoonful of Sugar," referencing the song from the...
Melissa Joan Hart Completely Forgot She Had a Dance Number With Dick Van Dyke During Classic 90s Series
You’ll have to forgive the memory faux pas. Melissa Joan Hart really doesn’t recall dancing with Dick Van Dyke. It happened more than two decades ago during an episode of Sabrina the Teenage Witch. Van Dyke was a guest star on the show. He played a witch and a former cat. The tap-dancing part was the result of a spell. We’ll get to that later.
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Dick Van Dyke, 96, made a rare outing recently and gave onlookers a blast from the past with his shirt! The legendary actor was recently photographed wearing a gray sweatshirt that had the words “Just a Spoonful of Sugar” on the front of it just like the song title “Spoonful of Sugar,” sung by Julie Andrews, from his 1964 musical film Mary Poppins. It also included a colorful print of a poon and cupcakes with sugar, and he was happily showed it off while walking past photographers.
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It's safe to say Melissa Joan Hart doesn't remember everything from her time on Sabrina the Teenage Witch. Hart, 45, reunited with her Sabrina castmates Caroline Rhea, Beth Broderick, Nate Richert and Jenna Leigh Green at the first-ever '90s Con on Saturday. While reflecting on the iconic series, host Christy Carlson Romano recalled how Hart previously got to tap dance with Dick Van Dyke on the show — but the actress appeared to have no recollection of that moment.
Dick Van Dyke, 96, is speaking candidly about his marriage to his much-younger wife, Arlene Silver, 50, saying he worried fans would scrutinize their 46-year age gap. In a new interview with Closer magazine, the “Mary Poppins” legend bluntly stated: “I thought there would be an outcry about a gold digger marrying an old man, but no one ever took that attitude.”