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Romance on the High Seas [1948 film] by Busby Berkeley01
My Dream Is Yours [1949 film] by Michael Curtiz02
It's a Great Feeling [1949 film] by David Butler03
Young Man with a Horn [1950 film] by Michael Curtiz04
Tea For Two [1950 film] by David Butler05
The West Point Story [1950 film] by Roy Del Ruth06
Lullaby of Broadway [1951 film] by David Butler08
On Moonlight Bay [1951 film] by Roy Del Ruth08
I'll See You In My Dreams [1951 film] by Michael Curtiz10
Starlift [1951 film] by Roy Del Ruth11
The Winning Team [1952 Videorecording] by Lewis Seiler12
April In Paris [1952 film] by David Butler13
By the Light of the Silvery Moon [1952 film] by David Butler14
Calamity Jane [1953 film] by David Butler15
Lucky Me [1954 film] by Jack Donohue16
Young at Heart [1954 film] by Gordon Douglas17
Love Me or Leave Me [1955 film] by Charles Vidor18
Julie [1956 film] by Andrew L. Stone20
The Pajama Game [1957 film] by George Abbott21
Tunnel of Love [1958 film] by Gene Kelly22
Teacher's Pet [1958 film] by George Seaton23
It Happened to Jane [1959 film] by Richard Quine24
Pillow Talk [1959 film] by Michael Gordon25
Please Don't Eat the Daisies [1960 film] by Charles Walters26
Midnight Lace [1960 film] by David Miller27
Lover Come Back [1961 film] by Delbert Mann28
That Touch of Mink [1962 film] by Delbert Mann29
Billy Rose's Jumbo [1962 film] by Charles Walters30
The Thrill Of It All [1963 film] by Norman Jewison31
Move Over, Darling [1963 film] by Michael Gordon32
Send Me No Flowers [1964 film] by Norman Jewison33
Do Not Disturb [1965 film] by Ralph Levy34
The Glass Bottom Boat [1966 film] by Frank Tashlin35
Caprice [1967 film] by Frank Tashlin36
The Ballad of Josie [1967 film] by Andrew V. McLaglen37
Where Were You When the Lights Went Out [1968 film] by Hy Averback38
With Six You Get Eggroll [1968 film] by Howard Morris39

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