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Pennies from Heaven
(1936)
Written by Johnny Burke and Arthur Johnston
Published by Intersong Music
Performed by Arthur Tracy
Courtesy of Decca Co. Ltd
Mimed onscreen and Danced by Vernel Bagneris (uncredited)
Later sung by Steve Martin (uncredited)
The Clouds Will Soon Roll By
(1932)
Written by Harry M. Woods (uncredited) and Billy Hill (uncredited)
Performed by Elsie Carlisle with Bert Ambrose and His Orchestra (as Ambrose And His Orchestra)
Courtesy of EMI Records
I'll Never Have to Dream Again
(1932)
Music by Isham Jones (uncredited)
Lyrics by Charles Newman (uncredited)
Performed by Connee Boswell (as Connie Boswell)
Courtesy of CBS Records
Mimed onscreen by Steve Martin (uncredited)
Yes, Yes!
(1931)
Written by Con Conrad (uncredited) and Cliff Friend (uncredited)
Performed by Sam Browne and Carlyle Cousins (as The Carlyle Cousins)
Courtesy of EMI Records
Mimed and Danced onscreen by Steve Martin (uncredited) and Jay Garner (uncredited)
Did You Ever See a Dream Walking?
(1933)
Music by Harry Revel (uncredited)
Lyrics by Mack Gordon (uncredited)
Performed by Bing Crosby
Courtesy of Columbia Records
Mimed onscreen by Steve Martin (uncredited) and Danced by Bernadette Peters (uncredited)
It's the Girl
(1931)
Music by Abel Baer (uncredited)
Lyrics by Dave Oppenheim (uncredited)
Performed by The Boswell Sisters with The Dorsey Brothers Orchestra
Courtesy of MCA Records
Mimed and Danced onscreen by Steve Martin (uncredited), Tommy Rall (uncredited) and Robert Fitch (uncredited)
Love Is Good for Anything That Ails You
(1937)
Written by Cliff Friend (uncredited) and Matty Malneck (uncredited)
Performed by Phyllis Robins (as Phyllis Robbins) with Orlando and His Orchestra
Courtesy of EMI Records
Mimed onscreen and Danced by Bernadette Peters (uncredited) and school children
Let's Put Out the Lights and Go to Sleep
(1932)
Written by Herman Hupfeld (uncredited)
Performed by Rudy Vallee and His Connecticut Yankees
Courtesy of Columbia Records
It's a Sin to Tell a Lie
(1936)
Written by Billy Mayhew (uncredited)
Performed by Dolly Dawn with George Hall and His Orchestra
Courtesy of RCA Records
Mimed onscreen by Jessica Harper (uncredited)
I Want to Be Bad
(1929)
Music by Ray Henderson (uncredited)
Lyrics by Buddy G. DeSylva (uncredited) and Lew Brown (uncredited)
Performed by Helen Kane
Courtesy of RCA Records
Mimed onscreen by Bernadette Peters (uncredited)
Let's Misbehave
(1927)
Written by Cole Porter (uncredited)
Performed by Irving Aaronson and His Commanders
Courtesy of RCA Records
Mimed onscreen and Danced by Christopher Walken (uncredited)
Life Is Just a Bowl of Cherries
(1931)
Music by Ray Henderson (uncredited)
Lyrics by Buddy G. DeSylva (uncredited) and Lew Brown (uncredited)
Performed by Walter S. Harrah (as Walt Harrah), Gene Merlino, Vern Rowe,
Robert Tebow and Al Vescovo
Mimed onscreen by Steve Martin (uncredited), Bernadette Peters (uncredited),
and Jessica Harper (uncredited)
Let's Face the Music and Dance
(1936)
Written by Irving Berlin (uncredited)
Performed by Fred Astaire
Danced by Fred Astaire (uncredited) and Ginger Rogers (uncredited) in a clip from the film Follow the Fleet (1936)
Courtesy of RKO Pictures
Also danced by Steve Martin (uncredited) and Bernadette Peters (uncredited)
The Glory of Love
(1936) (uncredited)
Written by Billy Hill
Sung by Steve Martin, Bernadette Peters, and chorus
Rock of Ages
(1763) (uncredited)
Hymn, lyrics by Augustus Montague Toplady and music by Thomas Hastings
Played offscreen on an accordian and sung by Vernel Bagneris
The Old Rugged Cross
(1912) (uncredited)
Written by George Bennard
Played a bit on accordian and sung by Vernel Bagneris
Singin in the Rain
(1929) (uncredited)
Music by Nacio Herb Brown
Lyrics by Arthur Freed
Sung a bit outside the movie theater by Bernadette Peters
I Get a Kick Out of You
(1934) (uncredited)
Written by Cole Porter
Sung a bit by Steve Martin when he hurts his foot kicking his car

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