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First Movie SONG That Comes to Mind

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"As Time Goes By" from CASABLANCA, but sung by Jimmy Durante for the opening of SLEEPLESS IN SEATTLE, and then used as the title song for a Judi Dench series

 

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another earlier song that later became the title of a movie or TV show (other than White Christmas)

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On 11/6/2019 at 4:03 PM, LonesomePolecat said:

"As Time Goes By" from CASABLANCA, but sung by Jimmy Durante for the opening of SLEEPLESS IN SEATTLE, and then used as the title song for a Judi Dench series

 

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another earlier song that later became the title of a movie or TV show (other than White Christmas)

Just wanted to post the Jimmy Durante version

 

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Edgar Wallace Mysteries theme

Next: Song performed in an early '30s Oscar-winning film

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"Who's Afraid of the Big Bad Wolf?" from THE THREE LITTLE PIGS, Oscar Winner for Best Animated Short 1933

 

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another song that mentions an animal

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"You're just too marvelous, too marvelous for words" originally from the movie READY, WILLING, AND ABLE (1937)

 

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something else by Johnny Mercer (not Moon River)

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" Till There Was You"( The Music Man)-- I heard her sing this in concert oh, she still has it!

Next: A Beatle song used or mentioned in a non-Beatles movie

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"He Ain't Heavy, He's My Brother" -- the Hollies in Of Time and the City (2008)

Next: Sung in a Hollywood movie with hillbillies

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April Come She Will, Simon and Garfunkle from The Graduate  

next--some type of shoes in the title or lyrics

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"Kill the Wabbit!" -- the entire score of WHAT'S OPERA, DOC? :) "Oh Brunhilda, you're so wovewy" "Yes I know it, I can't help it"

 

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something else from a cartoon (short cartoon or feature film)

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"I'll Be Glad When You're Dead You Rascal You" -- Louis Armstrong/Betty Boop

Next:  Sung by someone with emotional problems

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"The Babbit and the Bromide" which Fred introduced on Broadway in Funny Face (1927)

 

 

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another duet between two great stars

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