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First Movie SONG That Comes to Mind

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Lady Be Good (not a favorite, but like Ms Powell just dancing around the house)

next--for the new year, something that deals with 'new' or 'beginnings'

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The Trolley Song from "Meet Me in St. Louis" (1944) sung by Judy Garland on the way to the fairgrounds

Next: song sung by a dancing couple 

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"It's Just a New Spanish Custom" sung and danced by Ethel Merman and Leon Errol in We're Not Dressing (1934)

Next: Sung in the forest

 

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Pretty much every song from INTO THE WOODS fits that, so let's go with "Agony" :)

 

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a song heard on a Bugs Bunny/WB cartoon at some point (either sung or used as background music)

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Rossini's The Barber of Seville was never so memorable...here accompanied by the LA Philharmonic..from Rabbit of Seville  

next--a 70's hit used in a film

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"The Lady in Red" sung by Wini Shaw, Judy Canova and chorus in In Caliente

Next: Song that mentions a few body parts

 

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This one:

 

Have you noticed that in Fred Astaire's pictures, most living rooms have the floor space of a small ballroom?

 

Next:  A song (and dance?) around one or more statues.

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A Man Chases A Girl ( Until She Catches Him), Donald O'connor sings and dances around statues and ( Marilyn's voice is heard) in There's No Business Like Show Business

next: a song and dance in front of portraits or paintings

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"The Varsity Drag" sung and danced by Peter O'Toole in The Ruling Class

 

Next: Grass

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The most memorable movie song that was sung on a beautiful grassy field is the opening title song to SOUND OF MUSIC

 

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Another song sung on a mountain or about one

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"Theme from Valley of the Dolls".

Next: Sung by David Bowie specifically for a movie.

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Black Hills of Dakota from "Calamity Jane" (1953) sung by Howard Keel, Doris Day, and cast 

Next: share your favorite song and dance through a city

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Cell Block Tango from CHICAGO 

Next: the best song adapted from Broadway to film

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"You Gotta Get a Gimmick" from Gypsy (1962)

 

Next: Song mentioning the word "garden"

 

 

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"Hong Kong Garden" by Siouxsie and the Banshees, used in Sofia Coppola's MARIE ANTOINETTE.

NEXT: Song for a film by 1960s pop group which was their biggest or last hit.

 

 

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