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  1. 25. Sept. 2016 · 42K views 7 years ago. Spectacular dance number from the 1951 movie 'Lullaby of Broadway'. Doris Day is at her finest and is ably accompanied by Gene Nelson in this lively routine. ...more ...

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    • MinstrelSurfer { MovieMusicals }
  2. Lullaby of Broadway is a 1951 American musical romantic comedy film released by Warner Bros. starring Doris Day and Gene Nelson, and directed by David Butler. Gladys George , S.Z. Sakall , Billy De Wolfe , Florence Bates , and Anne Triola appear in support.

  3. Doris Day: Melinda Howard. Gene Nelson: Tom Farnham. S. Z. Sakall: Adolph Hubbell. Billy De Wolfe: Lefty Mack. Gladys George: Jessica Howard. Florence Bates: Mrs. Anna Hubbell. Anne Triola: Gloria Davis. Das Wiegenlied vom Broadway (Originaltitel: Lullaby of Broadway) ist ein US-amerikanisches Filmmusical von David Butler aus dem Jahr 1951.

    • Das Wiegenlied vom Broadway
    • Englisch
  4. Lullaby of Broadway: Directed by David Butler. With Doris Day, Gene Nelson, S.Z. Sakall, Billy De Wolfe. A showgirl returns to her New York home to visit her alcoholic mother, where she catches the eye of a Broadway producer.

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    • Comedy, Musical, Romance
    • David Butler
    • 1951-12-26
  5. 1951 erschien bei Warner Brothers ein Doris-Day-Film, der den Titel Das Wiegenlied vom Broadway trägt. Im selben Jahr erreichte der Song einen Platz unter den Top 50 der Cashbox. Von 1959 bis 1960 diente Lullaby of Broadway als Titelsong der US-amerikanischen Fernsehserie Johnny Midnight, in der Edmond O’Brien die Titelrolle ...

  6. 1951 Doris Day recorded the song twice in 1950. The first was with the Norman Luboff Choir and the Buddy Cole Quartet on December 8. This was included in the album Lullaby of Broadway. The second was on December 28, 1950 with Harry James and his orchestra. (Doris Day discography).

  7. 12. Jan. 2018 · From her "Greatest Hits" LPColumbia Records, 1965

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    • Yateveo_Vinyl