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Ross DiMaggio

Ross DiMaggio


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Music (feature film)

The Wild Westerners (1962) as Mus cond
Calypso Heat Wave (1957) as Music Supervisor
New management drives off a record label''''s biggest star.
The Man Who Turned to Stone (1957) as Mus cond
Mad scientists steal the life force from reform school girls.
Utah Blaine (1957) as Mus cond
The Night the World Exploded (1957) as Mus cond
A seismologist discovers a new element that could destroy the world.
Don't Knock the Rock (1957) as Music
A disc jockey fights prejudice against rock ''''n'''' roll and the kids who dance to it.
The Gun That Won the West (1955) as Mus cond
A cavalry attempts to establish a chain of forts in the Sioux Indian territory while simultaneously avoiding a war.
Chicago Syndicate (1955) as Mus cond
An accountant single-handedly tries to take down a powerful mobster.
Charge of the Lancers (1954) as Music Director
A soldier masquerades as a gypsy to rescue his best friend from the enemy.
Drive a Crooked Road (1954) as Music Director
A mechanic gets caught up with the mob when he falls for a gangster's girlfriend.
Last of the Pony Riders (1953) as Music Director
Ex-Pony Express rider Autry ties to protect his US mail franchise as the Pony Express gives way to stage coach mail and the telegraph. Gene's last film appearance as a singing cowboy.
Ambush at Tomahawk Gap (1953) as Music Director
Ex-cons searching for buried loot are interrupted by an Indian attack.
The Last Posse (1953) as Music Director
Flashbacks reveal how a posse after stolen money returned empty handed.
Fort Ti (1953) as Music Director
The Nebraskan (1953) as Music Director
A frontier scout tries to make peace between settlers and the Sioux.
Man in the Dark (1953) as Music Director
After experimental brain surgery, a crook tries to reconstruct the memories of his criminal past.
Winning of the West (1953) as Music Director
Territorial Ranger Gene Autry (Gene Autry) is ordered to protect crusading publisher John Randolph (William Fawcett) and his printer Smiley Burnette (Smiley Burnette) from Art Selbey (Robert Livingston) and Clint Raybold (Gregg Barton), who are using Indian raids as a cover-up for their activities. Randolph is killed by Gene's outlaw brother, using the name of Jack Austin (Richard Crane), who is working for Selby. Believing Gene responsible for her father's death, Ann Randolph (Gail Davis), gets a warrant issued for his arrest. Gene convinces Marshal Hackett (House Peters, Jr.) of his innocence and that he can deliver the real killers, and persuades his mis-led brother Jack to help him capture Selby.
Sky Commando (1953) as Music Director
A tough flight commander risks his life to spy on the enemy.
China Venture (1953) as Music Director
Allied soldiers race to rescue a Japanese admiral held by Chinese warlords.
A Yank in Indo-China (1952) as Music Director
Indian Uprising (1952) as Music Director
It's 1885 in Arizona and an Army Captain has dispersed his troops to keep the whites off of Government land thereby keeping the peace with the Apaches. But there are those in Tucson that want the miners back looking for gold and they put pressure on officials in Washington. Soon a new commander arrives, the troops are recalled, and the miners go after gold. Whites then kill a miner with an arrow so they can attack the Indians hoping the troops wipe them out when they retaliate.
Snake River Desperadoes (1951) as Music Director
Fort Savage Raiders (1951) as Music
Flame of Stamboul (1951) as Music Director
A U.S. agent guards defense plans at a conference in Istanbul.
Purple Heart Diary (1951) as Music Director
A Yank in Korea (1951) as Music Director
A tough sergeant has to teach a hotshot young soldier how to be a team player.
The Tougher They Come (1950) as Music Director
Bandits of El Dorado (1949) as Music
Wanted outlaws have mysteriously disappeared. Ranger Captain Henley and Steve have a plan to find them. Steve becomes a wanted man by faking the killing of Henley. Not only is he now in trouble as both the Rangers and the Mexican Rurales are after him, but Smiley knows him and may expose his masquerade to the bad guys.
Reg'lar Fellers (1941) as Mus score wrt and cond
Double Trouble (1941) as Music Director
The owner of an American bean cannery and his wife are expecting the arrival of two orphans from war-torn England, but the "youngsters" arrive and are two addled-brain adults, Albert (Harry Langdon) and Alfred Prattle (Charles Rogers). Making a worse deal out of a bad one, the owner puts them to work in his cannery where, among other mishaps, they manage to place a $100,000 gem in a can of beans. The word gets out and customers, hoping to buy the can with the gem, clear the market place of the company's beans.
Mystery in Swing (1940) as Music Director
A newspaper reporter tries to solve a jazz musician''''s murder.
Double Deal (1939) as Music Director
An innocent man is framed by his thieving rival, who''s robbed a jewelry store, because of jealousy over a woman.
Ride 'Em Cowgirl (1939) as Music Director
Sandy Doyle (Harrington Reynolds), gambler and political chief of a small border town, seeks to gain control of the Bar-X Ranch, owned by Rufe Rickson (Joseph Girard), to further some undercover activities of his own. He counts on Rickson's inability to stay away from gambling as the means to his ultimate success. Government investigator Oliver Shea (Milton Frome) and his assistant, Dan Haggerty (Vince Barnett), start a fight in Doyle's place when they see Rickson being cheated and are invited to the Bar-X where Oliver and Helen Rickson (Dorothy Page), Rufe's daughter, discover interest in each other and Dan finds himself pursued by Bell (Lynn Mayberry), the ranch cook. Sheriff Larson (Frank Ellis) brings the prize money for the $5,000 race of the Rodeo Association, and that night it is stolen from her safe. The next day, Doyle says it was paid to him by Rickson for a gambling debt. Realizing that she must be free in order to prove her father's innocence, and that now her horse, Snowy, must win the race, Helen confesses to the theft and makes good her escape. Her sleuthing establishes that Doyle has been engaged in ore-smuggling activities, and his intent to gain the Bar-X is because the ranch offers a perfect crossing place for his gang, who salt the smuggled silver into a non-productive mine and ship it to the Mint as domestic production.
Water Rustlers (1939) as Music Score
The Singing Cowgirl (1939) as Music Score
High Hat (1937) as Music Arrangement

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