Cynthia Weil


Biography

Filmography

 

Writer (Feature Film)

The Stranger Game (2006)
Writer

Music (Feature Film)

Bad Times at the El Royale (2018)
Song
Fast Color (2018)
Song
Fun Mom Dinner (2017)
Song
The Meddler (2016)
Song
Flying By (2009)
Song
JCVD (2008)
Song
Doubt (2008)
Song
The Wrecking Crew (2008)
Song
Music Within (2007)
Song
Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban (2004)
Lyrics ("A Winter'S Spell")
Fahrenheit 9/11 (2004)
Song
Troy (2004)
Music Lyrics
Uptown Girls (2003)
Song
Bruce Almighty (2003)
Song
Dr. Seuss' How the Grinch Stole Christmas (2000)
Song
American Beauty (1999)
Song
All Dogs Go to Heaven 2 (1996)
Song
Muppet Treasure Island (1996)
Music Composer
Balto (1995)
Song
A Troll in Central Park (1994)
Song
The Gun in Betty Lou's Handbag (1992)
Song
An American Tail: Fievel Goes West (1991)
Theme Lyrics
Popcorn (1991)
Song
Return to the Blue Lagoon (1991)
Theme Lyrics
Goodfellas (1990)
Song
Flying Blind (1990)
Song
Without You, I'm Nothing (1990)
Song
National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation (1989)
Song
The Big Picture (1989)
Song
Shooter (1988)
Theme Lyrics
Caddyshack II (1988)
Song
Hamburger Hill (1987)
Song
Fatal Beauty (1987)
Song
Harry And The Hendersons (1987)
Theme Lyrics
Jumpin' Jack Flash (1986)
Song
About Last Night (1986)
Song
The Best Of Times (1986)
Music
Top Gun (1986)
Song
The Best Of Times (1986)
Music Lyrics
An American Tail (1986)
Theme Lyrics
Where the Boys Are '84 (1984)
Song
Choose Me (1984)
Song
The Last American Virgin (1982)
Song ("Just Once")
Urban Cowboy (1980)
Song ("Here You Come Again")
All That Jazz (1979)
Song
Black Joy (1978)
Song ("Saturday Night At The Movies")
Pipe Dreams (1976)
Songs
Elvis--That's the Way It Is (1970)
Composer
I Never Sang for My Father (1970)
Composer
Getting Straight (1970)
Composer
Angel, Angel, Down We Go (1969)
Composer
Cactus Flower (1969)
Composer
Wild in the Streets (1968)
Composer
Duffy (1968)
Composer
The Big T.N.T. Show (1966)
Composer

Misc. Crew (Feature Film)

Joyride (1977)
Other

Cast (Special)

Words and Music By Leiber & Stoller (2001)
Interviewee
Hitmakers: The Teens Who Stole Pop Music (2001)
Interviewee

Music (Special)

Manilow Country (2000)
Theme Lyrics
Robert Zemeckis on Smoking, Drinking and Drugging in the 20th Century: In Pursuit of Happiness (1999)
Song

Life Events

Videos

Movie Clip

Cult Of The Damned (1969) - All Sorts Of Tranquilizers Usually low-budget American International pictures shooting on location at the Getz-Hearst “Beverly House” in Beverly Hills, singer Bogart (Jordan Christopher) has the full attention of mother Astrid (Jennifer Jones) and daughter Tara Nicole (Holly Near), then another original song by Barry Mann and Cynthia Weil in Cult Of The Damned, (a.k.a. Angel, Angel Down We Go), 1969.
Cult Of The Damned (a.k.a. Angel, Angel Down We Go) (1969) - The Fat Song Tara-Nicole (Holly Near), after a sexual encounter with singer Bogart (Jordan Christopher), by whom she was willingly abducted from her own debutante ball, meets his “new group,” Davey Davison, Lou Rawls and Roddy McDowall as Ana Livia, Joe and Santoro, and hears his new song for her (by Barry Mann and Cynthia Weil), in Cult Of The Damned, (a.k.a. Angel, Angel Down We Go), 1969.
Cult Of The Damned (a.k.a. Angel, Angel Down We Go) (1969) - Angel, Angel Down We Go At her coming-out party thrown by her super-rich parents in LA (Jennifer Jones, Charles Aidman), Tara-Nicole (Holly Near), home from finishing school in Switzerland and nervous about her weight, is dazzled by singer “Bogart” (Jordan Christopher), performing an original song by Barry Mann and Cynthia Weil, in American International’s Cult Of The Damned, (a.k.a. Angel, Angel Down We Go), 1969.
Cactus Flower (1969) - Opening, Toni Opening sequence with Sarah Vaughn singing a Quincy Jones original, introducing kooky Greenwich Village Toni (Goldie Hawn, in her Academy Award-winning role), from Cactus Flower, 1969, also starring Walter Matthau and Ingrid Bergman.
Wild In The Streets (1968) - Max's Entourage Narration by the ever-authoritative Paul Frees, introduces the posse for super-rich pop star Max (Christopher Jones), Larry Bishop as Abraham, Kevin Couglin as Billy, Richard Pryor as Stanley, inspiring a song (by Barry Mann and Cynthia Weil), early in director Barry Shear’s political-pop oddity from AIP, Wild In The Streets, 1968.
Wild In The Streets (1968) - I'm His Mother! Shelley Winters is the mother, and Bert Freed the father, from whom giant pop star Max Frost (Christopher Jones) ran away many years earlier, and they’ve just had big make-overs after realizing he’s rich and famous, looking to present themselves at a concert, in AIP’s Wild In The Streets, 1968.
Wild In The Streets (1968) - 14 Or Fight! Mega-rich pop star Max (Christopher Jones, with his band, Richard Pryor on drums!) has just barely agreed to appear in support of congressman Fergus (Hal Holbrook), who’s running for senator, because he supports lowering the voting age, and a new idea comes up, in WIld In The Streets, 1968.
It's A Bikini World (1967) - We Gotta Get Out Of This Place Sid Haig the night club owner, shot at the old Haunted House on Hollywood Blvd, by a mile the biggest act and the biggest hit in the movie, Eric Burdon and The Animals, with Andy Summers on the Rickenbacker, song by Barry Mann and Cynthia Weil, in It's A Bikini World, 1967.

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