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Also Known As: Friedrich Hollander, Friedrich Hollnder Died: January 18, 1976
Born: October 18, 1896 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: London, England, GB Profession: composer, musical director

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Theatrical composer, first known for his association with Max Reinhardt, who contributed songs to some early German films, notably "Blue Angel" (1930). Hollander scored numerous Hollywood productions from 1936-55.

Theatrical composer, first known for his association with Max Reinhardt, who contributed songs to some early German films, notably "Blue Angel" (1930). Hollander scored numerous Hollywood productions from 1936-55.

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1930:
Feature debut, provided music and songs for the German/US co-production, "The Blue Angel/Der Blaue Engel"
1936:
First Hollywood feature, music and song credit, "Desire"
1955:
Final feature, credited for music and song, "We're No Angels"

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