We have a winner! Listen to our interview with this year's triumphant film composer, have your say on the top 100 - and see how your local town voted. All at the Movie Music Hall of Fame hub.
Vangelis: Chariots of Fire
Director Hugh Hudson took a great leap of faith when he took on Vangelis to compose a synthesiser-heavy score for this classic film set amid a rivalry between two athletes at the 1924 Olympics.
Maurice Jarre: Lawrence of Arabia
Maurice Jarre's theme for Lawrence of Arabia immediately whisks you off to expanses of sand and blazing heat
Ennio Morricone: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly
The score of The Good, the Bad and the Ugly is chock-full of gunfire, yodelling, and even howling coyotes, but Morricone's punchy music is anything but ugly.
Nino Rota: The Godfather
This monumental crime masterpiece needs a soundtrack to match, and Nino Rota's music certainly packs a punch.
Best Movie Soundtracks - 1960s
Learn more about the films and the music of the legendary 1960s in this gallery including Maurice Jarre's Dr Zhivago and Henry Mancini's Breakfast at Tiffany's.
Best Movie Soundtracks - 1970s
Find out the stories behind some of the greatest movie scores of the 1970s, featuring classic films such as Manhattan and its soundtrack of Gershwin compositions, or Nino Rota's The Godfather.