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©1944 World War II Carolina Blues There Goes That Song Again Souvenir Song Sheet Music
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The picture below shows a larger front and back view of this ©1944 World War II Carolina Blues There Goes That Song Again Souvenir Song Sheet Music. The front cover has an image of a United States Navy Battleship with illustrated women & Sailor Musicians, along with actor and actress faces. This sheet music is ©MCMXLIV (1944) by Skidmore Music, Company, Inc. of Sixth Avenue, New York. The words were by Sammy Cahn, and the music was by Jule Styne. It was published by Shapiro, Bernstein & Company, Inc., ofR.K.O. (Radio City Music Hall) Building of 1270 Sixth Avenue of New York. The back has advertisements for other Shapiro, Bernstein & Company sheet music. There is a small pennant ad on the bow of the ship with a Minuteman to:

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“Band Leader Kay Kyser wants to take a holiday, but his publicist Charlotte has promised that he’ll give a concert for defense plant workers. Due to the fact that his vocalist has quit to get married, the plant owner’s daughter Julie sings instead. But Kay dislikes her idea of joining the band.” - Stephan Eichenberg

The closed (4) page sheet music measures about 9-1/8'' x 12''. It appears to be in fair used condition with wear and wrinkling from use as pictured. The two pages had separated long ago and it was scotch taped together, the tape has dried, and it has separated again.

Below here, for referece, is a cast list from the 1944 Columbia Pictures movie “Carolina Blues”

Kay Kyser - Kay Kyser
Ann Miller - Julie Carver
Victor Moore - Phineas / Elliott / Hiriam / Horatio / Aunt Martha / Aunt Minerva Carver
Jeff Donnell - Charlotte Barton
Howard Freeman - Tom Gordon
Georgia Carroll - Band Singer
M.A. Bogue - Ish Kabibble (as Ish Kabibble)
Harry Babbitt - Band Member
Sully Mason - Band Member
Harold Nicholas - Dance Specialty
The Christianis - Acrobatic Specialty
The Layson Brothers - Specialty
The Four Step Brothers - Tap Dance Specialty Quartette
Kay Kyser Band - Kay Kyser Band (as Kay Kyser’s Band)
Eddie Acuff - Eddie (uncredited)
Elvia Allman - Loud Kyser Fan (uncredited)
Lennie Bluett - Dancer in ‘Mr. Beebe’ (uncredited)
Mildred Boyd - Dancer in ‘Mr. Beebe’ (uncredited)
Anise Boyer - Dancer in ‘Mr. Beebe’ (uncredited)
Marie Bryant - Dancer in ‘Mr. Beebe’ (uncredited)
Ruby Dandridge - Josephine (uncredited)
Kaye Dowd - Kyser Fan (uncredited)
The Four Dreamers - Vocal Specialty (uncredited)
Louise Franklin - Dancer in ‘Mr. Beebe’ (uncredited)
Jesse Graves - Hayride Wagon Driver (uncredited)
Eloise Hardt - Kyser Fan (uncredited)
Avanelle Harris - Dancer in ‘Mr. Beebe’ (uncredited)
Sam Harris - Georgia’s Wedding Escort (uncredited)
Harry Hayden - Mayor Gameleg (uncredited)
Si Jenks - Stonewall (uncredited)
Elmer Jerome - Little Man (uncredited)
Dorothea Kent - Maisie (uncredited)
Charles Marsh - Photographer (uncredited)
Eileen McClory - Kyser Fan (uncredited)
Brian O’Hara - Alfred (uncredited)
Frank Orth - Cab Driver (uncredited)
Pat Parrish - Kyser Fan (uncredited)
Diane Pendleton - Member, Kay Kyser’s Band (uncredited)
Walter Pietila - Tumbler (uncredited)
Bertha Priestley - Fat Kyser Fan (uncredited)
Jack Rice - Jerry (uncredited)
June Richmond - Singer in ‘Mr. Beebe’ number (uncredited)
Al Thompson - Telegram Messenger (uncredited)
John Tyrrell - Stagehand (uncredited)
Doodles Weaver - Skinny (uncredited)
Robert B. Williams - Roland Frisby (uncredited)
Artie Young - Dancer in ‘Mr. Beebe’ (uncredited)

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©1944 World War II Carolina Blues There Goes That Song Again Souvenir Song Sheet Music


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