Ralph Rainger


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Music (Feature Film)

Burlesque (2010)
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Me and Orson Welles (2009)
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Lilo and Stitch (2002)
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The Score (2001)
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A Night at the Roxbury (1998)
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North (1994)
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Forrest Gump (1994)
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Radioland Murders (1994)
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Wayne's World (1992)
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Chaplin (1992)
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Honeymoon In Vegas (1992)
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The Rocketeer (1991)
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New York Stories (1989)
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Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade (1989)
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Loverboy (1989)
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Shag: The Movie (1988)
Song ("Blue Hawaii")
Desert Hearts (1985)
Song ("I Wished On The Moon")
Racing With The Moon (1984)
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Mommie Dearest (1981)
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Butterfly (1981)
Song ("Silver On The Stage")
The Parallax View (1974)
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Chinatown (1974)
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The Oscar (1966)
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The Joker Is Wild (1957)
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Beau James (1957)
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Flaming Feather (1952)
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With a Song in My Heart (1952)
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Meet Me After the Show (1951)
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Young Man with a Horn (1950)
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Easy Living (1949)
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Key Largo (1948)
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I Walk Alone (1948)
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Song of the Prairie (1945)
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Song of Old Wyoming (1945)
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Take It or Leave It (1944)
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Riding High (1943)
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Coney Island (1943)
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Footlight Serenade (1942)
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Just Off Broadway (1942)
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Tales of Manhattan (1942)
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My Gal Sal (1942)
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Cadet Girl (1941)
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The Parson of Panamint (1941)
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Twilight on the Trail (1941)
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A Yank in the R.A.F. (1941)
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Dressed to Kill (1941)
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Moon Over Miami (1941)
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Rise and Shine (1941)
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Tall, Dark and Handsome (1941)
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Remember the Night (1940)
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Never Say Die (1939)
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$1,000 a Touchdown (1939)
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Paris Honeymoon (1939)
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The Llano Kid (1939)
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Gulliver's Travels (1939)
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Thanks for the Memory (1938)
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Give Me a Sailor (1938)
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Artists and Models Abroad (1938)
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The Texans (1938)
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The Big Broadcast of 1938 (1938)
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Romance in the Dark (1938)
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Tropic Holiday (1938)
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Souls at Sea (1937)
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Ebb Tide (1937)
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King of Gamblers (1937)
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Hills of Old Wyoming (1937)
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Blossoms on Broadway (1937)
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Swing High, Swing Low (1937)
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Waikiki Wedding (1937)
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Rhythm on the Range (1936)
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Hideaway Girl (1936)
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Rose of the Rancho (1936)
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Poppy (1936)
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Three Cheers for Love (1936)
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Palm Springs (1936)
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College Holiday (1936)
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The Big Broadcast of 1937 (1936)
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Easy to Take (1936)
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Ruggles of Red Gap (1935)
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Rumba (1935)
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Millions in the Air (1935)
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Four Hours to Kill! (1935)
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The Devil Is a Woman (1935)
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SeƱora casada necesita marido (1935)
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The Big Broadcast of 1936 (1935)
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Shoot the Works (1934)
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Bolero (1934)
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Search for Beauty (1934)
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All of Me (1934)
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Come On Marines! (1934)
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Kiss and Make-Up (1934)
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The Trumpet Blows (1934)
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Wharf Angel (1934)
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Little Miss Marker (1934)
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Here Is My Heart (1934)
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She Loves Me Not (1934)
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A Bedtime Story (1933)
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She Done Him Wrong (1933)
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Torch Singer (1933)
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The Way to Love (1933)
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Midnight Club (1933)
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Cradle Song (1933)
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International House (1933)
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Blonde Venus (1932)
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This Is the Night (1932)
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The Big Broadcast (1932)
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Dancers in the Dark (1932)
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Be Yourself! (1930)
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Sea Legs (1930)
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Queen High (1930)
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Misc. Crew (Feature Film)

Explorers (1985)
Other

Music (Special)

Keith Jarrett: Standards (1988)
Song ("If I Should Lose You")

Music (TV Mini-Series)

Commitments (2001)
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Life Events

Videos

Movie Clip

Moon Over Miami (1941) - You Started Something A duet with Robert Cummings to You Started Something by Leo Robin and Ralph Rainger sets up a Betty Grable tap number with the brilliant Condos Brothers, in Moon Over Miami, 1941, from 20th Century Fox.
Moon Over Miami (1941) - What Can I Do For You? Cute car-hops in buckskin, sisters Kay (Betty Grable) and Barbara (Carole Landis) are expecting a letter about an inheritance, in the opening scene from Moon Over Miami, 1941.
Moon Over Miami (1941) - Is That Good? Dismissing the principals (Betty Grable, Robert Cummings, Carole Landis, Don Ameche), supporting players Jack Haley and Charlotte Greenwood perform Is That Good?, by Leo Robin and Ralph Rainger in Moon Over Miami, 1941.
Blonde Venus (1932) - Hot Voodoo Director Josef von Sternberg has not caused his audience to expect his star Marlene Dietrich (as Helen, back in showbiz to support her ailing husband and son) to appear in a gorilla suit, but playboy Nick (Cary Grant) in her audience, likes it, her first number in Blonde Venus, 1932.
Big Broadcast Of 1937, The (1936) - A Trifle Ambiguous Radio director Carson (Jack Benny) hasn’t satisfied his golf-ball dynasty sponsors the Platts (George Burns and daffy Gracie Allen), so agent Bob (Ray Milland) suggests they sample singer Frank Rossman (Frank Forest), with a Robin and Rainger tune, in Paramount’s The Big Broadcast Of 1937, 1936.
Big Broadcast Of 1937, The (1936) - Here's Love In Your Eye Agent Bob (Ray Milland) escorts promising suburban singer Gwen (Shirley Ross) to a club where they catch an abbreviated Benny Goodman number, then Benny Fields with another Leo Robin/Ralph Rainger original, in Paramount’s radio-variety feature The Big Broadcast Of 1937, 1936.
Big Broadcast Of 1937, The (1936) - Heigh Ho The Radio! An un-credited act opening with a song by credited composers Leo Robin and Ralph Rainger, for a feature with many big radio stars, first George Burns and Gracie Allen, with Martha Raye, then Jack Benny as the big shot, in Paramount's The Big Broadcast Of 1937, 1936.
College Holiday (1936) - Rhyme For Love Bouncy number, composed by Leo Robin and Ralph Rainger, staged by Leroy Prinz, for Eleanore Whitney and Johnny Downs, who are among the college kids recruited by Jack Benny for what they think is a dance competition, early in Paramount's College Holiday, 1936.
Little Miss Marker (1934) - You Son Of A Gun Sorrowful (Adolphe Menjou) shells out for clothes for abandoned Marky (Shirley Temple), meantime performing Rainger and Robin's You Son Of A Gun with Bangles (Dorothy Dell), in Little Miss Marker, 1934.
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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