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David Daniel Kaminsky, known as Danny Kaye (January 18, 1913 – March 3, 1987) was an American actor, singer and comedian.

Born to Jewish immigrants in Brooklyn, red-haired Kaye became one of the world's best-known comedians. He learned his trade in his teen years as a tummler in the Catskills. In 1941 he appeared in the Broadway show, Lady in the Dark and performed the famous number "Tchaikovsky," by Kurt Weill and Ira…

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  • I feel terrible -- I'm a huge Danny Kaye fan (have been my whole life) and a huge fan of the Fallout games and I didn't realize that one of his songs was in the game. *facepalm*
  • Thanks to Danny Kaye, I discovered Fallout 3!
  • The BEST 40's online radio. http://silvertoneradio.com
  • Probably many people know the 1955 Hollywood musical comedy [url=http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Court_Jester]The Court Jester[/url] with Danny Kaye trying to remember this line: "The pellet with the poison's in the vessel with the pestle; the chalice from the palace has the brew that is true!"
  • Fallout made this bastard and an entire genre of music relevant again. People discovering this guy and similar artists is a good thing. Anybody who says it's not is stupid.
  • The Music Hall of Fame are delighted to induct Danny Kaye into the Class of 1966. Congratulations. Please vist our page too see the latest inductees into the Music Hall of Fame
  • How dare someone find good music from an alternative source. Good music is good music wherever and whenever it's played surely?
  • Actually, there are other ways to discover artists than from video games. I have never discovered any artists, young or old, through video games, nor have my friends. I discovered Danny Kaye through his films from seeing them when I was a kid, especially White Christmas, and I really think it's a tad strange if any of you never have seen that film.
  • "Disgusting that so many people only know him from a videogame" - Fucking snob. The Fallout 3 soundtrack led the way for me to get into a whole slew of artists. How do you propose delve into genres they know next to nothing about? Psychic abilities? Get a clue, son.
  • Woody Woodpecker song <3

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