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|Document Type:||Sound Recording|
|Music Type:||Motion picture music; Popular music|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
|Notes:||Songs from motion pictures released 1934-1936.
Program notes by Greg Gormick ( p. : ports.)--inserted in container.
|Performer(s):||Shirley Temple, vocals ; with acc.|
|Description:||1 sound disc : digital, mono. ; 4 3/4 in.|
|Contents:||On the good ship Lollipop (with chorus) --
Baby, take a bow (with James Dunn and chorus) --
On account-a I love you (with James Dunn) --
Love's young dream --
Lullaby to a doll --
Animal crackers in my soup --
When I grow up --
Believe me, if all those endearing young charms (with John Boles) --
Song and dance (with Bill Robinson) --
Polly wolly doodle (with Bill Robinson and chorus) --
Early bird --
At the Codfish Ball (with Buddy Ebsen) --
Sextette from Lucia (with Guy Kibbee and Slim Summerville) --
The right somebody to love (with chorus; Guy Kibbee, vocal effects) --
Oh, my goodness --
Buy a bar of Barry's ; When I'm with you (with the Barry's Quartet and Tony Martin; Michael Whalen, dialogue) --
But definitely (with Alice Faye and Jack Haley) --
Peck's theme song --
You've gotta eat your spinach, baby (with Alice Faye and Jack Haley) --
I love a military man (with Alice Faye and Jack Haley) --
Hey! What did the blue jay say? --
He was a dandy (with the Two Black Dots (Jesse Scott and Thurston Black), harmonicas and dancing) --
Picture me without you --
Get on board, little children (with the Hall Johnson Choir) --
Minstrel show introduction ; Dixie-Anna (with the Hall Johnson Choir, studio chorus, and Stepin Fetchit).
|Other Titles:||America's sweetheart
Shirley Temple, America's sweetheart.