Dick Van Dyke ‘overwhelmed by demand’ as he flogs video messages for £830
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Dick Van Dyke is selling personalised video messages for £830.
The Mary Poppins actor, 94, put his name down for Cameo, on which big names can record short clips for fans.
And Dick's been flooded with requests, his page says.
"Due to overwhelming demand," the profile reads, "Mister hasn't been able to accommodate the influx of requests in the allotted time.
"He puts care and thought into each video. Please reorder, if expired."
Dick maintains his legendary good humour in the clips, too.
Sat at his kitchen table, he tells one fan: "So you've turned 40? I'm 94, I'm not impressed.
"Don't they say 40 is the new 30, something like that? I didn't really get a break till I was 35 years old, so you've got a lot of time ahead of you."
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Dishing out some characteristic wisdom, Dick adds: "I've always had this philosophy that there's no such thing as an adult.
"An adult is just a disguise that a kid puts on so they can get through adult life."
And it seems he's been a hit on the site, the comments flooded with five-star reviews.
He sends them a greeting and doles out some worldly wisdom
Dick is a living legend on and off screen
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"Mr Dyke, your Cameo could not have been better!" one enamoured fan gushes. "God bless!"
Dick is perhaps best known for his role as Bert in the classic 1964 Mary Poppins, the one-man band, kite seller and chimney sweep with a massive crush on Julie Andrews' Mary.
He also portrayed the aged banker Mr Dawes, who died laughing at the end of the film.
Dick appeared in both the original and Disney's sequel
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He returned in 2018 as Mr Dawes Jr
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And in Disney's 2018 sequel, in which the role of the titular nanny is taken over by Emily Blunt, Dick immediately asked if he could be in it.
Dick returned in to play Mr Dawes Jr, the son of one of his original characters.
And he brought the same character, wit and wisdom to set that he does to his personalised video messages.
"Every frame is him," enthused director Rob Marshall, "He's fearless, has such a joy and he loves to dance. He's truly an original."