You can get your hands on anything through Amazon, including a whole lotta Dick starting May 12. In
, Kevin Bacon stars as the titular Dick, whose roguish charm causes both parties in a marriage to fall in love with him, which also gives rise to this week’s gallery: 24 more Dicks to love from movie and TV history! I Love Dick
We love Dick Grayson, Batman’s trusty sidekick for decades (and two movies in the ’90s).
We love ‘s Dick Jones, who goes to show privatizing government functions always goes swell.
We love John Lithgow’s Dick from 3rd Rock From the Sun, a show that combined the scatological with social commentary.
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We love Biggus Dickus, a vewy gweat fweind in times of thudden crithith!
We love , Warren Beatty’s zesty take on the comic strip.
We love Dick Clark, the American Bandstand host whose New Year’s Rockin’ Eve show has been ringing in January firsts since the early ’70s.
We love Dick Ritchie, Michael Rapaport’s character in .
We love Dick Butkus, former Chicago Bear getting his just desserts here in .
We love Dick Dastardly, Hanna-Barbera bad guy and living speedbump in Wacky Races.
We love Dick Shawn, a fine Dick who gave a in ’69.
We loved seeing Walt Disney’s Dick on national TV in 1966, during season 12 of his Wonderful World of Color show.
We love , W.C. Fields’ most famous movie.
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We love Dick Cavett, affable TV personality and host of his own talk show for decades in various incarnations.
We love Dick Vitale, gentleman sportscaster and coiner of collegiate catchphrases.
We love Dick Dale, whose song “ Misirlou” laid down some heavy surf guitar on the soundtrack.
We love Dick Van Patten, leading man of ABC sitcom Eight Is Enough.
We love Dick York, who put in five years as male lead in Bewitched before getting replaced by another Dick (Sargent).
We love Dick Gregory, civil rights activist and comedian.
We love Dick Martin from Rowan & Martin’s Laugh-In, though here he is scamming on some alien babe.
We love Dick Van Dyke, living comic legend and co-star of Mary Poppins.
We love Moby Dick, Herman Melville’s famous book turned into famous Gregory Peck movie.
We love Dick Smothers, one-half of the ’60s Smothers Brothers comedy duo.
And finally, we love DiC, whose branding was ubiquitous with ’80s and early ’90s children’s shows.