The Happiest Millionaire

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The Happiest Millionaire is a 1967 musical movie, based upon the true story of Philadelphia millionaire Anthony J. Drexel Biddle. The movie received an Academy Award nomination for Costume Design by Bill Thomas. The musical song score is by Robert and Richard Sherman. The screenplay is by AJ Carothers based on the play that was based on the book My Philadelphia Father by Cordelia Drexel Biddle. This was the last live-action musical comedy movie produced by Walt Disney, who died during its production.

Songs[change | change source]

  1. "Fortuosity"
  2. "What's Wrong with That?"
  3. "Watch Your Footwork"
  4. "When a Man Has a Daughter"
  5. "Strengthen The Dwelling"
  6. "I'll Always Be Irish"
  7. "Bye-Yum Pum Pum"
  8. "Are We Dancing"
  9. "Valentine Candy"
  10. "Detroit"
  11. "I Believe in This Country"
  12. "There Are Those"
  13. "Let's Have A Drink On It"
  14. "It Won't Be Long 'Til Christmas (Let Them Go)" (Roadshow version only)

The songs "Let's Have A Drink On It" and "Fortuosity" are used in the Main Street USA loops at the Disneyland-style parks.