The Dick Van Dyke Show (1961–1966)
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The Two Faces of Rob 

Can a husband disguise his voice and fool his wife over the phone? Rob thinks he has, which could mean he's caught Laura flirting with a complete stranger - him.

Director:

John Rich

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Cast

Episode cast overview:
Dick Van Dyke ... Rob Petrie
Rose Marie ... Sally Rogers
Morey Amsterdam ... Buddy Sorrell
Larry Mathews ... Ritchie Petrie
Mary Tyler Moore ... Laura Petrie
Ann Morgan Guilbert ... Millie Helper
Herbie Faye ... Deli Man
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Storyline

Did Rob prove a husband can fool his wife by disguising his voice, or is Laura just playing along? Though Rob's Italian accent as suave Dr. Benno Benelli sounds more like Bela Lugosi, Laura makes a phone date with the charming imaginary physician. Which is more important to Rob, pride in his comic gifts or faith in Laura's fidelity? Written by David Stevens

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Genres:

Comedy | Family

Certificate:

TV-G
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Trivia

The Three Faces of Eve (1957) is the source for the title. See more »

Goofs

When Rob calls Laura the second time, pretending to be the Italian, he proposes a meeting for cocktails at 4:00. Laura replies that she can't come at 4:00 and suggests 4:30. This cannot be heard by Buddy and Sally, who are listening to Rob's side of the conversation. Nevertheless, after Rob hangs up, he says they will finish work early, and Buddy asks, 'At 4:30?' even though he couldn't hear Laura change the time. See more »

Quotes

Sally Rogers: [about Laura] Oh, come on, Rob, she's teasing you because she thought you were teasing her. She knows it's you.
Rob Petrie: [Shakes head] She thought it was him.
Maurice (Buddy) Sorrell: That's what she wants you to think. She knows it was you.
Rob Petrie: You gonna tell me about her? You may know you, but you don't know her. She thought it was him
Sally Rogers: Well, I know her, and I know you, and I'm telling you she knows it's you.
Rob Petrie: You think you know about us? I am part of us, and I don't know her, but I know her better than you know her, and I tell you that ...
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Connections

References The Three Faces of Eve (1957) See more »

Soundtracks

Dolce Far Niente
(uncredited)
Sung to the music of "Santa Lucia"
Traditional
Performed by Mary Tyler Moore
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Details

Country:

USA

Language:

English | Italian

Release Date:

3 October 1962 (USA) See more »

Company Credits

Production Co:

Calvada Productions See more »
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Technical Specs

Runtime:

Sound Mix:

Mono

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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