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(1942)

Soundtracks

La Marseillaise
(1792) (uncredited)
Written by Claude Joseph Rouget de Lisle
Arranged by Max Steiner
Played during the opening credits
Sung by Madeleine Lebeau and others at Rick's
Variations played often in the score
It Had to Be You
(1924) (uncredited)
Music by Isham Jones
Lyrics by Gus Kahn
Played during the opening shot of Rick's Café
Performed by Dooley Wilson (piano dubbed by Elliot Carpenter)
Also played when Laszlo and Ilsa return to Rick's
Shine
(1910) (uncredited)
Music by Ford Dabney
Lyrics by Lew Brown and Cecil Mack
Performed by Dooley Wilson during the opening scene at Rick's (piano dubbed by Elliot Carpenter)
Crazy Rhythm
(1928) (uncredited)
Music by Joseph Meyer and Roger Wolfe Kahn
Played when Rick turns the man away and then talks to Ugarte
(originally from the 1928 Broadway musical "Here's Howe!")
Knock on Wood
(1942) (uncredited)
Music by M.K. Jerome
Lyrics by Jack Scholl
Performed by Dooley Wilson and band (piano dubbed by Elliot Carpenter)
The Very Thought of You
(1934) (uncredited)
Music by Ray Noble
Played when Ferrari offers to buy Rick's and when Rick sends Yvonne home
Also played when Sascha kisses Rick after Rick's good deed
Baby Face
(1926) (uncredited)
Music by Harry Akst
Performed by Dooley Wilson when Renault tells Rick that there's going to be an arrest (piano dubbed by Elliot Carpenter)
I'm Just Wild About Harry
(uncredited)
Music by Eubie Blake
Played when Renault goes downstairs and joins Major Strasser's party
Heaven Can Wait
(uncredited)
Music by Jimmy Van Heusen
Played when Rick is introduced to Major Strasser
Parlez-moi d'amour
(uncredited)
Music by Jean Lenoir
Played when Laszlo and Ilsa first enter Rick's
Love for Sale
(uncredited)
Music by Cole Porter
Played when Renault joins Laszlo and Ilsa at their table
Tango Delle Rose
(1928) (uncredited)
aka "The Song of the Rose"
Written by Filippo Schreier and Aldo Bottero
Performed by Corinna Mura (vocal and guitar)
Avalon
(1920) (uncredited)
Music by Vincent Rose
Performed by Dooley Wilson while talking to Ilsa (piano dubbed by Elliot Carpenter)
As Time Goes By
(1931) (uncredited)
Written by Herman Hupfeld
Performed by Dooley Wilson (piano dubbed by Elliot Carpenter)
Variations played often in the score
(originally from the 1932 Broadway show "Everybody's Welcome")
Piano Improvisation
(uncredited)
Music by Frank Perkins
Performed by Dooley Wilson after trying to talk Rick into leaving (piano dubbed by Elliot Carpenter)
Perfidia
(1939) (uncredited)
Music by Alberto Domínguez
Played when Rick and Ilsa are dancing at the Paris nightclub
If I Could Be with You
(1926) (uncredited)
Music by James P. Johnson
Played when the man gets his pocket picked and the Germans enter Rick's
You Must Have Been a Beautiful Baby
(1938) (uncredited)
Music by Harry Warren
Played when Yvonne walks into Rick's with the German officer
Die Wacht am Rhein
(1854) (uncredited)
Music by Karl Wilhelm (1854)
Lyrics by Max Schneckenburger (1840) (from his poem)
Arranged by Max Steiner
Sung by the Germans at Rick's
Das Lied der Deutschen
(1841) (uncredited)
aka "Deutschland über Alles"
Music by Joseph Haydn (1797)
Arranged by Max Steiner
Played before and after Major Strasser orders Renault to shut down Rick's

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