Is Everybody Happy? (1943 film) Last updated June 23, 2022
1943 film by Charles Barton
(1943) is an American black and white Is Everybody Happy? musical film.
The taglines for the film were: "
18 of the grand songs made famous by the High-Hatted Tragedian of Song'", "A FAST-STEPPING MUSICAL JAMBOREE! ", "GET HAPPY! – Here comes the sweetest show in town! " and "IT'S GAY IN A GREAT BIG WAY! ". Soundtrack Music by Harry Akst Lyrics by Grant Clarke Sung by Nan Wynn Music by Karl Hoschna Lyrics by Otto Harbach Music by Jimmy McHugh Lyrics by Dorothy Fields Written by W. C. Handy Music by Isham Jones Lyrics by Gus Kahn Music by Jean Schwartz Lyrics by William Jerome Music by Turner Layton Lyrics by Henry Creamer Music by Gus Edwards Lyrics by Edward Madden Music by Bill Munro Lyrics by Andrew Sterling and Ted Lewis Music by Joseph E. Howard and Harold Orlob Lyrics by William M. Hough and Frank R. Adams Music by John Schonberger Lyrics by Malvin Schonberger Music by Percy Wenrich Lyrics by Edward Madden Music by Percy Wenrich Lyrics by Stanley Murphy Music by Jack Judge Lyrics by Harry Williams Music by Lee S. Roberts Lyrics by J. Will Callahan Music by Tony Jackson and Egbert Van Alstyne Lyrics by Gus Kahn Music by Eubie Blake Lyrics by Noble Sissle
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