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The Kid from Brooklyn (1946) was a Comedy Film directed by Norman Z. McLeod and produced by Samuel Goldwyn.

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The Kid From Brooklyn (1946)

on Jan 23, 2014 From Journeys in Classic Film

The penultimate review in my Danny Kaye series sees the actor return to the comedy I enjoyed in The Court Jester.? In fact, I found The Kid From Brooklyn as entertaining and engaging as Kaye’s beloved vessel with the pestle!? The blend of musical and comedy remains unbalanced and jarring, but ... Read full article

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Even though Kay Thompson is credited, her scenes were cut from the final release print.
Lionel Stander repeats his role from the original version of the film, The Milky Way, starring Harold Lloyd, ten years before.
The Milky Way (1934). Comedy. Written by Lynn Root and Harry Clork. Directed by William W. Schorr. Cort Theatre: 8 May 1934- Jul 1934 (closing date unknown/63 performances). Cast: John Brown, Brian Donlevy (as "Speed McFarland"), Leo Donnelly (as "Gabby Sloan") final Broadway role, Edward Emerson, William Foran, Gladys George (as "Anne Westey"), Emily Lowry, Hugh O'Connell (as "Burleigh Sullivan"), Bernard Pathe. Produced by Sidney Harmon and James R. Ullman. Note: Considering it did not recoup it's investment, this play proved surprising durable on film. It was purchased rather cheaply by Paramount - recently out of receivership - and produced as a Harold Lloyd vehicle as The Milky Way (a flop) and reworked a decade later by Samuel Goldwyn as The Kid from Brooklyn (a hit) with Danny Kaye in the starring role.
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