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today to refer to customizable sounds used on mobile phones.
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The Dick Van Dyke Show - The Complete Series
Trip into the living room of comedy writer Rob
Petrie (Dick Van Dyke) along with his lovely wife, Laura (Mary Tyler Moore),
wisecracking co-workers and nutty neighbors. Consistently ranked among the top
TV comedies of all time and renowned for its top-notch cast and stellar writing,
this groundbreaking series is now available in one special collectible box set,
presented fully restored and uncut! All Episodes Digitally Remastered for
Unsurpassed Video and Audio Quality!
Before The Dick Van Dyke Show,
suburbia was never portrayed on television as a haven of sophistication. We
never followed Ozzie Nelson to work. And we never, ever fantasized what Ward and
June Cleaver did behind closed doors. But Your Show of Shows veteran Carl
Reiner's groundbreaking series broke the staid, sitcom mold. Just consider Mary
Tyler Moore's Laura Petrie, the ravishing wife of Dick Van Dyke's comedy writer,
Rob Petrie. "I'm just a housewife," she proclaims in the episode "To Tell or Not
to Tell," just before breaking into an incendiary bossa nova in the Petrie
living room. In "The Return of Happy Spangler," she is jokingly identified as
Jackie Kennedy. But the comparison is apt. She's got style (those capri pants
scandalized the show's sponsors!), she's got grace, and when Moore came into her
own as a gifted comedienne, she took her stock character to dizzy new heights.
The Dick Van Dyke Show boasted a peerless ensemble, gold-standard writing, and
characters who became icons: Son Ritchie (played by Larry Matthews), man-hungry
Sally Rogers (Rose Marie), old school "human joke machine" Buddy Sorrell (Morey
Amsterdam), and tyrannical boss Alan Brady (Reiner).
Incredibly, the show
was nearly canceled after its first season. Executive producer Sheldon Leonard
championed the series, and CBS moved the Petries to follow the top-rated Beverly
Hillbillies. The rest is television history. Unlike the high-concept
Hillbillies, the more sophisticated Dick Van Dyke Show's appeal was in its more
grounded situations and three-dimensional characters, each of whom were given
ample opportunities to shine. Rob's deft and daft juggling of his glamorous
career and harried home life inspired some of the best episodes, but at the
heart of this series' timeless appeal was the palpable chemistry between Rob and
Laura, as witness their sudden embrace at the moving conclusion of "The Square
Triangle." A pop culture benchmark, The Dick Van Dyke Show is must-own
television. --Donald Liebenson
For this weeks Macro Mondays we have to show a
TV show. British Flickrites should be able to guess what this represents. Tthe
show finished in 2010.
Children's TV Show Host
My failed Children's TV show called Macaroon
Avenue. PBS called the pilot, "traumatizing to kids, and potentially illegal"