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I just noticed that he's in the new 'Night at the museum' movie... But I don't know whether it's a big part, doesn't seem so...

 

He dances but I wouldn't read too much into that the film also features Mickey Rooney and Robin Williams

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Poor old Dick is on the slippery slope,he's got 6 months at most.

Or 10 years.

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I just heard him in an interview on the radio. I would not have guessed that he is almost 90 years old.

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I just heard him in an interview on the radio. I would not have guessed that he is almost 90 years old.

Next you'll be saying that he isn't a cockney...

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90 yesterday. Still seems full of life.

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90 yesterday. Still seems full of life.

 

 

Hmm, nice teeth - that his third or fourth set?

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Not going anywhere yet. Keep off 2016 lists.

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Not going anywhere yet. Keep off 2016 lists.

Aye! And you're a fucking expert.

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Not going anywhere yet. Keep off 2016 lists.

Aye! And you're a fucking expert.

Oooooooooo! Just noticed that was my 6,666 post. Thought I'd throw that shit in for no reason at all. ;-)

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4 minutes ago, YoungWillz said:

Dick Van Dyke criticises modern cinema for violence, including the "too scary" Harry Potter franchise: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-4418366/Dick-Van-Dyke-criticizes-violence-modern-cinema.html

 

No roles as a Yakuza planned then, Dick?

 

He's in that horror film Mary Poppins too.

 

 

 

Alas, not as good as the Mrs Doubtfire one which only changes the incidental music...

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RIP, really loved him in that flying car in Mary Poppins and then in that Hospital detective thing too. 

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Just now, RobertMugabe said:

RIP, really loved him in that flying car in Mary Poppins and then in that Hospital detective thing too. 

With John Hurt it worked.

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7 minutes ago, RobertMugabe said:

RIP, really loved him in that flying car in Mary Poppins and then in that Hospital detective thing too. 

FFS. 

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4 hours ago, YoungWillz said:

Dick Van Dyke criticises modern cinema for violence, including the "too scary" Harry Potter franchise: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-4418366/Dick-Van-Dyke-criticizes-violence-modern-cinema.html

 

No roles as a Yakuza planned then, Dick?

Harry potter is meant for kids 12+ it says it on the DVD. Its not the movie fault its the parents for not checking.

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On ‎31‎/‎07‎/‎2005 at 23:51, football_fan said:

Below is a list of the cast from the original Dick van Dyke series (1961 – 1966):

  • Dick Van Dyke, 79, b. Dec 13th, 1925 (Rob Petrie)
  • Mary Tyler Moore, 68, b. Dec. 29th, 1936 (Laura Meehan Petrie)
  • Rose Marie, 81, b. Aug 15th, 1923 (Sally Rogers)
  • Larry Mathews, 79, b. Dec. 13th, 1925 (Richard Petrie)
  • Ann Morgan Guilbert, 76, b. Oct. 16th, 1928 (Mellie Helper)
  • Carl Reiner, 83, b. Mar. 20th, 1922 (Alan Brady)
  • :)Morey Amsterdam, d. Oct. 27th, 1996 age 87 (heart attack) (Maurice "Buddy" Sorrell)
  • ;)Jerry Paris, d. Mar. 31st, 1986 age 60 (cancer) (Jerry Helper)
  • :rip:Richard Deacon, d. Oct. 8th, 1984 age 63 (heart attack)(Melvin Cooley)

 

Just Dick, Larry and Carl still alive following Rose Marie's death http://www.dailymail.co.uk/tvshowbiz/article-5219547/Actress-Rose-Marie-Dick-Van-Dyke-Show-fame-dies-94.html

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1 hour ago, CoffinLodger said:

Jerry Van Dyke is also still alive, & he was a frequent guest, on the DVD show.

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