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First Movie SONG That Comes to Mind

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"My Guy" from Sister Act (1992) written by Smokey Robinson, sung by Whoopi Goldberg, Jenifer Lewis and Charlotte Crossley.

 

Next: song made famous by Billie Holliday 

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God Bless the Child--I don't think she ever performed this in a film, but her version has been used in several:   

 

next--'blues' in the title

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Look for the Silver Lining--Till the Clouds Roll By

next--'dance' in the title

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"Oh Little Town of Bethlehem" in "Christmas in Connecticut" 

Next: "Happy Birthday" sung in a classic old film

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On ‎1‎/‎17‎/‎2018 at 11:37 AM, marcar said:

"Oh Little Town of Bethlehem" in "Christmas in Connecticut" 

Next: "Happy Birthday" sung in a classic old film

I'm confused...wouldn't 'Happy Birthday' be the only song that comes to mind for this?  maybe you want the 'first film' ?

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Just now, shutoo said:

I'm confused...wouldn't 'Happy Birthday' be the only song that comes to mind for this?  maybe you want the 'first film' ?

Sorry, got my threads confused, again. 

Try this:

Next: song sung by pirate

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The Money Song from "Cabaret" EDIT-sorry I answered the wrong post- The Pirate's Life from Peter Pan (1953)

 

Next-song about loneliness 

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I'm Strictly on the Corny Side--from A Date With Judy --duet w/Scotty Beckett   

next--song title ends with a ?

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Tomorrow Belongs to Me from Cabaret

Next: Jazz song by Cole Porter

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Rap, Tap on Wood--Born to Dance (of course, her singing is dubbed..)

 

next--sung while walking down the street..but not by Gene Kelly:rolleyes:

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On 1/20/2018 at 1:42 AM, shutoo said:

Rap, Tap on Wood--Born to Dance (of course, her singing is dubbed..)

What counts is that her tap dancing is NOT dubbed. Ellie's tap dancing is what  made Metro bring her from Broadway to Star her in the MGM musicals.

FYI-- Ginger Rogers' tap dancing IS dubbed. She was ALWAYS dubbed by Fred Astaire's Co choreographer and Dance Assistant, Hermes Pan.

*Tap dancing is the dance form where you are judged, not just by the movements that you make, but also by the sounds that you create on the floor with your tap shoes.

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next--sung while walking down the street..but not by Gene Kelly:rolleyes:

Fred Astaire walking down the Champs Elysées in Funny Face singing Bonjour Paris!

 

 

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"I Wanna Be Loved By You" sung by Marilyn Monroe in SOME LIKE IT HOT and a dubbed Debbie Reynolds in THREE LITTLE WORDS

 

next

song from another 1950s movie

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Is There Anyone Here for Love?  (sung by Jane Russell in "Gentlemen Prefer Blondes")

Next:  Song from a Low-Budget Movie

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Judy Henske (who?) singing Wade in the Water in Hootenanny Hoot  

 

next--that was fun..I'll repeat it--song from a low budget film

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