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First Movie SONG That Comes to Mind

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Here's THe King singing "You're So Square, Baby I Don't Care" in JAILHOUSE ROCK

 

 

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song with a musical instrument in the title

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(LP-- How did you know that was my favorite song on my Jailhouse Rock EP. Thanks!)

 

 Judy sings Irving Berlin's "I Love A Piano" in Easter Parade.

 

Next: A song beautifully sung by an actor/ actress who is not thought of as a singer

 

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Bob Hope's theme song "Thanks for the Memory"

 

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another more serious song sung by a comic actor/actress

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"The Party's Over" from Bells Are Ringing",  sung by the usually quite comic Judy Holliday

 

Next: A song complaining about women, men, kids or dogs

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"Why Can't a Woman Be More Like a Man?" from MY FAIR LADY

 

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song with the word "neighbor" in it

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Sung at a creepy carnival -- "The Band Played On" sung on a merry go round in STRANGERS ON A TRAIN

 

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another song heard in a mystery/suspense/thriller/noir film

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“And Her Tears Flowed Like Wine” sung by Lauren Bacall in The Big Sleep (1946)

* Next: song about a car *

 

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from Viva Las Vegas..My Rival

next--a 60's 'beach' song

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"The Girls on the Beach" sung by The Beach Boys from  The Girls on the Beach

 

Next: A rock and roll song in a non- rock and roll movie

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Just Out Of Reach sung by British Invasion group The Zombies in Bunny Lake Is Missing.

 

Next-sung in the Empire State Building

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"Bang Bang" performed by the greatest all-around entertainer of all time, Sammy Davis jr. in Robin and the 7 Hoods.

 

Next: A song with two great dancers dancing together, neither named Fred or Gene

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From This Moment On, Bob Fosse and Carol Haney, Kiss Me Kate

that's a good one Princess, bears repeating

A song with 2 great dancers dancing together, neither named Fred or Gene

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Gwen Verdon and Jeanne Coyne brilliantly dancing the Can-Can in "The Merry Widow", starring Lana Turner

 

Next: A song featuring a performance by a well-known dancer and a well-known singer( no Bing and Frank nor Fred and Gene)

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"Meglio Stasera" from PINK PANTHER became a hit, even recently being recorded by Michael Buble--though his version was mostly in English ("It Had Better Be Tonight"), the original version in THE PINK PANTHER is in Italian:

 

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another jazz number

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"Buds Won't Bud" sung by Ethel Waters in Cairo (1942)

Next: Song in a movie based on a Broadway musical that wasn't in the stage version of that musical.

 

 

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I'll Never Say No  ("Unsinkable Molly Brown")

Next:  Song from a Columbia musical of 1950's.

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Here's Bob Fosse and Janet Leigh in the 1955 Columbia movie My Sister Eileen.  The song is There's Nothing Like Love:

Next:  a song sung in a 1940's Paramount movie

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