Dick Van Dyke, wife Arlene Silver are 'havin' a ball' in sweet music video duet

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Even in his mid-90s, Dick Van Dyke has still got the moves.

The "Mary Poppins" star, 96, appears in a music video for wife Arlene Silver's band Arlene & The Vantastix, which dropped on Valentine's Day. The lovebirds dueted for a sweet cover of the Doris Day tune "Everybody Loves a Lover." Van Dyke and Silver have been married since February 2012.

In the video, the couple parades through a colorful, gallery-style room filled with ivory statues and floral wall art.

"Gee, I feel just about 10 feet tall," Van Dyke playfully sings as he rises from a vibrant, floral-print chair. "I'm havin' a ball."

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Accompanied by trumpeter Tony Guerrero and the melodious voices of The Vantastix backup singers, Van Dyke and Silver sync up for a jazz square combination and then lovingly look into each other's eyes to sing the rest of the song.

This isn't the first time Van Dyke has proven age is just a number.

The Emmy-winning actor returned to the world of "Mary Poppins" in 2018, playing Mr. Dawes Jr. in the sequel "Mary Poppins Returns." Although director Rob Marshall and choreographer John DeLuca made a contingency plan – setting up a stool and chair and positioning stars Emily Blunt and Lin-Manuel Miranda on the sideline – to assist Van Dyke in his dance number, he didn't need the help.

"He sort of waves us away, and it was a big lunge onto a chair and onto the desk," Blunt told USA TODAY at the time. "And he just hoofed away on that desk like there was no tomorrow. Rob was so touched, he couldn’t even say cut; he was crying."

In addition to "Mary Poppins," Van Dyke starred in the 1968 fantasy adventure "Chitty Chitty Bang Bang," as well as the CBS sitcom "The Dick Van Dyke Show."

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Contributing: Bryan Alexander

This article originally appeared on USA TODAY: Dick Van Dyke: 'Mary Poppins' icon joins wife in sweet music video