The Dick Van Dyke Show - 6 Classic Episodes
Top Customer Reviews
Let me tell you that each and every episode will be available in the next several months - created from original copies of the show for the highest quality...and they will be produced will the full knowledge of Carl Reiner and Dick Van Dyke.
So, don't lose your sense of humor or your thumbs!! But keep an eye out for the entire collection of 158 shows sometime very soon.
"The Dick Van Dyke Show" ran for five seasons on CBS-TV from 1961 to 1966, with 158 episodes produced and aired. And there are very few misfires in the whole lot, if you ask me. They are all very well-written and acted. The show exhibited (and still does in re-runs or on VHS video or DVD) a "timeless" quality, with very likeable characters and realistic situations -- situations that could just as easily be occurring today rather than in the early to mid-1960s when the show was made. Best yet, "The Dick Van Dyke Show" is just flat-out fun to watch, time and again! The "re-watchability" factor on this TV series is very high, making ANY Van Dyke Show video or DVD you might purchase a true collectible in my view, and a bargain, especially considering how often you'll end up replaying the video product.
This bargain-priced, one-disc DVD collection houses 6 of the "public-domain" episodes of "The Dick Van Dyke Show" (all six of which aired during the second season of the series [1962-1963]) ............
1.) "Never Name A Duck"
2.) "Bank Book 6565696"
3.) "Hustling The Hustler"
4.) "The Night The Roof Fell In"
5.) "A Man's Teeth Are Not His Own"
6.) "Give Me Your Walls"
My favorites from the above batch of programs are: "The Night The Roof Fell In" and "A Man's Teeth Are Not His Own". .... In "Roof", Rob and Laura Petrie, the show's normally-congenial husband-and-wife duo, have a rare spat; and each one tells friends and neighbors very different versions of the squabble.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
They didn't choose very good episodes for this DVD. It shows the episodes that are rather ho-hum. Many of the episodes of this great show were fantastic. Read morePublished on January 21, 2010 by C. Kramka
I agree with all of the reviews, in that I would like to have seen many, many more episodes. The Dick Van Dyke Show is absolutely the best way to get that "feel good" feeling. Read morePublished on July 30, 2002
I quite enjoyed this video. The picture and sound quality are fine, and the episodes vary between a little weak to brillient.... Read morePublished on June 21, 2002 by G. HOFFMAN
What a bargin!! A true reminder on how funny sitcoms USED to be. Would like to see more episodes available on DVD. Like the one where Rob gets the motorcycle. Robby Baby!!! Read morePublished on October 10, 2001