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You Took the Words Right Out of My Heart (1938)

Made by Max Fleischer as part of Paramount's "Screen Songs" series, and combining cartoon action with live performers. Opens as a cartoon showing kidding newsreel-type shots of a lion tamer... See full summary »

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Jerry Blaine ...
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Made by Max Fleischer as part of Paramount's "Screen Songs" series, and combining cartoon action with live performers. Opens as a cartoon showing kidding newsreel-type shots of a lion tamer, a tight-rope walker, an actor and a sweepstakes winner as caught by a candid(animation) camera. Ends with a cut to live action with Jerry Blaine and his Streamline Rhythm Orchestra playing while band vocalist Phyllis Kenny sings the title song. Written by Les Adams <longhorn1939@suddenlink.net>

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28 January 1938 (USA)  »

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You Took the Words Right Out of My Heart
Music by Ralph Rainger
Lyrics by Leo Robin
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