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First Movie SONG That Comes to Mind

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" Steadfast, Loyal, and True"--sung by Elvis in King Creole

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A movie song sung by one performer and tap-danced by another in one performance

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"Pettin' in the Park" in GOLD DIGGERS OF 1933 sung by Dick Powell as Ruby Keeler tap dances

 

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ballet dancing

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"An American in Paris"--  Ballet Danced by Gene Kelly and Leslie Caron in An American in Paris by Gershwin

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Another classical music work utilized in a movie

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Rachmaninoff's 2nd Piano Concerto (one of my favorites) was used quite memorably in THE SEVEN YEAR ITCH

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song/music from another movie with a number in the title

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"Johnny Fedora and Alice Bluebonnet" -- Slaughterhouse-Five

Next: Song in a Dickens movie

 

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April Showers - Larry Parks performs ( Al Jolson actually sings the song) - The Jolson Story

another movie song with a month in the title

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"October Winds" -- The Last Hurrah

(Played throughout the film but most effectively in the final scene)

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Next: Ivy League school song (song associated with an Ivy League school)

 

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In the recent Ginsberg biopic ON THE BASIS OF SEX we hear the Harvard fight song "Ten Thousand Men of Harvard"

 

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sung by a dog, about a dog, or mentions a dog

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"Bulldog, Bulldog, Bow Wow Wow..." sung by Rosalind Russell and Ann Doran -- Roughly Speaking

Next: Song mentioning hair color

 

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I'm a Flaming Redhead  (sung by Ann Sheridan in "Take Me to Town")

Next:  Song with an Uplifting Title

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Here's Kathryn Grayson singing something called "Waltz Serenade" in ANCHORS AWEIGH

 

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sung by an operatic tenor

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"Nessun Dorma", Puccini's Turandot--as sung by the great Pavarotti in Yes, Giorgio

Next: A movie song sung by another male operatic singer

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"Look for the Silver Lining" sung by Alexander Gray and Marilyn Miller in Sally (1929)

 

Next: Another Jerome Kern song from a late '20s/early '30s movie

 

 

 

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"Smoke Gets In Your Eyes"--sung by Irene Dunne in Roberta

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A Vincent Youmans song from a movie NOT associated with Fred Astaire

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