Battle Cry (1955) Poster



Soundtrack Credits 

Marine Hymn
Music by Jacques Offenbach from "Geneviève de Brabant"
Lyrics attributed to L.Z. Phillips
Played during the opening credits and at various times throughout the picture
Sung by a chorus at the end
Home on the Range
Music by Daniel E. Kelley
Played on guitar during the train ride to San Diego and at the base
Semper Fidelis
Music by John Philip Sousa
Played during the boot camp graduation ceremony and at the Marines' arrival in New Zealand
Fiddle Dee Dee
Music by Jule Styne
First tune played on the jukebox in McCorkle's bar
Danny Boy
Music from "Londonderry Air" attributed to Rory Dall O'Cahan (17th century)
Played during Danny's phone call home
You Go to My Head
Music by J. Fred Coots
Played on the piano during the restaurant scene
I'll String Along with You
Music by Harry Warren
Played during Andy's visit to the farm and used throughout the picture as Andy and Pat's theme
Silent Night, Holy Night
Music by Franz Gruber
Lyrics by Joseph Mohr
Sung at the Christmas service
Put 'em in a Box, Tie 'em with a Ribbon (and Throw 'em in the Deep Blue Sea)
Music by Jule Styne
Played during the company dance in New Zealand
Wedding March
from "A Midsummer Night's Dream"
Music by Felix Mendelssohn-Bartholdy
Played at the wedding
It's a Great Feeling
Music by Jule Styne
Played when Mac and others go into the bar looking for Ski
Don't Cry Baby
Music by James P. Johnson
Second tune played on the jukebox in McCorkle's bar
I'm in a Jam with Baby
Music by Ray Heindorf and M.K. Jerome
Played on the jukebox when Rae and the girls show up at McCorkle's
Bless 'em All
Written by Fred Godfrey (1917)
Revised lyrics by Jimmy Hughes and Frank Lake (1940)
Additional lyrics by Al Stillman (1941)
Sung by the patrons of the Wellington Canteen
I Guess I'll Have to Change My Plan
Music by Arthur Schwartz
Played at the Wellington Canteen when Andy first meets Pat
Don't Take Your Love from Me
Music by Henry Nemo
Played when Mac returns Marion's book
Can't We Talk It Over?
Music by Victor Young
Played after Joe tells his Guadalcanal story
Music by Max Steiner
Lyrics by Paul Francis Webster
Marching song sung by the soldiers on their way back to camp
Played often in the score

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