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Lew Stone (I) (1898–1969)

Lew Stone was born on May 28, 1898 in London, England as Louis Steinberg. He is known for his work on A Night Like This (1932), The Flag Lieutenant (1932) and The Mayor's Nest (1932). He was married to Joyce Stone. He died on February 13, 1969 in Roehampton, London. See full bio »

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Filmography

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 1940 Under Your Hat (musical director)
 1939 Discoveries (musical director)
 1938 The Playboy (musical director)
 1937 Intimate Relations (musical director)
 1937 The Street Singer (musical director)
 1933 It's a King (music arranger)
 1933 Just My Luck (music arranger)
 1933 Up for the Derby (musical director)
 1933 Up to the Neck (musical director)
 1933 Sorrell and Son (composer: dance music)
 1933 Bitter Sweet (modern music - as Lew Stone & His Monseigneur Band)
 1933 The Little Damozel (musical director)
 1933 One Precious Year (musical director)
 1933 Discord (musical director)
 1933 The King's Cup (musical director)
 1932 Say It with Music (musical director)
 1932 The Flag Lieutenant (music arranger) / (musical director)
 1932 Leap Year (musical director)
 1932 Money Means Nothing (musical director)
 1932 The Love Contract (musical director)
 1932 Thark (musical director)
 1932 The Mayor's Nest (music arranger) / (musical director)
 1932 A Night Like This (music arranger) / (orchestrator)
 1931 The Chance of a Night Time (musical director)
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Alternate Names:

Lew Stone & His Monseigneur Band | Lew Stone and His Monseigneur Band | Lew Stone and His Monseigneur Orchestra
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Trivia:

Popular English dance band leader (from 1932 to 1958), as well as pianist, composer and arranger. His 'Monseigneur Band' was one of the first orchestras in Britain to feature female vocalists. From 1931 to 1935, Stone was musical director for British and Dominion Studios, as well as working on such stage shows as "Under Your Hat" and "Hide and Seek".

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