Listen Again - Filmhouse Friday

Every Friday, Daniel White takes over the airwaves at the online radio station Incapable Staircase for an hour (and a half this week) of some of the best songs used in films, along with "occasionally interesting bits of information." Catch up with yesterday's show...

Dig out your tuxedo, polish your trumpet [what??! - Ed] and get ready to stand up when it's your turn for the solo as we head into the mists of time with a Special filled with those Swinging Big Band sounds.

Here's this week's playlist, just to get you In the Mood...

In the Mood [Ahahaha, I see what you did there - Ed] - Glenn Miller - Chronicles of Narnia: Voyage of the Dawn Treader
Little Brown Jug - The Royal Air Force Squadronaires - Pearl Harbour
Mr Sandman [not Mr Sandbags] - The Chordettes - Back to the Future
Call Me Irresponsible - Michael Buble [yay, Mickey Bubbles - Ed] - 27 Dresses
James Bond theme - The John Barry Orchestra - Yes it's No
Cheek to Cheek [what happened to social distancing! - Ed] - Fred Astaire - The Green Mile
Puttin on the Ritz [other cheesy crackers are available - Ed] - Fred Astaire - Blue Skies
Fly Me to the Moon - Frank "Elon Musk" Sinatra - Robocop (the 2014 version)
Luck Be a Lady - Frank Sinatra - Begin Again [yes and Guys & Dolls but it was a theatre musical first - Ed]
I've Got You Under My Skin [there's a cream for that - Ed] - Frank Sinatra - What Women Want
Swingin' on a Star (complete with weird lyrics) - Bing Crosby - Hudson Hawke
Mr Bojangles - Whistlin' Robbie Williams - American Movie
Chatanooga Choo Choo - Glenn Miller - Patch Adams
Beyond the Sea - Bobby Darin [Is it Bobby or Darin? - Ed] - Finding Nemo
Mack the Knife - Bobby Darin [No, seriously, is it Bobby or Darin?] - Quiz Show
Don't Sit Under the Apple Tree - The Royal Air Force Squadronaires - Private Buckaroo [you made that up - Ed]
Moonlight Serenade - The Royal Air Force Squadronaires [hopefully this is the last time I have to spell Squadronaires - Ed] - Big
Jumpin at the Woodside [not the Wudeside then? How Wude! - Ed] - Count Basie with his Orchestra - When I First Met
King Porter Stomp - Benny Goodman (Ben to his friends) - Public Enemies (because there was more than one you see)
I Wanna Be Like You - King Robbie Williams and Ollie Murs - The Jungle Book
Minnie the Moocher - Cab Calloway [known as Taxi Calloway in the UK - Ed] - The Blues Brothers
A String of Pearls - Glenn Miller & the Army Air Force Band - Revolutionary Road
Midnight, The Stars and You - Al Bowlly [not to be confused with a Bowling Alley - Ed] & Ray Noble - The Shining
The Party's Over [only it's not quite - Ed] - Nat King Cole - Bells Are Ringing
Avengers Endgame - Al Bundy - yes, you guessed it, the clue is in the title.

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