The title song, composed by Walter Jurmann and Bronislaw Kaper, is sung by the Jeanette MacDonald character a half-dozen times in the film, and becomes in the end an anthem for survivors of the earthquake. It is now a popular sentimental sing-along at public events such as the city's annual earthquake commemoration. Judy Garland popularized another version of the song with additional lyrics.
The movie was successful in receiving only a single Oscar:
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