You Belong to My Heart (1945) - Watch Online. Directed by Ben K. Blake

Genres Music     Musical     Short    
Director    
Cast    
Country USA, USA
Language English, English
Runtime USA:10 min
Plot Don Baker pumps on the Organ while the Song Spinners sing and the audience is invited to "follow the bouncing ball" and sing-along to the lyrics written on the screen. If the latter did, and most didn't, they joined in on "You've Got Me Where You Want Me", "You Belong to My Heart", "Sentimental Journey", "Sunny Side of the Street" and "Horses Don't Bet on People"...and Audiences Don't Sing Along...except when they shouldn't.... search for You Belong to My Heart on IMDb

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  • You Belong to My Heart (1945) - IMDb

    Directed by Ben K. Blake. With Don Baker. Don Baker pumps on the Organ while the Song Spinners sing and the audience is invited to "follow the bouncing ball" and sing-along to the lyrics written on the screen. If the latter did, ...

    http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0240236/

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    You Belong to My Heart. 10 Min - Short | Music | Musical - 1945-10-18. Play Trailer Buy Now. Don Baker pumps on the Organ while the Song Spinners sing and ...

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