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G.H. Clutsam (1866–1951)

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(age 85) in London, England, UK

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April Blossoms
April Blossoms Music Department
Killer of Sheep
Killer of Sheep Soundtrack
Big Fella
Big Fella Soundtrack


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 1989 Leningrad Cowboys Go America (writer: "My Curly-Headed Baby")
 1978 Killer of Sheep (writer: "My Curly Headed Baby")
 1941 Kiss the Boys Goodbye (writer: "Ma Curly Headed Babby" - uncredited)
 1941 The Strangler (music: "Orchestral Fanfare" - uncredited)
 1937 Big Fella (writer: "Ma Curly Headed Baby")
 1935 Heart's Desire (arranger: "A Message Sweet As Roses' - uncredited)
 1934 April Blossoms (arranger: "Unfinished Symphony", "Love Song", "Scherzo", "Serenade") / (lyrics: "Once There Lived a Lady Fair" (uncredited), "Thine Is My Heart", "March Militaire", "Blossom Time", "Love Lost For Evermore" (uncredited), "Lilac Time") / (music: "Once There Lived a Lady Fair" (uncredited), "Thine Is My Heart", "Love Lost For Evermore" (uncredited))
 1932 Forbidden (writer: "Ma Curly Headed Baby" - uncredited)
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 1941 The Farmer's Wife (composer: stock music - uncredited)
 1935 Heart's Desire (music arranger)
 1935 Mimi (music adaptor: Puccini)
 1934 April Blossoms (music adaptor) / (music arranger)
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 1935 Heart's Desire (uncredited)
 1935 Mimi
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Other Works:

Franz Schubert, Heinrich Berte and his musical, "Lilac Time", was performed at the Coliseum in London, England with Maurice D'Oisly, Helen Gilliland and George Graves in the cast. See more »

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