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Also Known As: David Rose And His Orchestra, Dave Rose Died: August 24, 1990
Born: June 24, 1909 Cause of Death: complications from heart disease
Birth Place: London, England, GB Profession: composer

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Prolific composer of undistinguished music for radio, films and TV. Rose worked mostly on minor films, though he earned an Oscar nomination for "The Wonder Man" (1945). His best known song is "The Stripper", which made it to #1 on the pop music charts in the early 1960s, and his best-known TV theme is the one for "Bonanza". Rose was married to second wife Judy Garland for several years in 1940s.

Prolific composer of undistinguished music for radio, films and TV. Rose worked mostly on minor films, though he earned an Oscar nomination for "The Wonder Man" (1945). His best known song is "The Stripper", which made it to #1 on the pop music charts in the early 1960s, and his best-known TV theme is the one for "Bonanza". Rose was married to second wife Judy Garland for several years in 1940s.

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CAST: (feature film)

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 The Headless Ghost (1959) Ronnie
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1914:
Moved to US at age four (date approximate)
1938:
Hired as musical director of the Mutual Radio Network

Education

Chicago College of Music: Chicago , Illinois -

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wife:
Charlotte Raye. Singer, actor. Divorced in 1941.
wife:
Judy Garland. Actor, singer. Married on July 28, 1941; Garland filed for divorce in June 1944; divorced in 1945.

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