|The Inspector General||Songwriter||n/a||1|
|The Inspector General||Composer (Music Score)||n/a||1|
|On the Riviera||Composer (Music Score)||n/a||1|
|The Inspector General||Associate Producer||n/a||1|
|The Five Pennies||1958||Associate Producer||n/a||1|
|The Danny Kaye Show||1967 1963 - 1967||Writer||n/a||1|
|Knock on Wood||1954||Music||("All About You" "Knock On Wood" "The Drastic, Livid History of Monahan O'Han")||1|
|On the Double||1961||Song||songs||1|
|The Court Jester||1956||Music||n/a||1|
|Knock on Wood||1954||Theme Lyrics||lyrics||1|
|Me and the Colonel||1958||Theme Lyrics||lyrics("Suzanne")||1|
|Witness to Murder||1954||Song||songs||1|
|The Court Jester||1956||Theme Lyrics||lyrics||1|
|The Five Pennies||1958||Song||songs("The Five Pennies" "Lullaby in Ragtime" "Goodnight-Sleep Tight")||1|
|Formed Dena Productions with Danny Kaye|
|After college helped put on skits at a summer camp in Pennsylvania where fellow entertainers included Imogene Coca, Max Liebman and Danny Kaye; first wrote specialty material for Kaye including a Yiddish version of Gilbert and Sullivan's "Mikado"|
|Associated producer of "The Five Pennies" (also songwriter)|
|First taught a course on musical theater at UCS|
|Produced and narrated her musical theater course as a three part PBS special, "Musical Comedy Tonight"|
|Executive produced award-winning TV special, "Danny Kaye: Look-In at the Met"|
|Embarked on separate career as a TV producer and teacher in the 1970s|
|Signed by Samuel Goldwyn to write special material for Kaye|
|Debut as a nightclub performer with Danny Kaye at La Martinque in NYC; Fine wrote the music and lyrics and accompanied Kaye on the piano 9date approximate)|
|Debut as Broadway composer-lyricist-skit writer when skits written for Pennsylvania summer camp produced on Broadway as "The Straw Hat Revue"|
|Taught her musical theater course at Yale|
|Danny Kaye||Husband||married on January 3, 1940; born on January 18, 1913; died on March 3, 1987|
|Dena Kaye||Daughter||born in 1946|
|"I can't say what Danny Kaye is like in private life. There are too many of them." --Sylvia Fine (quoted in "Halliwell's Filmgoer's Companion", 9th edition, 1998)|
|"I'm Anatole of Paris,
I shiek with chic;
My 'at of ze week
Caused six divorces, three runaway 'orses...
I'm Anatole of Paris, ze 'ats I sell
Make people yell
'Is zat a 'at or a two-room flat?"
--Sylvia Fine's lyric from "Anatole of Paris"
|Fine was awarded an honorary doctorate in humane letters from Brooklyn College (1985|
|She financed the restoration of the Hunter College Playhouse (1990)|
|Fine also endowed the Sylvia Fine Chair in Musical Theater at Brooklyn College in 1991.|
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