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Something to Remember You By (1930 song)

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"Something to Remember You By" is a song written by Arthur Schwartz and Howard Dietz in 1930.

"Something to Remember You By" was introduced in the musical revue Three's a Crowd which played on Broadway at the Selwyn Theatre, October 15, 1930 to June 6, 1931. Three's a Crowd starred Clifton Webb and Fred Allen and was produced by Max Gordon. It also featured Libby Holman; who introduced Something To Remember You By as well as the Johnny Green and Edward Heyman song Body and Soul. Ms Holmam was the first to record Something To Remember You By in September 1930 on the Brunswick label.

It was recorded by Helen Morgan on 9/12/1930 for Victor (with the B side being Body and Soul). That same year an orchestra version was recorded by Tommy Christian and his Orchestra with vocal by Jack Arthur. Later recordings were made by Vera Lynn, Jo Stafford, Irene Kral, and many others. Bing Crosby recorded the song in 1975 for his album At My Time of Life.

It was featured in the films Alice, Sweet Alice (1976), The Telephone Book (1971), A Safe Place (1971), The Band Wagon (1953), Dancing in the Dark (1949), Her Kind of Man (1946), Mr. Lucky (1943). It was featured on the television show Casablanca (1983).


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