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First Movie SONG That Comes to Mind

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My Bluebird's Singing the Blues--Baby Rose Marie  International House

next--'Me' in the title

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Love Me Tender sung by Elvis in the film Love Me Tender

You in the title of a song in a film                                    

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You Gotta Eat Your Spinach, Baby, sung by Shirley Temple, Jack Haley and Alice Faye in Poor Little Rich Girl.

Next:  a song sung within a dream sequence

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3 hours ago, starliteyes said:

You Gotta Eat Your Spinach, Baby, sung by Shirley Temple, Jack Haley and Alice Faye in Poor Little Rich Girl.

Next:  a song sung within a dream sequence

Broadway Melody/ Broadway Rhythm Ballet  from Singin' in the Rain

 

Next: A song sung by Gene Kelly that was actually written for him

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"Moses Supposes His Toeses Are Roses", a song written especially for Gene to sing and dance to in SINGIN' IN THE RAIN

 

next

another song sung in a lesson or class setting

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"I'll Be Loving You" from "She's Working Her Way Through College" (performed by Gene Nelson and Virginia Mayo.)

Next:  Song from a musical biography

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Let's Do It--De-Lovely   

next--let's try another Cole Porter tune

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Hernando's Hideaway from The Pajama Game

Next: Another number from one of the fabulously successful 50s Broadway musicals that was adapted for the screen

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Can't Stop the Music lost a ton of money..gee I wonder why...  

next--from a film directed by Busby Berkely

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The Title Song from DAMES -- one of my favorite numbers of all time-- it's so art deco!!

 

next

another one of Busby Berkeley's crazy kaleidoscope numbers

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By a Waterfall --Footlight Parade   

next--'Night' in the title

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The Night of the Hunter (one of my very favorites)

Next:  American movie with foreign title

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33 minutes ago, Terrence1 said:

The Night of the Hunter (one of my very favorites)

Next:  American movie with foreign title

The Night of the Hunter - - are you referring to the theme song of the movie?

Next: Do you mean an American movie with a foreign title that is also the theme song of the movie?

 

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Princess, I'm so sorry about this.  I must have been thinking of another category.  Go ahead and respond to "night" in the title of the song.

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Night and Day-- A film " bio " of composer Cole Porter

 

Next:  Another song titled movie that's a bio for a composer, a musician or a singer

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"Stars and Stripes Forever", which became the title of the biopic of John Phillip Sousa

 

next

another song played by a marching band, other than 76 Trombones :)

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Before the Parade Passes By--Hello, Dolly!  (with 'help' from Streisand)   Related image

next--song from a sci-fi film

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One of the great comedy teams sang a song by one of the great composers: George Burns and Gracie Allen, "Stiff Upper Lip" by Gershwin, A DAMSEL IN DISTRESS

 

 

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sung by an old woman or old man

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