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- Posted on Jul 14th 2008 11:00AM by James Sullivan
'Put on Your Sunday Clothes,' by Michael Crawford
"Put on your Sunday clothes/There's lots of world out there," sings brassy young Michael Crawford, almost two decades before he became forever known as 'The Phantom of the Opera.' In 'Dolly,' he's trying to convince a fellow clerk that they need to get out of Yonkers into the big city, where they'll paint the town "and won't come home until we've kissed a girl."
Stanton has said he initially intended to use old French hot jazz for the scene but was beaten to the idea by the French animated film 'The Triplets of Belleville.' A second song from 'Dolly,' 'It Only Takes a Moment,' aptly bookends the film's premise that 'WALL-E' just wants some companionship.
Even a robot can't resist a good show tune.
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