Among the ones that caught my eye, there are more than a dozen shots of Danny entertaining in the early 1940s at New York's La Martinique nightclub, where he first performed "Stanislavsky" and where he made famous numbers like "Anatole of Paris."
My favorite image from the La Martinique: Check out long-haired Sylvia Fine at the piano in the rear.
Kaye as Walter O'Mitty in Mitty's filmed-then-deleted Irish Informant daydream sequence, in which he sang "Molly Malone."
Danny plays around with a bizarre musical instrument between takes on A Song Is Born (1948).
Kaye, in street clothes, entertains children on the set of Hans Christian Andersen (1952).
Danny goes over the Hans Christian Andersen playlist with composer Frank Loesser (at piano) and orchestra leader Walter Scharf.
Recording Loesser's songs, with Scharf conducting and Kaye and co-star Ziti Jeanmarie (standing on box) in the "recording box."
Danny and Vera-Ellen dance on the slippery underside of a boat for White Christmas (1954).
Sylvia, ever-present cigarette at hand, with her husband on the set of The Court Jester (1956).
Danny, Sylvia and daughter Dena rehearse her first commercial recording, "Little Child" (1956).