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First Movie SONG That Comes to Mind

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1 hour ago, Swithin said:

[I disagree about Gypsy, Princess. I love the movie!]

"Hey There" sung by John Raitt in the Broadway show and movie of The Pajama Game

Next: A song mentioning stew, or goulash, or something like that

 

I know you do, and I love Ethel Merman! LOL

(BTW-- The first musical I ever saw was a TV special with Mary Martin in "Annie Get Your Gun" co-starring with John Raitt. He was wonderful!)

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[Princess, have I ever told you (I probably have) that I have a recording of Ethel Merman called "The Lindsay Record?" Before I could even vote, I volunteered for the Lindsay for Mayor campaign. Ethel was a big supporter and sang special lyrics to "Everything's Coming up Roses," which began "Poor old New York, it used to be great, voters; in 1908, voters;" leading to "With Lindsay it's coming up roses!" They gave us a copy. Ethel was at Election night HQ at the Roosevelt Hotel, as were me and my friends.]

 

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"Jubllation T. Cornpone" -- sung by Stubby Kaye in Li'l Abner (1959)

Next: Sung by another person named Kaye

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Since it's Christmas Eve, I gotta mention Danny Kaye in WHITE CHRISTMAS, but here's a less remembered number that makes me cry every time: "We'll Follow the Old Man"

 

 

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another lesser remembered song in another Christmas movie

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On 12/23/2019 at 11:53 PM, LonesomePolecat said:

 

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another lesser remembered song in another Christmas movie

MERRY CHRISTMAS EVERYONE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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"Sing as We Go" -- sung by Gracie Fields in Sing as We Go (1934)

Next: Song from a British historical drama

 

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But Mr. Adams - 1776.

 

Next: your favorite song in your favorite film. 

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 "Lasciate i monti" (from Monteverdi's Orfeo) --  sung by Olivia de Havilland (dubbed?) and chorus in Anthony Adverse

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Next: A song you don't like from a movie you don't like

 

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An 80s song, (I really love) is Forever Young in Chances Are (1989). 

 

Next: a song that is a great song, but seems out of place for the film it is in. 

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"September in the Rain" sung by James Melton in Melody for Two (1937)

Next: Sung in a Greer Garson movie

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New York, New York from On the Town (1949). I associate it with both Sinatra and Gene Kelly. 

 

Next: Oklahoma (1955) the film.

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I Want to Be Loved By You - Marilyn Monroe, Some Like it Hot (1959)

 

Next: A comedic song

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"Here **** ****" --  The Ritz Brothers, The Goldwyn Follies (1938)

 

Next: Sung to someone who's far away from the singer

 

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Why Should I Worry, Billy Joel in Oliver and Company (1988)

Next: A Disney Princess Song

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