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Fitzwilly [Dick van Dyke]

Fitzwilly, starring Dick Van Dyke, Barbara Feldon
Dick Van Dyke plays the title role of Fitzwilly, an eccentric philanthropist’s dutiful servant. Along with the rest of the staff, they resort to thievery in order to keep their now-penniless employer living in style.
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Cold Turkey [Dick Van Dyke]

Cold Turkey (1971) starring Dick Van Dyke, Pippa Scott, Bob Newhart, Tom Poston In Cold Turkey, Norman Lear makes his directorial debut with this farce about an entire town that tries to give up smoking in order to win $25 million.
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Dick Van Dyke biography

Richard Wayne Van Dyke (born December 13, 1925) is an American actor, comedian, singer, and dancer, whose entertainment career has spanned seven decades.
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Put on a Happy Face

Song lyrics to Put on a Happy Face, as performed by Dick Van Dyke and Janet Leigh in Bye Bye Birdie – music by Charles Strouse, lyrics by Lee Adams
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I Love to Laugh

I Love to Laugh song lyrics – written by Richard M. Sherman / Robert B. Sherman, performed by Ed Wynn, Dick van Dyke, Julie Andrews in Mary Poppins
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What a Way to Go

What a Way to Go (1964) starring Shirley MacLaine, Dick Van Dyke, Paul Newman, Robert Mitchum, Gene Kelly, Dean Martin, Bob Cummings Synopsis of What a Way to Go What a Way to Go is a black comedy.  It opens with Louisa Foster donating a multi-million dollar check to...
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Toot Sweets

Lyrics to Toot Sweets from Chitty Chitty Bang Bang Lyrics to Toot Sweets from Chitty Chitty Bang Bang where  Caractacus Potts (Dick Van Dyke) and Truly Scrumptious (Sally Ann Howes) are trying to persuade her father to manufacture his new whistling candy – toot sweets.  Written by Robert B....
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Me Ol’ Bamboo lyrics

Song lyrics to Me Ol’ Bamboo performed by Dick Van Dyke in Chitty Chitty Bang Bang All: A gentleman’s got a walking stick. A seaman’s got a gaff. And the merry men of Robin Hood They used a quarterstaff. On the Spanish plains inside their canes They hide their ruddy...
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