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Dan Dailey

Dan Dailey

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  • Small Correction..Dan Dailey

    • Nancy
    • 2009-05-30

    I just want to correct the name of one of his movies.. I previously said "That`s Entertainment"..but it was actually No Business Like Show Business... and another great one was PRIDE OF THE YANKEES...one that EVERYONE should see. I also loved You were Meant for Me...He has SO MANY GREAT MOVIES>>> PLEASE take the time to keep them showing...

  • I LOVE DAN DAILEY

    • Nancy
    • 2009-05-30

    This is one of the best actors and performers...EVER...I don`t understand why more is not known about him.. and why he is not being enjoyed more today. I also do not understand why some of his BEST films are not listed... Mother Wore Tights with Betty Grable.. and That`s Entertainment with Ethel Merrman...or Chicken Every Sunday with Celeste Holmes. PLEASE see that some of these CLASSICS are given air time (TCM) for many people to enjoy this WONDERFUL actor...

  • Dan Dailey

    • Darla Ulander
    • 2009-05-26

    Please can some information be found about this talented actor. He was a joy to watch. He could sing and dance and act as good or better than some of the big named actors. A man of his talent should not be forgoten.

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    • Dixie Schneider
    • 2008-07-27

    I always love watching movies that he is in. I wish that I could find more about him. Surely some of his fellow actors could fill in the blanks concerning his life. He always in my opinion gave a hundred percent in his performence.

  • very talented

    • michael york
    • 2007-12-12

    i wish i could see more of his films for i think he was very talented he could do comedy drama equally well- i also love his musical performances especialy in mother wore tights and it's always fair weather also check him out in oh men! oh women!-he gives this fluffy little film some much needed substance and is worth seeing for his performance alone

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    • Darla Ulander
    • 2007-05-22

    I wish there was more information about Dan Dailey. I thought he was one of the most talented men in show business. He could do it all, and well. Please try and find some one with stories about Dan. Its to bad when a man who made as meny movies as Dan Dailey,that there is no one who cares enough to see that he is remembered.

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