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First Movie SONG That Comes to Mind

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Beautiful Girl fashions in Singin' In The Rain

next--mentions footwear

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"Dusty Shoes" Sung by Alexander Gray in Moonlight and Pretzels (Directed by Karl Freund)

Next: Flowers blooming

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"Lovely" reprise, sung by Zero Mostel and Jack Gilford in A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum

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Next: Sung by someone in ancient Rome

 

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The Life of an Elephant  ("Jupiter's Darling")

Next:   Sung During the Credits of a Drama

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Come Saturday Morning--opening credits of The Sterile Cuckoo  

next--'girl' in the title

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"The Most Beautiful Girl in the World" heard in BILLY ROSE'S JUMBO

 

next

another song sung to, by, or with Doris Day

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"(Why) Because He Loves Me" sung by Dora Bryan in A Taste of Honey

Next: Sung by a hero

 

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"Auld Lang Sine" sung by AFI's #8 Hero of all time George Bailey in IT'S A WONDERFUL LIFE

 

next

song sung by a villain

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Baubles, Bangles and Beads. sung by Ann in Kismet (a fav of mine and Frank S. version)

song with a month in the title of the song sung in a film

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Peter Nero playing Sunday in New York (no vocals)  

next--sticking with time, an hour of the day 

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"Golden afternoon" sung by the flowers in ALICE IN WONDERLAND

 

next

sticking with time--song that mentions a specific year or decade

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"Take Back Your Mink" (Guys and Dolls) -- "It was late '48, I recall."

Next: Song mentioning an item of bedclothes -- sheet, pillow, etc.

 

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5 hours ago, Swithin said:

"Take Back Your Mink" (Guys and Dolls) -- "It was late '48, I recall."

Next: Song mentioning an item of bedclothes -- sheet, pillow, etc.

 

(Swith-- I wasn't born in 1948 but I remember seeing stills of the "Guys and Dolls" Mink number with Vivian Blaine in books about musicals. It sounds like you really saw it on stage.?)

 

Pillow Talk

 

Next: A song sung into a tape recorder, a dictaphone or telephone

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18 minutes ago, Princess of Tap said:

(Swith-- I wasn't born in 1948 but I remember seeing stills of the "Guys and Dolls" Mink number with Vivian Blaine in books about musicals. It sounds like you really saw it on stage.?)

 

Pillow Talk

 

Next: A song sung into a tape recorder, a dictaphone or telephone

[Princess,  The line I quoted was from the song. Btw, Vivian Blaine reprised her famous "Adelaide's Lament" on the 25th anniversary of the Tony Awards Show in 1971.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B-UHDhOJI48

I did see Guys and Dolls on stage -- at the National Theatre in London, in 1982. A brilliant production starring Bob Hoskins, Ian Charleson, Julia McKenzie, and Julie Covington.] 

"Hey There" sung by John Raitt in Pajama Game

Next: Song mentioning a green vegetable

 

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Also from GUYS AND DOLLS, "The Oldest Established Permanent Floating Crap Game in New York" mentions... "an awful lotta lettuce for the fella who can get us there"

 

next

another song that mentions money (other than "we're in the money")

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Two come to mind.  "If I Were A Rich Man" from "Fiddler On The Roof" and "With Plenty Of Money And You" from "Gold Diggers Of 1937". 

 

Next:  A song about swimming. 

 

 

 

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