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First Movie SONG That Comes to Mind

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Instead of responding with the more obvious The Sound of Music, I thought I'd go with Deanna Durbin singing Any Moment Now from Can't Help Singing:

Next:  a song sung along the docks

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Here's Judy Garland singing It's a New World from A Star Is Born:

Next:  a number performed at an outdoor social gathering

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"Old Fashioned 4th of July" sung at the HOLIDAY INN

 

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another song sung in another movie set in Connecticut or any other New England state

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"Baby, You Knock Me Out"   (from It's Always Fair Weather)

 

Next:  a song sung by a member of the Rat Pack

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"Born in a Trunk"  (from A Star is Born)

 

Next:  a song from a musical biopic

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Monkey Doodle Doo was sung and danced to by Mary Eaton in The Cocoanuts.

Next:  a song sung by The Yacht Club Boys.

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"Mrs. Brown, You've Got a Lovely Daughter"  (from the film of the same name)

 

Next:  another song that has the same title as the film

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(Oh) Lady Be Good ( sung by Ann Sothern and Robert Young in the film Lady Be Good)

worth repeating, there are quite a few songs that have same title as the film

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For Me and My Gal, sung by Judy Garland and Gene Kelly in the movie of the same name.

Next:  a song sung as a reprise in the film's finale.

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1.) "Make 'Em Laugh" (performed by Donald O'Connor in Singin' in the Rain)

2.) "The Yama Yama Man"  (performed by Ginger Rogers in The Story of Vernon and Irene Castle)

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Next:  a lesser-known song from one of the "Road" movies with Hope and Crosby

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Only a sad song in context, but "You and I" from MEET ME IN ST LOUIS always makes me cry (so does "Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas" for that matter) :)

 

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Since the dad's singing in "You and I" was dubbed by Arthur Freed, how about... another song that is dubbed by someone else

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Why Was I Born?  (from "The Helen Morgan Story")  (Gogi Grant for Ann Blyth)

Next:  Performed by a Female Soloist with Male Chorus

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