Stormy Weather (1943)
Screenplay: Frederick Jackson and Ted Koehler
Director: Andrew Stone
Lyrics and Music: various (see song list below)

Rang Tang Tang (Bill Robinson and Cyrill Mockridge; perf. Bill Robinson and Children)

There's No Two Ways About Love (Irving Mills and James P. Johnson; perf. Lena Horne)

Cakewalk: Camptown Races (Stephen Foster) - At a Georgia Camp Meeting (Kerry Mills; perf. ensemble)

Linda Brown (A. Cowans; perf. Bill Robinson and The Tramp Band)

That Ain't Right (Irving Mills and Nat "King" Cole; perf. Ada Brown and Fats Waller)

Ain't Misbehavin' (Andy Razaf, Thomas "Fats" Waller, and Harry Brooks; perf. "Fats" Waller)

Diga Diga Do (Dorothy Fields and Jimmy McHugh; perf. Lena Horne)

African Dance (Clarence Muse and Connie Bemis; perf. Babe Wallace and Bill Robinson)

I Lost My Sugar in Salt Lake City (Leon Rene and Johnny Lange; perf. Mae E. Johnson)

I Can't Give You Anything But Love (Dorothy Fields and Jimmy McHugh; perf. Lena Horne and Bill Robinson)

Geechy Joe (Cab Calloway, Jack Palmer, and Andy Gibson; perf. Cab Calloway)

Stormy Weather (Harold Arlen and Ted Koehler; perf. Lena Horne and Katherine Dunham)

Reprise: There's No Two Ways About Love (perf. Lena Horne and Bill Robinson)

My, My, Ain't That Somethin' (Pinky Tomlin and Harry Tobias) - Jumpin' Jive (Cab Calloway, Jack Palmer, and Frank Froeba; perf. Bill Robinson, Cab Calloway, Nicholas Brothers, ensemble)