It's a Big Wide Wonderful World

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"It's A Big, Wide, Wonderful World" is a popular song written by John Rox and published in 1939.

The song first appeared in the 1940 Broadway musical play All In Fun.

Sung by Deanna Durbin in her last film, "For the Love of Mary," in 1948. Cut from the film for its original release, subsequent video versions have restored it.

The version by Buddy Clark reached a peak on the Billboard charts at #25 in 1949.

It was also featured in the film Sweet Bird of Youth.

It was sung by Dean Martin in his 1954 film, 3 Ring Circus.

It was sung by Charlene Dallas in the 1975 comedy "Rancho Deluxe."

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