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Take a musical journey through the greatest film scores from the 1930s to the 1950s, including iconic movie soundtracks such as Paul Dukas's Fantasia, and Max Steiner's Gone with the Wind.
On the Waterfront not only featured a classic Oscar-winning turn from Marlon Brando, but it also featured the first and only Leonard Bernstein score that wasn’t adapted from a stage production with songs. Bernstein was nominated for an Academy Award for the score, however he was beaten by Dimitri Tiomkin’s score for The High and the Mighty.
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