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The Dick Van Dyke Show

Season 3 Episode 27

The Return of Edwin Carp

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Aired Unknown Apr 01, 1964 on CBS
6.0
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Rob tries to get Edwin Carp to guest on a tv special.

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  • Rob, Sally & Buddy locate three people who were on old-time radio shows, and want them to reprise their radio character, for a TV Show called their doing called "Calvalcade of Stars".moreless

    10
    I love this episode, because I am a big fan of old-time radio shows, and to see Arlene Harris, Bert Gordon & Richard Hayden on the show, doing reprising their radio chararacters was top-notch! They were very funny. The radio shows were way before my time, but i love listening to them, because they were entertaining !
  • Digging up old radio stars for an episode of "The Alan Brady Show".

    2.0
    Old radio stars (I don't know) and one playing one (Richard Haydn – a favourite character that guested on one of the best episodes of "The Man From U.N.C.L.E." playing Alexander Waverly's brother, if I remember correctly). The bits are rather boring, and besides two or three scenes, this continues to be one of my least favourite episodes in the series.



    I can't write another 40 words. Will this do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do?moreless
Richard Haydn

Richard Haydn

Edwin Carp

Guest Star

Arlene Harris

Arlene Harris

Herself

Guest Star

Bert Gordon

Bert Gordon

Himself

Guest Star

Richard Deacon

Richard Deacon

Melvin Cooley

Recurring Role

Jerry Paris

Jerry Paris

Jerry Helper

Recurring Role

Carl Reiner

Carl Reiner

announcer (voice only)

Recurring Role

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  • QUOTES (1)

    • On The Alan Brady Show stage on live tv - done without the aid of elderberry wine
      Edwin Carp:
      FEET, by Scout Master Alan

      You need feet to stand up straight with.
      You need feet to kick your friends.
      You need feet to keep your socks on
      and to keep your legs from fraying at the ends.
      You need feet to stand on tippy-toe
      and to dance the hoochiekoo.
      Yes, the whole world needs feet for something,
      and I need feet to run away from from you.

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