Meet Me in St. Louis (1944)

Screenplay: Irving Brecher and Fred F. Finklehoffe (various uncredited)
Director: Vincente Minnelli
Songs: Hugh Martin and Ralph Blane; Arthur Freed and Nacio Herb Brown; Conrad Salinger and Roger Edens; various turn-of-the-century standards.

Meet Me in St. Louis (by Andrew B. Sterling, 1904; perf. Agnes, Grandpa, Esther and her tennis group)

The Boy Next Door (Martin and Blane; perf. Esther)

Brighten the Corner (Ina Duley Ogdon and Charles H. Gabriel, Jr., 1912; perf. Tootie)

Meet Me in St. Louis (Esther and Rose)

Skip to My Lou (medley of period tunes arr. Martin and Blane; perf. ensemble)

I Was Drunk Last Night (traditional; perf. Tootie)

Under the Bamboo Tree (Bob Cole and J. Rosamond Johnson, 1902; "Cakewalk" perf. Tootie and Esther, accompanied by Rose)

Over the Bannister (Conrad Salinger and Roger Edens; perf. Esther)

The Trolley Song (Martin and Blane; perf. Esther and ensemble)

You and I (Freed and Brown; perf. Alonzo and Anna, with Alonzo dubbed by Arthur Freed)

Christmas Ball medley (instrumental)

Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas (Martin and Blane; perf. Esther)