From big bands to Broadway, radio to recordings, and television to the big screen, Kaye Ballard did it all in a career that spanned eight decades. Delightful moments are captured in rare archival footage and recent interviews with Kaye’s long-time pals Ann Margret, Carol Burnett, Harold Prince, Carol Channing, Michael Feinstein, and others, as well as with Kaye herself. Both timeless and timely, the film will especially resonate with show business fans and Broadway history buffs who have in recent times seen the losses of Kaye, Harold Prince, Carol Channing, and Jerry Stiller, all of whom appear in the film. The film sparkles with the energy of the era of entertainers whose skills had to bridge vaudeville to theater, radio to film, and television variety shows to sit coms.
|Woody Allen||Self / Himself|
|Roger C. Carmel||Self|