This is the extraordinary true story of a Broadway
comedian compelled by the pain of war to become
the first World Citizen. In 1948, after receiving
13 curtain calls as Danny Kaye's understudy,
Garry Davis gave up a promising Broadway career,
wealth and family-ties to embark upon a bold adventure.
Armed with only a song, a dance, and his homemade
World Passport, he challenged border guards, prison
commandants and even warring armies. He scaled
cliffs, crashed borders, escaped a concentration
camp -- all on a one-man mission to rise above
nationalism, heal the wounds of war, and prevent
World War III.