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You Are My Lucy Star was written for Broadway Melody of 1936.  It's heard 3 times, but twice are with Powell dancing...here in a ballet sequence:  

and for those who like to see her do what she did extraordinarily well, it's heard in this tap routine:  

next--"eyes' in the title

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The opening to ON THE TOWN — “I feel like I’m not out of bed yet” (not sure if that’s technically a separate song or just part of New York New York, but I love it!)

 

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another song that’s at the verrry beginning of a movie before any dialogue

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"Dis-Donc" by Marguerite Monnot from Irma la Douce (on B'way 1960/61; movie 1963). Song adapted to use without lyrics for the film.

Here's the song from the Broadway show. It's played over the credits in the film version.

 

Next:  Another song with a French setting

 

 

 

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"Oh..You Never Know, Just Who You’re Gonna Meet, When Your Walking Down a Busy London Street."  -- Dressed to Kill (1946)

Next: Another song from any Sherlock Holmes movie 

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