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Boston Bruins organist played the theme "Paree". Back in the old days of the 40's, 50's and 60's, when the Bruins scored, the organist John Kiley would play a rendition of "Paree" and the melodic sound was also synonymous with the Boston Bruins entrance onto the ice of Boston Garden
Dana Suesse first hit song -- "Have You Forgotten" (Her first composition "Syncopated Love Song" bridged this gap between "serious" and "jazz" forms. It was originally written in 1928 as an instrumental called "Syncopated Love Song" and it wasn't popularized until Nathaniel Shilkret recorded it in 1929, and once Leo Robin created lyrics in 1931, it soon became the hit song "Have You Forgotten.")
David Rose And His Orchestra performing "Dreams Do Come True"
David Rose And His Orchestra performing "The Mask Waltz," originally introduced in the film Red, White and Blue
Dorothy Lamour singing "I'll Take an Option on You," originally introduced in the 1933 musical revue Tattle Tales by Betty Doree at the Broadhurst Theatre on Broadway
Geoffrey Gelder and his Kettner's Five performed "Where Have You Been (All My Life)?," originally introduced in Lucky Girl which opened at the Shaftesbury Theatre in London on November 14, 1928
Gracie Allen performing a hilarious version of “Vamp of the Pampas” in the 1935 comedy film Here Comes Cookie
Lawrence Welk performs with Lois Best singing "I Fell up to Heaven" from The Champagne Music of Lawrence Welk album and originally introduced in the 1939 short film A Song Is Born
Leo Reisman Orchestra performing "Ça c'est Paris," also known as "Paree (Spanish composer and pianist Jose Padilla's became famous in France as he composed songs for the Moulin Rouge, like French title "Ça c'est Paris," made famous by Mistinguett in 1926 and had became her trademark tune with the English lyrics and title "Paree" by Leo Robin.)
Leo Robin's first song, “Whistle Away Your Blues," written with Richard Myers, which debuted in the Greenwich Village Follies in 1925
Nat Shilkret and The Victor Orchestra performing "Pull Yourself Together," originally introduced in the 1927 Broadway show Allez-Oop!
Nat Shilkret and the Victor Orchestra with vocal refrain by Johnny Marvin performing "Where Have You Been (All My Life)?," debuting in Allez-Oop! at the Earl Carroll Theatre on August 2, 1927
Scene from the 1934 One Hour Late where Joe Morrison singing "I Can't Imagine Me Without You"
Scene where Dorothy Lamour singing "I'm the Secretary to the Sultan" from the 1943 film Riding High
Scene where Helen Kane stars in the lead role as Dangerous Nan Mcgrew who sings "Aw C'mon Watta Ya Got to Lose?" in 1930 film Dangerous Nan McGrew
Scene where Robert Cummings singing and Eleanor Whitney tap dancing to the cute number "Laughin' at the Weather Man" in the 1935 film Millions in the Air
The catchy tune "I'm a One-Man Girl" from the stage musical production of Mister Cinders, originally introduced in the Broadway show Bubbling Over in 1926
The Dish Ran Away with the Spoon, a very Disneyesque animated 1933 film, has kitchen tools frolicking & dancing to Leo Robin's theme song sung in the opening and later includes his ballad "I'll Take an Option on You"
Vic Damone singing "One Love"
Waring's Pennsylvanians perform "I Want the World to Know," originally introduced in the Broadway show Hello Yourself
Waring's Pennsylvanians perform "Say That You Love Me," originally introduced in the Broadway show Hello Yourself





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