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Eddie Cantor Joan Davis George Murphy "Show Business" 1944 Sheet Music Signed Autograph "It Had To Be You"

Cantor, Eddie  Joan Davis George Murphy Show Business 1944 Sheet Music  Signed Autograph It Had To Be You
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Cantor, Eddie Joan Davis George Murphy "Show Business" 1944 Sheet Music Signed Autograph "It Had To Be You"
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Cantor, Eddie  Joan Davis George Murphy Show Business 1944 Sheet Music  Signed Autograph It Had To Be YouCantor, Eddie  Joan Davis George Murphy Show Business 1944 Sheet Music  Signed Autograph It Had To Be YouCantor, Eddie  Joan Davis George Murphy Show Business 1944 Sheet Music  Signed Autograph It Had To Be YouCantor, Eddie  Joan Davis George Murphy Show Business 1944 Sheet Music  Signed Autograph It Had To Be YouCantor, Eddie  Joan Davis George Murphy Show Business 1944 Sheet Music  Signed Autograph It Had To Be YouCantor, Eddie  Joan Davis George Murphy Show Business 1944 Sheet Music  Signed Autograph It Had To Be You
"It Had To Be You"-1939-Remick-sheet music. This song is featured in the 1944 RKO Radio Movie-"Show Business". The movie stars Eddie Cantor,Joan Davis and George Murphy and they are featured on the front cover in original scenes.After a year's absence, entertainer Eddie Cantor returned to the screen in the self-produced Show Business. The plot is loosely based on Cantor's own rise to fame, from vaudeville to Broadway. Covering the years 1914 to 1929, the film reflects the changing tastes in entertainment, though Cantor (as in real life) steadfastly remains the same. Co-stars George Murphy and Joan Davis likewise borrow from their own showbiz experience in playing their characters, while Constance Moore, who was still in her playpen when Cantor was at the height of his Ziegfeld Follies fame, provides the standard love interest. Highlights include such Cantor standards as "Curse of an Aching Heart," "Whoopee," and "Dinah," the latter performed in blackface. The best ensemble number is a devastating satire of Grand Opera, with Joan Davis particularly amusing as a Wagnerian soprano. A few excerpts from Show Business were reused as "flashbacks" in the subsequent Cantor-Davis movie If You Knew Susie (1948). This sheet music originally sold for fifty cents. The sheet music has been autographed on the front cover by Eddie Cantor with a fountain pen in blue,George Murphy with a fountain pen in black and Joan Davis with a fountain pen in red.........BOTH SHEET MUSIC AND AUTOGRAPHS ARE IN VERY GOOD CONDITION.........