Beloved Dick Van Dyke Receives Sweet Serenade at Disney

Dick Van Dyke Disneyland
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There are only a handful of actors and actresses that capture the hearts of so many people. One of those actors is Disney Legend, Dick Van Dyke. Van Dyke was made a Disney Legend in 2021 but has been a huge part of the Disney family since 1964. That is when he starred in the iconic film, Mary Poppins. Since then, he has also worked with Disney on the films Night at the Museum, Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb, and Mary Poppins Returns. He also provided his voice talents for Mickey Mouse Clubhouse.

Dick Van Dyke Night at the Museum

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Mr. Van Dyke has always been very open about his love for Disney. He has appeared at multiple D23 Expos, held biannually in Anaheim, California. He has even done impromptu performances at the Expos with his barbershop quartet. Van Dyke has also been spotted out and about in Malibu, California, wearing the most amazing “Spoonful of Sugar” sweatshirt.


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Recently, Van Dyke and his wife, Arlene Silver, spent some time at the perfect place for Disney lovers, Disneyland Resort! Van Dyke was spotted at several places around Disneyland, including on the balcony of the exclusive Club 33, where he smiled and waved at fans as he enjoyed his surroundings. He and his wife seemed thrilled to interact with the guests, who were so excited to see them.

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He also received a wonderful serenade from Disney’s own barbershop quartet, the Dapper Dans. As you can see in the video, his wife is moved to tears as she watches her husband sing a song that means so much to him and Disney fans all over the world.


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Mr. Van Dyke, who will celebrate his 98th birthday in December, is proving that, in many ways, age is just a number. Van Dyke spends time out in Malibu, attending fitness classes with his wife. Just after turning 97, the two even released an adorable music video.

In addition to that, Van Dyke likes to show how much he cares for the people who live and work in his community. He has been seen more than once at the Malibu Labor Exchange, handing out money to those in need. The Malibu Labor Exchange is a non-profit that pairs companies that are looking for workers with those who are looking for work.

Dick Van Dyke helping homeless

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Related: Dick Van Dyke Releases New Video Telling Everyone to Look Out for Themselves

Although the adored actor has stepped back from acting, that doesn’t mean that he is slowing down. Van Dyke is active on social media and has shared a video of his new endeavor — learning how to play the ukulele.

Dick Van Dyke ukulele

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Van Dyke is currently set to star in a new film, Capture the Flag, which is in pre-production. The film will also star Barry Corbin, Louis Gossett Jr., John Amos, and Paul Dooley. The men will play a group of veterans who compete in a game of capture the flag. The winner will get the honor of raising Old Glory every morning at their retirement home.

About Krysten Swensen

A born and bred New England girl living the Disney life in Southern California. I love to read, to watch The Golden Girls, and love everything to do with Disney and Universal. I also love to share daily doses of Disney on my Disney Instagram @BrazzleDazzleDisney!

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