Dick Van Dyke Show: Season 3

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Overview

The complete third season of The Dick Van Dyke Show comes to DVD from Image Entertainment. This five-disc box set contains all 31 full-length episodes originally broadcast from 1963-1964. Each episode is presented with a standard full-frame transfer in the original black-and-white. The English soundtrack is rendered in Dolby Digital Mono sound. Star Dick Van Dyke and creator Carl Reiner provide audio commentaries for a few episodes. Also included are an Emmy Award telecast clip honoring the show; a collectible ...
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Overview

The complete third season of The Dick Van Dyke Show comes to DVD from Image Entertainment. This five-disc box set contains all 31 full-length episodes originally broadcast from 1963-1964. Each episode is presented with a standard full-frame transfer in the original black-and-white. The English soundtrack is rendered in Dolby Digital Mono sound. Star Dick Van Dyke and creator Carl Reiner provide audio commentaries for a few episodes. Also included are an Emmy Award telecast clip honoring the show; a collectible booklet of trivia, biographies, and images; interviews; rehearsal footage; vintage commercials; and photo galleries. This DVD release is comparable to Image Entertainment's first two seasons' box sets of the series.
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Special Features

Audio commentaries featuring Carl Reiner and Dick Van Dyke for selected episodes; A full-length Danny Thomas Show episode featuring Morey Amsterdam as Buddy Sorrell; Interviews with cast and producers; Emmy award telecast clips featuring the cast; Mary Tyler Moore appearance on Dick's 1975 variety series Van Dyke & Company; Rare rehearsal footage; Original commercials featuring the cast and network promotional spots; Photo galleries for selected episodes
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Editorial Reviews

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The Dick Van Dyke Show never jumped the shark. But even by its own high standards, this third of the series' five seasons was a benchmark, beginning with the groundbreaking season premiere, "That's My Boy???" A flashback episode, it finds Rob Petrie (Dick Van Dyke) recounting to Mel (Richard Deacon) the tale of how he became mistakenly convinced that he and Laura had brought the wrong baby home from the hospital -- as all the documentation said "Peters" instead of Petrie. When Mr. Peters -- future Mission: Impossible star Greg Morris -- arrives with his wife to try to set things straight, the joke is on TV's black-and-white racial barrier. This was, after all, September 1963. The classics just keep on coming: among them are "October Eve," in which a nude portrait of Laura (the imagination reels!) surfaces in a New York art gallery; "Laura's Little Lie," in which Rob and Laura learn they are not legally married; "Big Max Calvada," featuring series producer Sheldon Leonard as a feared underworld kingpin who recruits Rob, Buddy, and Sally to write a nightclub act for his untalented nephew; "Who and Where Was Antonio Stradivarius?," in which an amnesiac Rob finds himself at a swinging New Jersey party; and "My Part-Time Wife," in which Laura fills in for Sally at the office. Another series landmark is the Christmas episode "The Alan Brady Show Presents," in which Rob's boss -- heretofore rarely seen, though much talked about and much feared -- becomes a recurring character raised to iconic status by series creator Carl Reiner. There is, to be expected, the odd clunker ("Turtles, Ties, and Toreadors"), but, thankfully, there are no tortuous episodes about Sally's luckless love life. Emmy Awards for best series, lead actor and actress, writing, and directing confirm that this was, arguably, The Dick Van Dyke Show's very best year, and a season fans of the series will trip over themselves to own. Donald Liebenson
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 2/24/2004
  • UPC: 014381155921
  • Rating:

  • Source: Image Entertainment
  • Region Code: 0
  • Presentation: Black & White
  • Sound: Dolby Digital Mono
  • Language: English
  • Time: 13:20:00
  • Format: DVD
  • Sales rank: 18,338

