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©1946 Annie Get Your Gun Movie The Girl That I Marry Song Sheet Music
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©1946 Annie Get Your Gun Movie The Girl That I Marry Song Sheet Music
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The picture below shows larger front and back views of this ©1946 Annie Get Your Gun Movie The Girl That I Marry Song Sheet Music. It isdated ©1946 by Irving Berlin. The cover features a great image of Betty Hutton as Annie Oakley with a wesren or cow girl dress outfit and firing her rifle. This sheet music is for “The Girl That I Marry “, but (5) other Irving Berlin songs are listed on it from the movie including:


The sheet music would look great framed! Closed it measures about 9'' x 12-1/8''. It appears to be in near mint to mint condition as pictured.

Below here, for reference, is a cast list for the 1950 Annie Get Your Gun Movie:

Betty Hutton - Annie Oakley
Howard Keel - Frank Butler
Louis Calhern - Buffalo Bill Cody
J. Carrol Naish - Chief Sitting Bull
Edward Arnold - Pawnee Bill
Keenan Wynn - Charlie Davenport
Benay Venuta - Dolly Tate
Clinton Sundberg - Foster Wilson
Dorothy Abbott - Carriage Woman (uncredited)
Bette Arlen - Carriage Woman (uncredited)
Polly Bailey - Minor Role (uncredited)
Hal Bell - Dancer (uncredited)
Evelyn Beresford - Queen Victoria (uncredited)
Margaret Bert - Bit Role (uncredited)
Norman Borine - Dancer (uncredited)
Tex Brodus - Ball Guest (uncredited)
Eleanor Brown - Minnie Oakley (uncredited)
Archie Butler - Cowboy (uncredited)
George Calliga - Ball Guest (uncredited)
Sue Carlton - Minor Role (uncredited)
Bridget Carr - Carriage Woman (uncredited)
Sue Casey - Cowgirl (uncredited)
André Charlot - French President Emile Loubet (uncredited)
Mae Clarke - Mrs. Adams (uncredited)
Dorinda Clifton - Cowgirl (uncredited)
Diane Dick - Nellie Oakley (uncredited)
Helen Dickson – Sour Faced Wife (uncredited)
Michael Dugan - Cowboy (uncredited)
Phil Dunham - Cynical Man (uncredited)
Edward Earle - Footman (uncredited)
Marietta Elliott - Cowgirl (uncredited)
Herbert Evans - Dignitary with Queen Victoria (uncredited)
Luigi Faccuito - Dancer (uncredited)
Budd Fine - Immigration Officer (uncredited)
Elizabeth Flournoy - Helen (uncredited)
Lee Tung Foo - Chinese Cook on Train (uncredited)
Mary Jane French - Cowgirl (uncredited)
Fred Gilman - Cowboy (uncredited)
Mary Gleason - Cowgirl (uncredited)
A. Cameron Grant - Minor Role (uncredited)
Marion Gray - Ball Guest (uncredited)
William Hall - Tall Cowboy Boarding Boat (uncredited)
John Hamilton - Ship Captain (uncredited)
Sam Harris - Ball Guest (uncredited)
James Harrison - Mac (uncredited)
Dell Henderson - Hotel Guest in Hammock (uncredited)
Carol Henry - Cowboy (uncredited)
Shep Houghton - Party Guest (uncredited)
Tom Humphrey - Indian Warrior (uncredited)
Ed Kilroy - Guest (uncredited)
Helen Kimball - Cowgirl (uncredited)
Judy Landon - Cowgirl (uncredited)
Nolan Leary - Immigration Officer (uncredited)
Meredith Leeds - Cowgirl (uncredited)
Casey MacGregor - Cowboy (uncredited)
Robert Malcolm - Train Conductor (uncredited)
Charles Mauu - Indian Warrior (uncredited)
Edith Mills - Squaw (uncredited)
Rhea Mitchell - Minor Role (uncredited)
Brad Morrow - Little Jake Oakley (uncredited)
Forbes Murray - Ball Guest (uncredited)
John Mylong - Kaiser Wilhelm II (uncredited)
Kerry O’Day - Minor Role (uncredited)
Anne O’Neal - Miss Willoughby (uncredited)
Susan Odin - Jessie Oakley (uncredited)
Rusty Parent - Stagecoach Girl (uncredited)
Nino Pipitone - King Victor Emmanuel (uncredited)
Peter Price - Boy (uncredited)
Charles Regan - Barker (uncredited)
Al Rhein - Barker (uncredited)
Alex Romero - Dancer (uncredited)
Buddy Roosevelt - Minor Role (uncredited)
Carl Sepulveda - Cowboy (uncredited)
Carl Sklover - Bit Role (uncredited)
Dorothy Skyeagle - Mrs. Little Horse (uncredited)
Sandra Spence - Carriage Woman (uncredited)
Shooting Star - Indian Warrior (uncredited)
Larry Steers - Ball Guest (uncredited)
Riley Sunrise - Indian Warrior (uncredited)
William Tannen - Barker (uncredited)
Tony Taylor - Little Boy Holding Poster (uncredited)
Jack Trent - Cowboy (uncredited)
Ellinor Vanderveer - Ball Guest (uncredited)
Jackee Waldron - Minor Role (uncredited)
Alice Wallace

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