Vincent Youmans



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Hit The Deck (1955) -- (Movie Clip) A Kiss Or Two First scene and first song for Debbie Reynolds, tune by Vincent Youmans, Leo Robin and Clifford Grey, with sailor Danny (Russ Tamblyn) visiting rehearsal, concerned that his un-worldly sister (Jane Powell, not seen here) is expecting to audition, in MGM’s Hit The Deck, 1955.
Hit The Deck (1955) -- (Movie Clip) Hallelujah! The first number in the MGM/Joe Pasternak version of the Vincent Youmans, Clifford Grey/Leo Robin Broadway musical, Arctic-stationed sailors Russ Tamblyn, Vic Damone and Tony Martin (starting left, center and right) scheming to make a birthday cake for their C-O, in Hit The Deck, 1955.
Hit The Deck (1955) -- (Movie Clip) Keepin' Myself For You Having secured shore leave in San Francisco, sailor Tony Martin drops in backstage and joins his longtime (irritated) gal Ginger (Ann Miller) for a tune by Vincent Youmans and Sidney Clare, a song actually not from the Broadway musical, in MGM producer Joe Pasternak’s Hit The Deck, 1955.
Hit The Deck (1955) -- (Movie Clip) Lucky Bird We’ve just met top-billed Jane Powell as San Franciscan Susan, sister of sailor Danny (Russ Tamblyn), who’s returned from his Arctic tour of duty with a present, song by Vincent Youmans, Leo Robin and Clifford Grey, in the MGM Pasternak-unit musical Hit The Deck, 1955.
Flying Down To Rio (1933) -- (Movie Clip) Music Makes Me Franklin Pangborne can’t wait to fire bandleader Gene Raymond from his Miami gig when he shows up just in time, with accordion player Fred Astaire, for Ginger Rogers’ number by Vincent Youmans, Gus Kahn and Edward Eliscu, Dolores del Rio in the house, early in Flying Down To Rio, 1933.
Tea For Two (1950) -- (Movie Clip) Title Song Jimmy (Gordon MacRae) and Tommy (Gene Nelson) have just introduced heiress Nanette (Doris Day) to the big tune (by Vincent Youmans) from their new show, producer Larry (Billy DeWolfe) drooling, secretary Pauline (Eve Arden) skeptical, in Tea For Two, 1950.