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First Movie SONG That Comes to Mind

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I Can Do That from A Chorus Line  (okay, it's about the dancing, not the song....)   

next--another instance where the dance is more entertaining than the song

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 Fred Astaire's dance performance to "Piano Dance"  is not only better than the song oh, it's better than the whole movie.

Next:

A song and dance from a performer who is not known for that genre

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"Puttin' on the Ritz" - Clark Gable in IDIOT'S DELIGHT

 

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Another song and dance number from someone not famous for it

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"Gathering Up the Shells at the Seashore" -- Jan Duggan in The Old Fashioned Way (1934)

Next: In honor of Thanksgiving, any song in a movie that mentions any sort of edible fowl: turkey, chicken, goose, duck, etc.

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The Surrey With the Fringe on Top ("Chicks and ducks and geese better scurry...")

next--song that mentions another mode of transportation

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"Oh you pretty Chitty Bang Bang, Chitty Chitty Bang Bang, we love you!"

 

 

next

another mode of transportation in a song

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"Blow the Wind Southerly" -- sung by Kathleen Ferrier in The Long Day Closes (1992)

Next: Sung at a parade

 

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"Tammy" sung in The Long Day Closes (1992)

 

Next: Song mentioning winter

 

 

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"It Happened in Sun Valley" from SUN VALLEY SERENADE

 

next

another movie "Christmas song" that doesn't get much radio play these days

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Just saw A BEAUTIFUL DAY IN THE NEIGHBORHOOD and it reminded me how much I love Mr Rogers' closing song: "It's such a good feeling to know you're alive

It's such a happy feeling you're growing inside"

 

next

song from another movie or TV show for kids

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"It's Howdy Doody Time" -- Howdy Doody

Next: Theme from a 1950s TV show rarely if ever seen in reruns

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 The greatest TV theme of all is "Park Avenue Beat" by the legendary Fred Steiner.

And the TV show was called "Perry Mason".

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A favorite forgotten TV theme

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"Albatross" -- Judy Collins in The Subject Was Roses

Next: Sung in a film set in the late 19th century

 

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