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Dance scene on the Bronx steps -- Joker (2019) inspired by Ray Bolger's "The Old Soft Shoe"

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"We Kiss in the Shadow" -- The King and I (1956)

(I really wanted to post "No Other Love" from Me and Juliet, but it was never made into a movie. Rodgers previously used the tune for Victory at Sea.)

Next: Sung by an unhappy character 

 

 

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"The Gentleman Is a Dope" -- sung by Lisa Kirk in Welcome to Woop Woop (1997). (The song is from R&H's Allegro, but was used in Welcome to Woop Woop, a bizarre film about a secluded and psychotic Australian town where the only form of entertainment is Rodgers & Hammerstein original cast albums.)

Next: A Shirelles song used in a movie

 

 

 

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such a sweet little song...Rainbow Connection from The Muppet Movie  

next--Kermit makes me think 'green'...so something with 'green' in the lyrics

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"The Sidewalks of New York"  featured in Roughly Speaking (1945) and many other movies

A movie song about a city you aren't fond of (I'm trying to get away from all the "favorite" stuff.)

 

 

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"The Glow Worm" -- Ah, Wilderness! (1935) [Originally from Carl Emil Paul Lincke's operetta Lysistrata.]

Next: Sung ferociously

 

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Ship of Fools (1965) -- though I like the movie too. (I used to have the soundtrack LP.)

Next: Favorite song scene from Radio Days

 

 

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This one's a hard choice because several of these numbers are among favorites--

But I guess I'll go with Glenn Miller's "In the Mood"

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A popular music standard that you never get tired of listening to,

which was written for a movie

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"You'd Be so Nice to Come Home To" by Cole Porter -- written (and Oscar nominated) for  Something to Shout About (1943), where it was sung by Don Ameche and Janet Blair.

I'm particularly partial to Diane Keaton's rendition in Radio Days (1987):

Next: A song that was Oscar nominated but lost to a song that wasn't as good.

 

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