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Allan Gray (I) (1904–1973)

Allan (or Josef as he was then) studied under the great pioneering modernist Arnold Schönberg. To pay for his tuition he composed popular, jazz-influenced tunes for cabaret acts in Berlin. Josef took his pseudonym from Oscar Wilde's narcissistic hero, Dorian Gray. See full bio »

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 1959 The Big Hunt
 1954 Destination Milan (segments "Destination Milan", "Lowland Fling")
 1954 Terror Ship
 1953-1954 Rheingold Theatre (TV Series) (27 episodes)
- The Silent Man (1954)
- The Charm (1953)
- Panic (1953)
- The Bitter Heart (1953)
 1953 The Triangle (segments "A Lodging for the Night", "American Duel")
 1953 The Genie (segments "The Genie", "The Heel", "Emerald Green")
 1953 The Accused
 1952 The Obsessed
 1946 Stairway to Heaven (music composed by)
 1945 Latin Quarter
 1944 The Volunteer (Short)
 1938 The Challenge (original music by)
 1931 Emil und die Detektive (as Allan Grey)
 1929 The Iron Mask (1952 version, music composed by)
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He was the musical director for William Shakespeare's play, "Love's Labour's Lost", in the Stratford Theatre Festival at the Shakespeare Memorial Theatre in Stratford, England with Laurence Payne, John Harrison, Donald Sinden, Paul Scofield, Veronica Turleigh, Joy Parker, John Blatchley, Margaret Courtenay and Joss Ackland in ... See more »

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Allan Grey

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