Just One Girl - Gordon MacRae - By The Light Of The Silvery Moon (Vinyl, Album)

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  • Gordon MacRae. Gordon MacRae (March 12, – January 24, ) was an American actor and singer, best known for his appearances in the film versions of two Rodgers and Hammerstein musicals, Oklahoma! () and Carousel () and films with Doris Day like Starlift. more».
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  • Jan 14,  · Scooby Doo: Theme Song, By the light of the silvery moon, I can be scared with you.
  • This Songs from by the Light of the Silvery Moon album was released in and featured titles like Your Eyes Have Told Me So, By the Light of the Silvery Moon and There's a Lull in My Life [From Wake Up and Leave] from June Hutton and Gordon MacRae.
  • June was just a delightful singer, but there's not much of her recorded output available on CD. All three of her '50s solo hits- Say You're Mine Again; No Stone Unturned, and For the First Time (in a Long Time) -are here with eight songs she recorded for the By the Light of the Silvery Moon soundtrack with Gordon MacRae and more, 27 songs in all!
  • The film musical By the Light of the Silvery Moon starred Gordon MacRae and Doris Day, but MacRae was contracted as a recording artist to Capitol Records, while Day recorded exclusively for Columbia, making a soundtrack album impossible. Instead, each singer made an album of the movie's songs swarfesconsdenniponepubhetabise.xyzinfo: $
  • Day and MacRae -- a popular screen team who had already co-starred four times -- play young sweethearts in Indiana who plan to get married once MacRae is financially stable. By the Light of the Silvery Moon is one of the only films, in fact, in which Doris Day literally plays the girl next door.
  • Oddly enough, after recording five consecutive tie-in albums for her Warner Bros. movie musicals on Columbia Records in , each of which hit the Top Five with two going to number one, Doris Day did not cut a record of songs from her movie April in Paris. But she returned to the practice in with By the Light of the Silvery Moon, the sequel to On Moonlight Bay, which was set.
  • Act one, be - gun. Dialogue: "Where would you like to spoon?" My cue: "With you, underneath the silvery moon. By the light of the silvery moon, I want to spoon, to my honey I’ll croon love’s tune. Honey-moon, keep a shinin’ in June. Your silvery beams will bring love’s dreams, We’ll be cuddlin’ soon, by the silvery moon.

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