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  • (1/1/84) Grand Marshal, Tournament of Roses parade, Pasadena, CA.
  • (1964-68) For CBS he hosted four telecasts of MGM's The Wizard of Oz (1939), beginning on January 26, 1964 (the film was not shown on television in 1963, possibly because President John F. Kennedy was assassinated on November 22 of that year and the nation was still in mourning during the second week of December, which was when the film was usually shown then).
  • Audio book: Narrator for "Snow White and Rose Red", a children's book-and-record set (later issued on tape).
  • (1960) Book: "Danny Kaye's Around the World Storybook", Random House.
  • (c. 2001) CD: "Cozy Christmas" (DirectSource). NOTE: Compilation CD of previously issued material. DK has 1 song, "Deck the Halls".
  • Album: "Danny Kaye Sings for Children" (Decca Records, DL-8726; MCA525).
  • Album: "Grimm's Fairy Tales" (Wonderland Records, #92).
  • (3/19/47) Radio: Appeared on "Philco Radio Time" starring Bing Crosby.
  • (1945-46) Radio: Had his own series, "The Danny Kaye Show", on CBS Radio.
  • (1955) Stage: Appeared in "Danny Kaye at the Famous London Palladium" at the London Palladium in London, England.
  • CD: "Andrews Sisters Christmas".
  • (3/26/50) Radio: Appeared on "Theater Guild on the Air" episode "The Milky Way".
  • (1978) TV commercial: Polaroid Polavision Instant Movies.
  • (1970) Stage: Appeared (as "Noah") in a production of "Two By Two" on Broadway. Musical. NOTE: During production he tore ligaments and performed in a wheelchair, since he did not use understudies.
  • (1963) Stage: Appeared in "Danny Kaye" on Broadway. Revue [Special production]. Musical Director / Choral Arranger: Johnny Mann. At the Piano: Sammy Prager. At the Drums: Sidney Kaye. Ziegfeld Theatre Orchestra Personnel Manager: Morris Stonzek. Ziegfeld Theatre: 10 Apr 1963-11 May 1963 (47 performances). Cast: Señor Wences (as "Himself"), The Three Dunhills (as "Themselves"), The Johnny Mann Singers (as "Themselves"), The Marquis.
  • (1953) Stage: Appeared in "Danny Kaye" on Broadway. Revue [Special production]. Directed by David Bines. Palace Theatre: Circa Jan 1953-unknown (unknown performances). Cast: Danny Kaye (as "Himself"), Darvas and Julia (as "Themselves"), The Three Dunhills (as "Themselves"), Marquis and Family (as "Themselves"), Peiro Brothers (as "Themselves"), Fran Warren (as "Herself").
  • (1941) Stage: Appeared in "Let's Face It!" on Broadway. Musical comedy.
  • (1941) Stage: Appeared (as "Russell Paxton") in "Lady in the Dark" on Broadway. Musical comedy. Book by Moss Hart (also director). Music by / music orchestrated by / vocal arrangements by Kurt Weill. Lyrics by Ira Gershwin. Musical Director: Maurice Abravanel. Production Design / Lighting design by Hassard Short. Scenic Design by Harry Horner. Costume Design by Irene Sharaff. Gowns Designed by Hattie Carnegie. Assistants to Mr. Horner: Lester Polakov and Dick Bernstein. Assistant to Miss Sharaff: Brion. All musical sequences staged by Hassard Short. Choreographed by Albertina Rasch. Press Representative: John Peter Toohey. Alvin Theatre: 23 Jan 1941-15 Jun 1941 (162 performances). Cast: Gertrude Lawrence (as "Liza Elliott"), Jerome Andrews (as "Alberta Rasch Group Dancer"), Nelson Barclift (as "Tom, an office boy" / "Alberta