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Sol Violinsky (1885–1963)

Sol Violinsky was a pseudonym for Sol Ginsberg, a violinist, pianist, composer and songwriter who came to the USA in 1901. He was a music director for the Williams Brothers in Pittsburgh, and a vaudeville entertainer in the US and abroad, as well as a violinist in the New York Symphony. Joining ASCAP in 1920, his chief musical collaborators ... See full bio »

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(age 77) in Binghamton, New York, USA

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 1935 Baby Be Good (Short) (writer: "I'm Daffy Over You" - uncredited)
 1934 Million Dollar Ransom (music: "Have a Good Time")
 1934 Ha! Ha! Ha! (Short) (writer: "I'm Daffy Over You" - uncredited)
 1933 Stoopnocracy (Short) (writer: "I'm Daffy Over You" - uncredited)
 1932 Horse Feathers (writer: "I'm Daffy Over You" (1930) - uncredited)
 1931 Monkey Business (writer: "I'm Daffy Over You" (1930) - uncredited)
 1930 Animal Crackers (writer: "I'm Daffy Over You" (1930) - uncredited)
 1930 Son of the Gods (music: "Pretty Little You" (1929) - uncredited)
 1930 A Night in a Dormitory (Short) (writer: "Stay with It", "Dormitory Number" - uncredited)
 1929 The Eccentric Entertainer (Short) (lyrics: "Parade of the Wooden Soldiers" - uncredited) / (music: "Apache" - uncredited) / (performer: "Apache", "The Wedding March", "Yankee Doodle", "Parade of the Wooden Soldiers", "Popularity" - uncredited)
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 1930 Sixteen Sweeties (Short) (scenario - uncredited)
 1930 A Night in a Dormitory (Short) (story - as Violinsky)
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 1930 A Night in a Dormitory (Short) (lyrics and music - as Violinsky)
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 1929 The Eccentric Entertainer (Short)
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 2007 The Dawn of Sound: How Movies Learned to Talk (Video documentary)
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