History Music / MiklosRozsa

30th Aug '15 6:38:54 AM gallium
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* ''Adam's Rib'' (1949) -- A Spencer Tracy and Creator/KatharineHepburn comedy
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* ''Adam's Rib'' ''Film/AdamsRib'' (1949) -- A Spencer Tracy Creator/SpencerTracy and Creator/KatharineHepburn comedy
21st May '15 2:22:22 PM Morgenthaler
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21st May '15 2:21:07 PM Morgenthaler
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* ''DoubleIndemnity'' (1944)
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* ''DoubleIndemnity'' ''Film/DoubleIndemnity'' (1944)

* ''TheLostWeekend'' (1945)
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* ''TheLostWeekend'' ''Film/TheLostWeekend'' (1945)
5th Dec '14 3:03:50 AM Patachou
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Rózsa's scoring was marked by five distinct "periods": The first, Rózsa called the "oriental" period, with films featuring exotic locations (e.g. ''Film/TheThiefOfBagdad'', ''The Four Feathers'', and ''The Jungle Book''); the second featured his "psychological" portraits (e.g., ''Lost Weekend'', ''The Red House'', and the Oscar-winning score for ''{{Spellbound}}''); the third was his "film noir" period (e.g., ''DoubleIndemnity'' and his Oscar-winning score for ''A Double Life''); the fourth was his Historico-Biblical Period (e.g., ''Madame Bovary'', ''QuoVadis'', ''Film/ElCid'', ''Lust for Life'' (a BioPic of Vincent van Gogh), and his Oscar-winning score for ''Film/BenHur''); and the fifth was his sci-fi phase (e.g., ''The Power'' (notable for its use of the Hungarian cembalo) and ''Time After Time''). When Rózsa turned 80, he was given a touching tribute by colleagues and friends; even world leaders such as Ronald Reagan, Margaret Thatcher and the Pope sent him congratulations. Los Angeles Mayor Tom Bradley dubbed the composer's birthday, April 18, 1987, "Miklós Rózsa Day."
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Rózsa's scoring was marked by five distinct "periods": The first, Rózsa called the "oriental" period, with films featuring exotic locations (e.g. ''Film/TheThiefOfBagdad'', ''The Four Feathers'', and ''The Jungle Book''); the second featured his "psychological" portraits (e.g., ''Lost Weekend'', ''The Red House'', and the Oscar-winning score for ''{{Spellbound}}''); ''Film/{{Spellbound}}''); the third was his "film noir" period (e.g., ''DoubleIndemnity'' ''Film/DoubleIndemnity'' and his Oscar-winning score for ''A Double Life''); the fourth was his Historico-Biblical Period (e.g., ''Madame Bovary'', ''QuoVadis'', ''Film/ElCid'', ''Lust for Life'' (a BioPic of Vincent van Gogh), and his Oscar-winning score for ''Film/BenHur''); and the fifth was his sci-fi phase (e.g., ''The Power'' (notable for its use of the Hungarian cembalo) and ''Time After Time''). When Rózsa turned 80, he was given a touching tribute by colleagues and friends; even world leaders such as Ronald Reagan, Margaret Thatcher UsefulNotes/RonaldReagan, UsefulNotes/MargaretThatcher and the Pope sent him congratulations. Los Angeles Mayor Tom Bradley dubbed the composer's birthday, April 18, 1987, "Miklós Rózsa Day."

* ''The Divorce of Lady X'' (1938) -- A comedy starring LaurenceOlivier and Merle Oberon
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* ''The Divorce of Lady X'' (1938) -- A comedy starring LaurenceOlivier Creator/LaurenceOlivier and Merle Oberon

* Creator/AlfredHitchcock's ''{{Spellbound}}'' (1945)
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* Creator/AlfredHitchcock's ''{{Spellbound}}'' ''Film/{{Spellbound}}'' (1945)

* ''TheGoldenVoyageOfSinbad'' (1974) * ''Time After Time'' (1979) -- A ScienceFiction {{Fantasy}} featuring Creator/HGWells' Time-Machine and JackTheRipper
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* ''TheGoldenVoyageOfSinbad'' ''Film/TheGoldenVoyageOfSinbad'' (1974) * ''Time After Time'' (1979) -- A ScienceFiction {{Fantasy}} featuring Creator/HGWells' Time-Machine and JackTheRipperUsefulNotes/JackTheRipper
18th Nov '14 2:24:29 AM Patachou
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* ''QuoVadis?'' (1951) (as Miklós Rózsa)
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* ''QuoVadis?'' ''Film/QuoVadis?'' (1951) (as Miklós Rózsa)

* ''The King's Thief'' (1955) -- A plodding {{swashbuckler}} distinguished only by the score, George Sanders' second appearance as CharlesII, and the fact that David Niven appears as the ''villain''
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* ''The King's Thief'' (1955) -- A plodding {{swashbuckler}} distinguished only by the score, George Sanders' second appearance as CharlesII, UsefulNotes/CharlesII, and the fact that David Niven appears as the ''villain''
30th Aug '14 3:59:33 PM Quag15
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29th Apr '14 11:26:55 AM LongLiveHumour
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* ''Time After Time'' (1979) -- A ScienceFiction {{Fantasy}} featuring HGWells' Time-Machine and JackTheRipper
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* ''Time After Time'' (1979) -- A ScienceFiction {{Fantasy}} featuring HGWells' Creator/HGWells' Time-Machine and JackTheRipper
20th Feb '14 4:58:47 PM XFllo
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* ''[[MrsMiniver The Miniver Story]]'' (1950)
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* ''[[MrsMiniver The ''The Miniver Story]]'' Story'' (1950)
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