The Danny Kaye Show: Season 2, Episode 25

Episode #2.25 (10 Mar. 1965)

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Danny is joined by singer/comic actor Jim Nabors and jazz pianist Oscar Peterson and his combo. Jim plays his TV sitcom character 'Gomer Pyle' who must deal with a Russian spy. He also ... See full summary »

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Danny is joined by singer/comic actor Jim Nabors and jazz pianist Oscar Peterson and his combo. Jim plays his TV sitcom character 'Gomer Pyle' who must deal with a Russian spy. He also plays a U.S. Marine recruit who interacts with a drill sergeant played by Danny. Danny spoofs Leonard Bernstein with his character as a famous Viennese orchestra conductor. Written by David Bassler

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Music by George Gershwin (uncredited)
Lyrics by Irving Caesar (uncredited)
Performed by Jim Nabors
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