LonesomePolecat

First Movie SONG That Comes to Mind

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"I guess I'll have to change my plans"-- The Band Wagon, song and dance by Fred Astaire and Jack Buchanan 

Next:  A song that can only be sung by a mature girl or a woman

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"Annie Laurie" sung by James Dunn in A Tree Grows in Brooklyn

Next: Song about something scary

 

 

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"The First Kiss is Always the Sweetest From Under a Broad Sombrero" sung by Linda Darnell in MY DARLING CLEMENTINE.

NEXT: Song done by Vivian Blaine in a 1940s film.

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"My Old Kentucky Home"  sung by Ernest Whitman, Clarence Muse, and Elzie Emanuel -- The Sun Shines Bright

Next: Sung to a sick person

 

 

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Going with the beautiful Norwegian lullaby sung by Irene Dunne in the hospital in I REMEMBER MAMA (I looked it up and it's called "Sovnen")

 

next

another song sung by Irene Dunne

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"You Couldn't Be Cuter" -- The Joy of Living

Next: Sung sitting down

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In the Garden  (sung by Ronnee Blakely in "Nashville" while in a wheelchair)

Next:  Featured in a Drama

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"Jubilee" sung/played by Louis Armstrong in Every Day's a Holiday (1937)

Next: Sung in the army near battle

 

 

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"Smile" written by Charlie Chaplin, from MODERN TIMES (words added later)

 

next

another theme that had words added later

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So many to chose from that I love, one of many I think are great would be The Adventures of Robin Hood

song you love to sing along to or humm from a film

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That would be everything John Williams wrote, so let's go with "The Imperial March" from THE EMPIRE STRIKES BACK (love that whooooole score)

 

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A movie score you love ALL of

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