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Over the duration of her Hollywood career, Gail Kubik produced music for multiple Hollywood productions. Kubik's music was featured in "C-Man" (1949). Her music was also used in the comedy "Two Gals and a Guy" (1951) with Robert Alda and the Humphrey Bogart crime drama "The Desperate Hours" (1955). Later in her career, Kubik worked on the dramatic adaptation "I Thank a Fool" (1962) with Susan Hayward.

Over the duration of her Hollywood career, Gail Kubik produced music for multiple Hollywood productions. Kubik's music was featured in "C-Man" (1949). Her music was also used in the comedy "Two Gals and a Guy" (1951) with Robert Alda and the Humphrey Bogart crime drama "The Desperate Hours" (1955). Later in her career, Kubik worked on the dramatic adaptation "I Thank a Fool" (1962) with Susan Hayward.

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