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Gail Kubik (1914–1984)

Pulitzer Prize-winning composer, conductor, violinist and teacher, educated at the Eastman School of Music (with a scholarship at age 14), the American Conservatory (Master of Arts) with Leo Sowerby, and Harvard University with Walter Piston ad Nadia Boulanger. He taught violin and composition at Monmouth College and composition and music history ... See full bio »

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Filmography

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 1958-1959 The Twentieth Century (TV Series documentary) (2 episodes)
- Hiroshima (1958)
 1956 The Gerald McBoing-Boing Show (TV Series) (1 episode)
- Jolly Frolics (1956)
 1955 The Desperate Hours (music score by)
 1950 Gerald McBoing-Boing (Short)
 1950 The Miner's Daughter (Short)
 1949 C-Man
 1947 Thunderbolt (Documentary short) (as Cpl Gail Kubik)
 1944 Air Pattern - Pacific (Short)
 1943 Paratroops (Documentary short)
 1942 Colleges at War (Documentary short)
 1942 Dover (Documentary short)
 1942 Manpower (Documentary short)
 1942 The World at War (Documentary)
 1941 Men and Ships (Documentary short) (uncredited)
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 1951 Two Gals and a Guy (composer: incidental music) / (musical director)
 1949 C-Man (conductor)
Hide Hide Show Show Soundtrack (1 credit)
 1949 C-Man (writer: "Do It Now")

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Other Works:

"Scherzo for Large Orchestra" (Chicago Symphony Orchestra Golden Jubilee Award). See more »

Alternate Names:

Cpl Gail Kubik
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Left his teaching position in 1940 to take a job with NBC Radio as a composer for radio dramas. See more »

Star Sign:

Virgo

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