Danny Kaye - Quotes

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To travel is to take a journey into yourself.

To travel is to take a journey into yourself.

Life is a great big canvas; throw all the paint you can at it.

Life is a great big canvas; throw all the paint you can at it.

You bet I arrived overnight. Over a few hundred nights in the Catskills, in vaudeville, in clubs and on Broadway. ---->>>

I believe deeply that children are more powerful than oil, more beautiful than rivers, more precious than any other natural resource a country can have. ---->>>

I wasn't born a fool. It took work to get this way. ---->>>

Who needs the protection of the Bill of Rights most? The weak, the most vulnerable in society. ---->>>

I am a wife-made man. ---->>>

I feel that the most rewarding thing I have ever done in my life is to be associated with UNICEF.

I feel that the most rewarding thing I have ever done in my life is to be associated with UNICEF.

When I stopped making films, they were getting on to the more realistic films and the explicit films and all. They were depicting life as it is, and some of it was unpleasant. I gradually moved away from that. ---->>>

I'm just an entertainer. All I want to be is funny. I never aspired to play Hamlet. ---->>>

There is a danger in democracy itself.

There is a danger in democracy itself.

Biography

Nationality: American
Born: 01-18, 1913
Birthplace: Brooklyn, New York, US
Die: 03-03, 1987
Occupation: Actor

David Daniel Kaminsky (January 18, 1911 – March 3, 1987), better known by his screen name Danny Kaye, was an American actor, singer, dancer, comedian, and musician. His performances featured physical comedy, idiosyncratic pantomimes, and rapid-fire novelty songs. Kaye starred in 17 movies, notably Wonder Man (1945), The Kid from Brooklyn (1946), The Secret Life of Walter Mitty (1947), The Inspector General (1949), Hans Christian Andersen (1952), White Christmas (1954), and The Court Jester (1956) (wikipedia)