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Ted Duncan

Ted Duncan

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  • Top Orchestrator

    • roger duncan
    • 2008-04-26

    Ted Duncan, in 1945, the MGM "Age of the Musicals" was considered the highest paid arranger at MGM. He was Johnny Green's chief arranger. Previously he was arranger for the Meredith Willson Orchestra in Chicago. Willson once remarked that Ted Duncan was his "lucky arranger" for everyone of his arrangements became a "hit." Duncan also arranged for the #1 Radio show of the time, The Kraft Mucis Hall and arranged for Judy Garland, Bing Crosby, Ginny Sims and others. His best know arrangement is for the Crosby "White Christmas." He also arranged in the early '40's Universal as well as MGM.He was the primary orchestrator for "The Postman Always Rings Twice" with Garfield and Lana Turner considered a classic film noir production.

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