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"Father O'Flynn" -- The Long Gray Line (1955)

Next: Song from a Bette Davis movie

 

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" I've Written a Letter to Daddy "--

What Ever Happened to Baby Jane?

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A movie song or movie theme sung by the star, who was not considered to be a professional singer or a musical performer

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Whose Baby Are You? sung by Peter Lawford in It Happened in Brooklyn  ( i love that song)

 

Next: another song sung by someone who isn't considered to be a professional singer

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" Thunder Road "--Robert Mitchum

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Give an example of a song  that's a truly bad dubbing job in a truly great musical--

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I don't know about "truly great" but it's terrible dubbing: "Truly Scrumptious" in CHITTY CHITTY BANG BANG (the kids' mouths hardly move!)

 

next

another song sung by kids

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"The Big Ship Sails" -- A Taste of Honey (1961)

Next: Sung in a hotel

 

 

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Monkey Doodle Doo  ("The Cocoanuts")

Next:   Heard on a Radio

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South American Way  sung by Carmen Miranda, heard in Radio Days  

next--'Life' or 'Live' in the title

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That's What You Jolly Well Get, sung by Errol Flynn in Thank Your Lucky Stars  

next--a room in a house is mentioned in the lyrics

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Burt Bacharach's wonderful title song from A HOUSE IS NOT A HOME (1964)

 

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since I cheated, a song that mentions a room in a house :)

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"If You're Irish, Come into the Parlour" sung by Sara Allgood and cast; and also played over the opening credits in Juno and the Paycock (1930)

Next: Song mentioning an American body of water

 

 

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Where the Lazy River Goes By   (Mississippi River is mentioned in lyrics)  (Sung by Barbara Stanwyck and Tony Martin in "Banjo on My Knee")

Next:   Big Production Number Set in a Nightclub

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" The Nango "-- Weekend in Havana

Carmen Miranda Sings, Alice Faye and John Payne dance and Hermes Pan choreographs the big ensemble  all in 20th Century Fox Technicolor

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A black and white MGM  big production number

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"The Campus Capers" -- So This Is College (1929)

Next: Song from a 1930s Paramount movie

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 " Love is Here to Stay "--The Goldwyn Follies

It was the last song that the Gershwin Brothers wrote together.

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Another one of the songs that the Gershwins wrote the last few years of George's life.

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"I Can't Be Bothered Now" written for DAMSEL IN DISTRESS

 

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a song by the Sherman Brothers (not from Mary Poppins)

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" Let's Get Together "-- The Parent Trap

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A Kander and Ebb movie song that is Simply Fabulous-- but not so well-known 

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The hit from CHICAGO is "All That Jazz" but I love the finale song "Nowadays" :)

 

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another song about "today"

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"On a Wonderful Day Like Today" -- sung by Cyril Ritchard -- The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel (Originally from the Broadway musical The Roar of the Greasepaint)

Next: Another lesser-known song from a Broadway musical used on a television show

 

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