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First Movie SONG That Comes to Mind

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"If I Had My Druthers" -- Li'l Abner (1959)

Next: Sung scantily clad

 

 

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"Whatever Lola Wants"-- song and dance by Gwen Verdon in Damn Yankees

Next:

Comedic song by a professional comedian who always makes you laugh

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"If You Don't Want the Goods, Don't Maul 'Em" sung by George Formby -- Off the Dole (1935)

Next: Played on a ukelele

 

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Here's Ukelele Ike, aka Cliff Edwards, singing "Nobody But You" in HOLLYWOOD REVUE OF 1929

 

 

next

song played on a guitar

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"Roll Me Over" sung by Anne Heywood -- The Fox (1967)

 

Next: Bathing

 

 

 

 

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Come Out, Come Out, Wherever You Are - Gloria de Haven sings in a bubble bath in Step Lively

song sung near the ocean

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Ready, Willing, and Able  ("Young At Heart")

Next:  Solo by Ginger Rogers

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" By the Adriatic Waters

Venetian sons and daughters are strumming a new tune upon their guitars"

"The Piccolino" By Irving Berlin, Top Hat

Next:

Another song with an Italian theme

 

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"Waltzing in Venice" -- New Faces (1954)

("Waltzing in Venice with you, isn't so easy to do. If you should take one more step and you oughtta, you would be doing the waltz under water.")

Next: Song mentioning nose or smell

 

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Where The Boys Are (sung by Connie Francis)

Next:  The Title is a Question

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"Aura Lea" sung by Frances Farmer in Come and Get It

(I find this scene heartbreaking, in the context of Ms. Farmer's life.)

Next: Sung in a gay '90s setting

 

 

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THE DAUGHTER OF ROSIE O'GRADY -- Gordon McCrea and Gene Nelson singing "How Am I Going to Tell Them at the Yacht Club?"

 

next

another Warner Brothers musical (seems like they never get the attention the MGM ones do)

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"The Lady In Red" -- sung and danced by just about everyone in In Caliente (1935)

 

Next: Tango

 

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