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  1. Akinobei

    Credited as Johnny Williams. s. Year Title Director Notes I Passed for White: How to Steal a Million: William Wyler: The Plainsman: David Lowell Rich: Not with My Wife, You Don't! Norman Panama: Nominated—Academy Award for Best Original Score — For a Motion Picture (Not a Musical) s. Year Title Director Notes
  2. Zolozahn

    William Wyler - William Wyler - Films of the s: Wyler looked to Broadway and Dead End playwright Kingsley for Detective Story (), a generally engaging police-precinct drama that starred Kirk Douglas as an overly violent cop, Eleanor Parker (nominated for an Academy Award as best actress) as his wife, and Lee Grant (nominated as best supporting actress) as a shoplifter.
  3. Dosho

    William Wyler's final film was 's The Liberation of L.B. Jones; despite failing health, Wyler was primed to start work on 40 Carats (), but was advised by his physician not to do so.
  4. Tulrajas

    The music score for Jaws () is one of the most recognizable, iconic, and suspenseful movie scores of all time. When Williams played it for Steven Spielberg for the first time, Spielberg couldn't help but laugh, feeling that it was so simple it could never work. The final version after all uses just two music notes: E and F. But Williams persuaded Spielberg to use it, and after a few tweaks.
  5. Dujora

    A chorus girl loses her job and thus the room she owes back rent on, and ends up being rescued from the street by a dashing rich man. But his family isn't over-accepting of chorus girls joining their family.
  6. Tujinn

    Summary: Johnny Williams is 31 years old and was born on 04/12/ Previously city included Hartsville SC. Sometimes Johnny goes by various nickname including Johnny Reginald Williams. We know that Johnny's political affiliation is unknown; ethnicity is .
  7. Akihn

    Read all about William Wyler with's exclusive biography including their list of awards, celeb facts and more at
  8. Kazizuru

    John Towner Williams (born February 8, ) is an American composer, conductor, and pianist. Widely regarded as one of the greatest American film composers of all time, he has composed some of the most popular, recognizable, and critically acclaimed film scores in cinematic history in a career spanning over six decades. Williams has won 24 Grammy Awards, seven British Academy Film Awards.

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