Scene Index

Side #1 -- Season Three, Disc 1
1. Opening Titles [:20]
2. The Wrong Baby [1:44]
3. Chaotic Checkout [11:55]
4. Meet the Peters [10:19]
5. Tag Scene [:32]
6. End Credits [:38]
1. Opening Titles [:20]
2. The Thing [4:23]
3. Costly Gestures [11:39]
4. A Good Painting [6:05]
5. Tag Scene [2:19]
6. End Credits [:51]
1. Opening Titles [:20]
2. All Knotted Up [2:08]
3. Laura's Disappearing Act [7:11]
4. A Nervous Nut [13:24]
5. Marriage and a Movie [1:52]
6. End Credits [:51]
1. Opening Titles [:20]
2. A Special Affair [1:52]
3. Prenuptial Arguement [12:22]
4. Mismated Souls [8:33]
5. Tag Scene [1:36]
6. End Credits [:51]
1. Opening Titles [:21]
2. A Mission for Rob [2:04]
3. The Wrong Woman [11:17]
4. How to Tell [10:05]
5. Tag Scene [:58]
6. End Credits [:51]
1. Opening Titles [:19]
2. She Did It Again [4:21]
3. Stiff Competition [13:25]
4. A Tough Decision [5:24]
5. Tag Scene [1:16]
6. End Credits [:50]
1. Opening Titles [:20]
2. Writers' Block [6:51]
3. Sargeant Stradivarius [7:31]
4. An Unforgettable Night [8:01]
5. Tag Scene [1:37]
6. End Credits [:51]
Side #2 -- Season Three, Disc 2
1. Opening Titles [:21]
2. Big Max Visits [2:12]
3. An Offer They Can't Refuse [11:40]
4. The Diamond Club [10:04]
5. Tag Scene [:32]
6. End Credits [:46]
1. Opening Titles [:20]
2. Warned by the Wives [3:49]
3. Smooth Sailing So Far [8:41]
4. Mutiny on the Betty Lou [10:46]
5. Tag Scene [1:05]
6. End Credits [:41]
1. Opening Titles [:19]
2. Much-Needed Help [2:06]
3. Maria's First Day [12:48]
4. Hidden Talent [8:26]
5. Tag Scene [:59]
6. End Credits [:53]
1. Opening Titles [:19]
2. 1 of 8 Million [1:45]
3. Rob's Civic Duty [16:19]
4. More Witnessing [5:47]
5. Tag Scene [:32]
6. End Credits [:50]
1. Opening Titles [:19]
2. One Grateful Dancer [3:17]
3. Schoolgirl Crush [7:26]
4. Laura's Advice [12:19]
5. Tag Scene [1:14]
6. End Credits [:49]
1. Opening Titles [:20]
2. Special Show Idea [1:55]
3. A Christmas Party [7:44]
4. More Yuletide Cheer [11:49]
5. Fine Musicians [2:48]
6. End Credits [:49]
Side #3 -- Season Three, Disc 3
1. Opening Titles [:20]
2. Two Lunch Dates [3:46]
3. One Proud Wife [5:15]
4. Disgruntled Co-Workers [13:16]
5. Tag Scene [1:22]
6. End Credits [:44]
1. Opening Titles [:20]
2. Party Planning [2:02]
3. Almost the Thing to Do [9:12]
4. Robo the Clown [10:34]
5. Tag Scene [1:49]
6. End Credits [:44]
1. Opening Titles [:21]
2. The Lawyer [3:41]
3. The Lady [11:57]
4. The Tiger [8:05]
5. Tag Scene [:37]
6. End Credits [:44]
1. Opening Titles [:20]
2. The 19th Green [4:10]
3. Love Notes [7:50]
4. Father Coogan [10:01]
5. Tag Scene [2:14]
6. End Credits [:43]
1. Opening Titles [:21]
2. A Not-So-Friendly Scene [1:59]
3. Lucky Streak [10:31]
4. Cheating to Lose [9:54]
5. Tag Scene [:59]
6. End Credits [:44]
1. Opening Titles [:21]
2. Another Lake Invitation [5:26]
3. Rob's Back [9:40]
4. Subconsciously Speaking [7:36]
5. Tag Scene [1:36]
6. End Credits [:44]
1. Opening Titles [:21]
2. A Pleasant Surprise [1:27]
3. Sally's Encore [9:49]
4. Resident Celebrity [11:37]
5. Tag Scene [1:09]
6. End Credits [:43]
Side #4 -- Season Three, Disc 4
1. Opening Titles [:20]
2. Help Wanted [2:00]
3. The Search Continues [8:21]
4. Too Perfect [12:37]
5. Tag Scene [1:27]
6. End Credits [:43]
1. Opening Titles [:19]
2. A Chapter on Honeymoons [1:21]
3. Operation Lake View Lodge [8:49]
4. Honeymoon with Bambi [12:09]
5. Tag Scene [2:00]
6. End Credits [:43]
1. Opening Titles [:19]
2. New Producer [4:23]
3. Petrie the Pushover [7:03]
4. A Changed Man [11:57]
5. Tag Scene [:58]
6. End Credits [:43]
1. Opening Titles [:19]
2. The Final Toast [1:40]
3. Messy Plots [13:47]
4. Burying the Issue [7:08]
5. Tag Scene [1:42]
6. End Credits [:43]
1. Opening Titles [:19]
2. Rob's Tarantula [5:40]
3. Carpool Day [6:18]
4. Detecting Imperfection [11:02]
5. Tag Scene [1:08]
6. End Credits [:43]
1. Opening Titles [:19]
2. Radio on Television [1:44]
3. The Guests [12:40]
4. A Slight Problem [8:11]
5. Tag Scene [1:19]
6. End Credits [:43]
Side #5 -- Season Three, Disc 5
1. Opening Titles [:20]
2. Sally's Discovery [2:01]
3. An Intimate Portrait [12:03]
4. Get the Picture [9:25]
5. Tag Scene [:53]
6. End Credits [:45]
1. Opening Titles [:21]
2. Behind Bars [2:29]
3. Home Alone [10:51]
4. The Blue Bunny [9:59]
5. Tag Scene [:58]
6. End Credits [:44]
1. Opening Titles [:20]
2. Poor Millie [3:10]
3. The White Peacock [8:57]
4. Helping Helper [10:45]
5. Tag Scene [:59]
6. End Credits [:45]
1. Opening Titles [:20]
2. Rob in Distress [1:26]
3. Erwin's Elixir [11:53]
4. A Head of Something [9:24]
5. Tag Scene [:51]
6. End Credits [:44]
1. Opening Titles [:19]
2. Creative Writing [2:52]
3. Family Jealousy [8:23]
4. Ulterior Motive [12:24]
5. Tag Scene [:44]
6. End Credits [:45]
1. Opening Titles [:19]
2. A Disturbing Call [2:21]
3. Overruling Rob [8:08]
4. Just an Ordinary Day [11:42]
5. Tag Scene [1:37]
6. End Credits [:44]
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Menu

