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Harry Warren

Harry Warren



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Also Known As: Salvatore Anthony Guaranga,H Warren Died: September 22, 1981
Born: December 24, 1893 Cause of Death: kidney failure
Birth Place: Brooklyn, New York, USA Profession: Music ... composer songwriter drummer stagehand assistant director actor propman


Harry Warren's film work led to high accolades, not least of which include an Oscar from the Academy. Warren worked on a variety of projects during his early entertainment career, including "Footlight Parade" (1933), "Gold Diggers of 1933" (1933) starring Warren William, "Moulin Rouge" with Constance Bennett (1934) and "Wonder Bar" (1934) starring Al Jolson. Warren won a Music (Song) Academy Award for "Gold Diggers of 1935" in 1935 as well as a Music (Song) Academy Award for "Hello, Frisco, Hello" in 1943. Warren was nominated for a Music (Song) Academy Award for "Mr. Dodd Takes the Air," as well as for a Music (Song) Academy Award for "Going Places" and a Music (Song) Academy Award for "Down Argentine Way." In the eighties, Warren devoted his time to various credits, such as "Not For Publication" (1984), "The Purple Rose of Cairo" with Mia Farrow (1985), "Before Stonewall" (1986) starring Allen Ginsberg and "Radio Days" with Mia Farrow (1987). Warren had a number of different projects under his belt in the nineties, including "Kissing A Fool" (1998), "Living Out Loud" with Holly Hunter (1998), "Meet Joe Black" (1998) starring Brad Pitt and "Pleasantville" (1998). Warren last provided music for "The Misadventures of Margaret." Warren was married to Josephine Warren and had two children. Harry Warren passed away in September 1981 at the age of 88.

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