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The Talented Life Of John Williams Part Eight

The Talented Life Of John Williams Part Eight

The Talented Life Of John Williams Part Eight

The Talented Life Of John Williams Part Eight

John Williams’s movie scores and awards go on and on, and I can keep listing, which is amazing, but I can’t keep up with him, so this will be the last for awhile, until I find something more then his list of awards. This blog is entitled The Talented Life Of John Williams Part Eight, but I could have named it John William’s List Of Films Part Two, and it would mean the same. Here’s The Talented Life Of John Williams Part Eight, and a video afterwards.

Grammy Awards

Year Project Category Result
1962 Checkmate Best Soundtrack Album or Recording or Score from Motion Picture or Television Nominated
1975 Jaws Album of Best Original Score Written for a Motion Picture or a Television Sp...
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The Three Stooges Part Twelve

The Three Stooges Part Twelve

The Three Stooges Part Twelve

The Three Stooges Part Twelve

If you think I’m done with The Three Stooges,then guess again, for their are my favorite. In The Three Stooges Part Twelve, you’ll find the kind of music The Three Stooges, had, on their shorts. So read and watch The Three Stooges Part Twelve and enjoy.

Music

* Several instrumental tunes were played over the opening credits at different times in the production of the short features. The most commonly used themes were:

* The verse portion of the Civil War era song “Listen to the Mockingbird”, played in a comical way, complete with sounds of birds and such. This was first used in Pardon My Scotch, their ninth short film, in 1935...

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The Talented Life Of John Williams Part Seven

The Talented Life Of John Williams Part Seven

The Talented Life Of John Williams Part Seven

The Talented Life Of John Williams Part Seven

Everyone knows The Talented Life Of John Williams for Jaws and STAR WARS, but did you know he did Harry Potter and others that is so long I had to make a list of. In The Talented Life Of John Williams Part Seven, that’s exactly what I done, so here’s what I found and some I was amaze to find out myself.

Academy Awards

Year Project Category Result
1967 Valley of the Dolls Best Score Adaptation Nominated
1969 Goodbye, Mr Chips Best Score Adaptation Nominated
The Reivers Best Original Score Nominated
1971 Fiddler on the Roof Best Scoring Adaptation and Original Song Score Won
1972 Images Best Original Dramatic Score Nominated
The Poseidon Adventure Best Original Dramatic Sco...
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The Three Stooges Part Eleven

The Three Stooges Part Eleven

The Three Stooges Part Eleven

The Three Stooges Part Eleven

It’s time to get stooged, with The Three Stooges. Moe,Larry, Curly are in The Three Stooges Part Eleven, let’s see if you can’t stop laughing at eggier shorts.

Home video

Between 1980 and 1985, Columbia Pictures Home Entertainment and RCA/Columbia Pictures Home Video released a total of thirteen Three Stooges volumes on VHS, Betamax, Laserdisc and CED, each containing three shorts. These titles were later reissued on VHS by its successor, Columbia TriStar Home Video, between 1993 and 1996, with a DVD reissue between 2000 and 2004.

The Three Stooges Collection

On October 30, 2007, Sony Pictures Home Entertainment released a two-disc DVD set entitled The Three Stooges Collection, Volume One: 1934–1936...

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Willie Nelson Part Three

Willie Nelson Part Three

Willie Nelson Part Three

Willie Nelson Part Three

Today is a perfect day for Willie Nelson Part Three, but I wonder if you feel the same. If you are reading this, then you feel the same, so read and listen to Willie Nelson Part Three

“Hello Walls”

Written by Willie Nelson, “Hello Walls”, was a hit for Faron Young in 1961, and the song that gave Nelson national recognition as a songwriter. He recorded the song for his debut album … And Then I Wrote.

Nelson moved to Nashville, Tennessee in 1960, but was unable to find a label to sign him. During this period he often spent time at Tootsie’s Orchid Lounge, a bar near the Grand Ole Opry frequented by the show’s stars and other singers and songwriters...

