Best of the Dick Van Dyke Show, Vol. 2

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Overview

Four classic episodes of The Dick Van Dyke Show come together on this DVD from Image Entertainment. Best of the Dick Van Dyke Show, Vol. 2 includes "Where Did I Come From?, "That's My Boy?, "It May Look Like a Walnut, and "October Eve." Presented in full-screen with Dolby Digital Mono sound, the episodes are supplemented by interviews with the cast and producers, Emmy award clips, and "The Making of 'It May Look Like a Walnut.'"
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Overview

Four classic episodes of The Dick Van Dyke Show come together on this DVD from Image Entertainment. Best of the Dick Van Dyke Show, Vol. 2 includes "Where Did I Come From?, "That's My Boy?, "It May Look Like a Walnut, and "October Eve." Presented in full-screen with Dolby Digital Mono sound, the episodes are supplemented by interviews with the cast and producers, Emmy award clips, and "The Making of 'It May Look Like a Walnut.'"
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Special Features

"The Making of 'It May Look Like a Walnut'" behind-the-scenes featurette; Interviews with cast and producers; Emmy award telecast clips honoring The Dick Van Dyke Show
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 6/29/2004
  • UPC: 014381209723
  • Rating:

  • Source: Image Entertainment
  • Region Code: 0
  • Presentation: B&W
  • Time: 1:40:00
  • Format: DVD
  • Sales rank: 51,374

Scene Index

Side #1 --
1. Curious Ritchie [6:19]
2. Opening Titles [:18]
3. Any Day Now [7:20]
4. Special Delivery [9:27]
5. Tag Scene [1:03]
6. End Credits [1:00]
1. Opening Titles [:21]
2. The Wrong Baby [1:44]
3. Chaotic Checkout [11:55]
4. Meet the Peters [10:19]
5. Tag Scene [:32]
6. End Credits [:36]
1. Opening Titles [:19]
2. Just a Movie [4:33]
3. Wall-to-Wall Walnuts [9:11]
4. A Real Eyeful [8:37]
5. Tag Scene [1:28]
6. End Credits [:47]
1. Opening Titles [:20]
2. Intimate Portrait [2:01]
3. Peasant Art [12:03]
4. Get the Picture [9:25]
5. Tag Scene [:53]
6. End Credits [:44]
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Menu

Side #1 --
   Where Did I Come From?
   That's My Boy??
      Chapter Index
      Extras
   It May Look Like a Walnut!
      Chapter Index
      Extras
   October Eve
      Chapter Index
      Extras
   Play All Episodes
   Special Features
      Ottoman Tripper
      Meet the Cast
      Bonus Footage: The Making of It May Look Like a Walnut!
      Bonus Footage: The Cast Remembers That's My Boy??
      Bonus Footage: Carl Reiner Remembers October Eve
      Bonus Footage: Emmy Awards (1964-1965) Outstanding Program Achievement in Entertainment
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  • Posted October 1, 2010

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    Ah, the good old days

    This DVD has full episodes of some of the best Dick Van Dyke shows from season 2. It has the indispensable walnut episode, my personal fave. It includes interviews with cast members, which are informative and sometimes amusing. The moderator is kind of lame, but Dick Van Dyke liked him because he was also a Dutchman. This DVD reminds me of how television used to be funny without sexual innuendo, reference to body parts, flatulence, etc. Still, they could've had Dick Van Dyke and Mary Tyler Moore in the same bed! They were married, after all!

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