Side #1 -- Season Three, Disc 1
   That's My Boy??
      Extras
         Photo Gallery
         Audio Commentary by Carl Reiner and Dick Van Dyke
            On
            Off
         The Cast Remembers That's My Boy??
      Commentary
         On
         Off
   The Masterpiece
      Extras
         Photo Gallery
   Laura's Little Lie
      Extras
         Photo Gallery
   Very Old Shoes, Very Old Rice
      Extras
         Photo Gallery
   Uncle George
   Too Many Stars
      Extras
         Photo Gallery
   Who and Where Was Antonio Stradivarius?
      Extras
         Photo Gallery
   Play All Episodes
   Special Features
      Bonus Footage: The Cast Remembers That's My Boy??
      Audio Commentary: That's My Boy??
         On
         Off
Side #2 -- Season Three, Disc 2
   Big Max Calvada
      Extras
         Photo Gallery
         The Cast Remembers Sheldon Leonard
         Sheldon on the Role of Executive Producer
   The Ballad of the Betty Lou
      Extras
         Photo Gallery
         Dick Remembers the Betty Lou
         The Danny Thomas Show (10/21/63)
   Turtles, Ties and Toreadors
      Extras
         Photo Gallery
   The Sound of the Trumpets of Conscience Falls Deafly on a Brain That Holds Its Ears...Or Something Like That!
   The Third One from the Left
   The Alan Brady Show Presents
      Extras
         Photo Gallery
   Play All Episodes
   Special Features
      Bonus Footage: The Cast Remembers Sheldon Leonard
      Bonus Footage: Sheldon on the Role of an Executive Producer
      Bonus Footage: Dick Remembers the Betty Lou
      Bonus Footage: The Danny Thomas Show (10/21/63)
Side #3 -- Season Three, Disc 3
   My Husband Is the Best One
   Happy Birthday and Too Many More
      Extras
         Photo Gallery
   The Lady and the Tiger and the Lawyer
   The Life and Love of Joe Coogan
      Extras
         Dick and Mary Remember Joe Coogan
   A Nice, Friendly Game of Cards
      Extras
         Rehearsal Footage from A Day in the Life of Sheldon Leonard
   The Brave and the Backache
      Extras
         Photo Gallery
   The Pen Is Mightier Than the Mouth
   Play All Episodes
   Special Features
      Bonus Footage: Dick and Mary Remember Joe Coogan
      Bonus Footage: Rehearsal Footage from A Day in the Life of Sheldon Leonard
Side #4 -- Season Three, Disc 4
   My Part-Time Wife
   Honeymoons Are for the Lucky
   How to Spank a Star
      Extras
         Carl Remembers Alan Brady
   The Plots Thicken
   Scratch My Car and Die
   The Return of Edwin Carp
      Extras
         Photo Gallery
   Play All Episodes
   Special Features
      Bonus Footage: Carl Remembers Alan Brady
Side #5 -- Season Three, Disc 5
   October Eve
      Commentary
         On
         Off
      Extras
         Photo Gallery
         Audio Commentary by Carl Reiner and Dick Van Dyke
            On
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         Emmy Awards (1963-1964) - Outstanding Continued Performance by an Actor/Actress in a Series
   Dear Mrs. Petrie, Your Husband Is in Jail
      Extras
         Photo Gallery
   My Neighbor's Husband's Other Life
   I'd Rather Be Bald Than Have No Head at All
      Extras
         Photo Gallery
   Teacher's Petrie
      Extras
         Photo Gallery
         Dick and Mary on Van Dyke & Company (1975)
   My Two Showoffs and Me
      Extras
         Photo Gallery
   Play All Episodes
   Special Features
      Bonus Footage: Carl Remebers October Eve
      Bonus Footage: Emmy Awards (1963-1964) - Outstanding Continued Performance by an Actor/Actress in a Series
      Bonus Footage: Dick and Mary on Van Dyke & Company (1975)
      Audio Commentary: October Eve
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    A really good show

    The Dyke Van Dyke Show is very relaxing to watch, but very exciting at the same time. It is always very funny. It keeps a smile on your face. Dick Van Dyke is one of the best shows since it came out. With Laura (Mary Tyler Moore), has been very good with the show adding on to what Dick Van Dyke does. It is a very good show and I hope that you watch it for the excitment.

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