The Dick Van Dyke Show

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The Dick Van Dyke Show is an American television sitcom that initially aired on CBS from October 3, 1961, to June 1, 1966, with a total of 158 half-hour episodes spanning five seasons. It was produced by Calvada Productions in association with the CBS... read more
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The Dick Van Dyke Show is an American television sitcom that initially aired on CBS from October 3, 1961, to June 1, 1966, with a total of 158 half-hour episodes spanning five seasons. It was produced by Calvada Productions in association with the CBS Television Network and Desilu Studios. The show was created by Carl Reiner and starred Dick Van Dyke, Rose Marie, Morey Amsterdam, Larry Mathews, and Mary Tyler Moore. It centered on the work and home life of television comedy writer Rob Petrie. The show was produced by Reiner with Bill Persky and Sam Denoff. The music for the show's theme song was written by Earle Hagen.

Original Release

10/03/1961 on CBS

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Cast

Dick Van Dyke Rob Petrie
Mary Tyler Moore Laura Petrie
Rose Marie Sally Rogers
Morey Amsterdam Buddy Sorrell
Richard Deacon Mel Cooley
Larry Mathews Richie Petrie
Ann Morgan Guilbert Millie Helper
Jerry Paris Jerry Helper
Carl Reiner Alan Brady
Larry Mathews Ritchie Petrie
(see additional cast & crew)
# Title Air Date
1 Coast to Coast Big Mouth Wednesday, 15 September 1965
2 A Farewell to Writing Wednesday, 22 September 1965
3 Uhny Uftz Wednesday, 29 September 1965
4 The Ugliest Dog in the World Wednesday, 06 October 1965
5 No Rice at My Wedding Wednesday, 13 October 1965
6 Draw Me a Pear Wednesday, 20 October 1965
7 The Great Petrie Fortune Wednesday, 27 October 1965
8 Odd But True Wednesday, 03 November 1965
9 Viva Petrie Wednesday, 10 November 1965
10 Go Tell the Birds and the Bees Wednesday, 17 November 1965
11 Body and Sol Wednesday, 24 November 1965
12 See Rob Write, Write Rob Write Wednesday, 08 December 1965
13 You're Under Arrest Wednesday, 15 December 1965
14 Fifty-Two, Forty-Five or Work Wednesday, 29 December 1965
15 Who Stole My Watch Wednesday, 05 January 1966
16 I Do Not Choose to Run Wednesday, 19 January 1966
17 The Making of a Councilman Wednesday, 26 January 1966
18 The Curse of the Petrie People Wednesday, 02 February 1966
19 The Bottom of Mel Cooley's Heart Wednesday, 09 February 1966
20 Remember the Alimony Wednesday, 16 February 1966
21 Dear Sally Rogers Wednesday, 23 February 1966
22 Buddy Sorrell Man and Boy Wednesday, 02 March 1966
23 Bad Reception in Albany Wednesday, 09 March 1966
24 Talk to the Snail Wednesday, 23 March 1966
25 A Day in the Life of Alan Brady Wednesday, 06 April 1966
26 Obnoxious, Offensive Egomaniac Etc Wednesday, 13 April 1966
27 The Man from My Uncle Wednesday, 20 April 1966
28 You Ought to Be in Pictures Wednesday, 27 April 1966
29 Love Thy Other Neighbor Wednesday, 04 May 1966
30 Long Nights Journey Into Day Wednesday, 11 May 1966
31 The Gunslinger Wednesday, 25 May 1966
32 The Last Chapter Wednesday, 01 June 1966
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Directors

Jerry Paris, John Rich, Sheldon Leonard, Howard Morris, Alan Rafkin, Lee Philips, James Komack, Robert Butler, Peter Baldwin, Hal Cooper, Richard Erdman, Coby Ruskin, Theodore J. Flicker, Claudio Guzmán, James Niver, Stanley Z. Cherry

Writers

Carl Reiner, Sam Denoff, Bill Persky, Garry Marshall, Jerry Belson, Carl Kleinschmitt, Dale McRaven, Howard Merrill, John Whedon, Sheldon Keller, Martin Ragaway, Frank Tarloff, Joseph C. Cavella, Ernest Chambers, Bill Idelson, Jay Burton, Fred Freeman, Art Baer, Walter Kempley, Norm Liebmann, Ben Joelson, Rick Mittleman, Lawrence J. Cohen, Ed Haas, Joseph Bonaduce, Ronald Alexander, Nathaniel Curtis, Arnold Peyser, Jack Raymond, Howard Ostroff, Jack Guss, Ben Gershman, Lee Erwin, Jack Winter, Ray Brenner, R.S. Allen, Ronald Axe, Leo Solomon, Lois Peyser, Harvey Bullock, Joan Darling

Creators

Carl Reiner

Cast

Dick Van Dyke Rob Petrie
Mary Tyler Moore Laura Petrie
Rose Marie Sally Rogers
Morey Amsterdam Buddy Sorrell
Richard Deacon Mel Cooley
Larry Mathews Richie Petrie
Ann Morgan Guilbert Millie Helper
Jerry Paris Jerry Helper
Carl Reiner Alan Brady
Larry Mathews Ritchie Petrie
Morey Amsterdam
Rose Marie
Isabel Randolph Clara Petrie
Johnny Silver Waiter
Jamie Farr Delivery Boy
Bill Idelson Herman Glimscher
Jerry Van Dyke Stacey Petrie
Rose Marie Sally Rogers (credit only)
Joan Shawlee Pickles Sorrell
Peter Oliphant Freddie Helper

Producers

Danny Thomas Executive Producer
Sheldon Leonard Executive Producer
Ronald Jacobs Producer
Carl Reiner Producer
Sheldon Leonard Producer
Danny Thomas Producer
Bill Persky Producer
Sam Denoff Producer

Editors

Bud Molin, Beryl Gelfond, Alan Jaggs, Leon Selditz, James Ballas

1966 Emmy Outstanding Comedy Series Won
1966 Emmy Outstanding Continued Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role in a Comedy Series Won
1966 Emmy Outstanding Continued Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role in a Comedy Series Won
1966 Emmy Outstanding Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role in a Comedy Nominated
1966 Emmy Outstanding Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role in a Comedy Nominated
1966 Emmy Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Comedy Nominated
1966 Emmy Outstanding Writing Achievement in Comedy Won
1966 Emmy Outstanding Writing Achievement in Comedy Nominated
1965 Golden Globe Best TV Star - Female Won
1965 Emmy Outstanding Program Achievements in Entertainment Won
1965 Emmy Outstanding Individual Achievements in Entertainment - Actors and Performers Won
1965 Emmy Outstanding Individual Achievements in Entertainment - Writers Nominated
1964 Golden Globe Best TV Show - Comedy Won
1964 Emmy Outstanding Program Achievement in the Field of Comedy Won
1964 Emmy Outstanding Continued Performance by an Actor in a Series (Lead) Won
1964 Emmy Outstanding Continued Performance by an Actress in a Series (Lead) Won
1964 Emmy Outstanding Performance in a Supporting Role by an Actress Nominated
1964 Emmy Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Comedy Won
1964 Emmy Outstanding Writing Achievement in Comedy or Variety Won
1963 Emmy Outstanding Program Achievement in the Field of Humor Won
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