Rasch Group Dancer"), Dorothy Bird (as "Alberta Rasch Group Dancer"), George Bockman (as "Alberta Rasch Group Dancer"), Anne Bracken (as "Child"), Macdonald Carey (as "Charley Johnson"), Kenneth Casey (as "Child"), Andre Charise (as "Alberta Rasch Group Dancer"), Catherine Conrad (as "Singer"), Audrey Costello (as "Alberta Rasch Group Dancer"), Jean Cumming (as "Singer"), Davis Cunningham (as "Jack" / Singer"), Margaret Dale (as "Maggie Grant"), Patricia Deering (as "Carol, a model" / "Alberta Rasch Group Dancer"), Carol Deis (as "Singer"), Eleanor Eberle (as "Barbara"), Hazel Edwards (as "Singer"), Max Edwards (as "Singer"), Sally Ferguson (as "Child"), Len Frank (as "Singer"), Dan Harden (as "Ben Butler"), Fred Hearn (as "Alberta Rasch Group Dancer"), Manfred Hecht (as "Singer"), Yaroslav Kirov (as "Alberta Rasch Group Dancer"), Ellie Lawes (as "Child"), Joan Lawes (as "Child"), Ann Lee (as "Miss Stevens"), Robert Lee (as "Child"), Bert Lytell (as "Kendall Nesbitt"), June MacLaren (as "Alberta Rasch Group Dancer"), Jacqueline MacMillan (as "Child"), William Marel (as "Singer"), Victor Mature (as "Randy Curtis"; only Broadway role), Robert Mills (as "Child"), Warren Mills (as "Child"), Beth Nichols (as "Alberta Rasch Group Dancer"), Virginia Peine (as "Helen, a model"), Gedda Petry (as "Ruthie, a model" / "Singer"), Donald Randolph (as "Dr. Brooks"), June Rutherford (as "Singer"), Natalie Schafer (as "Alison Du Bois"), Jeanne Shelby (as "Miss Bowers"), Ward Tallmon (as "Joe, an office boy"), Lois Volkman (as "Child"), George Ward (as "Child"), William Welch (as "Child"), Wana Wennerholm (as "Alberta Rasch Group Dancer"), Margaret Westberg (as "Marcia, a model" / "Alberta Rasch Group Dancer"), Evelyn Wyckoff (as "Miss Foster"), Florence Wyman (as "Singer"). Replacement actors: Joseph Anthony (as "Alberta Rasch Group Dancer"), George Bockman (as "Tom, an office boy"), Eric Brotherson (as "Singer"), Patricia Deering (as "Barbara"), William Howell (as "Alberta Rasch Group Dancer"), Beth Nichols (as "Carol, a model"), John Sweet (as "Alberta Rasch Group Dancer"). Produced by Sam Harris. NOTE: Filmed as Lady in the Dark (1944).
  • (1939) Stage: Appeared (Broadway debut) in "The Straw Hat Revue" on Broadway. Musical revue. Book by Max Liebman and Sam Locke. Music / lyrics by James Shelton and Sylvia Fine. Choreographed by Jerome Andrews. Directed by Max Liebman. Ambassador Theatre: 29 Sep 1939-2 Dec 1939 (75 performances). Cast: Jerome Andrews, William Bales, Leon Barte, Dorothy Bird, Ruthanna Boris, Lee Brody, Robert Burton, Imogene Coca, Maude Davis, 'Alfred Drake (I)', Bronson Dudley, Gertrude Goldsmith, Dolores Granafei, Henriette Henning, Albia Kavan, Mata & Hari, Nana Matisse, Marjorie Moffet, Nan Rae, Richard Reed, Jerome Robbins, Lilli Sandan, Pancho Scordi, James Shelton, Herbert Shepard, Vera Volkenau. Produced by Lee Shubert and J.J. Shubert and Harry Kaufman.
  • (3/25/36) Radio: Appeared in a "Lux Radio Theater" broadcast of "Wonder Man".
  • (3/22/47) Radio: Appeared (as "Burleigh Sullivan") in a "The Hedda Hopper Show - This Is Hollywood" broadcast of "The Kid from Brooklyn".
  • (1946) Print ad: Parker pens.
  • (1950s) Stage: Appeared (as "Buttons") in an Australian tour a pantomime version of "Cinderella".

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