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Mr. Smith Goes to Washington (1939) Poster

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Columbia, the Gem of the Ocean
(1843) (uncredited)
Written by David T. Shaw
Played during the opening credits and often in the score
Yankee Doodle
(ca. 1755) (uncredited)
Traditional music of English origin
Played during the opening credits and often in the score
America, My Country Tis of Thee
(1832) (uncredited)
Music by Lowell Mason, based on the Music by Henry Carey from "God Save the King" (1744)
Played during the opening credits and often in the score
Semper Fidelis
(1888) (uncredited)
Written by John Philip Sousa
Played by the Boy Rangers' band
The Star-Spangled Banner
(1814) (uncredited)
Music by John Stafford Smith
In the score at the banquet
For He's a Jolly Good Fellow
(uncredited)
Traditional
Played at the banquet for Jefferson Smith
Auld Lang Syne
(1788) (uncredited)
Traditional Scottish 17th century music
Lyrics by Robert Burns
Sung at the banquet by the senators
O Bury Me Not On the Lone Prairie
Traditional cowboy song
In the score when Smith and Paine reminisce, and later when Smith is at the Lincoln Memorial at night
When Johnny Comes Marching Home
(1863) (uncredited)
Music by Louis Lambert
In the score when Smith goes sightseeing
Taps
(1862) (uncredited)
Music by Daniel Butterfield
In the score when Smith is at the Arlington National Cemetery
Battle Hymn of the Republic
(ca 1856) (uncredited)
Music by William Steffe
In the score when Smith is at the Lincoln Memorial
Red River Valley
(uncredited)
Traditional
In the score when Smith is at the Lincoln Memorial
Jeanie With the Light Brown Hair
(1854) (uncredited)
Music by Stephen Foster
In the score as a love theme
(Oh My Darling) Clementine
(1884) (uncredited)
Music by Percy Montrose
In the score towards the end

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