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The Bowery (1933) Poster

(1933)

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Soundtrack Credits 

The Bowery
(uncredited)
Music by Percy Gaunt
Lyrics by Charles Hale Hoyt
Sung by a chorus at the beginning
Played often in the score
My Dad's the Engineer
(uncredited)
Written by Charles Graham (as Chas. Graham)
Sung by the waiter in the tavern
When Irish Eyes Are Smiling
(uncredited)
Music by Ernest Ball
Lyrics by Chauncey Olcott and George Graff
Sung by an unidentified singer when Chuck Connors is getting his shoes shined
Ta-ra-ra Boom-der-é
(uncredited)
aka "Ta-ra-ra Boom-de-ay"
Written by Henry J. Sayers
Performed by Pert Kelton and chorus girls
Strike Up the Band (Here Comes a Sailor)
(uncredited)
Music by Chas. B. Ward
Lyrics by Andrew B. Sterling
Performed by Pert Kelton and chorus girls
The Band Played On
(uncredited)
Music by Chas. B. Ward
Played when Steve Brodie and Trixie dance
When You Were Sweet Sixteen
(uncredited)
Written by James Thornton
Sung by a vocal group when Lucy meets Connors outside his tavern
Played as Lucy's theme
Dear Little Boy of Mine
(uncredited)
Music by Ernest Ball
Played when Connors checks on Swipes and picks up the kittens
Played as Swipes' theme
The Irish Washerwoman
(uncredited)
Traditional
Played when the headline of Brodie's popularity is shown
My Gal Sal
(uncredited)
Written by Paul Dresser
Played when Brodie first meets Lucy
Ach, Du Lieber Augustine
(uncredited)
Traditional
Played when the barbecue and clam bake poster is shown
In the Good Old Summertime
(uncredited)
Music by George Evans
Played when Connors shows up at the beach
For He's a Jolly Good Fellow
(uncredited)
Traditional
Sung by those in the boat
A Hot Time in the Old Town
(uncredited)
Music by Theo. A. Metz
Played when Brodie is being carried back after his jump
Auld Lang Syne
(uncredited)
Traditional
Sung by a vocal group after Connors enlists
Also played as they march at the end

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