'Le Laitier de Brooklyn'

French artist Bernard Lancy captured the vibrancy and zaniness of the 1946 Danny Kaye Technicolor musical comedy "The Kid From Brooklyn," which was the actor's second film with Virginia Mayo. Producer Samuel Goldwyn gets the "film by" credit, not director Norman Z. McLeod.
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( The Mike Kaplan collection / June 11, 2012 )

French artist Bernard Lancy captured the vibrancy and zaniness of the 1946 Danny Kaye Technicolor musical comedy "The Kid From Brooklyn," which was the actor's second film with Virginia Mayo. Producer Samuel Goldwyn gets the "film by" credit, not director Norman Z. McLeod.

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