Marion Sunshine Soundtracks

Marion Sunshine
Marion Sunshine was an American actress. She appeared on Broadway in musicals such as Going Up. She appeared in 26 films between 1908 and 1916. She was born in Louisville, Kentucky, United States and died in New York, New York. She was involved in Vaudeville, and also wrote the English lyrics to the jazz standard The Peanut Vendor, When I Get Low, I Get High and Mango Mengue. Her brother-in-law wa...
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Filmography: Marion Sunshine songs

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No me voy sin bailar Noches de gala writer
The Peanut Vendor Town & Country writer
The peanut vendor Mildred Pierce writer
The Peanut Vendor Luxury Liner writer
The Peanut Vendor (El Manicero) A Star Is Born writer
   Have You Seen My Love? Sista natten composer
   Mary, You're a Little Bit Old-Fashioned April Showers writer
   Mary, You're a Little Bit Old-Fashioned One Sunday Afternoon writer
   Peanut Vendor Wife vs. Secretary writer
   Peanut Vendor (El Manisero) Comandante writer
   The Peanut Vendor Here Comes the Band writer
   The Peanut Vendor Only Angels Have Wings writer
   The Peanut Vendor Sweet and Lowdown writer
   The Peanut Vendor Voyage of the Damned writer
   The Peanut Vendor (El manisero) The Peanut Vendor writer
   Tumbao Cubano (Riff A La Cubana) Confessions of a Shopaholic writer
   Voodoo Moon (Enlloró) Hollywood Canteen writer
   When I Get Low I Get High Alive and Kicking writer