Dick Van Dyke is still plucky.
The 97-year-old “Mary Poppins” star on Monday shared video of him learning to play the ukulele. (Watch the video below.)
“Where’s the F?” Van Dyke asks as he strums away in the Instagram video.
The song-and-dance legend encouraged viewers to branch out from the ordinary.
“It’s never too late to start something new,” he wrote.
Van Dyke has walked that talk before, appearing on “The Masked Singer” in February to shock some fans who “thought I was dead,” he said.
“The airbags did not deploy, so I just had a face plant right in the steering wheel and it made me a little dumber,” he joked.
Perhaps Van Dyke was inspired to learn the ukulele by silent film comedy legend Buster Keaton.
“He lived out in Woodland Hills on a little quarter of an acre,” Van Dyke said. “And I called his wife. I went on a Sunday, and was sitting there talking. And Buster’s walking around the house outside, looking in the windows. And I said, ‘Is he gonna come in?’”
“‘Buster’s very shy. He’ll work his way up to it.’ Finally, he came in. He had on his little flat hat and a ukulele, singing, ‘Oh Mr. Moon, Moon, Carolina Moon. Won’t you shine on —’ That was his introduction to me. And then, of course, I plied him with a million questions.”