Is this Morey Amsterdam in The Dick Van Dyke Show or something else?

He was in everything from TV Westerns to gangster films!

Morey Amsterdam made audiences laugh for five seasons as the wise-cracking Buddy Sorrell on The Dick Van Dyke Show. He always had a joke to make — especially at the expense of Mel the producer.

By the time he landed the role of Buddy, Amsterdam had been acting on various TV shows for years. He was even in a few gangster films!

We’ve collected images of Morey Amsterdam from The Dick Van Dyke Show and mixed them with shots of him from other projects around that time. Can you tell which is which?

  1. What is Morey Amsterdam in here?
  2. What about here?
  3. What is this image from?
  4. What about this one?
  5. Was Charles Bronson on The Dick Van Dyke Show or is this from something else?
  6. What is Morey Amsterdam in here?
  7. Here is Morey Amsterdam with Barbara Eden. What is it from?
  8. What is this from?
  9. What about this?
  10. What is Morey Amsterdam in here?
  11. Here's Morey Amsterdam with a cello. What is this from?
  12. Here are Morey Amsterdam and Rose Marie in...

Is this Morey Amsterdam in The Dick Van Dyke Show or something else?

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JHP 25 days ago
12-12 3 ez

love Morey - he was the poor mans don rickles
Marshall_Kolchak 5 months ago
12/12 perchance this one was too easy...
Bob 5 months ago
12/12. I guessed that the last one was a trick question and was right.
Randall 5 months ago
I love MOREY AMSTREDAM, and no one mentioned the Lawsuit he was involved in concerning the lyrics for a popular ANDREWS SISTERS song called rum and Coca Cola This would be an interesting article for ME TV!
SteveO 5 months ago
Just assumed it was DVD because Rose Marie was in picture
Kenner 5 months ago
12/12. I know ‘Morey.’ Wish I could cash in on this knowledge. 💰
Dajj 5 months ago
12/12!! Very funny and talented guy!!::
robyni23 5 months ago
You got 12 out of 12
You were lookin' sharp on this quiz. Great job!
vinman63 5 months ago
I was wondering how easy a Richard Deacon quiz wil be.
geatornez82 6 months ago
12/12. And I think #12 is a trick question!
Jeremy 6 months ago
Missed #9! Should've paid more attention to Rose Marie.
Tracye 6 months ago
12/12 love the Dick Van Duke show !
johnnypatio 6 months ago
11/12 I love The Dick Van Dyke Show...
MikefromJersey 6 months ago
12 for 12. Regarding question 12, the movie mentioned from 1966, "Don't Worry, We'll Think of a Title"
has an incredible roster of comics doing cameos, so I watched it. On my deathbed I will be
cursing this stinker for robbing me of 83 minutes that I could have better spent cleaning my
cat's litter box. What a stinker. the movie, not the cat.
But to be honest, if I had never seen it but knew how bad it was, I would still tune in just to see
how comedic geniuses like Danny Thomas helped create such a mess. I have a feeling it was
meant to be a quickie with the cast of the Dick Van Dyke Show to cash in on all the love for that
series as it left the air, but Dick backed out, which would explain how all these peers of his
appeared, they had already signed on and were stuck. I could be wrong.
MaryAnn MikefromJersey 5 months ago
🤣 Yeah, it looks pretty lame...
stephaniestavr5 6 months ago
The movie How To Marry A Millionaire, was the first color and cinemascope movie shown on prime time network television.
The series was Barbara Eden's first and one of the first movies to be turned into a tv series.
All true and here's a fun fact: After appearing in one of the last I Love Lucys, Lucille Ball offered Eden a contract, but she had already signed with 20th Century Fox!
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