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The King’s New Clothes

Danny Kaye as Hans Christian Andersen performs The Emperor's New Clothes for the children
Song lyrics to The King’s New Clothes sung by Danny Kaye in Hans Christian Andersen (1952) This is the story of the King’s new clothes. Now there was once a king who was absolutely insane about new clothes and one day, two swindlers came to sell him what they said was a magic...
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The Ugly Duckling

Danny Kaye as Hans Christian Andersen
Song lyrics to The Ugly Duckling, sung by Danny Kaye in Hans Christian Andersen (1952), music and lyrics by Frank Loesser There once was an ugly duckling, With feathers all stubby and brown, And the other birds in so many words said, Get out of town Get out,...
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Inchworm

Danny Kaye sings Inchworm in Hans Christian Andersen
Song lyrics to Inchworm sung by Danny Kaye in Hans Christian Andersen (1952) music and lyrics by Frank Loesser Inchworm, inchworm Measuring the marigolds Could it be, stop and see How beautiful they are
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Hans Christian Andersen

Hans Christian Andersen (1952) starring Danny Kaye
Hans Christian Andersen (1952) starring Danny Kaye Synopsis of Hans Christian Andersen  A fantasy fairy tale about the life of Hans Christian Andersen weaving some of his most famous tales into the story, starring Danny Kaye as the great storyteller.  It includes some truly great musical moments, such as  Inchworm, The...
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The Court Jester

The Court Jester (1955) starring Danny Kaye, Angela Lansbury, Glynis Johns, Basil Rathbone
Review of The Court Jester (1955) starring Danny Kaye, Angela Lansbury, Glynis Johns, Basil Rathbone I can safely say that The Court Jester with Danny Kaye is one of the funniest movies that I’ve ever seen.  The film begins in medieval England with a band of outlaws led by the Black Fox, determined to put...
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The Pipes of Pan – song lyrics

Song lyrics to The Pipes of Pan‚ (1958) - lyrics by Johnny Mercer, music by Saul Chaplin, performed by Danny Kaye and chorus of schoolchildren in the movie Merry Andrew
Song lyrics to The Pipes of Pan‚ (1958) – lyrics by Johnny Mercer, music by Saul Chaplin, performed by Danny Kaye and chorus of schoolchildren in the movie Merry Andrew No, no, no, no no! I mean the astral alien, The creature bacchanalian No good Episcopalian believes in. It’s...
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Everything is Tickety-Boo song lyrics

Danny Kaye singing Everything is Tickety-Boo in Merry Andrew
Song lyrics to Everything is Tickety-boo‚ by Johnny Mercer and Saul Chaplin, sung by Danny Kaye ‚ the movie Merry Andrew starring Danny Kaye Everything is tickety-boo, tickety-boo, tickety-boo Everything is tickety-boo on such a dreamy day-di-li-ootely You could be a snickety-poo, snickety-poo, snickety-POO With the sky so blickety-blue it causes...
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Merry Andrew

Danny Kaye in the happiest show in town - Merry Andrew - co-starring Pier Angelli
Merry Andrew (1958), starring Danny Kaye Merry Andrew is an old English term for a clown.  In the movie Merry Andrew, Danny Kaye plays Andrew Larabee, a slightly stuffy professor, who has received permission for an archeological dig at a site in England.‚  The land is owned by an old school friend of his, who...
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The Secret Life of Walter Mitty

The Secret Life of Walter Mitty, starring Danny Kaye, Virginia Mayo, Boris Karloff
The Secret Life of Walter Mitty (1947) starring Danny Kaye, Virginia Mayo, Boris Karloff In The Secret Life of Walter Mitty, Danny Kaye‚ is a natural to play the part of Walter Mitty, the henpecked man who takes refuge from his boring life by engaging in a series of...
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The Five Pennies

The Five Pennies (1959) starring Danny Kaye, Barbara Bel Geddes, Louis Armstrong
Editorial review of The Five Pennies (1959) starring Danny Kaye, Barbara Bel Geddes, Louis Armstrong, courtesy of‚ Amazon.com Danny Kaye‚ shows off his keen musical sense in the lead role of‚ The Five Pennies, the life story of cornet master Red Nichols–or at least the Hollywood version of Nichols’ life. The...
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