The Inspector General movie trailer - starring Gene Lockhart, Elsa Lanchester, Walter Slezak, Danny Kaye, Barbara Bates. Directed by Henry Koster. Genre: Comedy
Rating: Not Rated
A hypochondriac soldier's girlfriend stows away on his ship, bound for the Pacific during World War II. Kaye's screen debut!
Wonder Man movie trailer - starring Virginia Mayo, Danny Kaye, S.Z. Sakall, Steve Cochran, Donald Woods, Vera-Ellen. Directed by H. Bruce Humberstone. Genre: Musical
Rating: Not Rated
One of the greatest of film buffoons, Danny Kaye plays a medieval circus clown who gets tangled up in a plot to overthrow a tyrannical king. This spoof of costume adventures is enhanced by a classy cast of costume epic veterans.
Waitress Irma (Nanette Newman), with Katherine Hepburn (title character), is alarmed for innocent but unconscious bridge-jumper Roderick (Richard Chamberlain), grilled by a Paris cop (Fernand Gravey), a sub-plot in The Madwoman Of Chaillot, 1969, from the Jean Giraudoux play.
With little context, The General (Paul Henreid) addresses his new charges, while the title character (Katharine Hepburn) advances through her neighborhood, early in director Bryan Forbes' all-star contemporary treatment of Jean Giraudoux's The Madwoman Of Chaillot, 1969.
With her fellow crackpots (Margaret Leighton as Constance, Giulietta Masina as Gabrielle), the first significant scene for Katharine Hepburn (title character), approaching the action on location at the Place de l'Alma in Paris, in The Madwoman Of Chaillot, 1969.
A gangster tries to use a Diners' Club clerk (Danny Kaye) as the fall guy in a scheme to fake his own death in The Man From the Diners' Club (1963).
The prospector (Donald Pleasence) reveals his secret, then requires confessions from The Chairman, Broker, General, Commissar and Reverend (Yul Brynner, Charles Boyer, Paul Henreid, Oscar Homolka, John Gavin), in The Madwoman Of Chaillot, 1969, starring Katharine Hepburn.
Hans Christian Andersen -- Open-ended Trailer from HBO
Hans Christian Andersen -- The incredibly multi-talented Danny Kaye stars as Hans Christian Andersen, a young cobbler with a special gift for storytelling. Nominated for six Academy Awards.
Hans Christian Andersen -- Hans Christian Andersen was Sam Goldwyn's final production for RKO Radio release, and also the producer's last Danny Kaye vehicle. The Moss Hart-Myles Connolly screenplay largely disregards the facts concerning Denmark's great storyteller, opting for a fanciful blend of comedy, fantasy, romance and music. Hans Christian Andersen, played by Kaye, starts out as a small-town cobbler whose gift for spinning fairy tales is keeping the local kids from attending school. After being asked to leave town, Hans heads to Copenhagen to seek his fortune as a writer. Although his heart has been broken by the beautiful ballerina Doro (Jeanmaire), Hans finds comfort and joy in the knowledge that hundreds of thousands of children all over the world are devoted to his enchanting fantasy stories.
In a motion picture designed to save the world from sanity, the legendary four-time Academy Award-winner Katharine Hepburn ("Love Affair," "On Golden Pond," "The Philadelphia Story") stars as an aged eccentric countess who enlists the aid of three cronies in perpetrating a zany plot to defeat the dehumanizing establishment and rid the world of evil. Co-starring Richard Chamberlain ("The Thorn Birds," "Shogun") and Yul Brynner ("The King and I").
Life is a Sunday in the park for Aurelia, a dotty Parisian countess. But sooner or later, Aurelia had to find out about the so-called sane world. Join her in a whimsical look at a topsy-turvy world...and at a handful of kooks crazy enough to care.
A "countess" is warned of a plot by a group of villains to seize the oil reserves bubbling under the water supply of Paris. Locking the villains in her cellar, the countess holds a trial to judge the villains' crimes against the people of Paris.
Danny Kaye stars as a timid clerk at Diner's Club who accidently approves an application from a gangster, played to the hilt by Telly Savalas. This slapstick farce, written by William Peter Blatty (The Exorcist) co-stars Everett Sloane, Martha Hyer, George Kennedy and in an early role, Harry Dean Stanton.
A musical comedy starring Danny Kaye as Ernie Williams, a G.I. with weak eyes, a weak stomach and weak nerves but an uncanny resemblance to British Colonel MacKenzie. Williams is asked to impersonate the Colonel, allowing him to make a secret trip East – but what Williams is not told is that the Colonel has recently been a target of Nazi assassins.
A musical comedy with Danny Kaye in a dual role; A G.I. with weak eyes, weak stomach, and weak nerves and a hard-bitten British General whom the Nazis want to assassinate.
Corry is stranded on an asteroid after being convicted of a crime. He receives as a present a robot who looks, sounds, and acts like a real woman.
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