Does anyone know all the names of all the songs used in the 1941 film, Penny Serenade?

This is a great film, with some great songs. I'd like to know all the songs that were used in the film.

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  • 9 years ago
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    Soundtracks for

    Penny Serenade (1941) More at IMDbPro »

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    "You Were Meant for Me"

    Music by Nacio Herb Brown

    Lyrics by Arthur Freed

    Played on a record and sung by an unidentified man four times

    Played as background music often

    "The Japanese Sandman"

    Music by Richard A. Whiting

    Lyrics by Ray Egan (as Raymond B. Egan)

    Played as background music

    "Just a Memory"

    Written by Lew Brown, Ray Henderson and Buddy G. DeSylva

    Played on a record

    "The Missouri Waltz"

    Music by John Valentine Eppel

    Lyrics by J.R. Shannon

    Music arranged by Frederick Knight Logan

    "I'm Tickled Pink with a Blue Eyed Baby"

    Music by Pete Wendling

    Lyrics by Charles O'Flynn

    Played and sung at the New Year's Eve party

    "The Moon Was Yellow"

    Music by Fred E. Ahlert

    Lyrics by Edgar Leslie

    Played and sung at the New Year's Eve Party

    "Auld Lang Syne"


    Lyrics by Robert Burns

    Played and sung at the New Year's Eve party

    "Bridal Chorus (Here Comes the Bride)"

    from "Lohengrin"

    Written by Richard Wagner (1850)

    Played during the wedding ceremony

    "The Wedding March"

    Written by Felix Mendelssohn-Bartholdy

    Played after the wedding ceremony


    Music by James P. Johnson

    Lyrics by Cecil Mack (1923)

    Played on a record

    Danced to by Irene Dunne

    "My Blue Heaven"

    Music by Walter Donaldson

    Lyrics by George Whiting

    Played on a record and as background music

    "Happy Birthday to You"

    Written by Mildred J. Hill and Patty S. Hill

    Sung by Eva Lee Kuney, Cary Grant and Edgar Buchanan

    "Silent Night, Holy Night"

    Music by Franz Gruber

    Lyrics by Joseph Mohr

    English lyrics anonymous

    Played at the Christmas play and sung by the children

    Reprised at a second Christmas play

    "Poor Butterfly"

    Music by Raymond Hubbell

    Lyrics by John Golden

    Played as background music

    "These Foolish Things (Remind Me Of You)"

    Music by Harry Link

    Lyrics by Eric Maschwitz (as Holt Marvell) and Jack Strachey

    Played as background music

    "Three O'Clock in the Morning"

    Music by Julián Robledo

    Lyrics by Dolly Morse

    Played as background music

    "Ain't We Got Fun?"

    Music by Richard A. Whiting

    Lyrics by Ray Egan (as Raymond B. Egan) and Gus Kahn

    Played as background music

    "The Prisoner's Song"

    Written by Guy Massey (1924)

    Played as background music

    Source(s): IMDb
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  • hansen
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    3 years ago

    LOOOOOOOOTTTTTT! a million. Never. However, if anyone quite thinks they have got a few severe pipes and will belt out a quantity, I'm all ears. There's a primary for the whole lot. two. <pleads the fifth> three. That's like over one hundred songs, YIKES! Besides, you quite do not wish to listen to my making a song nor witness my dancing. Some matters are simply an unfair attack at the senses.

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