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This Is the Army (1943) Poster

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It's Your Country and My Country
Written by Irving Berlin
Sung by Gertrude Niesen
My Sweetie
Written by Irving Berlin
Sung and danced by George Murphy
Poor Little Me, I'm on KP
Written by Irving Berlin
Sung by George Tobias
We're on Our Way to France
Written by Irving Berlin
Sung by George Murphy, Chorus
God Bless America
Written by Irving Berlin
Sung by Kate Smith, Chorus
What Does He Look Like
Written by Irving Berlin
Sung by Frances Langford and ensemble
This Is the Army, Mr Jones
Written by Irving Berlin
Sung by Sydney Robin, William Roerick, Henry Jones and Chorus
I'm Getting Tired So I Can Sleep
Written by Irving Berlin
Sung by James Burrell, Chorus
Mandy
Written by Irving Berlin
Danced briefly in the "Yip Yip Yaphank" rehearsal by George Murphy
Sung by Ralph Magelssen and Chorus
Choreographed by lead dancer Fred Kelly, dancing with chorus
The Army's Made a Man Out of Me
Written by Irving Berlin
Sung by Ezra Stone, Julie Oshins, Philip Truex, and Chorus
Ladies of the Chorus
Written by Irving Berlin
Sung by Alan Hale, Chorus
That's What the Well-Dressed Man in Harlem Will Wear
Written by Irving Berlin
Performed by James Cross, unidentified tap partner, and Chorus
with speed bag accompaniment by Joe Louis
How About a Cheer for the Navy
Written by Irving Berlin
Sung by Chorus
I Left My Heart at the Stage Door Canteen
Written by Irving Berlin
Sung by Earl Oxford
With My Head in the Clouds
Written by Irving Berlin
Sung by Robert Shanley, Chorus
American Eagles
Written by Irving Berlin
Sung by Robert Shanley, Chorus
Oh, How I Hate to Get Up in the Morning
Written by Irving Berlin
Sung by Irving Berlin, George Murphy, George Tobias, Charles Butterworth and chorus
This Time
Written by Irving Berlin
Sung by Robert Shanley and Chorus
Alexander's Ragtime Band
Written by Irving Berlin
Danced by George Murphy and chorus
Hostesses of the Stage Door Canteen
Written by Irving Berlin
Performed by Chorus
Good-Bye France
Written by Irving Berlin
Sung by Chorus after the armistice
I Can Always Find a Little Sunshine in the Y.M.C.A.
Written by Irving Berlin
Sung by Chorus at the tavern after the armistice
The Girl I Left Behind Me
Traditional
Played briefly when Johnny makes Eileen close early
Hail to the Chief
(uncredited)
Music by James Sanderson
Played before the Washington performance
The Old Folks at Home
(uncredited)
Music by Stephen Foster
[Part of the tap dancing number.]

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