RICHARD WAYNE VAN DYKE

Dick Van Dyke in “Mary Poppins Returns;” an homage to a secondary role he played in the original “Mary Poppins.”
Dick Van Dyke, circa “The Dick Van Dyke Show” (1961–1966).
Performing “Rosie” with Chita Rivera in “Bye, Bye Birdie” (1961).
Mary Tyler Moore, twenty-three years old when she debuted as Laura Petrie in 1961.
A selfie with Lin-Manuel Miranda on the set of “Mary Poppins Returns.”

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Author, playwright, director, actor, theatre critic and historian, his book, “Up in the Cheap Seats,” is available at Amazon.com.

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Author, playwright, director, actor, theatre critic and historian, his book, “Up in the Cheap Seats,” is available at Amazon.com.

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