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"By the Light of the Silvery Moon" sung by Rosalind Russell and others in Roughly Speaking (1945)

Next:  Hoagy Carmichael song

 

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"In Waikiki" -- Sung by Ann Sheridan and the Navy Blues Sextet in Navy Blues (1941) 

Next: Your favorite song/performance from one of the three Show Boat movies (1929, 1936, 1951)

 

 

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1 hour ago, LonesomePolecat said:

"I Have the Room Above Her" from the 2nd one, sung by Allan Jones

 

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Another lesser known Jerome Kern song

" The Night Was Made For Love" /"La nuit fait pour l'amour" 

The Cat and The Fiddle

Allan Jones wasn't in the movie, but he has a beautiful recording of the song on YouTube

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His son, Jack Jones, singing a movie theme song

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Rosemary Clooney's classic "Come on-a My House" mentions "I'm gonna give you apple and a plum and a apricot too" -- she sang it in THE STARS ARE SINGING (1953)

 

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song mentioning a vegetable

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"Can't Help Lovin' dat Man" -- Show Boat (1936) "I even loves him when his kisses got gin."

Next: Sung in German in a movie

 

 

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"The Internationale" -- Reds (1981) " The Internationale" was the anthem of the Soviet Union from 1917 to 1944.

 

Next: Cab Calloway sings in a movie (or cartoon)

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"From Whence These Dire Portents Around" -- The Man Who Knew too Much (1956)  [One of the greatest moments in a Hitchcock film.]

Next: Another song from a Hitchcock film (but not from the film just mentioned)

 

 

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"If Love Were All" sung by Ivy St. Helier in Bitter Sweet (1933) -- perhaps Noel Coward's greatest song

Next: Sung in a fur coat, or at any rate in a heavy coat

 

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