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Wednesday, June 23, 2004

AFI Announces 100 Greatest Movie Songs

100 Best Film Songs Ever

Other tunes ranged from sublime with Paul Robeson's "Ol' Man River (No. 24) from the 1936 version of "Show Boat" and Garland's "Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas (No. 76) from "Meet Me in St. Louis" to the goofy with "Springtime for Hitler" (No. 80) from Mel Brooks' "The Producers" and Gene Wilder and Peter Boyle's wacky rendition of "Puttin' on the Ritz" (No. 89) from Brooks' "Young Frankenstein." (Emphasis mine.)

I thought Papaw and Dev might enjoy knowing that little bit of information, seeing as they love all things Mel Brooks (except Silent Movie, in Dev's case).


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