Songs from Movies

Ruth Etting

Ruth Etting (November 23, 1897 – September 24, 1978) was an American singing star and actress of the 1920s and 1930s, who had over sixty hit recordings and worked in stage, radio, and film. She was known as America's Radio Sweetheart, and was the top female vocalist in America for several years, often singing in the 'torch' song style. In 1925, Ruth Etting was discovered by a Columbia record executive in Chicago and was signed to a nation-wide deal. Read more on

Ruth Etting has 14 songs that have been featured in movies like Gift of Gab, King of the Hill, Rambling Rose and Roseland. What is your favorite song by Ruth Etting?


Songs from Ruth Etting

Talking to Myself
Tomorrow, Who Cares?
Nevertheless (I'm in Love with You) (1931)
Whose Honey Are You? (1935)
Dancing with Tears in My Eyes
Body and Soul
I Cried For You (1923)
I Wanna Be Loved (1932)
Still I'm Falling In Love
Now That You're Gone
It All Depends On You
10 Cents A Dance
Button Up Your Overcoat