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Christmas With Danny Kaye

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This collection brings together 2 memorable Christmas episodes of the Emmy winning, top-rated CBS variety show , The Danny Kaye Show. Featuring Nat King Cole's iconic performance The Christmas Song (aka Chestnuts Roasting on an Open Fire) , duets with Danny and Peggy Lee and Jingle Bell Rock by a young Wayne Newton.


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  • Actors: Danny Kaye, Mary Tyler Moore, Nat King Cole, Peggy Lee, Wayne Newton
  • Directors: Bill Foster
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Color, Full Screen, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: Inception Media Group
  • DVD Release Date: November 20, 2012
  • Run Time: 90 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (42 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00914ETQW
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #81,005 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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45 of 45 people found the following review helpful By DLT on November 20, 2012
I just got this two episode DVD of THE DANNY KAYE SHOW--Christmas episodes from 1963 (the first season) and 1966 (the fourth and final season). What a joy! I really enjoyed watching them. I will watch them again with my family at Christmas. If you love classic TV variety shows (as I do) you will really enjoy this.

Episode One: December 25, 1963 (glorious black & white)

Guest Stars: Nat King Cole & Mary Tyler Moore, The Clinger Sisters
Opening...Danny
Opening Dance Routine
'Comes Once in a Lifetime' (song)...Danny
Danny Introduces Mary Tyler Moore
Sketch--Danny & Mary as husband & wife 'The Night Before Christmas'
Mary Tyler Moore song & dance routine (playing a silent screen siren)
Danny introduces Nat King Cole
"Get Me to Church on Time" (song from My Fair Lady)...Nat King Cole
"The Christmas Song" (aka Chestnuts Roasting on an Open Fire)...Nat King Cole
banter between Danny & Nat
'Jingle Bells'/'Jingle Journey' (jazz/swing style)...Danny & Nat
Danny recollection about Christmas past on a USO tour in Japan
Patter between Danny & The Clinger Sisters
'Baby It's Cold Outside'...Danny & The Clinger Sisters
Operetta sketch....(featuring Danny, Mary & regulars Harvey Korman & Jamie Farr)
'Let There Be Peace on Earth'...Danny, Mary & Nat

Episode II: December 21, 1966 (in Color!)

Guest Stars: Peggy Lee & Wayne Newton,International Childrens Choir--Harvey Korman, Joyce Van Pattan (regulars)
'Waltz Around the Christmas Tree'....Danny
Danny tells a French fairy tale of Goldilocks & Three Bears
Danny Introduces 'The Fabulous Miss Peggy Lee'
'So What's New?'....Peggy Lee
'Here's That Rainy Day'...Peggy Lee
'Jingle Bells'/'Jingle Journey'....
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18 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Steve Ramm TOP 100 REVIEWER on December 8, 2012
Danny Kaye was an American icon - though, sadly, unknown to today's TV and movie generation. He was not only a great movie actor (who over, 60 didn't grow up thinking Has Christian Andersen looked exactly like Kaye?) and comedian, but he was one of early television's top entertainers. He could sing, dance, do comedy sketches and pronounce some of the must difficult languages - including some he actually made up! And, I'm not even mentioning all the children's charity work he did for the United Nations. He was - like jazz legend Louis Armstrong (who co-starred with Kaye in the film "The Five Pennies") - a real Ambassador!

In the 1960s Kaye had a TV variety show - a genre that really no longer exists - and luckily he was able to preserve the videotapes. They are now owned - as far as I know - by his only child, Dena and this is what I certainly hope is the first in a series of DVD releases. 2012 marks the Kaye Centenary and, just in time for Christmas comes the DVD with two shows - a black and white one from 1963 and a color broadcast from 1966 - with a Christmas theme. But there are non-holiday songs and sketches as well. The "name" guests are Peggy Lee, Wayne Newton, Nat King Cole and Mary Tyler-Moore (MTM getting a chance to show off her dancing talent too), while you'll also recognize comedy "second bananas" Harvey Korman and Jamie Farr in the supporting cast in the comedy bits.

Other reviewers here have detailed each of the songs and sketches so I won't repeat them here. And I read some "grumbling" about the quality of the color transfers. I watched on my 30 year old 27in standard aspect TV and they looked fine to me. And, besides, these tapes are 50 years old. The entertainment value is there.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By steve_manassas on December 1, 2013
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I watched THE DANNY KAYE SHOW on CBS when I was a kid. It was very entertaining, and I have also enjoyed several of the late Mr. Kaye's movies, including White Christmas (Anniversary Edition) and Wonder Man [VHS], which has not yet been released on DVD - the one that Amazon lists appears to be a bootleg or a European import.

This DVD features two Christmas episodes of THE DANNY KAYE SHOW. The first one, in B&W from 1963, features The Clinger Sisters (whatever happened to them?), Mary Tyler Moore, who shows off her dancing ability in a silent-film production number, and the legendary Nat "King" Cole, who sings "Get Me To The Church On Time," and the classic "The Christmas Song (Merry Christmas To You)," a.k.a. "Chestnuts Roasting On An Open Fire," as well as a duet with Danny on "Jingle Bells," and a closing cast number on "Let There Be Peace on Earth." This may have been one of Nat's last TV appearances, as he was deathly sick the following Christmas, and died in February 1965.

The second episode, in color from 1966, features the late great Peggy Lee, Wayne Newton, and The International Children's Choir. Peggy sings "So What's New?," an instrumental hit for Herb Alpert And The Tijuana Brass that she added lyrics to, "Here's That Rainy Day," and duets with Danny on "Jingle Bells." Wayne performs "Jingle Bell Rock" and "Every Street's A Boulevard (In Old New York)." The Choir does "Let There Be Peace On Earth." Both episodes feature classic comedy sketches, including Danny's trademark dialects.
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