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Since that could be every song by Stephen Foster, let's go straight to his biopic SWANEE RIVER, in which we hear many songs he wrote including "Oh Susannah"

 

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Since you mentioned a Foster biopic, so will I.  My favorite Foster biopic is the  low budget Harmony Lane (1935).

"Old Black Joe"  -- Harmony Lane (1935)

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41 minutes ago, lavenderblue19 said:

Get Me To The Church On Time - Stanley Hollaway - My Fair Lady

Patricia Wymore sings in a film

I assume you meant Patrice Wymore?

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"Love is Still for Free" from SHE'S WORKING HER WAY THROUGH COLLEGE

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song from another Warner Brothers musical

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"I'm the Last of the Red Hot Mamas" sung by Sophie Tucker in H_onky Tonk (1929)

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A nobody becomes a star thanks to a mysterious talking plant in LITTLE SHOP OF HORRORS -- here's the extended uncut version of "The Meek Shall Inherit"

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another song that was either cut or shortened before the final version of the film came out

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21 hours ago, LonesomePolecat said:

 

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another song that was either cut or shortened before the final version of the film came out

As Don Knotts would say, "Let me clarify this..."

A song from the Broadway show that didn't make it into the movie

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Bushel and a Peck was left out of the film version of Guys and Dolls...here's a taped stage performance of the song:  

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There were some very catchy songs in that old Rankin Bass RETURN OF THE KING cartoon, including this one-- "Where There's a Whip, There's a Way"

 

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continue with another song with "where" in the title

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"Where Have all the Flowers Gone?" -- Marlene Dietrich: Her Own Song (2001)

["Sag Mir Wo Die Blumen Sind" -- Marlene sings Pete Seeger's song in German.] 

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From a minor MGM musical short that would become famous later due to the singers  - "Dance and make love to the sweet music of Americana" (Judy and Deanna Durbin)

 

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"St. James Infirmary Blues" -- Cab Calloway in the Betty Boop "Snow White" cartoon 

(This song derives from an old English ballad about a soldier dying of syphilis.)

Next: Hospital setting (or sick room)

 

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Here's Irene Dunne singing a Norwegian lullaby in I REMEMBER MAMA

(Actually my first thought was not a movie song but Weird Al's "Like a Surgeon")

 

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another song sung by Irene Dunne

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"You Couldn't Be Cuter" -- sung by Irene Dunne in The Joy of Living (1938)

Next: Song from a movie featuring Claudette Colbert (though she doesn't have to be the singer)

 

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