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TLS ( 2006-05-03 )

Source: The Stars of Hollywood Forever: 1901-2006

b. September 16, 1891 Michigan,
d. March 2, 1950 Los Angeles, CA.
A concert violinist at nine years of age, Schwarzwald became an arranger for Leo Feist and also made special arrangements for Al Jolson and other top singers of the day. He arranged music for stage shows including, ‘Tip Toes’ and ‘The Desert Song.’ He produced more than 100 musical shorts for the screen and was serving as head of Universal International's music department at the time of his death from a heart attack at his desk in his office.

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