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Louis Silvers worked on a variety of projects during his entertainment career. Silvers worked on a variety of projects during his early entertainment career, including "Gold Diggers of Broadway" (1929) starring Nancy Welford, "Noah's Ark" with Dolores Costello (1929) and "Sonny Boy" (1929). He also contributed to "The Barker" (1928), "The Singing Fool" (1928) and "Way Down East" (1921). Silvers won a Music (Scoring) Academy Award for "One Night of Love" in 1934. Silvers was nominated for a Music (Scoring) Academy Award for "In Old Chicago" in 1937 as well as for a Music (Scoring) Academy Award for "Swanee River" in 1939. In the thirties, Silvers devoted his time to various credits, such as "The Poor Little Rich Girl" (1936), "The Prisoner of Shark Island" (1936) starring Warner Baxter and "To Mary - With Love" with Warner Baxter (1936). He also worked on "Under Two Flags" (1936) starring Ronald Colman. Silvers was most recently credited in the Sean Hayes comedic adventure "The Three Stooges" (2012). In the thirties, Silvers lent his talents to projects like "Kentucky Moonshine" (1938). Silvers passed away in March 1954 at the age of 65.

Louis Silvers worked on a variety of projects during his entertainment career. Silvers worked on a variety of projects during his early entertainment career, including "Gold Diggers of Broadway" (1929) starring Nancy Welford, "Noah's Ark" with Dolores Costello (1929) and "Sonny Boy" (1929). He also contributed to "The Barker" (1928), "The Singing Fool" (1928) and "Way Down East" (1921). Silvers won a Music (Scoring) Academy Award for "One Night of Love" in 1934. Silvers was nominated for a Music (Scoring) Academy Award for "In Old Chicago" in 1937 as well as for a Music (Scoring) Academy Award for "Swanee River" in 1939. In the thirties, Silvers devoted his time to various credits, such as "The Poor Little Rich Girl" (1936), "The Prisoner of Shark Island" (1936) starring Warner Baxter and "To Mary - With Love" with Warner Baxter (1936). He also worked on "Under Two Flags" (1936) starring Ronald Colman. Silvers was most recently credited in the Sean Hayes comedic adventure "The Three Stooges" (2012). In the thirties, Silvers lent his talents to projects like "Kentucky Moonshine" (1938). Silvers passed away in March 1954 at the age of 65.

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 Life Happens (2011)
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 Hot Stuff (1979) Gold Thief
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