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What does LDK stand for?

LDK stands for Lemon Drop Kid (film and musician)

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Louis (1944) "Silver Bells" in The Lemon Drop Kid (1950) Songs introduced in Broadway musicals: "We Need a Little Christmas" in Mame (1966) Songs introduced in television specials: "A Holly Jolly Christmas" in Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer (1962) Writer with most Top Holiday Songs: Johnny Marks with three ("Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer," "Rockin' Around the Christmas Tree" "A Holly Jolly Christmas") Most recorded Holiday Song: "White Christmas" with well over 500 versions in dozens of languages.
Indy, Lemon Drop Kid and Summer Squall Top price for one of his yearlings was 340,000gns, paid by Demi O'Byrne for a half-brother to Andrew Balding's Group 1-placed juvenile Bonfire His juveniles have been distributed among some of Britain and Ireland's leading trainers, including Aidan O'Brien (7), Richard Hannon (5), Sir Henry Cecil (1) and Sir Michael Stoute (1)
He rang variations on that same, weaselly wimp formula through a series of international espionage (``My Favorite Blonde,'' ``My Favorite Spy,'' ``They Got Me Covered''), service (``Caught in the Draft,'' ``Let's Face It''), Western (``The Paleface,'' ``Son of Paleface'' sequel, ``Alias Jesse James''), romance (``The Great Lover,'' ``Casanova's Big Night'') and gangster (``The Lemon Drop Kid,'' the inevitable ``My Favorite Brunette'') travesties.
Victory went to the 1999 Belmont Stakes winner Lemon Drop Kid, who seemed revitalised by blinkers and strode to an emphatic seven-and-a-quarter- length win.