Edit
Hollywood's Magical Island: Catalina (2003) Poster

Soundtracks

Avalon
(1920)
Written by Buddy G. DeSylva (as De Sylva), Al Jolson (as Jolson), Vincent Rose (as Rose)
Courtesy of Warner Chappell
Performed by Nat 'King' Cole
Courtesy of EMI Capitol Records
Cousteau Full
Composed by Phil Sheeran
Courtesy of PTS Music Group
I Dream of You
(1944)
Music and Lyrics by Marjorie Goetschius (uncredited) and Edna Osser (uncredited)
Performed by Les Brown and His Band of Renown
Courtesy of American Entertainment Treasures
Reprised once
Welcome to the Magic Isle
Composed by Jimmy Reid
Courtesy of JMR Music Group
SF Estrade
Composed by Christopher Lennertz (as Chris Lennertz)
Courtesy of Chris Lennertz Music
Leap Frog
(1941)
Music by Joe Garland
Lyrics by Leo Corday (uncredited)
Courtesy of Universal Music Group Publishing
Performed by Les Brown and His Band of Renown
Courtesy of American Entertainment Treasures
El Toro
Written by Omar Torrez
Guitar acoustic performed by Omar Torrez
Courtesy of Omar Torrez Music
Freedom
Composed by Christopher Lennertz (as Chris Lennertz)
Courtesy of Warner Chappell
Courtesy of Hallmark Entertainment
Spanish Romance
Written by Omar Torrez
Guitar acoustic performed by Omar Torrez
Courtesy of Omar Torrez Music
Reprised twice
Alegrias
Written by Omar Torrez
Guitar acoustic performed by Omar Torrez
Courtesy of Omar Torrez Music
C Major Improvisation
Composed and Performed by Bob Salisbury
Courtesy of Bob Salisbury Music
Taint What You Think
Performed by Les Brown and His Band of Renown
Courtesy of American Entertainment Treasures
Reprised three times
60 Seconds Gone Through
Performed by Les Brown and His Band of Renown
Courtesy of American Entertainment Treasures
Sovereign Blues
Performed by Les Brown and His Band of Renown
Courtesy of American Entertainment Treasures
Reprised three times
Pastime
Composed by Christopher Lennertz (as Chris Lennertz)
Courtesy of Chris Lennertz Music
Sing, Sing, Sing
(1936)
(Onscreen as "Sing, Sing")
Written by Louis Prima
Courtesy of EMI Music Publishing
Performed by Les Brown and His Band of Renown
Courtesy of American Entertainment Treasures
Son of a Son of a Sailor
(1978)
Written by Jimmy Buffett
Courtesy of Coral Reef Music
Performed by Jimmy Buffett
Courtesy of Universal Music Group
Love Love You
Performed by Les Brown and His Band of Renown
Courtesy of American Entertainment Treasures
CBS Live Recording
Performed by Stan Kenton and His Orchestra
Courtesy of David Burke Publishing
26 Miles (Santa Catalina)
(1958)
Written by Glen A. Larson and Bruce Belland
Courtesy of EMI Music Publishing
Performed by The Four Preps
Courtesy of EMI Capitol Records
Need a Little Sugar in My Bowl
Written by Nina Simone
Courtesy of Universal Music Publishing
Performed by Nina Simone
Courtesy of RCA Records
Beezee Has It's Day
Performed by Les Brown and His Band of Renown
Courtesy of American Entertainment Treasures
Family
Composed by Christopher Lennertz (as Chris Lennertz)
Courtesy of Chris Lennertz Music
Reprised once
Island Jumping
Composed by Phil Sheeran
Courtesy of PTS Music Group
CL Tyco
Composed by Christopher Lennertz (as Chris Lennertz)
Courtesy of Chris Lennertz Music
Spotlight Bands
Performed by Les Brown and His Band of Renown
Courtesy of American Entertainment Treasures
Take Me Out to the Ballgame
(1908)
Music by Albert von Tilzer (as Von Tilzer)
Lyrics by Jack Norworth (uncredited)
Courtesy of Sony Music Publishing
Performed by Karen Hammack
Courtesy of Greg Reitman Publishing
Spain
Performed by Les Brown and His Band of Renown
Courtesy of American Entertainment Treasures
Beach It
Composed by Christopher Lennertz (as Chris Lennertz)
Courtesy of Chris Lennertz Music
Waste
Composed by Christopher Lennertz (as Chris Lennertz)
Courtesy of Chris Lennertz Music
Kelp Forests
Composed and performed by James Jacobson
Courtesy of Greg Reitman Publishing
Together Again
Written by Dave Koz and Jeff Koz
Courtesy of Universal Music Publishing
Performed by Jeff Koz and Dave Koz
Courtesy of Capitol Records
Everlasting Dream
Music by David Batteau
Lyrics by David Batteau and Greg Reitman
Courtesy of David Batteau Music and Greg Reitman Music
Performed by David Batteau, Paul Gonzalez, Todd Herzog, Omar Torrez
Vocals by Adrianna Léon
Courtesy of Greg Reitman Publishing
Lovin' In My Baby's Eyes
Written by Taj Mahal
Courtesy of Sony Music Publishing
Performed live at the 1999 Catalina Island Blues Festival
Courtesy of Bob Unvert Productions Inc.
Rooster
Written by 'Roger Connelly'
Performed by 'Roger Connelly' and The Blues Merchant
Courtesy of Lyin' Dog Records
Let in the Sun
Written and Performed by Bill Fox
Courtesy of Ocean Park Music Group
Riddle of Life
Written and Performed by Tony Humecke
Courtesy of Tony Humecke Publishing
Island's Embrace
Written and Performed by Greg Decastro (as Gregory Decastro)
Courtesy of Westwind Productions Inc.
She Heals You
Music by David Batteau
Lyrics by David Batteau and Greg Reitman
Courtesy of David Batteau Music and Greg Reitman Music
Performed by David Batteau, Paul Gonzalez, Todd Herzog, Dave Williams
Vocals by Adrianna Léon
Courtesy of Greg Reitman Music Publishing
Cut from the final print
Can't Find the Blues
Written and Performed by Debbie Davies
Courtesy of Shannan Records
People Will Say We're in Love
(1943) (uncredited)
Music by Richard Rodgers
Lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II
Sung in part as a duet by Frank Sinatra and Bing Crosby from archive footage
It's Love, Love, Love
(1943) (uncredited)
Music by Joan Whitney and Alex Kramer
Lyrics by Mack David
Performed by Les Brown and His Band of Renown and sung offscreen by an unidentifed woman

See also

Trivia | Goofs | Crazy Credits | Quotes | Alternate Versions | Connections

Contribute to This Page