One Sweet Letter From You (1927)
Music by Harry Warren with lyrics by Lew Brown and Sidney Clare.
About a Quarter to Nine (1935)
Music by Harry Warren with lyric by Al Dubin. Introduced by Al Jolson in the film Go Into Your Dance.
A Kiss to Build a Dream On (1935)
Music by Bert Kalmar with lyric by Oscar Hammerstein II. Originally written for the Marx Brothers film A Night at the Opera.
Too Marvelous For Words (1937)
Music by Richard Whiting with lyric Johnny Mercer. Briefly featured in the 1947 film Dark Passage with Humphrey Bogart and Lauren Bacall.
I Won’t Dance (1933)
Music by Jerome Kern with lyric by Dorothy Fields. Introduced by Fred Astaire in the stage musical Roberta.
Night and Day (1932)
Music and lyric by Cole Porter. Introduced by Fred Astaire in the film musical The Gay Divorceé.