LonesomePolecat

First Movie SONG That Comes to Mind

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Here is the blonde Alice Faye and the blonde Betty Grable performing a number in Tin Pan Alley:

Next:  a number performed by two people, one primarily a dancer and the other primarily a singer

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"Look to the Rainbow" from "Finian's Rainbow", performed by Fred Astaire and Petula Clark.

Next:  "Morning" in Title

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"In the Wee Small Hours of the Morning" heard on the soundtrack of SLEEPLESS IN SEATTLE

 

next

another pre-existing radio hit heard on the soundtrack of a movie

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Dolly Parton's "It's All Wrong, But It's All Right"  (from "Norma Rae")

Next:  Song with Foreign City in Title

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To Sir With Love--went to number one after film release   

next--big band hit song

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"Let Me Be Good To You" sung in a sleazy pub in THE GREAT MOUSE DETECTIVE

 

next

song sung in a convent or cathedral

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4 hours ago, Audrey said:

Falling Slowly from "Once". Great movie, great song. 

You get to post the next category Audrey :)

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April Fools from the movie starring Catherine Deneuve and Jack Lemmon

Next: a song that Ira Gershwin wrote for a movie after George's death

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Always been obsessed with every song from this movie, but here's Catherine Deneuve singing "Nous Sommes Les Soeurs Jumelle" with her sister in LES DEMOISELLES DE ROCHEFORT:

 

next

another song sung in French

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La Mer (sung by Julio Iglesias) is heard at the end of Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy (I would post the video, but I don't like seeing Colin Firth get shot in the face..)

next--"Kiss' in the title

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Tom, Dick, or Harry ("Kiss Me, Kate")

Next:  Sung to Children    (Sorry for the underlines.  I didn't intend for that to happen.)

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"Don't Be A Do Badder" sung by Bing Crosby to the orphanage kids in Robin and the 7 Hoods.

Next: a song sung by a kid who wasn't a big movie star, like Shirley Temple, Jane Powell or Judy

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"High Hopes" sung by Eddie Hodges (along with Frank Sinatra) in the movie "A Hole in the Head".

Next: Academy Award winning Best Song sung by Frank Sinatra

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