Now's the Time to Fall in Love
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"Now's The Time To Fall In Love" is a song from the Depression era written by Tin Pan Alley tunesmiths, Al Sherman and Al Lewis. The song was made popular by Eddie Cantor on his weekly radio show. The song takes a positive attitude toward the plummeting prices of storebought items in the financially depressed America of the 1930s:
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- The song is referenced in the 1962 Academy Award nominated animated short Disney musical film, A Symposium on Popular Songs during the song, "Although I Dropped $100,000" written by Al Sherman's songwriter sons, Robert & Richard Sherman.
- Sherman, Robert B. Walt's Time: from before to beyond, Santa Clarita: Camphor Tree Publishers, 1998.
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