https://www.podtrac.com/pts/redirect.mp3/archive.org/download/rr12021/LOL132.mp3 A Legacy Of Laughs features The Danny Kaye Show this week. We hear his episode from February 17, 1945, A Dog Gets Danny Evicted. Download LOL132
On Episode 30 of Season 2 of the Old Radio Comedy Podcast, we bring you the premier broadcast of The Danny Kaye Show, January 6, 1945. Visit us at https://anchor.fm/oldradiocomedypodcast or by email at email@example.com. Thanks for listening!
Jack Benny 52-03-02 (798) Guests - Frank Sinatra, Danny Kaye, George Burns
Old Time Radio Comedy Time Machine
Jack Benny is one of the great American comedians. His work spans the 20th century, from vaudeville to radio and movies to TV. In vaudeville, he delivered the snappy comebacks and one liners with intelligence and wit, but it was only with the continuing development of his personal trait comedy that he really became the Jack Benny we all know so well. "Who else could play for four decades the part of a vain, miserly, argumentative skinflint, and emerge a national treasure? The secret of his success was deceptively simple: he was a man of great heart." That's John Dunning's assessment from "On the Air, The Encyclopedia of Old Time Radio," which gives a great history of the man and his show. "Where would I be today without my writers, without Rochester, Dennis Day, Mary Livingstone, Phil Harris, and Don Wilson?" Benny asked in Newsweek in 1947.
Studs talks with versatile actor, singer, performer Danny Kaye
Studs Terkel Archive Podcast
First broadcast on March 08, 1963. Studs talks with versatile actor, singer, performer Danny Kaye who opens up about his worldwide appeal to children and adults alike, relating to children on their terms, his father's influence, the skills and work that go into his crafts, and much more. Kaye reveals his lack of musical training yet details his comic conducting talents ala Victor Borge via his charity work. The conversation continues with talk of his variety show performances, his fondness for Señor Wences, the medium of television, and his knack for dialects. Original broadcast includes recordings of "The Inch Worm" from the film "Hans Christian Andersen," "Mommy, Gimme a Drinka Water," "Tschaikowsky (and Other Russians)" from "Lady in the Dark," "Molly Malone," "The Babbitt and the Bromide," and "Dinah".
Down These Mean Streets (Old Time Radio Detectives)
Sing, dance, act, and make audiences howl with laughter - Danny Kaye could do it all, and he found a magnificent showcase for many of his talents in his own weekly radio series. The Danny Kaye Show found the star at the top of his game surrounded by an A-list supporting cast of Eve Arden, Lionel Stander, and more. We'll hear the first two episodes of the program (originally aired on CBS on January 6 and January 13, 1945).
The Danny Kaye Show - Comedy-Variety - March 1, 1946
Intro has details about Danny Kaye... some of the highlights of this extremely talented man's life. Special guests on this show include the vocalist Georgia Gibbs and actor Orson Welles. There are several good comedic skits with Orson and Danny. Danny tries to teach Orson how to sing "scat" music... to no avail, but he tries! This program will live in the playlist entitled "Variety -Comical-Musicals"
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https://www.podtrac.com/pts/redirect.mp3/archive.org/download/rr32020/LOL91.mp3 It’s The Danny Kaye Show on this week’s A Legacy Of Laughs. We’ll hear his episode from February 3, 1945, King Of Brooklyn. Download LOL91
April 28, 1946 - Jack Benny, Mary Livingstone, Dennis Day and Phil Harris go to see Danny Kaye's new movie "The Kid From Brooklyn". References include the zany bandleader Spike Jones, violinists Fritz Kreisler and Jasha Heifitz, teen actors Freddie Bartholomew and Shirley Temple, gossip columnist Hedda Hopper, Crosby and Hope, Diamond Jim Brady more!
https://www.podtrac.com/pts/redirect.mp3/archive.org/download/rr12020/LOL76.mp3 This week on A Legacy Of Laughs, The Danny Kaye Show takes a Trip To Washington in this episode from January 27, 1945. Download LOL76