Any Little Girl, That’s a Nice Little Girl, Is the Right Little Girl for Me
Any Little Girl, That’s a Nice Little Girl, Is the Right Little Girl for Me (m. Fred Fisher*, w. Thomas J. Gray) – *The name is spelled as Fischer on the sheet covers. It’s possible that he changed the spelling of his name years after immigrating from Germany.
Fisher was born in Cologne, Germany, and immigrated to the United States in 1900. His first hit was “If the Man In the Moon Were a Coon”, in 1906. The song combined two then-popular song themes, Moon songs and Coon songs. On a number of his songs, he collaborated with Alfred Bryan.
About the song Wikipedia says:
Although largely forgotten today (like many popular songs of the era), a 1911 recording of the song by Billy Murray on Zon-O-Phone Records can be downloaded at several websites, as the recording has entered the public domain. It was also featured in a Max Fleischer “Follow the Bouncing Ball” sing-a-long animated cartoon in the early 1930s.
Walter Van Brunt – 1910
Ada Jones and male chorus. This is probably incomplete as Jones only sings a couple of lines, yet she is evidently the featured vocalist.The chorus sounds like The American Quartet featuring Billy Murray.
Animated short Any Little Girl, That’s a Nice Little Girl (1931), featuring Betty Boop; directed by Dave Fleischer, produced by Max Fleischer