The Girl of The Golden West (1938 Film)

The Girl Of The Golden West (1938 Film)

The Girl of the Golden West is a 1938 musical western film. It was adapted from the play of the same name by David Belasco, better known for providing the plot of the opera La fanciulla del West by Giacomo Puccini. A frontier woman falls in love with an outlaw.

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The Girl Of The Golden West (1938 Film) - Soundtrack
... Sun-Up to Sun Down Played during the opening credits Music by Sigmund Romberg Lyrics by Gus Kahn Sung by Jeanne Ellis and the pioneers in the prologue Shadows On The Moon Music by Sigmund Romberg Lyrics by Gus Kahn Sung by Jeanne Ellis at a campfire in the prologue Reprised by Jeanette MacDonald Whistled and hummed by Nelson Eddy Soldiers Of Fortune Music by Sigmund Romberg Lyrics by Gus Kahn Sung by Noah Beery and his men in the prologue, Bill Cody, Jr ... (dubbed by Raymond Chace) in the prologue Reprised by Nelson Eddy and his men The Wind In The Trees Music by Sigmund Romberg Lyrics by Gus Kahn Sung by Jeanette MacDonald Played on a fife by Buddy Ebsen Gwine to Rune All Night (1850) (De Camptown Races) Written by Stephen Foster Played as background music in the saloon Polly Wolly Doodle Composer unknown Played as background music in the saloon Liebestraum (Dream of Love) Music by Franz Liszt Lyrics by Gus Kahn Played on piano by Brandon Tynan Sung by Jeanette MacDonald Ave Maria Music by Charles Gounod Adopted from the First Prelude in The Well-Tempered Clavier By Johann Sebastian Bach Played on an organ by H.B ...

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