Leo Robin

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SONGS THE WORKS CO-WRITERS
"Bomba, La" The Big Broadcast of 1937 Ralph Rainger (M); M. Agnolucci (Arrangement for Piano - EP only)
"Heigh-Ho the Radio" The Big Broadcast of 1937 Ralph Rainger (M)
"Here's Love in Your Eye" The Big Broadcast of 1937 Ralph Rainger (M); G. N. Terry (Piano Score on EP only)
"High-Hat Hop" The Big Broadcast of 1937 Ralph Rainger (M)
"Night in Manhattan" The Big Broadcast of 1937 Ralph Rainger (M); George N. Terry (Piano Score and Uke on EP)
"Talking through My Heart" The Big Broadcast of 1937 Ralph Rainger (M); G.N. Terry (Arrangement for Uke and Piano)
"Vote for Mr. Rhythm" The Big Broadcast of 1937 Ralph Rainger (M); Al Siegel (M)
"You Came to My Rescue" The Big Broadcast of 1937 Ralph Rainger (M)
"Your Minstrel Man" The Big Broadcast of 1937 Ralph Rainger (M)


A scene where Agent Bob, played by Ray Milland, escorts promising suburban singer Gwen, played by Shirley Ross, to a club where they catch a couple of numbers -- "Your Minstrel Man" and “Here’s Love in Your Eye
A scene with Burns & Allen and a Leo Robin tune "La Bomba"
A throwback track -- "Night in Manhattan" -- introduced in the 1936 film The Big Broadcast of 1937 and then recorded by Ted Fio Rito and His Orchestra was released June 30, 2017 on the new album Night In Manhattan (Songs about New York - Original Recordings 1932 - 1936)
Scene with the song Heigh Ho The Radio! for a feature with many big radio stars, first George Burns and Gracie Allen, with Martha Raye, then Jack Benny as the big shot
Screen song "Talking through My Heart"
Teddy Wilson and his Orchestra, featuring vocals of Helen Ward, performing "You Came to My Rescue," originally introduced in the film The Big Broadcast of 1937





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