“Umbriago,” written by Irving Caesar and Jimmy Durante, performed by Mr. Durante in a clip from the 1944 movie Music for Millions. Umbriago is apparently a happy-go-lucky character in Italian folklore.

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  1. Paul Mazzuca Says:

    The word ubriaco is an Italian word for drunk?

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