Released: December 2, 1956 (CBS @ 5 p.m.) (Koenig, David. Danny Kaye: King of Jesters,
“Today at 4 on ‘See It Now’ you have a second chance to see the celebrated Peabody
Award winning program which has won world-wide acclaim. ‘The Secret Life of Danny
Kaye.’ This time presenting the famous comedian clowning his way through eleven nations,
including Brooklyn. Follow the joyful trail of Danny’s thrilling mission for UNICEF
to help the children of the world. Produced by Edward R. Murrow and Fred W. Friendly.
On CBS Television Network […]” [The Milwaukee Sentinel, Oct. 27, 1957.]
The camera crew shot nearly 20,000 feet of film during Danny’s 32,000-mile tour.
In 1956 television audiences were treated to a 90-minute episode of See It Now titled
"The Secret Life of Danny Kaye." It was footage compiled from Danny's tour for UNICEF
in which he visited various countries. Footage of Danny performing for children,
playing with them, and showing all that UNICEF does was included.