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Hollywood Singing and Dancing: A Musical History - The 1940s: Stars, Stripes and Singing was released in the year 2009, some songs of the official soundtrack are You Stepped out of a Dream by Tony Martin, Why Don't You Do Right? by Benny Goodman Orchestra, Who? by Judy Garland, White Christmas by Martha Mears. Listen the soundtrack online!

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You stepped out of a dream

Tony Martin: performer
Nacio Herb Brown: composer
Gus Kahn: writer
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Why don't you do right?

Peggy Lee: performer
Benny Goodman: performer
Joe McCoy: writer
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Who?

Judy Garland: performer
Jerome Kern: composer
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White christmas

Martha Mears: performer
Bing Crosby: performer
Irving Berlin: writer
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Three little sisters

The Andrews Sisters: performer
Vic Mizzy: composer
Irving Taylor: writer
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The yankee doodle boy

James Cagney: performer
George M. Cohan: writer
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The vamp

June Haver: performer
Betty Grable: performer
Byron Gay: writer
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The trolley song

Judy Garland: performer
Hugh Martin: writer
Ralph Blane: composer
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The last time i saw paris

Dinah Shore: performer
Jerome Kern: composer
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That's what the well-dressed man in harlem will wear

James Cross: performer
Irving Berlin: writer
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That's for me

Oscar Levant: performer
Mary Martin: performer
Johnny Burke: writer
James V. Monaco: composer
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Sweethearts

Nelson Eddy: performer
Jeanette MacDonald: performer
Victor Herbert: composer
Bob Wright: writer
Chet Forrest: writer
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Sweet dreams, sweetheart

Joan Leslie: performer
Ted Koehler: writer
M.K. Jerome: composer
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Strike up the band

Mickey Rooney: performer
Judy Garland: performer
George Gershwin: composer
Ira Gershwin: writer
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Six jerks in a jeep

The Andrews Sisters: performer
Sid Robin: writer
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Saturday night is the loneliest night of the week

Frank Sinatra: performer
Sammy Cahn: writer
Jule Styne: composer
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Rhythm on the river

Bing Crosby: performer
Johnny Burke: writer
James V. Monaco: composer
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Poor mr. chisholm

Fred Astaire: performer
Bernard Hanighen: composer
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Only forever

Mary Martin: performer
Bing Crosby: performer
Johnny Burke: writer
James V. Monaco: composer
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On the boardwalk in atlantic city

June Haver: performer
Mack Gordon: writer
Josef Myrow: composer
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On the atchison, topeka and the santa fe

Judy Garland: performer
Harry Warren: composer
Johnny Mercer: writer
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Ol' man river

Frank Sinatra: performer
Jerome Kern: composer
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New york, new york

Jules Munshin: performer
Gene Kelly: performer
Frank Sinatra: performer
Leonard Bernstein: composer
Betty Comden: writer
Adolph Green: writer
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Make way for tomorrow

Phil Silvers: performer
Rita Hayworth: performer
Gene Kelly: performer
Jerome Kern: writer
Ira Gershwin: writer
E.Y. Harburg: writer
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Make believe

Kathryn Grayson: performer
Jerome Kern: composer
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Mairzy doats

Bob Hope: performer
Bing Crosby: performer
Milton Drake: writer
Al Hoffman: writer
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Look for the silver lining

Judy Garland: performer
Jerome Kern: composer
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In acapulco

Betty Grable: performer
Harry Warren: composer
Mack Gordon: writer
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I, yi, yi, yi, yi (i like you very much)

Carmen Miranda: performer
Harry Warren: composer
Mack Gordon: writer
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I'm in love

Doris Day: performer
Sammy Cahn: writer
Jule Styne: composer
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I'll be marching to a love song

Betty Grable: performer
Leo Robin: writer
Ralph Rainger: composer
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How about you?

Mickey Rooney: performer
Judy Garland: performer
Burton Lane: composer
Ralph Freed: writer
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Hoe down

Mickey Rooney: performer
Judy Garland: performer
Ralph Freed: writer
Roger Edens: composer
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Easter parade

Bing Crosby: performer
Irving Berlin: writer
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Doctor, lawyer, indian chief

Betty Hutton: performer
Hoagy Carmichael: composer
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Dig you later (a-hubba hubba hubba)

Martha Stewart: performer
Perry Como: performer
Jimmy McHugh: composer
Harold Adamson: writer
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Dig it

Paulette Goddard: performer
Fred Astaire: performer
Hal Borne: composer
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Chico chico

Carmen Miranda: performer
Jimmy McHugh: composer
Harold Adamson: writer
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Chattanooga choo choo

Tex Beneke: performer
Harry Warren: composer
Mack Gordon: writer
  

A friend indeed

Deanna Durbin: performer
  

Any bonds today?

Irving Berlin: writer
  

Beside the rio tonto shore

The Merry Macs: performer
Don Raye: writer
Gene de Paul: composer
  

Boa noite (good-night)

Alice Faye: performer
Harry Warren: composer
Mack Gordon: writer
  

Come join the waves

Betty Hutton: performer
Harold Arlen: composer
Johnny Mercer: writer
  

Dames

Harry Warren: composer
  

Down argentina way

Harry Warren: composer
Mack Gordon: writer
  

Du barry was a lady

Lucille Ball: performer
Burton Lane: composer
Ralph Freed: writer
  

How about a cheer for the navy

Irving Berlin: writer
  

James session

The Jivin: performer
  

Long ago (and far away)

Kathryn Grayson: performer
Jerome Kern: composer
Ira Gershwin: writer
  

The train must be fed

Marjorie Main: performer
Selena Royle: performer
Harry Warren: composer
Johnny Mercer: writer
  

Under california stars

Jane Frazee: performer
Roy Rogers: performer
Jack Elliott: writer

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