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My Dream is Yours

   

My Dream is Yours (1949) starring Doris Day, Jack Carson, Lee Bowman, Eve Arden

In My Dream is Yours, an agent discovers a talented singer who’s also a single mom. He tries to make her a radio star, not expecting to fall in love with her.

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Talent agent Doug Blake (Jack Carson) is giving 100% to earn his 10%. He walks away from his arrogant singing star (Lee Bowman) and scrambles to discover another who will shine even brighter. He finds effervescent songstress Martha Gibson. Doris Day plays Martha. Think she has a chance? During the shooting of Day’s first film (Romance on the High Seas), director Michael Curtiz was sure the sparkling newcomer had much more than a chance and set the wheels in motion for My Dream Is Yours. Curtiz dots his film with authentic Hollywood locales (including fabled Schwab’s Pharmacy). And Bugs Bunny himself hops into a dream sequence. Welcome to the Dream Factory. Make it yours.

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Songs in My Dream is Yours

  • Cuttin’ Capers, Music Adapted by Harry Warren, Lyrics by Ralph Blane, Sung by Doris Day
  • Freddie, Get Ready, Music Adapted by Harry Warren, Lyrics by Ralph Blane Sung by Doris Day, Jack Carson and Bugs Bunny (voiced by Mel Blanc)
  • (You May Not Be an Angel, but) I’ll String Along With You, Music by Harry Warren, Lyrics by Al Dubin, Played during the opening credits and later sung by Doris Day
  • Love Finds a Way, Music by Harry Warren, Lyrics by Ralph Blane, Sung by Lee Bowman (dubbed by Hal Derwin) and Doris Day
  • My Dream Is Yours, Music by Harry Warren, Lyrics by Ralph Blane, Sung by Doris Day and Lee Bowman (dubbed by Hal Derwin)
  • Someone Like You, Music by Harry Warren, Lyrics by Ralph Blane, Sung by Doris Day
  • Tic, Tic, Tic, Music by Harry Warren, Lyrics by Ralph Blane, Sung by Doris Day
  • You Must Have Been a Beautiful Baby, Music by Harry Warren, Lyrics by Johnny Mercer, Sung by Doris Day at an audition
  • Nagasaki, Music by Harry Warren, Lyrics by Mort Dixon, Sung by Doris Day
  • Hooray for Hollywood, Music by Richard A. Whiting
  • I Only Have Eyes for You, Music by Harry Warren, Lyrics by Al Dubin, Sung by Dick Powell
  • Jeepers Creepers, Music by Harry Warren, Lyrics by Johnny Mercer
  • With Plenty of Money and You, Music by Harry Warren, Lyrics by Al Dubin, Sung by Doris Day
  • What’s Up, Doc?, Music by Carl W. Stalling
  • Lullaby of Broadway, Music by Harry Warren, Played at Gary’s party
  • The Merry-Go-Round Broke Down, Music by Cliff Friend, Played during the Bugs Bunny sequence

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