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"One Good Film Deserves Another" (1977 - A.S. Barnes)
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The audience for the movie "Half a House" (1979) was so small that song writers Paul Francis Webster and Sammy Fain hired Druxman, who was then a Hollywood publicist, to get their song, "A World That Never Was," an Academy Award nomination. Since there was no commercial recording of the song, Druxman set up an 800-number, so that Academy members could listen to Fain's demo recording of the tune.