Soundtracks (13)

  • Flight of the Bumble Bee
    (1900) (uncredited)
    Music by Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov
    Played during the ticker tape scene
  • Hail! Hail! The Gang's All Here
    (1917) (uncredited)
    Music by Theodore Morse and Arthur Sullivan
    Played when Travis ejects the man from the train seat
  • Du, du liegst mir im Herzen
    (uncredited)
    Traditional German folk song
    Performed by Louise Fazenda
  • Quand Madelon
    (1914) (uncredited)
    Music by Camille Robert
    Lyrics by Louis Bousquet
    Sung by the French soldiers in Paris
  • Heart o' Mine
    (1929) (uncredited)
    Music by Louis Silvers
    Lyrics by Billy Rose
    Sung in the background during the first talking scene
    Played often as the love theme
  • Semper Fidelis
    (1888) (uncredited)
    Music by John Philip Sousa
    Played when the Americans parade through Paris
  • The Invincible Eagle
    (1901) (uncredited)
    Music by John Philip Sousa
    Played when Travis watches Al in the parade and tells Marie he feels ashamed
  • Over There
    (1917) (uncredited)
    Music by George M. Cohan
    Played after Travis joins the parade
  • You're In The Army Now
    (uncredited)
    Music by Isham Jones
    Lyrics by Tell Taylor and Ole Olsen
    Played when Travis is marching and also often in the score
  • What Has Become of Hinky Dinky Parlay Voo?
    (1924) (uncredited)
    Music by Irwin Dash and Jimmy McHugh
    Lyrics by Al Dubin and Irving Mills
    Sung by the American soldiers
  • Where Do We Go from Here
    (1917) (uncredited)
    Music by Percy Wenrich
    Lyrics by Howard Johnson
    Sung by the American soldiers
    Also sung at the end
  • Old Timer
    (1929) (uncredited)
    Music by Louis Silvers
    Lyrics by Billy Rose
    Sung off-screen when Al and Travis meet in the war
  • K-K-K-Katy
    (1918) (uncredited)
    Written by Geoffrey O'Hara
    Played at the theater and sung by the soldiers