A super catchy song! “Corns For My Country” sung by the Andrews Sisters in HOLLYWOOD CANTEEN (1944).
The lovely Ann Sothern performing “Where’s That Rainbow” in WORDS AND MUSIC (1948).
Too much make up. That’s all I gotta say!
Ray Bolger is awesome!!!
Here’s Virginia O’Brien (my favorite character besides Judy) singing “The Wild, Wild West” in THE HARVEY GIRLS (1946)!
I love this scene! Even if the script was bad, the musical songs and numbers in BLUE SKIES (1946) were really wonderful and memorable. Here’s Bing Crosby singing “All By Myself” with Joan Caulfield.
“Almost Like Being in Love” by Gene Kelly, from Brigadoon (1954)
IN THE GOOD OLD SUMMERTIME (1949)
“Would you like a little help?” It was a cute and kinda short movie, but I really enjoyed it! It has one of the best endings of any of her films I think!
THOUSANDS CHEER (1943)
Judy and Jose Iturbi performing “The Joint is Really Jumpin’ Down at Carnegie Hall” in a way that only they can do it. I cannot believe I haven’t posted this yet. I LOVE IT!
BABES IN ARMS (1939)
Judy blew me away in this film. As far as I’m concerned, it was her best work up until that point (including THE WIZARD OF OZ)! What blasphemy! But just watch her here. The depth of emotion that she’s capable of portraying after so many years of film-making is truly staggering. She’s barely 17 here! What talent.
Judy did it first!
Yes yes Gene Kelly’s version from AN AMERICAN IN PARIS (1951) is totally amazing but Judy owned this song back in 1943. Here’s the awesome final song from GIRL CRAZY (1943), “I Got Rhythm”.