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Film Music Masters: Jerry Goldsmith (1995)

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A limited DVD (1500 copies) of "Film Music Masters: Jerry Goldsmith" was released in June 2005. Bonus features included extended interviews and 60 minutes of scoring session footage of Mr. Goldsmith working on The River Wild. See more »

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9 September 2006 | by (Germany) – See all my reviews

This documentary is really excellent! It is with 70 minutes not too long and at never boring. You get to know what kind of instrument was used for the main theme of "Poltergeist 2", you get to know that Goldsmith used two weeks to find a theme for "Medicine Man" and you get to know a lot of background information of "The River Wild". There are many excerpts of movies which make the documentary very interesting. And of course there is a lot of Jerry Goldsmith's film music. You can also see interviews with f.e. Alexander Courage which are also quite interesting. In every case this documentary is worth watching and every Jerry Goldsmith fan should watch it and will like it!


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