Three Little Words (song)
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The Rhythm Boys, accompanied by the Duke Ellington orchestra, sang it in the 1930 Amos 'n' Andy film Check and Double Check, which Kalmar and Ruby co-wrote along with J. Walter Ruben. The song also figured prominently in the film Three Little Words, a 1950 biopic about Kalmar and Ruby.
The song was also recorded by Django Reinhardt on June 14, 1938.
Al Martino used this song in his Las Vegas and touring shows as an encore and band solo signature tune.
In the mid-1970s the Advertising Council used a fully orchestrated instrumental version of the song in a series of PSAs about seat belt safety; the tag line of these spots was "Seat belts: a nice way to say 'I Love You'."
- Al Hirt, He's the King and His Band Retrieved April 6, 2013.
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