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Always Leave Them Laughing
(1949) (uncredited)
Written by Sammy Cahn and Milton Berle
Sung during the opening credits and first scene by Lynn Davis, Lorraine Crawford,
Flo Farmer, Mary Castle, Alice Wallace and Nita Talbot
Reprised by them with Milton Berle at the end
Variations in the score throughout
How Many Hearts Have You Broken (with Those Great Big Beautiful Eyes)
(1943) (uncredited)
Music by Al Kaufman
Lyrics by Marty Symes
Performed by Milton Berle at the Asbury Park Hotel
You're Getting to Be a Habit with Me
(1932) (uncredited)
Music by Harry Warren
Played briefly by the band at the Asbury Park Hotel and danced by Iris Adrian and Ruth Roman
This Is Not Goodbye
(1949) (uncredited)
Written by Sammy Cahn
Played by the band at the Asbury Park Hotel and sung by Iris Adrian, Ruth Roman,
Milton Berle and Iphigenie Castiglioni, with Duke Johnson juggling bowling pins
Miss Otis Regrets
(1934) (uncredited)
Written by Cole Porter
Played on piano and sung by Milton Berle
Carolina in the Morning
(1922) (uncredited)
Music by Walter Donaldson
Lyrics by Gus Kahn
Hummed by Alan Hale and danced by him, Grace Hayes, Ruth Roman and Milton Berle
Embraceable You
(1930) (uncredited)
Music by George Gershwin
Played on a phonograph
I Got Rhythm
(1930) (uncredited)
Music by George Gershwin
Played on piano and danced by Ruth Roman and Milton Berle
I Wonder What's Become of Sally
(1924) (uncredited)
Music by Milton Ager
Lyrics by Jack Yellen
Played at the Canal Street Boys Club, sung by Eddie Parks and danced by Arabella
You Must Have Been a Beautiful Baby
(1938) (uncredited)
Music by Harry Warren
Lyrics by Johnny Mercer
Played at the Canal Street Boys Club; sung and danced by Milton Berle
Swanee
(1919) (uncredited)
Music by George Gershwin
Played at the Canal Street Boys Club while Kip puts his blackface on
April Showers
(1921) (uncredited)
Music by Louis Silvers
Lyrics by Buddy G. DeSylva
Played at the Canal Street Boys Club and sung by Milton Berle
Give Me a Tam-Tam-Tamborine
(1949) (uncredited)
Written by Sammy Cahn
Sung by the ensemble in "The Mountain Prince" show
Say Farewell
(1949) (uncredited)
Written by Sammy Cahn
Sung by the ensemble in "The Mountain Prince" show, including William Reeves and Jeanne Determann
Clink Your Glasses
(1949) (uncredited)
Written by Sammy Cahn
Sung by the ensemble in "The Mountain Prince" show, including The Moroccans
The Wonder of It All
(1949) (uncredited)
Written by Sammy Cahn
Sung by the ensemble in "The Wonder of It All" show
Sobre las olas (Over the Waves)
(1887) (uncredited)
Music by Juventino Rosas
Played in "The Wonder of It All" show during the "Fountain Pen Sketch"
Auld Lang Syne
(uncredited)
Traditional Scottish 17th century music
In the score when Eddie reminisces about comics who are gone
You're Too Intense
(1949) (uncredited)
Written by Sammy Cahn and Milton Berle
Performed by Milton Berle and Virginia Mayo in "The Wonder of It All" show
By the Light of the Silvery Moon
(1909) (uncredited)
Music by Gus Edwards
Lyrics by Edward Madden
Sung and danced by Milton Berle and Bert Lahr
Bridal Chorus
(1850) (uncredited)
aka "Here Comes the Bride"
from "Lohengrin"
Music by Richard Wagner
Played near the end
Brothers
(1949) (uncredited)
Written by Sammy Cahn
Written for the movie but not heard
May We Say Hello
(1949) (uncredited)
Written by Sammy Cahn
Written for the movie but not heard
Frühlingsstimmen, Op. 410 (Voices of Spring)
(uncredited)
Music by Johann Strauß
Played by the band and sung by Madame Rosée
Chinatown, My Chinatown
(uncredited)
Music by Jean Schwartz
Played during the plate spinning bit
Your Eyes Have Told Me So
(uncredited)
Music by Walter Blaufuss
Lyrics by Gus Kahn and Egbert Van Alstyne
Sung by the ensemble in "The Mountain Prince" show, including William Reeves, Jeanne Determann and Milton Berle
L'amour, toujours, l'amour
(uncredited)
Music by Rudolf Friml
Played when Kit appears from behind the door in "The Wonder of It All" in Boston
Valse des rayons
(uncredited)
From "Le papillon"
Music by Jacques Offenbach
Played when Nancy chases Kip during the "You're Too Intense" number

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