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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.
George Gershwin's Rhapsody in Blue has often been interpreted as a musical portrait of New York City, so it's perhaps no surprise that Woody Allen used the piece in his own love letter to the Big Apple, Manhattan. In fact the 1979 romantic comedy, starring Diane Keaton and Woody Allen himself, featured an entire soundtrack of Gershwin compositions.
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