|1.||Main Title / Suzie's Dream House / Store Montage (Miracle on the 34Th Street 1947)||Cyril Mockridge & Alfred Newman And His Orchestra||5:05|
|2.||Suite (The Ghost and Mrs. Muir 1947)||Bernard Herrmann||4:09|
|3.||Main Title & Opening Scene (No Sad Song for Me 1949)||George Duning feat. Natalie Wood||2:29|
|4.||Highlights (The Star 1952)||Victor Young, Bette Davis & Natalie Wood||3:12|
|5.||Main Theme (Rebel Without a Cause 1955)||Leonard Rosenman & Ray Heindorf And His Orchestra||2:42|
|6.||Main Theme & Ethan returns (The Searchers 1956)||Max Steiner & Sons of the Pioneers||3:27|
|7.||Main Theme (Kings Go Forth 1958)||Elmer Bernstein||2:11|
|8.||Overture (Marjorie Morningstar 1958)||Max Steiner||3:56|
|9.||Main Title (All the Fine Young Cannibals 1960)||Jeff Alexander||1:59|
|10.||Main Title & Opening Scene (Cash Mccall 1960)||Max Steiner||2:06|
|11.||Main Title (Splendor in the Grass 1961)||David Amram||1:36|
|12.||Love Theme (Splendor in the Grass 1961)||David Amram & Percy Faith And His Orchestra||3:48|
|13.||Overture (West Side Story 1961)||Leonard Bernstein & Johnny Green & His Orchestra||4:43|
|14.||Overture (Gypsy 1962)||Jule Styne & Frank Perkins and the Warner Bros. Studio Orchestra||3:57|
|15.||Rose Lee Gypsy (Gypsy 1962)||Natalie Wood & Frank Perkins and the Warner Bros. Studio Orchestra||3:13|
|16.||Main Title (Love Withe the Proper Stranger 1963)||Elmer Bernstein||2:19|
|17.||Main Title Song (Love with the Proper Stranger 1963)||Jack Jones||2:26|
|18.||Main Theme (Love with the Proper Stranger 1963)||Dick Schory's Percussion and Brass Ensemble||2:33|
|19.||I've Got Love (Sex and the Single Girl 1964)||Neil Hefti||2:43|
Added on Sunday, January 22, 2023
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Disques Cinémusique presents three new titles:
The Spiral Staircase composed by Roy Webb
The Spiral Staircase is a 1946 American psychological film directed by Robert Siodmak with Dorothy McGuire, George Brent, and Ethel Barrymore.
Adapted from Ethel Lina White's British novel Some Must Watch (1933) by screenwriter Mel Dinelli, the film follows a mute young woman in an early-20th century Vermont town being terrorized by a serial killer who targets disabled women.
Royden Denslow Webb (October 3, 1888 – December 10, 1982) was an American film music composer.
Webb has hundreds of film music credits to his name, mainly with RKO Pictures. He is best known for film noir and horror film scores, in particular for the films of Val Lewton.
Best Natalie Wood Early Movie Themes
Natalie Wood (née Zacharenko July 20, 1938 – November 29, 1981) was an American actress who began her career in film as a child and successfully transitioned to young adult roles.
Wood's best-known film as a child was Miracle on 34th Street (1947), starring Maureen O'Hara at Fox.
Under the direction of Nicholas Ray, she plays in 1955 with James Dean in The Fury of Life. Natalie Wood won a Golden Globe and was nominated for an Oscar. The following year, she shared the poster with John Wayne in The Prisoner of the Desert, a masterpiece by John Ford.
Her collaboration with Elia Kazan in The Fever in the Blood in 1961 earned her a second Oscar nomination. The same year, she was Maria in the musical West Side Story.
Best Jean Seberg Early Movie Themes
Jean Dorothy Seberg (November 13, 1938 – August 30, 1979) was an American actress who lived half of her life in France.
Her performance in Jean-Luc Godard's 1960 film Breathless immortalized her as an icon of French New Wave cinema.
Seberg appeared in 34 films in Hollywood and in Europe, including Saint Joan, Bonjour Tristesse, Lilith, The Mouse That Roared, Breathless, Moment to Moment, A Fine Madness, Paint Your Wagon, Airport, Macho Callahan, and Gang War in Naples.
Best Jean Seberg Early Movie Themes