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First Movie SONG That Comes to Mind

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A Certain Smile Johnny sang the song in the film A Certain Smile  ( this has always been a favorite of mine, we use to play Johnny's records constantly, ps a great make-out song LOL)) I've requested many times that TCM show this film

a group of children singing together

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Here's Shirley Temple leading a chorus of children in the title song of Young People:

Next:  a song that starts indoors and then goes outdoors

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Vast is my Motherland from Circus

 

Next: song with choreography by Busby Berkeley 

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Choreography by Busby Berkeley is really a hard question because Busby Berkeley didn't do dance steps per say, he directed and created concepts for musical sequences to his liking. 

My favorite musical sequence that he directed was "Fascinating Rhythm" in Lady Be Good starring Eleanor Powell and featuring The Berry Brothers.  Eleanor Powell and The Berry Brothers were each responsible for their own dance movement, but Busby Berkeley directed  the entire sequence, which also included singer Connie Russell.

 

Next: An Operetta number from a stage show that was adapted into a popular movie musical

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Jack Lemmon sang It's Bigger Than You and Me in My Sister Eileen (1955).

Next:  a song performed by a man or men in drag

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I'm Gonna Wash That Man Right Outta My Hair--South Pacific

next--a song more 'talked' than sung

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2 minutes ago, shutoo said:

I'm Gonna Wash That Man Right Outta My Hair--South Pacific

next--a song more 'talked' than sung

I've Grown Accustomed To Her Face by Lerner and Loewe and performed by Rex Harrison

Next: A song by Lerner without Loewe

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Too Late Now by Alan Jay Lerner and Burton Lane from Royal Wedding

Next: a song played as background music in a musical where all the songs are written by the same composer (including the ones in the background)

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"Why Was I Born" sung by Gogi Grant for Ann Blyth in "The Helen Morgan Story". Miss Grant dubbed all the songs in this film for Miss Blyth.

Next: tenor voice dubbed for leading man

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