The Danny Kaye Show: Season 3, Episode 20

Episode #3.20 (2 Feb. 1966)

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Danny's guest for this week's show are actor Eddie Albert and singer Morgana King. Eddie gives a dramatic reading of Stephen Vincent Benet's poem "Ballad of William Sycamore". Later Eddie ... See full summary »

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Billy Barnes ...
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The Earl Brown Singers ...
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Paul Weston ...
Himself - Barbershop Quartet Singer
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Danny's guest for this week's show are actor Eddie Albert and singer Morgana King. Eddie gives a dramatic reading of Stephen Vincent Benet's poem "Ballad of William Sycamore". Later Eddie and Danny play two husbands who have lied to their wives so they can attend a weekly poker game. Danny forms a barbershop quartet with staff musicians/composers Paul Weston, Earl Brown and Billy Barnes to sing "Indiana". Written by David Bassler

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Mountain Valley
Performed by Morgana King
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