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History Music / AlfredNewman

8th Dec '15 8:16:09 PM Mdumas43073
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** ''Wuthering Heights'' (1939)
** John Ford's ''Film/YoungMrLincoln'' (1939)
** ''Beau Geste'' (1939)

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** ''Wuthering Heights'' ''Literature/WutheringHeights'' (1939)
** John Ford's ''Film/YoungMrLincoln'' (1939)
** ''Beau Geste'' ''Literature/BeauGeste'' (1939)



** John Ford's ''Film/DrumsAlongTheMohawk'' (1939)

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** John Ford's ''Film/DrumsAlongTheMohawk'' (1939)



** ''LiteratureTheBlueBird'' (1940)
** Creator/AlfredHitchcock's ''Film/ForeignCorrespondent'' (1940)

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** ''LiteratureTheBlueBird'' ''Theatrs/TheBlueBird'' (1940)
** Creator/AlfredHitchcock's ''Film/ForeignCorrespondent'' (1940)



** Creator/RafaelSabatini's ''The Black Swan'' (1942)

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** Creator/RafaelSabatini's ''The Black Swan'' (1942)



** ''Heaven Can Wait'' (1943)

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** ''Heaven ''[[Film/HeavenCanWait1943 Heaven Can Wait'' Wait]]'' (1943)



** ''{{Film/Wilson}}'' (1944)

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** ''{{Film/Wilson}}'' ''Film/{{Wilson}}'' (1944)



** ''A Tree Grows in Brooklyn'' (1945)

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** ''A Tree Grows in Brooklyn'' ''Literature/ATreeGrowsInBrooklyn'' (1945)



** ''Leave Her to Heaven'' (1945)

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** ''Leave Her to Heaven'' ''Film/LeaveHerToHeaven'' (1945)



** ''The Robe'' (1953)

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** ''The Robe'' ''Film/TheRobe'' (1953)



** ''The Seven Year Itch'' (1955)

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** ''The Seven Year Itch'' ''Film/TheSevenYearItch'' (1955)



** ''The Diary of Anne Frank'' (1959)
** ''How the West Was Won'' (1962)

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** ''The Diary of Anne Frank'' ''Theatre/TheDiaryOfAnneFrank'' (1959)
** ''How the West Was Won'' ''Film/HowTheWestWasWon'' (1962)
8th Dec '15 8:06:45 PM Mdumas43073
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'''Alfred Newman''' (19001970) is the head of a musical dynasty (his younger brothers, Emil and Lionel, were both composers, as are his sons David and Thomas, and his nephew [[Music/RandyNewman Randy]]) and one of the most important and influential composers ever to wield a baton in Hollywood. His important legacy to the film music industry is almost incalculable.

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'''Alfred Newman''' (19001970) is the head of a musical dynasty (his younger brothers, Emil and Lionel, were both composers, as are his sons David and Thomas, and his nephew [[Music/RandyNewman Randy]]) Randy) and one of the most important and influential composers ever to wield a baton in Hollywood. His important legacy to the film music industry is almost incalculable.
8th Dec '15 8:06:00 PM Mdumas43073
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Alfred Newman (1900-1970) is the head of a musical dynasty (his younger brothers, Emil and Lionel, were both composers, as are his sons David and Thomas, and his nephew Randy) and one of the most important and influential composers ever to wield a baton in Hollywood. His important legacy to the film music industry is almost incalculable.

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Alfred Newman (1900-1970) '''Alfred Newman''' (19001970) is the head of a musical dynasty (his younger brothers, Emil and Lionel, were both composers, as are his sons David and Thomas, and his nephew Randy) [[Music/RandyNewman Randy]]) and one of the most important and influential composers ever to wield a baton in Hollywood. His important legacy to the film music industry is almost incalculable.
8th Sep '15 6:59:32 PM jamespolk
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** ''Film/BroadwayMelodyOf1936'' (1935)
16th Jul '15 8:05:56 PM jamespolk
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** ''Wee Willie Winkie'' (1937)

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** ''Wee Willie Winkie'' ''Film/WeeWillieWinkie'' (1937)
31st May '15 6:13:39 PM gallium
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** ''Street Scene'' (1931)
** ''Arrowsmith'' (1931)

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** ''Street Scene'' ''Theatre/StreetScene'' (1931)
** ''Arrowsmith'' ''Film/{{Arrowsmith}}'' (1931)



** ''Rain'' (1932)

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** ''Rain'' ''[[Film/SadieThompson Rain]]'' (1932)



** ''Dodsworth'' (1936)

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** ''Dodsworth'' ''Film/{{Dodsworth}}'' (1936)



** ''Stella Dallas'' (1937)

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** ''Stella Dallas'' ''Film/StellaDallas'' (1937)



** John Ford's ''Young Mr. Lincoln'' (1939)

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** John Ford's ''Young Mr. Lincoln'' ''Film/YoungMrLincoln'' (1939)



** ''TheBlueBird'' (1940)
** Creator/AlfredHitchcock's ''Foreign Correspondent'' (1940)

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** ''TheBlueBird'' ''LiteratureTheBlueBird'' (1940)
** Creator/AlfredHitchcock's ''Foreign Correspondent'' ''Film/ForeignCorrespondent'' (1940)



** ''HowGreenWasMyValley'' (1941)
** ''Ball of Fire'' (1941)

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** ''HowGreenWasMyValley'' ''Film/HowGreenWasMyValley'' (1941)
** ''Ball of Fire'' ''Film/BallOfFire'' (1941)



** ''Gentleman's Agreement'' (1947)

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** ''Gentleman's Agreement'' ''Film/GentlemansAgreement'' (1947)



** ''The Snake Pit'' (1948)
** ''A Letter to Three Wives'' (1949)

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** ''The Snake Pit'' ''Film/TheSnakePit'' (1948)
** ''A Letter to Three Wives'' ''Film/ALetterToThreeWives'' (1949)



** ''Twelve O'Clock High'' (1949)

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** ''Twelve O'Clock High'' ''Film/TwelveOClockHigh'' (1949)



** ''AllAboutEve'' (1950)

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** ''AllAboutEve'' ''Film/AllAboutEve'' (1950)



** ''TheGreatestStoryEverTold'' (1965)

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** ''TheGreatestStoryEverTold'' ''Film/TheGreatestStoryEverTold'' (1965)



** ''Airport'' (1970) -- His last score

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** ''Airport'' ''Film/{{Airport}}'' (1970) -- His last score
19th Feb '15 6:18:30 PM Mdumas43073
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** ''The Snows of Kilimanjaro'' (1952)
27th Jul '14 9:41:32 AM Random888
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** ''[[UsefulNotes/WoodrowWilson Wilson]]'' (1944)

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** ''[[UsefulNotes/WoodrowWilson Wilson]]'' ''{{Film/Wilson}}'' (1944)
17th Apr '14 7:32:17 AM LongLiveHumour
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** ''[[WoodrowWilson Wilson]]'' (1944)

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** ''[[WoodrowWilson ''[[UsefulNotes/WoodrowWilson Wilson]]'' (1944)
8th Mar '14 11:10:24 AM jamespolk
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** John Ford's ''Drums Along the Mohawk'' (1939)

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** John Ford's ''Drums Along the Mohawk'' ''Film/DrumsAlongTheMohawk'' (1939)
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