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First Movie SONG That Comes to Mind

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"Manhattan" -- Makers of Melody (1929)

Next: Sung in high heels

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3 hours ago, Swithin said:

"Manhattan" -- Makers of Melody (1929)

Next: Sung in high heels

(Swith-- That's a great American Standard and nobody could sing that song better than Ella!)

Wearing red high heels with a red dress, Judy Garland sang " By Myself " in I Could Go On Singing.

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A song made famous by Dionne Warwick, which came from a movie

 

 

 

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10 hours ago, Princess of Tap said:

(Swith-- That's a great American Standard and nobody could sing that song better than Ella!)

The Manhattan courthouses are right near Chinatown, and the last time I was on jury duty was in July, a few years ago, I walked to Chinatown for lunch. One of the streets in Chinatown is Mott Street, and I found myself singing, "And tell me what street, compares with Mott Street in July..."

8 hours ago, LonesomePolecat said:

"Alfie"

next

another song with a male name in the title

"Bill" -- Show Boat

Next: Song mentioning the devil

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Irving Berlin's, Heat Wave sung by Marilyn Monroe in There's No Business Like Show Business

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Song with a day of the week in the title

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"I Met Him on a Sunday" -- Mean Streets (1973) -- sung by the best of all girl groups, the Shirelles

Next: Song mentioning a flower but not a rose

 

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"Do You Think It's Alright?" From TOMMY, sung by 2 non-rock n rollers, Ann Margret and Oliver Reed.

Next: Another song with the word Alright in its title. 

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Gershwin song "I Was Doing Alright" heard in THE GOLDWYN FOLLIES (1938) but here's Ella singing it

 

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song by Ira Gershwin without George

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"The Man That Got Away"-- written for Judy's A Star is Born by Ira and Harold Arlen

Next:

A Dietz & Schwartz song from the movies

 

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"Something to Remember You By" from DANCING IN THE DARK  (1949)

 

next

another song from a Fox musical

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"There's a Lull in My Life" sung by Carole Landis in DANCE HALL (1941).  

NEXT: Song with the word "Cloud" or "Clouds" in the title.

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Gene rocks! Here is Gene Nelson singing "Am I In Love" from SHE'S WORKING HER WAY THROUGH COLLEGE

 

 

 

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Song that mentions a composer

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This song mentions lots of legendary movie stars! "Drop that Name" from BELLS ARE RINGING

 

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a song from a Thin Man or Falcon movie

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"Deep in the Heart of Texas" sung briefly by William Powell in The Thin Man Goes Home

Next: A song sung in a scene in which there is a scissors or a knife

 

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"Life Could Be a Dream, Shboom Shboom" heard in CLUE which has a knife and a few other weapons

 

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another song at a party

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party hearty--Connie Francis singing Let's Have a Party in Looking for Love  

next--Up or Down in title

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