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Sol Kaplan produced music that was featured in many Hollywood productions. Kaplan began his entertainment career with his music featured in films like "Tales of Manhattan" (1942), the Paul Henreid crime feature "Hollow Triumph" (1948) and "The Black Book" (1949). His music also appeared in the Lloyd Bridges crime flick "Trapped" (1949), the Scott Brady crime picture "Port of New York" (1949) and the Burt Lancaster comedy "Mister 880" (1950). In the fifties, Kaplan's music continued to appear on the silver screen, including in films like "Red Skies of Montana" (1952), "Something For the Birds" (1952) and the western "Way of a Gaucho" (1952) with Rory Calhoun. His work was also in "Titanic" (1953) with Clifton Webb. Kaplan's music was also featured in the Peter Fonda adaptation "The Young Lovers" (1964), the thrilling adaptation "The Spy Who Came in From the Cold" (1965) with Richard Burton and the Sophia Loren drama "Judith" (1966). His music was also featured in "Living Free" (1972) and the drama "Lies My Father Told Me" (1975) with Yossi Yadin. Kaplan most recently worked on "Coneheads" (1993).

Sol Kaplan produced music that was featured in many Hollywood productions. Kaplan began his entertainment career with his music featured in films like "Tales of Manhattan" (1942), the Paul Henreid crime feature "Hollow Triumph" (1948) and "The Black Book" (1949). His music also appeared in the Lloyd Bridges crime flick "Trapped" (1949), the Scott Brady crime picture "Port of New York" (1949) and the Burt Lancaster comedy "Mister 880" (1950). In the fifties, Kaplan's music continued to appear on the silver screen, including in films like "Red Skies of Montana" (1952), "Something For the Birds" (1952) and the western "Way of a Gaucho" (1952) with Rory Calhoun. His work was also in "Titanic" (1953) with Clifton Webb. Kaplan's music was also featured in the Peter Fonda adaptation "The Young Lovers" (1964), the thrilling adaptation "The Spy Who Came in From the Cold" (1965) with Richard Burton and the Sophia Loren drama "Judith" (1966). His music was also featured in "Living Free" (1972) and the drama "Lies My Father Told Me" (1975) with Yossi Yadin. Kaplan most recently worked on "Coneheads" (1993).

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2.
 The Frisco Kid (1979)
3.
 Semi-Tough (1977)
4.
 Choirboys, The (1977)
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 Breakheart Pass (1975) Henry
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 Nakia (1974)
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 The Longest Yard (1974)
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