Ted Koehler


Biography

Filmography

 

Writer (Feature Film)

Stormy Weather (1943)
Screenwriter

Music (Feature Film)

The Aftermath (2019)
Song
Dirty Grandpa (2016)
Song
Glee The 3D Concert Movie (2011)
Song
Me and Orson Welles (2009)
Song
Did You Hear About the Morgans? (2009)
Song
A Single Man (2009)
Song
Evening (2007)
Song
Spider-Man 3 (2007)
Song
Idlewild (2006)
Song
The Wedding Weekend (2006)
Song
Mona Lisa Smile (2003)
Song
Catch Me If You Can (2002)
Song
What Women Want (2000)
Song
Autumn in New York (2000)
Song
The Legend of Bagger Vance (2000)
Song
The Green Mile (1999)
Song
My Favorite Martian (1999)
Song
Analyze This (1999)
Song
Any Given Sunday (1999)
Song
Sweet and Lowdown (1999)
Song
The Story of Us (1999)
Song
Permanent Midnight (1998)
Song
Lolita (1997)
Song ("Stormy Weather")
Mad Dog Time (1996)
Song
Jimmy Hollywood (1994)
Song
Sugar Hill (1993)
Song
Hider in the House (1989)
Song
Shoot To Kill (1988)
Song
Train of Dreams (1988)
Song
Haunted Honeymoon (1986)
Song
Jo Jo Dancer, Your Life Is Calling (1986)
Song
Crimes of Passion (1984)
Song ("Get Happy")
The Cotton Club (1984)
Song
City Heat (1984)
Song
A Day in the Death of Joe Egg (1972)
Composer
What's the Matter with Helen? (1971)
Composer
End of the Road (1970)
Composer
Senior Prom (1959)
Composer
Juke Box Rhythm (1959)
Composer
Jazz Ball (1958)
Composer
Cha-Cha-Cha Boom! (1956)
Composer
Glory (1956)
Composer
Love Me or Leave Me (1955)
Composer
The Man Behind the Gun (1953)
Composer
Rainbow 'Round My Shoulder (1952)
Composer
With a Song in My Heart (1952)
Composer
My Man and I (1952)
Composer
Summer Stock (1950)
Composer
I'll Get By (1950)
Composer
Slightly French (1949)
Composer
Down Memory Lane (1949)
Composer
Race Street (1948)
Composer
The Road to Hollywood (1947)
Composer
My Wild Irish Rose (1947)
Composer
Escape Me Never (1947)
Composer
Cheyenne (1947)
Composer
Swing Parade of 1946 (1946)
Composer
Earl Carroll Sketchbook (1946)
Composer
Janie Gets Married (1946)
Composer
San Antonio (1945)
Composer
Week-End at the Waldorf (1945)
Composer
Take It or Leave It (1944)
Composer
Rainbow Island (1944)
Composer
Up in Arms (1944)
Composer
Hollywood Canteen (1944)
Composer
Top Man (1943)
Composer
Stormy Weather (1943)
Composer
This Was Paris (1942)
Composer
Hullabaloo (1940)
Composer
Love Affair (1939)
Composer
Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farm (1938)
Composer
Start Cheering (1938)
Composer
23 1/2 Hours Leave (1937)
Composer
Dangerous Holiday (1937)
Composer
The King and the Chorus Girl (1937)
Composer
Artists and Models (1937)
Composer
The Big Show (1936)
Composer
Dimples (1936)
Composer
King of Burlesque (1936)
Composer
Happy Go Lucky (1936)
Composer
Curly Top (1935)
Composer
Mr. Broadway (1933)
Composer
Let's Fall in Love (1933)
Composer
Manhattan Parade (1931)
Composer

Life Events

Videos

Movie Clip

Pillow To Post (1945) - Watcha Say? (Louis Armstrong) Ida Lupino as sales-gal Jean is juggling William Prince as soldier Don, posing as her husband so she could get military housing, and Johnny Mitchell as client Slim, who wanted a dinner date, while Louis Armstrong leads his band with Dorothy Dandridge singing a tune by Burton Lane and Ted Koehler, in Pillow To Post, 1945.
Stormy Weather (1943) - No Two Ways About Love Bill Robinson and Dooley Wilson as soldiers home from World War One, celebrating in a New York club, the first song from Lena Horne as "Selina," a James P. Johnson composition, lyric by Ted Koehler, early in 20th Century-Fox's Stormy Weather, 1943.
Curly Top (1935) - Animal Crackers Shirley Temple as Elizabeth, nick-named “Curly Top,” her sister (Rochelle Hudson) at the piano, performs the movie’s hit tune (by Ray Henderson, Ted Koehler and Irving Caesar) for the kids at the orphanage, the trustees (led by mean Etienne Girardot) intruding, early in Curly Top, 1935.
Up In Arms (1944) - Now I Know On leave from their base at a carnival, Danny (Kaye) has arranged for himself and Joe (Dana Andrews) to make a record, on which their nurse/officer dates Mary (Constance Dowling) and especially Virginia (Dinah Shore) excel, with a tune by Harold Arlen and Ted Koehler, in Samuel Goldwyn's Up In Arms, 1944.
Artists and Models (1937) - Public Melody Number One Martha Raye and Louis Armstrong in a widely-censored production ("conceived" by Vincente Minnelli) of "Public Enemy Number One" by Harold Arlen and Ted Koehler from Artists and Models, 1937.
Artists and Models (1937) - Judy Canova Judy Canova (as "Toots") does her bathtub rendition of "Pop Goes the Bubble" by Ralph Rainger and Ted Koehler then receives roommate Paula (Ida Lupino) in Paramount's Artists and Models, 1937.

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