Movie: Yankee Doodle Dandy [1942] Movie: Yankee Doodle Dandy [1942]

[a group of soldiers in marching off to fight in World War II, singing Cohan's World War I song, "Over There"]

Sergeant on parade:
What's the matter, old timer? Don't you remember this song?

George M. Cohan:
Seems to me I do.

Sergeant on parade:
Well, I don't hear anything.

[Cohan starts singing along, with tears coming into his eyes]

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