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Great! I'll never forget the evening in March 2001 when we popped in unannounced at my mother's place in the Del Prado and the three of us watched "Stalag 17" in which this song is sung (and danced to) by members of the cast. I believe this is one of the first songs Sinatra recorded for Capitol, with a Nelson Riddle arrangement, back in 1953.
August 16, 2009 at 01:59 PM
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