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Lou Herscher (1894–1974)

Songwriter, composer, conductor, author and publisher, educated in public schools and a music student of his father, Cantor Elias Herscher. Lou got his start in vaudeville where he accompanied his younger brother Nate on the piano. He composed and directed music for a number of films and features, and co-owned Accadia Music Company. Joining ASCAP ... See full bio »

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  Boardwalk Empire (TV Series) (lyrics - 3 episodes, 2012) (music - 3 episodes, 2012)
- Margate Sands (2012) ... (lyrics: "Dream Daddy" - uncredited) / (music: "Dream Daddy" - uncredited)
- The Milkmaid's Lot (2012) ... (lyrics: "Dream Daddy" - uncredited) / (music: "Dream Daddy" - uncredited)
- Blue Bell Boy (2012) ... (lyrics: "Dream Daddy" - uncredited) / (music: "Dream Daddy" - uncredited)
 1953 The Great Jesse James Raid ("That's the Man for Me")
 1951 Casa Manana (writer: "Fifty Games of Solitaire on Saturday Night")
 1947 Land of the Lawless (writer: "A Gal A Man Loves To Kiss" - as Louis Herscher)
 1946 Wild West (writer: "Elmer, The Knock-Kneed Cowboy")
 1946 Mr. Hex (writer: "A Love Song to Remember", "One Star Kissed Night" - as Louis Herscher)
 1946 Bowery Bombshell (writer: "I Love Him")
 1946 The Gentleman from Texas (writer: "He's Mine, All Mine")
 1945 A Song for Miss Julie (music: "I Love to Remember", "Sweet Sunday", "It Could Have Happened Before")
 1945 There Goes Kelly (writer: "Walkin' the Chalkline", "Where Were You?" - as Louis Herscher)
 1944 Hot Rhythm (music: "Where Were You?" (1944))
 1943 Campus Rhythm (writer: "Swing Your Way Through College", "It's Great to Be a College Girl", "Walkin' the Chalk Line")
 1943 The Girl from Monterrey (writer: "Jive, Brother, Jive", "Last Night's All Over", "The Girl From Monterrey" - as Louis Herscher)
 1942 Vitamin 'U' for Me (Short) (writer: "It's Vitamin U For Me")
 1938 Frontier Town (writer: "Yip, Yip, Yowie, I'm an Eagle")
 1936 Hot Money (writer: "What Can I Do? I Love Him" (1936) - uncredited)
 1934 Enlighten Thy Daughter (writer: "Don't Keep Me in the Dark", "Romancing with You")
 1933 The Fighting Texans (writer: "He's Mine, All Mine")
 1933 Hotel Variety (writer: "I Gave the Right Kind of Love")
 1928 The Scarlet Lady (writer: "My Heart Belongs to You" - uncredited)
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Other Works:

Albums: "Edgar Guest's Poetic Gems"; "The Adventures of Tom Sawyer"; "Hollywood Kiddie Ditties"; "Little Orphan Annie"; "The Entertainer". See more »

Alternate Names:

Louis Herscher

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