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Danny Kaye Double Bill

Synopsis

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A special Bank Holiday comedy double bill starring one of America's most popular and versatile entertainers.
A Song is Born also starring Virginia Mayo
Benny Goodman , Hugh Herbert
When seven professors decide to study modern jazz, their researches lead them not only to some of the 1940s' most famous jazz musicians but also to a bunch of desperate gangsters. and Tommy Dorsey , Louis Armstrong Lionel Hampton , Charlie Barnet Mel Powell , Buck and Bubbles The Page Cavanaugh Trio The Golden Gate Quartet
Russo and the Samba Kings
Produced by SAMUEL GOLDWYN Directed by HOWARD HAWKS and at 2.50
Knock on Wood also starring
Mai Zetterling , David Burns
When American ventriloquist Jerry Morgan hears his dummies answering back, his manager persuades him to visit a psychiatrist in Switzerland. Word of his trip reaches members of a spy ring who stuff plans for a secret weapon into the dummies' heads.
Directed by NORMAN PANAMA and MELVIN FRANK Films: page 13

Contributors

Unknown: Virginia Mayo
Unknown: Benny Goodman
Unknown: Hugh Herbert
Unknown: Tommy Dorsey
Unknown: Louis Armstrong
Unknown: Lionel Hampton
Unknown: Charlie Barnet
Unknown: Mel Powell
Produced By: Samuel Goldwyn
Directed By: Howard Hawks
Unknown: Mai Zetterling
Unknown: David Burns
Unknown: Jerry Morgan
Directed By: Norman Panama
Prof Hobart Frisbee: Danny Kaye
Honey Swanson: Virginia Mayo
Prof Magenbruch: Benny Goodman
Prof Twingle: Hugh Herbert
Tony Crow: Steve Cochran
Dr Elfini J: Edward Bromberg
Prof Gerkikoff: Felix Bressart
Prof Traumer: Ludwig Stoffel
Prof Oddly: O Z Whitehead
Jerry Morgan: Danny Kaye
Use Nordstrom: Mai Zetterling
Marty Brown: David Burns
Godfrey Langston: Torin Thatcher
Gromek: Leon Askin
Papinek: Abner Biberman
Car salesman: Gavin Gordon
Brodnik: Otto Waldis
Dr Kreuger: Steven Geray

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Danny Kaye Double Bill

BBC Two England, 28 August 1978 13.00






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