The Danny Kaye Show

Season 1 Episode 2

October 2, 1963

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Aired Wednesday 10:00 PM Oct 02, 1963 on CBS
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October 2, 1963
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Danny's guests are Jose Ferrer, Red Norvo and Henry Beckman. Highlights: A musical revue is featured that might have resulted had Shakespeare written Hamlet for television, including song & dance numbers by Hamlet (Ferrer) and Rosencrantz & Guildenstern (Kaye). Also, Tony Charmoli Dancers in a jazz number to march music with a swing influence. "Gemini" sketch about two astronauts in space and "The German Officer" sketch about a private being asked to impersonate a German general captured by British Intelligence (both sketches with Kaye, Ferrer and Henry Beckman). Danny sings "Brotherhood of Man". Danny Kaye & Jose Ferrer" perform a parody with Shakespeare's, 'To Be or Not To Be' with "Macbeth the Knife". Red Norvo & His Quintet perform "Devil and the Deep Blue Sea". Danny Kaye, The Red Norvo Quintet & the Johnny Mann Singers perform "Three Blind Mice". Danny & Jose play two spacemen who try to prove that they can get along with each other while in a space capsule. Jose plays a British intelligence officer and Danny plays both a Nazi General and a British soldier.moreless

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José Ferrer

José Ferrer

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Red Norvo

Red Norvo

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Henry Beckman

Henry Beckman

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Paul Weston Orchestra

Paul Weston Orchestra

Themselves

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Tony Charmoli Dancers

Tony Charmoli Dancers

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Johnny Mann Singers

Johnny Mann Singers

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