Film, Video [ Excerpt from "Musical Comedy Tonight II," February 11, 1981]
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- [ Excerpt from "Musical Comedy Tonight II," February 11, 1981]
- - Danny Kaye and Sylvia Fine tell stories of the original 1941 production of "Lady in the Dark." (General)
- - Danny Kaye sings "Tchaikovsky and other Russians" from "Lady in the Dark" accaompanied by Sylvia Fine at the piano. (General)
- - 4:3
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- LC Classification
- Kaye/Fine Collection, MBRS
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