What's Up Doc? Soundtrack (1950) OST


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    What's up doc? (1950) Soundtrack

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    Tags: Vaudeville, Showbiz, Reference To Bugs Bunny, Reference To Elmer Fudd, Cartoon Rabbit

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Listen What's Up Doc? (1950) Soundtrack

What's Up Doc? was released in the year 1950, some songs of the official soundtrack are Ain't We Got Fun? by Richard A. Whiting, April Showers by Louis Silvers, Are You from Dixie? by George L. Cobb, Forty-Second Street by Harry Warren. Listen the soundtrack online!

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Ain't we got fun?

Richard A. Whiting: composer
Gus Kahn: writer
Ray Egan: writer
  

April showers

Louis Silvers: composer
  

Are you from dixie?

George L. Cobb: composer
  

Forty-second street

Harry Warren: composer
  

Hooray for hollywood

Richard A. Whiting: composer
Johnny Mercer: writer
  

Hungarian rhapsody no. 2

Franz Liszt: composer
  

Merrily we roll along

Murray Mencher: composer
  

Rock-a-bye baby

Effie I. Canning: composer
  

Shuffle off to buffalo

Harry Warren: composer
  

The blue danube

Johann Strauß: composer
Johann Strauss: composer
  

The daughter of rosie o'grady

Walter Donaldson: composer
  

Voices of spring

Johann Strauß: writer
Johann Strauss: writer
  

We're the boys of the chorus

Bugs Bunny: performer
Chorus: performer
  

What's the matter with father

Egbert Van Alstyne: composer
  

What's up doc?

  

While strolling through the park one day

Ed Haley: composer
  

You must have been a beautiful baby

Harry Warren: composer
Johnny Mercer: writer

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