One Hundred Men and a Girl - No composer credit
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Oscar-winning movie soundtracks from history
4. One Hundred Men and a Girl - No composer credit
1938: This is a strange one - there's no official composer credit for this Oscar-winner. Charles Previn (pictured conducting in a different movie entirely), head of the Universal Studio Music Department, is who received the award, but even in a film that stars the great Leopold Stokowski as himself. The soundtrack itself also features a lot of existing classical music (Tchaikovsky, Mozart) etc, recorded by Stokowski.