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Also Known As: Ronald S. Stein Died: August 15, 1988
Born: April 12, 1930 Cause of Death: pancreatic cancer
Birth Place: St Louis, Missouri, USA Profession: composer, pianist, conductor, filmmaker, teacher

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Film composer since 1955 who specialized in writing scores for A.I.P. hot-rod teen flicks ("Dragstrip Girl", "Reform School Girl" both 1957, "Hot Rod Gang" 1958) as well as Roger Corman thrillers ("Undead", "Not of This Earth" both 1957, "The Premature Burial" 1962, "The Terror 1963). After composing the score for Francis Ford Coppola's "Dementia 13" 1964 and "The Rain People" 1969, Stein wrote for his most commericial project "Getting Straight" 1970. He was also a TV documentary filmmaker and professor of music.

Film composer since 1955 who specialized in writing scores for A.I.P. hot-rod teen flicks ("Dragstrip Girl", "Reform School Girl" both 1957, "Hot Rod Gang" 1958) as well as Roger Corman thrillers ("Undead", "Not of This Earth" both 1957, "The Premature Burial" 1962, "The Terror 1963). After composing the score for Francis Ford Coppola's "Dementia 13" 1964 and "The Rain People" 1969, Stein wrote for his most commericial project "Getting Straight" 1970. He was also a TV documentary filmmaker and professor of music.

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1950:
Employed as assistant music director, St Louis Municipal Opera
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Served in US Army
1955:
Worked as assistant music director at the Greek Theatre, Los Angeles
1955:
Wrote first film score, "Phantom From 10,000 Leagues"
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Taught as professor of music at California State University, Northridge
1964:
Served as associate music director, Phoenix Star Theatre
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Taught at University of Colorado
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Worked as editorial supervisor on TV series "Dateline Yesterday" and as photographer and editor of "National Parks--A Road for the Future" and writer and director on "The Eye of the Mind"
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Education

Washington University: St Louis , Missouri - 1947 - 1951
Yale University: New Haven , Connecticut - 1951 - 1952
University of Southern California: Los Angeles , California - 1960 - 1963

Notes

He was president of the US Educational Films.

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