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Danny Kaye in “A Song Is Born” (1947) – reviewed by George

This picture is not typical for Danny Kaye; it’s not purely his picture like the other four reviewed here so far. It’s much more of a team effort. Seven musicologists, mostly professors, have been working for nine years at the … Continue reading

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Ben Stiller in “The Secret Life of Walter Mitty” (2013) – reviewed by George

Interesting, scenic, touching, but it has no tangible connection to the so-called source material. When Danny Kaye daydreamed he created a new name, a new persona, a completely unreal milieu. Surely this closely resembles the Thurber story. Ben Stiller stars … Continue reading

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Danny Kaye in “The Secret Life of Walter Mitty” (1947) – reviewed by George

In Pert Amboy, New Jersey, Walter Mitty (Danny) is driving to the train station with his mother (Fay Bainter), so she can have the car for the rest of the day, but for what I don’t know, since she is … Continue reading

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