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Danny Kaye


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in a bank holiday double bill Wonder Man Also starring
Virginia Mayo , Vera-Ellen and The Goldwyn Girls
Danny stars both as a scholarly bookworm and his twin brother, a song-and-dance man. But when entertainer Buzzy Bellew is killed by gangsters, academic Edwin Dingle finds himself forced to impersonate his dead brother!
Screenplay by DON HARTMANN
Director BRUCE HUMBERSTONE Films: page 15


Unknown: Virginia Mayo
Unknown: Goldwyn Girls
Unknown: Buzzy Bellew
Unknown: Edwin Dingle
Unknown: Don Hartmann
Unknown: Melville Shavelson
Unknown: Philip Rapp
Producer: Samuel Goldwyn
Director: Bruce Humberstone
Edwin Dingle: Danny Kaye
Buzzy Bellew }: Danny Kaye
Ellen Shanley: Virginia Mayo
Midge: Mallon Vera-Ellen
Chimp: Allen Jenkins
Torso: Edward S Brophy
Schmidt: S Z Sakall
Ten Grand Jackson: Steve Cochran

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