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Charles Rosoff (1895–1988)

Charles Rosoff was born on May 1, 1895 in Brooklyn, New York City, New York, USA. He died on February 13, 1988 in Broward County, Florida, USA. See full bio »
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Known For

The Great Gatsby
The Great Gatsby Soundtrack
The Old Homestead
The Old Homestead Soundtrack
Under Western Stars
Under Western Stars Soundtrack
Rawhide Soundtrack


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 1974 The Great Gatsby (music: "When You and I Were Seventeen")
 1949 The Great Gatsby (music: "You Set Me Free" - uncredited)
 1946 Wild West (music: "Journey's End", "Ride on the Tide of a Song", "I Can Tell By the Stars")
 1946 Beauty and the Bandit (writer: "Ride, Amigos, Ride")
 1946 The Gay Cavalier (writer: "Ride, Amigos, Ride")
 1940 Roll Wagons Roll (writer: "Roll, Wagons, Roll")
 1938 Panamint's Bad Man (arranger: "Last Rose of Summer", "Auld Lang Syne")
 1938 Under Western Stars (writer: "Rogers for Congressman")
 1938 Rawhide ("A Cowboy's Life")
 1938 Rose of the Rio Grande (music: "Ride, Amigos, Ride", "Song of the Rose", "What Care I?" - as Charlie Rosoff)
 1938 Land of Fighting Men (writer: "King of the Trail")
 1938 Port of Missing Girls (music: "Dream Cargo", "One Night, One Kiss and You", "I've Changed My Routine")
 1935 The Old Homestead (lyrics: "Somehow I Knew") / (music: "Somehow I Knew")
 1935 Ladies Crave Excitement (writer: "Why Can't We Love Forever?" - uncredited)
 1935 Let 'em Have It (music: "Why Can't We Love Forever?" - uncredited)
 1935 Great God Gold (writer: "Why Can't We Love Forever?")
 1934 Beyond the Law (writer: "Are You Mine")
 1934 The Crime of Helen Stanley (writer: "There's Life in Music")
 1933 Above the Clouds (writer: "Are You Mine?")
 1933 Lady for a Day (music: "I Wanna Man" - uncredited)
 1933 Ann Carver's Profession (writer: "There's Life in Music", "Why Can't We Love Forever?")
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Earl Carroll's Vanities (1940). Musical revue. Music by Charles Rosoff. Lyrics by Dorcas Cochran. Conceived by Earl Carroll. Additional music by Peter De Rose, Nacio Herb Brown, Jararaca Paiva and Vicente Paiva. Additional lyrics by Mitchell Parish. Musical Director: Lionel Newman. Featuring songs with lyrics by Albert Stillman... See more »

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