My Dream is Yours - (Original Trailer)
A talent scout turns a young unknown into a radio singing star in My Dream is Yours (1949) starring Jack Carson and Doris Day.
My Dream Is Yours -- (Movie Clip) Freddie, Get Ready!
Young Freddie dreaming on Easter-eve, imagines "Uncle Doug" (Jack Carson) and mom Martha (Doris Day), in a cartoon directed by Fritz Freleng, Mel Blanc voicing Bugs and Tweety, song by Harry Warren and Ralph Blane, in Warner Bros.' My Dream Is Yours, 1949.
My Dream Is Yours -- (Movie Clip) Cuttin' Capers
Discouraged agent Doug (Jack Carson) has ventured to New York seeking new talent, into a bar where the regulars spring their promotion scheme for Martha (Doris Day, her first scene), with a tune adapted by Harry Warren and Ralph Blane, in My Dream Is Yours, 1949.
My Dream Is Yours -- (Movie Clip) Tic, Tic, Tic
From one Harry Warren/Ralph Blane tune to another, radio singer Lee Bowman (dubbed by Hal Derwin) with the title song, S.Z. Sakall the sponsor, Doris Day (as "Martha") auditioning, Eve Arden observing, Jack Carson pitching, in Warner Bros.' My Dream Is Yours, 1949.