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Turning Point: Bond Aid

I was in London during World War II and remember the food rationing. Everything was scarce. Afterward, I served in the British army in Germany and saw children...

Old Faces: Innocent Delight

In the ten years since his last Broadway revue, Danny Kaye has made ten movies, formed his own charter airline service, traveled through some two dozen...

Television: The Good Seed

When he was only five, David Daniel Kaminski, lean, red-haired son of a Russian-born garment worker, made his professional debut as a watermelon seed in a play...

People: Sep. 14, 1981

Known variously as "the Lion," "the Great Crocodile," "the Bull," "Son of the She Elephant," "the Great Mountain" and "the Inexplicable," King Sobhuza II, 82,...

Cinema: Oh, Kaye

On the Double (Paramount). Danny Kaye is one of a precious clutch of performers who can still appear alone on a bare stage and hold audiences from riffraff to...

Theater: Genesis Nemesis

There is a stowaway on Noah's ark: Jonah. Two By Two is a jinxed musical­ arch, vulgar, lumbering, stale. It may conceivably make scores of theater- party ticket...

Education: Kudos: Round 3

AMHERST COLLEGE Nina Simone, Mus.D., singer and composer. Roger Tory Peterson, L.H.D., ornithologist. BOSTON UNIVERSITY'S OVERSEAS GRADUATE PROGRAM,...

People, Nov. 25, 1974

When Tenor Richard Tucker, 60, set off for Alaska for a concert, he promised his grandchildren that he would have his picture taken driving a dog team...

The New Pictures, Jun. 11, 1945

Wonder Man (Goldwyn-RKO Radio) is a temperate enough description of Danny Kaye in his second full-length movie. Barring Kaye, and the pretty hoof-&-mouthing of...

Cinema: The New Pictures, Sep. 1, 1958

Me and the Colonel (Columbia) clothes Danny Kaye, hailed as "the world's greatest clown" by his pressagents and some critics not on the payroll, in a seedy...

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