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elvisandjerrylewislover:

Jerry Lewis-On the set-Who`s Minding The Store-Living It Up-Second pic with Danny Kaye-Jerry and dogs a beautiful combination

linwemithrandir:

favourite scenes from movies + Hubert Hawkins’ Lullaby from The Court Jester (1955) [x]

Loo-loo-loo I’ll take you dreaming
Through the rainy night
To a place behind the raindrops
Where the stars are bright

treadmill-to-oblivion:

The Jack Benny Program (5-28-1944) Warner Brothers wants to make “The Life of Jack Benny” which has Jack’s head in the clouds …until he runs into Danny Kaye at the studio! Danny performs his great “Stanislavsky” routine. Another favorite among Benny fans! (Running Time: 26:36)

nonbinarywillywonka:

If you wanna be my lover you gotta watch all of Danny Kaye’s movies and be ready to quote entire scenes on command

Make it last forever, TCM marathons never eeennnddd!

Gene Tierney in On the Riviera (1951)

pickurselfup:

Danny Kaye with Walter Slezak in The Inspector General (1949)

pickurselfup:

Caption: Danny Kaye clowns around with fellow funnyman Harvey Korman and Mrs. Korman as he promotes the new season of his CBS show, September, 1964 (via Los Angeles Public Library).

pickurselfup:

Caption: Danny Kaye clowns around with fellow funnyman Harvey Korman and Mrs. Korman as he promotes the new season of his CBS show, September, 1964 (via Los Angeles Public Library).

pickurselfup:

Caption: Actor Danny Kaye clowns around with composer Frank Loesser while rehearsing a song for the 1952 film Hans Christian Andersen.

pickurselfup:

Caption: Actor Danny Kaye clowns around with composer Frank Loesser while rehearsing a song for the 1952 film Hans Christian Andersen.


Danny Kaye playing golf in London, 1951.

Danny Kaye playing golf in London, 1951.

rapturerecords:

Song: Bread and Butter Woman / Civilization

Artist: Danny Kaye and the Andrews Sisters with Vic Schoen and his Orchestra

Record Label: Decca Records 23940

Recorded: September 27, 1947

A lovely duet about the virtues of women with plain tastes as opposed to extravagance.