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Don Ameche Janet Blair Jack Oakie "Something To Shout About" 1943 Sheet Music Signed Autograph "You'd Be So Nice To Come Home To" Photos

Ameche, Don  Janet Blair Jack Oakie Something To Shout About 1943 Sheet Music Signed Autograph YouD Be So Nice To Come Home To Photos
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Ameche, Don Janet Blair Jack Oakie "Something To Shout About" 1943 Sheet Music Signed Autograph "You'D Be So Nice To Come Home To" Photos
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Ameche, Don  Janet Blair Jack Oakie Something To Shout About 1943 Sheet Music Signed Autograph YouD Be So Nice To Come Home To PhotosAmeche, Don  Janet Blair Jack Oakie Something To Shout About 1943 Sheet Music Signed Autograph YouD Be So Nice To Come Home To PhotosAmeche, Don  Janet Blair Jack Oakie Something To Shout About 1943 Sheet Music Signed Autograph YouD Be So Nice To Come Home To PhotosAmeche, Don  Janet Blair Jack Oakie Something To Shout About 1943 Sheet Music Signed Autograph YouD Be So Nice To Come Home To Photos
"You'd Be So Nice To Come Home To"-1942-Chappell-sheet music. This song is featured in the 1943 Columbia Movie-"Something To Shout About". The movie stars Don Ameche,Janet Blair and Jack Oakie and they are featured on the front cover of the sheet music in an original scene.This backstage musical offers a peek at vaudeville behind-the-scenes. The story centers on a recently divorced woman who decides to use her generous alimony settlement to stage an old fashioned vaudeville show. Unfortunately her chief backer insists on being the star. Fortunately, at the last minute, a very talented person replaces the no-talent backer. Songs include: "I Always Knew," "Hasta Luego," "Lotus Bloom," "Something to Shout About," "Through Thick and Thin." The song "You'd Be So Nice to Come Home To," was nominated for an Academy Award.The sheet music has been autographed on the front cover by Don Ameche with a fountain pen in red,Janet Blair with a fountain pen in blue and Jack Oakie with a fountain pen in black...................BOTH SHEET MUSIC AND AUTOGRAPHS ARE IN VERY GOOD CONDITION.............