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First Movie SONG That Comes to Mind

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"I'm Going Back" -- Bells Are Ringing

Next: Song mentioning the devil

 

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If Ever I Would Leave You from Camelot...but just for something different, here's Mr. Monk's version (starts after the 2:00 mark...)  

next--song that was over-played until you were sick of it

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Here's Nelson Eddy having fun singing "Great Day" on TV, breaking his usual character and doing some fun impressions

 

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another number that is a break in a singer or dancer's usual style

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"The Ritz roll and Rock"--Fred Astaire

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Music from a studio movie composer famous for setting the mood and writing themes associated with characters-- not so much for the whole score

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Anthony Adverse (1936) -- score by Erich Wolfgang Korngold, is perhaps the best original soundtrack of all time. Each important character has his/her own theme/leitmotif.

Next: Sung by someone in pigtails

 

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14 hours ago, Swithin said:

 

Next: Sung by someone in pigtails

 

Thought of Carrie in BEDKNOBS AND BROOMSTICKS:

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Let's go with "Substituriary Locomotion" (aka "Treguna Mecoides Tricorum Satis Dee")

 

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a song heard/sung/played in a New Year's scene

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"Little Butterfly" -- performed on December 31, 1899 in Every Day's a Holiday (1937) 

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Next: Another song performed by a male quartet

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Mature may be in question with my answer, but Summer Nights (1978), Grease came to mind. 

 

Next: big musical production song

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Slaughter on Tenth Avenue  (Gene Kelly and Vera-Ellen)

Next:   A Great Romantic Comedy

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12 minutes ago, Terrence1 said:

Slaughter on Tenth Avenue  (Gene Kelly and Vera-Ellen)

Next:   A Great Romantic Comedy

What kind of music do you want from a great romantic comedy?

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Sorry, Princess. Thanks for the reminder.

Next:   Duet from a Romantic Comedy

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"If You Want to Sing Out, Sing Out" -- Ruth Gordon and Bud Cort in Harold and Maude (1971)

 

Next: Sung in Canada

 

 

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