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Daniel Lanciana 10 months ago
Musical numbers great (albeit mildly racist), Kaye talented comic, fake Prospect Park.
Lisa Harms over 5 years ago
A must for Danny Kaye fans. Has lost some of its appeal as I grow older. Corny, yet good.
Johnny Nys 7 years ago
Loved this as a kid; my first "supernatural" movie. Kaye has better, this one's too silly.
Cindy Featherbottom almost 8 years ago
Wonder Man is a 1945 film starring Danny Kaye and Virginia Mayo. It is based on a short story by Arthur Sheekman, adapted for the screen by a staff of writers led by Jack Jevne and Eddie Moran, produced by Samuel Goldwyn, and directed by H. Bruce Humberstone. Mary Grant designed the film's costumes. Danny Kaye plays a double role as a pair of estranged "super-identical twins", with very similar looks, but very different personalities. Buster Dingle, who goes by the stage name "Buzzy Bellew" is a loud and goofy performer at a classy nightclub (the Pelican Club), while Edwin Dingle is a studious, quiet bookworm writing a history book. The two brothers have not seen each other for years. Buster becomes the witness to a murder committed by mob boss "Ten Grand" Jackson (Steve Cochran), and is promptly murdered himself. He comes back as a ghost, calling on his long-lost brother for help to bring the killer to justice. As a result, the shy Edwin must take his brother's place until after his...
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