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Mike Curb

Mike Curb was born on December 24, 1944 in Savannah, Georgia, USA. He has been married to Linda Dunphy Curb since April 4, 1978. They have two children. See full bio »

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Camille Music Department
2008
View from the Top
View from the Top Music Department
2003

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 2009 Inglourious Basterds (writer: "THE DEVIL'S RUMBLE" (1967))
 2008/I Camille (music: "Let The Fire Burn Hot") / (writer: "Angel Eyes")
 2008 Hell Ride (writer: "The Wild Angels Ballad (Dirge)", "The Devil's Rumble", "The Unknown Rider")
 2007 Welcome to Paradise (arranger: "Bringing in the Sheavers") / (writer: "From the Desert to the Sea", "Wide Open Spaces", "She's My Saturday Night Special", "Angel Eyes", "Everywhere I Look, There's You", "Welcome to Paradise")
 2003 Where the Red Fern Grows (producer: "If I Could Only Go Back Again") / (writer: "If I Could Only Go Back Again")
 2003 View from the Top (writer: "Everywhere I Look, There's You")
 1996 The Sunchaser (writer: "So Young")
 1988 Mac and Me (lyrics: "You're Not a Stranger Anymore")
 1986 Dreams of Gold: The Mel Fisher Story (TV Movie) (writer: "NEVER GONNA GO BACK THERE AGAIN", "DOIN' THE BEST THAT YOU CAN")
 1980 Brubaker (writer: "All for the Love of Sunshine" - uncredited)
 1978 Goin' Coconuts (producer: "On the Shelf")
 1978 Matilda (producer: "WHEN I'M WITH YOU, I'M FEELIN' GOOD")
 1976 Revenge for a Rape (TV Movie) (music: "There's Nothing Greater Than Our Love")
 1975 The Ernie Sigley Show (TV Series) (writer - 1 episode)
- Episode dated 10 April 1975 (1975) ... (writer: "It Was a Good Time (Rosy's Theme)")
 1974 Where the Red Fern Grows (writer: "If I Could Only Go Back Again" - uncredited)
 1973 The Graham Kennedy Show (TV Series) (writer - 1 episode)
- Episode dated 27 November 1973 (1973) ... (writer: "It Was a Good Time (Rosy's Theme)")
 1972 Liza with a Z (TV Special) (writer: "It Was a Good Time")
 1971 Bunny O'Hare (performer: "Right Or Wrong - The Ballad of Bunny O'Hare") / (writer: "Right Or Wrong - The Ballad of Bunny O'Hare")
 1971 Pretty Maids All in a Row (lyrics: "Chilly Winds")
 1970 Kelly's Heroes (lyrics: "Burning Bridges") / (writer: "Sunshine")
 1970 The Walking Stick (writer: "Dance the Night Away" - uncredited)
 1970 Zig Zag (writer: "Zig Zag")
 1970 The Johnny Cash Show (TV Series) (writer - 1 episode)
- Episode #1.26 (1970) ... (writer: "So Young")
 1970 Zabriskie Point (writer: "So Young")
  Hot Wheels (TV Series) (producer - 16 episodes, 1969) (writer - 16 episodes, 1969)
- Drag Strip/Slicker-Slicks (1969) ... (producer: "Hot Wheels") / (writer: "It's Magic", "Hot Wheels")
- Hitchhike to Danger/The Doc Warren Trophy Race (1969) ... (producer: "Hot Wheels") / (writer: "It's Magic", "Hot Wheels")
- Race to Space Monkey A-Okay/Big Heart, Little Hearts (1969) ... (producer: "Hot Wheels") / (writer: "It's Magic", "Hot Wheels")
- Danger Around the Clock/Hotter Than the Devils (1969) ... (producer: "Hot Wheels") / (writer: "It's Magic", "Hot Wheels")
- It Takes a Team/Like Father, Like Son (1969) ... (producer: "Hot Wheels") / (writer: "It's Magic", "Hot Wheels")
 1969 The Devil's 8 (music: "Devil's 8", "Chandlers' Grenade Ride", "Let's Go", "Helicopter Chase")
 1969 The Big Bounce (music: "The Boss Man") / (writer: "The Big Bounce")
 1968 The Golden Breed (Documentary) (writer: "Hawaiian Circus", "High Rise")
 1968 The Wild Racers (producer: "Wild Racers (Main Theme)", "Love Theme From Wild Racers", "Bedroom Theme", "The First Meeting", "The Checkered Flag", "The Train Station", "Dance Party", "The Lonely River", "Love Theme", "The Bullfight") / (writer: "Wild Racers (Main Theme)", "Love Theme From Wild Racers", "Bedroom Theme", "The First Meeting", "The Checkered Flag", "The Train Station", "Dance Party", "The Lonely River", "Love Theme", "The Bullfight")
 1968 Maryjane (writer: "Store Stealing")
 1967 Teenage Rebellion (Documentary) (performer: "Teenage Rebellion", "Orgy Around The World", "The Geisha Girl", "The French Kiss", "The Young World", "Pot Party", "A Young Girl's Mistake", "The Call Girl", "The Gay Teenager", "Make Love Not War" - as Teenage Rebellion) / (writer: "Teenage Rebellion", "The French Kiss", "Pot Party", "A Young Girl's Mistake", "The Gay Teenager", "Make Love Not War")
 1967 The Born Losers (producer: "Billy Jack's Theme", "The Losers Bar", "Forgive Me", "Gangreens Fight", "The Born Losers Theme", "Alone Never To Love Again", "Born Loser's Stripper", "Vicki's Theme", "The Born Loser's Dirge") / (writer: "Billy Jack's Theme", "The Losers Bar", "Forgive Me", "Gangreens Fight", "The Born Losers Theme", "Alone Never To Love Again", "Born Loser's Stripper", "Vicki's Theme", "The Born Loser's Dirge")
 1967 Mondo Hollywood (Documentary) (music: "Mondo Hollywood (City Of Dreams)", "The Magic Night", "Last Wave Of The Day", "You're Beautiful", "Magic Night March", "Mondo Hollywood Freakout") / (writer: "Moonfire")
 1967 Devil's Angels (writer: "Devil's Angels", "Hell Rider")
 1967 Thunder Alley (writer: "Pete's Orgy", "Calahan's Theme", "Calahan's March", "Calahan's Vision", "Annie's Theme")
 1966 The Wild Angels (writer: "Blues' Theme", "The Last Ride", "Theme from 'The Wild Angels'", "The Unknown Rider", "Loser's Lament", "The Wild Angels Ballad (Dirge)", "Lonely in the Chapel", "Rockin' Angel", "Midnight Rider", "The Loser's Burial", "Wild Angels Chase")
 1966 Skaterdater (Short) (arranger: "The Fountain", "Skaterdater", "Missy And The Statue", "Skate Board Safari") / (writer: "The Fountain", "Skaterdater", "Missy And The Statue", "Skate Board Safari")
 1965 Beach Ball (writer: "Cycle Chase")
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Although he grew up in Los Angeles, the Georgia-born Curb was inducted into the Georgia Music Hall of Fame in 2003. He was inducted into the National Business Hall of Fame in 2001 and received his own Star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame (in front of 1750 N. Vine St.) in 2007. See more »

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