What's My Line? - Danny Kaye (1963, TV Show)





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Published on Dec 23, 2009

Mystery guest segment of the classic game show What's My Line? with actor and comedian Danny Kaye, in the second of his four appearances as the mystery guest on the show. Guests Tonight Show host Johnny Carson and Phyllis Newman and regulars Bennett Cerf and Arlene Francis appear on the panel. The program first aired on March 24, 1963. The introductions at the beginning of the show and part of the closing segment are included.

Danny Kaye was best known for several classic film comedies and musicals, including the beloved Christmas movie White Christmas, as well The Court Jester, The Secret Life of Walter Mitty, The Five Pennies, and Hans Christian Andersen.

Comments • 38

Missy Kaye
Happy Birthday Danny! The world is a much sadder place since you left! RIP!
Stephanie McCoy
I don't see Danny being a complete ass on here. It looked like he had fun to me.
I'm sorry sir, but he was actually correct. The 60s had beautiful music and films but behind all those scenes we had a lot more prejudices than we have today.
3:24 I actually freaked out going, 'OMG, he talked, they're definitely going to know now!' xD
Mr. Russell: I should alert you that some misanthropic moron is sending up posts to YouTube signed in your name.
Kevin Russell
Yeah surrrrrrrrre it was. You idiot. 
Kevin Russell
Yeah unless you were black or poor or in prison or a child or a woman You really didn't think that statement through did you? 
Trialk Angedint
America was a happier country in early 1963.
Keith Evers
1:14 - 1:31 I can see Johnny, sitting between these two girls and saying jokingly to the camera, "Honey, if you're watching, I had nothing to do with this, I swear!"
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