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Mort Shuman

Mort Shuman


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Mort Shuman's musical talents have contributed to a variety of Hollywood productions. Shuman worked on a variety of projects during his early entertainment career, including "Hound Dog Man" with Stuart Whitman (1959), "Jacques Brel Is Alive and Well and Living in Paris" (1974) and "Les Guichets du Louvre" (1974). He also contributed to "Romance of a Horse Thief" (1971), "Rue Haute" (1975) and "Une Femme Fidele" with Sylvia Kristel (1976). In the seventies and the eighties, Shuman's music continued to appear on the silver screen, including in films like the romance "Yotzim Kavua" (1979) with Jonathan Segal, "Tous Vedettes" (1980) and the comedy "Psy" (1981) with Patrick Dewaere. His work was also in "American Pop" (1981) starring Ron Thompson. Shuman's music was also featured in "Shall We Dance?" (1997) with Kôji Yakusho, the crime thriller "The Big Lebowski" (1998) with Jeff Bridges and "The Odd Couple II" (1998). His music was also featured in "Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas" (1998) and "Mad Cows" (1999) with Anna Friel. Shuman's music was most recently used in the action film "Let's Be Cops" (2014) with Jake M. Johnson.

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