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The Abominable Dr. Phibes (1971) Poster

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Soundtrack Credits 

What Can I Say Dear After I Say I'm Sorry
Music by Walter Donaldson (uncredited)
Courtesy of The Big Three Music Co.
[Played by the clockwork musicians after Dr. Dunwoody death]
Dark Town Strutters Ball
Written by Shelton Brooks (uncredited)
Sung by Paul Frees
Courtesy of The Big Three Music Co.
[Played during the costume party murder scene]
Close Your Eyes
Written by Bernice Petkere (uncredited)
Courtesy of The Big Three Music Co.
[Played on solo violin during Dr. Longstreet's murder scene]
Elmer's Tune
Written by Elmer Albrecht (uncredited), Sammy Gallop (uncredited), and Dick Jurgens (uncredited)
Courtesy of The Big Three Music Co.
[Played by a music box before Dr. Hedgepath's murder scene]
All I Do Is Dream of You
Music by Nacio Herb Brown (uncredited)
Courtesy of The Big Three Music Co.
[Played on violin after Dr. Kitaj's plane crash]
You Stepped Out of a Dream
Music by Nacio Herb Brown (uncredited)
Courtesy of The Big Three Music Co.
[Played during Dr. Phibes' dinner date with Vulnavia]
Charmaine
Written by Lew Pollack (uncredited) and Erno Rapee (uncredited)
Courtesy of The Big Three Music Co.
[Played during Nurse Allen's murder scene]
100 Years from Today
Music by Victor Young (uncredited)
Courtesy of The Big Three Music Co.
[Played while Vulnavia destroys Dr. Phibes' things]
Over the Rainbow
Music by Harold Arlen (uncredited)
Courtesy of The Big Three Music Co.
[Instrumental over the end titles]
One for My Baby and One More for the Road
Music by Harold Arlen (uncredited)
Lyrics by Johnny Mercer (uncredited)
Sung by Scott Peters
[Played while Vulnavia destroys Dr. Phibes' things]
War March of the Priests
(uncredited)
Written by Felix Mendelssohn
Performed by Nicolas Kynaston
Courtesy of EMI Records/Music for Pleasure
[Played by Dr. Phibes on a grand organ during the film's opening]

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