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The vocals by Perry Como and Mel Tormé were not permitted to be included on the MGM soundtrack album. Como's record label, RCA Victor, issued a single with his commercial recordings of "The Blue Room" and "With a Song in My Heart." Torme, under contract to Capitol Records, waxed a studio rendition of "Blue Moon."
Richard 'Dick' Rodgers:
That was really black Sunday for me. Shut out twice. Once because I was too young, once because I was too old.
After he is rejected by Joyce Harmon, Richard Rodgers attends a showing of Camille (1936). This event is shown as taking place prior to the Broadway premiere of _A Connecticut Yankee_, even though the film was released in 1936 and the premiere of _A Connecticut Yankee_ took place in 1927. The clip from "Camille" is shown as if the picture were a silent film, when in fact "Camille" was (and is) one of Garbo's most celebrated talking pictures.