Lullaby of Broadway - (Original Trailer)
A star's former servants try to keep her daughter (Doris Day) from learning of her fate in Lullaby of Broadway (1951).
Lullaby Of Broadway (1951) - You're Getting To Be...
Plot details aside, Broadway guy Tom (Gene Nelson) and visiting Melinda (Doris Day) offer Harry Warren and Al Dubin's You're Getting To Be A Habit With Me for a New York social crowd, in Lullaby Of Broadway, 1951.
Lullaby Of Broadway (1951) - A Shanty In Old Shanty Town
Doris Day wondering why her mother hasn't shown up at the New York mansion she supposedly owns, we see her (Gladys George) performing a tune by Jack Little, John Siras and Joe Young in a gin joint, her pal Lefty (Billy De Wolfe) plotting to keep up appearances, in Lullaby Of Broadway, 1951.
Lullaby Of Broadway (1951) - Just One Of Those Things
Opening scene, on a ship from the U.K. to New York, Doris Day in a tux, with the Cole Porter standard, Broadway performer Tom Farnham (Gene Nelson) in her audience, from Lullaby Of Broadway, 1951, featuring Gladys George, Billy De Wolfe and "Cuddles" Sakall.