Dan Dailey

Dan Dailey (December 14, 1915-October 16, 1978) was born in New York where he began his career on Broadway. In 1940 he signed with MGM and came to Los Angeles to act and perform in film. His was nominated for an Academy Award for “Best Actor” in 1948 for his work in When My Baby Smiles At Me. Daily starred in musical films including: Mother Wore Tights (1947), A Ticket to Tomahawk (1950), and There’s No Business Like Show Business (1954). In 1970 he received the first Golden Globe for Best Actor in a Television Musical or Comedy for his work on the sitcom The Governor and J.J.

“Don’t Rock the Boat” from My Blue Heaven (1950)

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