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The Talented Life Of John Williams Part Six

The Talented Life Of John Williams Part Six

The Talented Life Of John Williams Part Six

The Talented Life Of John Williams Part Six

Williams conducting at Hollywood Bowl.

Williams makes annual appearances with the Los Angeles Philharmonic at the Hollywood Bowl, and took part as conductor and composer in the orchestra’s opening gala concerts for the Walt Disney Concert Hall in 2003. In 2004, Williams both served as the Grand Marshal for the Rose Parade, and directed “The Star Spangled Banner” at the Rose Bowl’s beginning. In April 2005, Williams and the Boston Pops performed the “Throne Room Finale” from Star Wars at opening day in Fenway Park as the Boston Red Sox, having won their first World Series championship since 1918, received their championship rings...

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The Three Stooges Part Nine

The Three Stooges Part Nine

The Three Stooges Part Nine

The Three Stooges Part Nine

These are my favorite funny men, and after the watching the news, I need something to laugh at. In The Three Stooges Part Nine, has The Three Stooges in the 1970’s, how many can you name of today comics, that can last fifty years, I type none. For one thing, their aren’t funny and the other thing is that their really not funny, but The Three Stooges are and ever will be. The Three Stooges Part Nine, will make you believe that at one time, their was laugher, in the theaters and on TV. So let us read The Three Stooges Part Nine, and then watch three shorts, and laugh.

The Three Stooges Part Nine

The Three Stooges Part Nine

Final years (1970–75)

In late 1969, Howard, Fine and DeRita began production on another half-hour pilot, this time for a syndicated 39-e...

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The Talented Life Of John Williams Part Five

The Talented Life Of John Williams Part Five

The Talented Life Of John Williams Part Five

The Talented Life Of John Williams Part Five

I feel in a good mood, which means to watch(only), the first six films of STAR WARS, and you can’t get those great John Williams tunes out of your head. In this blog The Talented Life Of John Williams Part Five, I’m going to start where I left off yesterday on The Talented Life Of John Williams Part Four, so let’s get to it and read and see John Williams.

I’m In February 2013, Williams expressed his interest in working in the Star Wars sequel trilogy, stating: “Now we’re hearing of a new set of movies coming in 2015, 2016… so I need to make sure I’m still ready to go in a few years for what I hope would be continued work with George...

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The Three Stooges Part Eight

The Three Stooges Part Eight

The Three Stooges Part Eight

The Three Stooges Part Eight

The Three Stooges Part Eight, is about, The Third Stooge, Joe DeRita and their films and cartoons, which I find very entertaining. After you read The Three Stooges Part Eight, please stay for their shorts.

Comeback with Joe DeRita (1958–70)

The early days of television provided movie studios a place to unload a backlog of short films which they thought otherwise unmarketable, and the Stooge films seemed perfect for the burgeoning genre. ABC had even expressed interest as far back as 1949, purchasing exclusive rights to 30 of the trio’s shorts and commissioning a pilot for a potential series, Jerks of All Trades...

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The Talented Life Of John Williams Part Four

The Talented Life Of John Williams Part Four

The Talented Life Of John Williams Part Four

The Talented Life Of John Williams Part Four

I haven’t forgotten about The Talented Life Of John Williams, it’s just that his songs are too long for my website that I put him on hold, but not now. In The Talented Life Of John Williams Part Four, has more information about his soundtracks from films which we all like to watch all the time.

The Talented Life Of John Williams Part Four

The Talented Life Of John Williams Part Four

John Williams conducting the score to Raiders

of the Lost Ark in the Avery Fisher Hall.

For the 1976 Alfred Hitchcock film, Family Plot, Williams was not in love with this particular film, but did not want to turn down the chance to work for Hitchcock. Hitchcock merely told him that in scoring the film to remember one thing, “Murder can be fun...

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