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The Brothers Warner (2007) Poster

Soundtracks

Me, Myself & I
Written by David Campbell (as David Campbell)
Performed by Ernest S. Llab and Bettie Ross
By Arrangement with DRC Music
Peanuts: A Nutty Rag
Written by Ethel May Earnist
Harlem Strut
Written by James P. Johnson (as James Price Johnson)
Arranged and Performed by David Campbell (as David Campbell)
By Arrangement with DRC Music
Don Juan Clip
By Miriam Cutler, Missprint Publishing, BMI
Warner Bros. Goes to War
By Miriam Cutler, Missprint Publishing, BMI
The Yankee Doodle Boy
(uncredited)
Written by George M. Cohan
Performed by James Cagney and ensemble
From Yankee Doodle Dandy (1942)
Oh! That We Two Were Maying
(uncredited)
Music by Ethelbert Nevin
Lyrics by Charles Kingsley
Played during the dawn of sound segment
Vesti la giubba
(uncredited)
From "Pagliacci"
Written by Ruggero Leoncavallo
Performed by Giovanni Martinelli
From Vesti la giubba (1926)
Blue Skies
(uncredited)
Written by Irving Berlin
Performed by Al Jolson
From The Jazz Singer (1927)
Toot, Toot, Tootsie (Goo' Bye!)
(uncredited)
Written by Dan Russo, Ernie Erdman and Gus Kahn
Performed by Al Jolson
From The Jazz Singer (1927)
Remember My Forgotten Man
(uncredited)
Music by Harry Warren
Lyrics by Al Dubin
Sung by an off-screen chorus
From Gold Diggers of 1933 (1933)
Merrily We Roll Along
(uncredited)
Music by Murray Mencher
Played during the Merrie Melodies title card shot
The Merry-Go-Round Broke Down
(uncredited)
Written by Cliff Friend and Dave Franklin
Played at the end of the cartoon segment
The Stars and Stripes Forever
(uncredited)
Music by John Philip Sousa
Played before Harry Warner addresses the American Legion
America
(uncredited)
aka "My Country 'tis of Thee"
Music from "God Save the King"
Traditional
Variation played during the Pearl harbor footage
For He's a Jolly Good Fellow
(uncredited)
Traditional
Played when Pvt. Snafu is with the female spy
From Spies (1943)
Hollywood Canteen
(uncredited)
Music by Ray Heindorf and M.K. Jerome
Played by the studio orchestra
From Hollywood Canteen (1944)
How About a Cheer for the Navy
(uncredited)
Written by Irving Berlin
Performed by an army chorus
From This Is the Army (1943)
That's What the Well-Dressed Man in Harlem Will Wear
(uncredited)
Written by Irving Berlin
Performed by James Cross and ensemble
From This Is the Army (1943)
Oh, How I Hate to Get Up in the Morning
(uncredited)
Written and performed by Irving Berlin
From This Is the Army (1943)
This Is the Army, Mr Jones
(uncredited)
Written by Irving Berlin
Played by the studio orchestra
From This Is the Army (1943)
Camelot
(uncredited)
Music by Frederick Loewe
Lyrics by Alan Jay Lerner
Performed by a chorus when Jack L. Warner leaves the studio
From Camelot (1967)

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