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Hello Frisco, Hello (1943) Poster

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Hello, Frisco!
(uncredited)
Music by Louis A. Hirsch
Lyrics by Gene Buck
Sung by a chorus during the opening credits
Performed by Jack Oakie, Alice Faye, John Payne and June Havoc
Played often throughout the picture
San Francisco
(uncredited)
Music by Bronislau Kaper and Walter Jurmann
Lyrics by Gus Kahn
Sung by a chorus during the opening credits
Played occasionally throughout the picture
For He's a Jolly Good Fellow
(uncredited)
Traditional
Sung during the opening scene by the people in the carriage
The Streets of Cairo
(uncredited)
aka "The Hootchy-Kootchy Dance"
Traditional
Danced by the exotic dancers during the opening sequence
Yip-I-Addy-I-Ay
(uncredited)
Music by John H. Flynn
Lyrics by Will D. Cobb
Performed by some chorus girls during the opening sequence
On San Francisco Bay
(uncredited)
Music by Gertrude Hoffman
Lyrics by Vincent Bryan
Performed by a barbershop quartet during the opening sequence
A Bird in a Gilded Cage
(uncredited)
Music by Harry von Tilzer
Lyrics by Arthur J. Lamb
Sung by a girl in a cage during the opening sequence
Hello! Ma Baby
(uncredited)
Music by Joseph E. Howard
Lyrics by Ida Emerson
Sung by a chorus during the opening sequence
Reprised instrumentally
By the Watermelon Vine (Lindy Lou)
(uncredited)
Written by Thomas S. Allen
Performed by Jack Oakie, Alice Faye, John Payne and June Havoc
Reprised by Jack Oakie and June Havoc
You'll Never Know
Music by Harry Warren
Lyrics by Mack Gordon
Performed by Alice Faye
Played often throughout the picture
Yield Not to Temptation
(uncredited)
Music by Horatio R. Palmer
Played by the mission band
Little Brown Jug
(uncredited)
Music by Joseph Winner
Played when Johnny is talking on the street to the mission band director
Ragtime Cowboy Joe
(uncredited)
Music by Maurice Abrahams and Lewis F. Muir
Lyrics by Grant Clarke
Performed by Alice Faye
Sweet Cider Time, When You Were Mine
(uncredited)
Music by Percy Wenrich
Lyrics by Joseph McCarthy
Performed by Alice Faye
The Dance of the Grizzly Bear
(uncredited)
Music by George Botsford
Lyrics by Irving Berlin
Performed by Jack Oakie, June Havoc, Alice Faye and chorus
King Chanticleer
(uncredited)
Music by Nat Ayer
Played backstage when Johnny mentions the Nob Hill bunch in the crowd
In the Shade of the Old Apple Tree
(uncredited)
Music by Egbert Van Alstyne
Lyrics by Harry Williams
Sung while Bernice and three men are sitting at The Grizzly Bear
Viennese Blood (Wiener Blut, Op. 354)
(uncredited)
Music by Johann Strauss
Played at the Nob Hill party
The Emperor Waltz (Kaiserwalzer, Op. 437)
(uncredited)
Music by Johann Strauss
Played at the Nob Hill party
In My Merry Oldsmobile
(uncredited)
Music by Gus Edwards
Played when Sam shows up at Johnny's office
The Band Played On
(uncredited)
Music by Chas. B. Ward
Played when Sam leaves Johnny's office
Sobre las olas (Over the Waves)
(uncredited)
Music by Juventino Rosas
Played at the Green Mill Rollerdrome
It's Tulip Time in Holland
(uncredited)
Music by Richard A. Whiting
Lyrics by Dave Radford
Performed by Alice Faye and chorus girls
When You Wore a Tulip (and I Wore a Big Red Rose)
(uncredited)
Music by Percy Wenrich
Played when the "Dutch Girls" come out on roller skates
They Always Pick on Me
(uncredited)
Music by Harry von Tilzer
Lyrics by Stanley Murphy
Performed by Alice Faye
The Sidewalks of New York
(uncredited)
Music by Charles Lawlor
Played briefly at the beginning of the "Bedelia" routine
Bedelia
(uncredited)
Music by Jean Schwartz
Lyrics by William Jerome
Performed by Alice Faye and chorus
Has Anybody Here Seen Kelly?
(uncredited)
Music by C.W. Murphy
Lyrics by Will Letters
American lyrics by William J. McKenna
Performed by Alice Faye and Jack Oakie and chorus
By the Light of the Silvery Moon
(uncredited)
Music by Gus Edwards
Lyrics by Edward Madden
Performed by Alice Faye
Gee, But It's Great to Meet a Friend from Your Home Town
(uncredited)
Music by James McGavisk
Lyrics by William Tracey
Performed by Jack Oakie and June Havoc
Aloha Oe
(uncredited)
Music by Queen Liliuokalani
Played when Johnny is hustling the hula show
Strike Up the Band (Here Comes a Sailor)
(uncredited)
Music by Chas. B. Ward
Lyrics by Andrew B. Sterling
Performed by June Havoc and chorus
I've Got a Gal in Every Port
(uncredited)
Music by Charles Henderson
Lyrics by Mack Gordon
Performed by Jack Oakie, June Havoc and chorus
The Sailor's Hornpipe
(uncredited)
Traditional
Played during the "I've Got a Gal in Every Port" routine

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