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Everybody Sing (1938)

Boisterous teen Judy Bellaire is expelled from her all-female boarding school for convincing her fellow school chorus members to sing a classical piece with a modern swing beat. She returns to her dysfunctional home, dejected, but, with the encouragement of her family's cook, Judy decides to follow her dream and audition for a Broadway musical.

The movie Everybody Sing, released in 1938, features 16 songs from artists like Fanny Brice and Judy Garland and Fanny Brice. What is your favorite song from Everybody Sing?


Songs from Everybody Sing

London Bridge Is Falling Down
Cosi-Cosa (1935)
Funiculi, Funicula
Swing Low, Sweet Chariot
Academic Festival Overture in C, Opus 80 (1880)
Auld Lang Syne (1788)
Fr?hlingslied (Spring Song) Op.62 #6 (1842)
Swing Mr. Mendelssohn (1937)
The One I Love (1937)
The First Thing in the Morning
Down on Melody Farm (1937)
Quainty, Dainty Me (1937)
Fanny Brice
The Show Must Go On (1937)
Snooks (Why? Because!) (1937)
Judy Garland and Fanny Brice
Ever Since the World Began / Shall I Sing a Melody? (1937)

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