The Danny Kaye Show

Season 1 Episode 9

November 20, 1963

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Aired Wednesday 10:00 PM Nov 20, 1963 on CBS
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November 20, 1963
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Danny's guests are Gwen Verdon, Don Penny, Zeme North and the Clinger Sisters. Also appearing are Joyce Jameson and Harvey Korman. Highlights: Gwen Verdon & Dancers in a trio of dances set to nursery rhymes with "Pop! Goes the Weasel," jazz version of "Three Blind Mice" and lullaby ballet. "Comedy Tonight" sketch about the attempts - through jestering and square, flamenco, ballet & vaudeville dance - of a band of strolling players who must help the Prince of a mythical kingdom remember how to laugh (Danny, Gwen, Harvey). "The Drive-in" sketch about a couple celebrating their anniversary with a newlywed couple at a drive-in restaurant (Danny, Gwen Verdon, Don Penny, Zeme North, Joyce Jameson). Danny Kaye sings "Alouette" Danny & Gwen duet with "Two of a Kind". "What Is a Woman" is spoken by Danny and danced by Gwen. The Clinger Sisters sing "High Hopes". Danny & the Clinger Sisters do "I Get So Lonely".moreless

Who was the Episode MVP ?

Don Penny

Don Penny

Himself

Guest Star

Zeme North

Zeme North

Herself

Guest Star

The Clinger Sisters

The Clinger Sisters

Themselves

Guest Star

Harvey Korman

Harvey Korman

Himself (Regular)

Recurring Role

Paul Weston Orchestra

Paul Weston Orchestra

Themselves

Recurring Role

Tony Charmoli Dancers

Tony Charmoli Dancers

Themselves

Recurring Role

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