Song selection "Says my Heart" from the movie Cocoanut Grove .Starring Fred MacMurray and Harriet Hilliard. words by Frank Loesser, and music by Burton Lane. 1938. Cover in good condition, small bend across top and a handwritten name in the upper left. All music intact.
From the 1946 Rogers and Hammerstein production Annie get your gun. Starring Ethel Merman. Music and Lyrics by Irving Berlin. Very good condition.
Sheet music from the 1946 movie "The strange love of Martha Ivers".Cover photos of starring actors from the movie. Barbara Stanwick, Kirk Douglas,Van Heflin, and Lizabeth Scott. Words by Edward Heyman and music by Miklos Roza. Good condition, a few places of slight edge damage.
Great sheet music from the movie Naughty Marietta by Victor Herbert 1921. Great cover with picture of Jeanete MacDonald and Nelson Eddie. No rips, tears, stains or writing!! Just great.
Cover features photos of stars this song was famous in. Famous in 5 major productions.Feature photos of all 5 stars from each movie. Al Jolson in Big Boy, Eddie Cantor in Kid boots, Willie Howard in Sky High, Jay C. Flippen in June Days, and Jack Rose in Passing Show.Very good condition other than an old yellow tape repair on lower left.
Music from the new Zigfiels follies 1933. Introduced by George Olsen and sung by Joe Morrison. Cover art by Wohlman. Music by Billy Hill. Old west cover with photo insets. This has an NRA member logo on the bottom. Music and cover intact. Very good condition.
from George Jessel's Troubles of 1922. Starring the Courtney sisters and 25 other trouble makers! Photos of the Courtney sisters and Mr. Jessel on the cover. Music by Walter Hirsch George Jessel and Jesse Greer. Very good condition. A small penciled price on the cover is the only flaw. Cover artist Wohlman.
Wow, what a neat piece of western sheet music! From 1944 song, sung by Bing Crosby and the Andrews sisters, Music by Larry Markes, Dick Charles, and Eddie Lange. Cover photo of Bing Crosby and the Andrews Sisters dressed in cowboy/ western attire. Fantastic condition!!
Great 1945 sheet music selection from the movie San Antonio, starring Errol Flynn and Alexis Smith. Photo of Errol Flynn and Alexis Smith dancing. Music by M.K. Jerome and Ray Heindorf. Lyric by Ted Koehler. Great condition.
This selection from the movie Dixie, starring Bing Crosby and Dorothy Lamour. Cover features the stars and various movie scenes. Americana design. Good condition other than bends and wear on the corners. Some handwritten notes inside music.Music by Jimmy Van Heusen, and lyrics by Johnny Burke.
Music selectiom from the movie hit, Three little girls in blue. starring June Haver,George Montgomery, Vivian Blaine,Celeste Holm, Vera Ellen and more. Photos of the mentioned stars. Music by Josef Myrow, and lyrics by Mack Gordon.Music in very good condition.
From Bong Crosbys hit movie, going my way. 1944. Photo cover of Bing Crosby. Music by Jimmy Van Heusen and lyrics by Johnny Burke. Good condition, all intact.
Grand cover picture of a very young Judy Garland in the movie Meet me in St. Louis. Words and music by Hugh Martin and Ralph Blaine. Very nice condition.
from the 1945 hit movie The Bells of St. Marys, starring (cover photo) Bing Crosby. also starring Ingrid Bergman (not pictured). Nice condition.
From the 1946 western canyon passage. cover photos of movie stars Susan Hayworth, Brian Donlevy and others. Music & lyrics by Hoagy Charmichael, and Jack brooks. good condition other than a previous owners handwritten name.
From the 1952 movie "The road to Morrocco" starring Bob Hope, Dorothy Lamour, and Bing Crosby. Cover photo of the famous trio.Music by Jimmy Van Heusen, and lyrics by Johnny Burke. Excellent condition.
From the 1942 movie, The Forest Rangers, Forest fire background and an inset picture of Fred MacMurray and Paulette Goddard. Very good condition. There is a signature on the cover that is barely noticeable. Music by Joseph J. Lilley and words by Frank Loesser.
From the old 1945 western movie, San Antonio, starring Errol Flynn and Alexis Smith (cover photo). Lyrics by Ted Koehler and music by M.K. Jerome and Ray Heindorf. Great condition.