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Subject: In 1945, Miklos Rozsa earned an Academy Award for his score in the Hitchcock classic "Spellbound", and was nominated the SAME year for TWO other scores for "The Lost Weekend", and "A Song to Remember"! This made Rozsa the ONLY composer, to date, to have earned an Oscar against two of his own scores! ...


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Nominated an astounding 13 times, he took home 3 Oscars!
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Date Posted: Friday, August 02, 05:26:35am
In reply to: Bio & PHOTO 's message, "ARCHIVE: July 27, 1995 ~Miklós Rózsa, famed Oscar-winning (earning 17 Oscar nominations) film composer, best known for his nearly one hundred film scores, Spellbound (1945), A Double Life (1947), and Ben-Hur (1959), and was inadvertently placed in pop culture when another musician stole his simple four-note motif composed 1949's "The Killers", and swapped-out as new in TV Dragnet theme song! Rózsa was 88. ..." on Saturday, July 27, 08:03:13pm

Here is rare televised interview of Miklos Rozsa,
along with John Williams, by Andre Previn. ...
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9O9lCYM2Dh4


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