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Gil Grau

Gil Grau

  • Sinbad The Sailor (1947) July 15 (ET) - Reminder REMINDER
  • Lolita (1961) October 04 (ET) - Reminder REMINDER


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Music (feature film)

The Great Bank Robbery (1969) as Orchestration
Outlaws pose as a religious group to mask their attempt to rob a Western bank.
El Dorado (1967) as Orchestration
A gunfighter and a drunken sheriff take on a corrupt cattle baron.
Batman (1966) as Orchestration
Batman and Robin battle Catwoman, the Penguin, the Joker and the Riddler, who seek to defeat the Dynamic Duo once and for all, and take over the world.
A Rage To Live (1965) as Orchestration
A woman's insatiable sex drive destroys her life.
Robin and the 7 Hoods (1964) as Orchestration
A Chicago gangster stumbles into philanthropic work during a gang war.
4 for Texas (1963) as Orchestration
Double-crossing outlaws go straight and become rival saloon owners.
Come Blow Your Horn (1963) as Orchestration
A big city swinger teaches his sheltered brother how to become a chick magnet.
Lolita (1962) as Orchestration
Vladimir Nabokov's racy classic focuses on an aging intellectual in love with a teenager.
Pocketful of Miracles (1961) as Orchestration
A good-hearted gangster turns an old apple seller into a society matron so she can impress her daughter.
Senior Prom (1959) as Arr
Boys from opposite sides of the tracks vie to take a pretty senior to the prom.
The Boy with Green Hair (1948) as Orchestra Arrangement
An orphaned boy mystically acquires green hair and a mission to end war.
The Farmer's Daughter (1947) as Orchestra Arrangement
When she goes to work for a congressman, a Minnesota farm girl takes Washington by storm.
The Woman on the Beach (1947) as Orchestra Arrangement
A coast guardsman begins to think his mistress's blind husband can really see.
Sinbad the Sailor (1947) as Orchestra Arrangement
The Arabian Nights hero sets off to find the lost treasure of Alexander the Great.
Tycoon (1947) as Orchestra Arrangement
While building a tunnel through the Andes, an engineer falls in love with his possessive boss's daughter.
Notorious (1946) as Orchestra Arrangement
A U.S. agent recruits a German expatriate to infiltrate a Nazi spy ring in Brazil.
Cornered (1945) as Orchestra Arrangement
A World War II veteran hunts down the Nazi collaborators who killed his wife.
Man Alive (1945) as Orchestra Arrangement
A man thought dead returns as a ghost to scare off his wife's suitors.
The Enchanted Cottage (1945) as Orchestra Arrangement
A scarred veteran and a homely woman are transformed by love.
The Master Race (1944) as Orchestra Arrangement
A German officer fights to keep the Nazi dream alive even as his nation faces defeat.
Something to Shout About (1943) as Orchestra Arrangement
Following three flops in a row, Broadway stage producer Willard Samson (William Gaxton)is told by wealthy divorcee Donna Davis (Cobina Wright, Jr.)that she will finance a show but only if she is the star. The fact she can neither sing, act nor dance does not deter Samson. His press agent, Ken Douglas (Don Ameche), lives in a theatrical boarding house run by his friend from vaudeville, Larry Martin (Jack Oakie), where he meets Jeanie Maxwell (Janet Blair), singing teacher and aspiring songwriter from, of course, Altoona, Pa., who has come to New York to sell her songs. Samson is not interested in her songs as much as he is her stage abilities, but he can't get rid of Donna. Ken is also plugging for Samson to use the vaudeville acts, living at the boarding house, who can't get work because there is no more vaudeville, despite the fact that some of the acts are examples of what killed vaudeville in the first place. The show appears to have potential, with the exception of Donna, when Ken convinces her she is the perfect "outdoorable girl" for a publicity campaign and takes her to the countryside. Samson frames them as being dangerous counterfeiters and they are arrested by the country sheriff (Lee 'Lasses' White), and Samson rushes Jeanie into the star role for the final dress rehearsal. But Donna is released from jail, returns to the show for opeing night and it is a miserable flop. Jeanie returns to Altoona, Samson goes on a drunken binge and Ken tries to save the show by convincing Donna into quitting.

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