Is this an episode of The Dick Van Dyke Show or a Dick Van Dyke movie?

Do you know the difference between "Fitzwilly" and "The Twizzle"?

Dick Van Dyke has always been equally at home in movies and television. During and after starring in his own show, he acted in many big-screen comedies, most notably Chitty Chitty Bang Bang and Mary Poppins. But many of his films weren't quite so fantastical and dealt with the same themes as The Dick Van Dyke Show.

We've mixed together Dick Van Dyke Show episode titles with the names of his movies from the 1960s and '70s. Can you tell the difference between the two?

  1. Washington vs. the Bunny
  2. Divorce American Style
  3. All About Eavesdropping
  4. Fitzwilly
  5. The Ghost of A. Chantz
  6. Coast to Coast Big Mouth
  7. The Art of Love
  8. Father of the Week
  9. Never a Dull Moment
  10. The Twizzle
  11. Some Kind of a Nut
  12. Cold Turkey
  13. The Gunslinger
  14. Big Max Calvada
  15. The Comic

Is this an episode of The Dick Van Dyke Show or a Dick Van Dyke movie?

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vinman63 2 months ago
Chitty Chitty Bang Bang co starring Benny Hill
ElaineLaubleKehoe 4 months ago
Dick Van Dyke did a very out-of-character and wonderful performance as a killer in the episode "Negative Reaction" of Columbo.
Mike 4 months ago
12/15 with a few lucky guesses.. :)
Lillyrose 6 months ago
9 out of 15. All guesses. I love the movie "Mary Poppins!"
jtrain 7 months ago
14/15 Got the first one wrong!
7 months ago
12 out of 15. The Comic is one of my favorite movies!
Dajj 7 months ago
12/15, I did see a lot of hos movies! Great actor.
Lacey 7 months ago
Missed 2. Never heard of Some Kn of Nut. I should not have missed The Comic as it was a good movie.
MarkSpeck 7 months ago
15 out of 15. I know both the show and his movies!
Marshall_Kolchak 7 months ago
13/15 Big Max Calvada and the Twizzle tripped me up.
The titular character in "Big Max Calvada", a mobster played by Sheldon Leonard, was named after the name given to the production company for the series, which was derived from the last names of four principals...'Ca' from Carl (Reiner) 'L' for (Sheldon) Leonard, 'Va' for (Dick) Van Dyke and 'Da' for Danny (Thomas).

"The Twizzle" was about a dance craze that combined the Twist and the Sizzle and was introduced on Alan Brady's show. This episode has a hilarious ending where they talk about another new dance craze, the Twassle, which combined the Twist with wrestling, and none other than the great Fred Blassie made a cameo to demonstrate it!
Joe 7 months ago

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scp 7 months ago
13 out of 15. I've never seen or even heard of the two movies I missed.

I actually bought "Fitzwilly" to make sure I can watch it every Christmas.
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