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The New Dick Van Dyke Show 

Dick Van Dyke and Hope Lange play modern married couple Dick and Jenny Preston, who have comic misadventures raising their teenage daughter.


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Dick Van Dyke and Hope Lange play modern married couple Dick and Jenny Preston, who have comic misadventures raising their teenage daughter.

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What Kind of Reception Does a Television Star Get at Home? Check Dick and His Co-Star Hope Lange (season 1)







Release Date:

18 September 1971 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

El nuevo Show de Dick Van Dyke  »

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(72 episodes)

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1.33 : 1
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Did You Know?


The show was originally filmed in Carefree, Arizona in order to accommodate Van Dyke who was living in Arizona at the time. For the third season, production was moved to Hollywood. Van Dyke decided not to continue with the show because he wanted to move back to Arizona and because Carl Reiner had quit as producer. See more »


Referenced in Mystery Science Theater 3000: Master Ninja I (1992) See more »

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The House Was Fantastic!

No matter how crazy this sounds, while this show was on the air, it was one of my favorite shows! I found this show very entertaining, I found it enjoyable to watch, and, I even love the reruns, and why? The House!.. That house in Phoenix was absolutely spectacular! The sofa was second to none, the staircase was the most beautiful informal staircase on the face of the Earth! It is one of those homes that exudes a comfortable American affluence.. This house was so inviting for you to just sit around in it and eat a dinner comprised of 40 pounds of Prime Rib with Baked Alaska for dessert! The adobe fireplace was so innovative, and, I love the concept of a Master Bedroom on the main level of the house!The Sunken Living Room that had several conversation areas, and light colored walls which were so avant garde for the early seventies!The house in California during the last season of the show was nice, especially the open staircase, not nearly as breathtaking as the Phoenix one though! Dick Van Dyke's original show had a house in Connecticut which was very open and executive looking, however, it was too linked to the motif of early sixties decor! Yes, interior design can make all the difference in the world! I loved Dick Van Dyke's second show "The New Dick Van Dyke Show' and, it was all because of the house! That house in Phoenix was absolutely magnificent!

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