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Walter Bullock (1907–1953)

Songwriter ("Someday You'll Find Your Bluebird"), composer and author, educated at DePauw University (BA). He joined ASCAP in 1936, and his chief musical collaborators included Harold Spina, Alfred Newman, Richard Whiting, and Abraham Ellstein. His song compositions include "I Still Love to Kiss You Goodnight", "I'd Like to See Samoa of Samoa", "... See full bio »

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Hit Parade of 1941 Soundtrack
(1940)
Sing, Baby, Sing Soundtrack
(1936)

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 1999 Anywhere But Here (writer: "Be Optimistic")
 1999 Twin Falls Idaho (writer: "When Did You Leave Heaven")
 1997 Hidden Hollywood: Treasures from the 20th Century Fox Film Vaults (TV Movie documentary) (lyrics: "Hop, Skip, Jump and Slide", "Toscanini, Stokowski and Me")
 1979 Charlie's Angels (TV Series) (lyrics - 1 episode)
- Rosemary, for Remembrance (1979) ... (lyrics: "When Did You Leave Heaven?" - uncredited)
 1966 I Spy (TV Series) (lyrics - 1 episode)
- Lori (1966) ... (lyrics: "When Did You Leave Heaven?" - uncredited)
 1949 Love Happy (writer: "Who Stole the Jam?" (1948) - uncredited)
 1944 Music for Millions (writer: "Toscanini, Iturbi and Me" (1940) - uncredited)
 1943/I Swing Your Partner (lyrics: "In the Cool of the Evening")
 1942 Ridin' Down the Canyon (writer: "Who Am I?" - uncredited)
 1942 Carl Hoff and His Orchestra (Short) (lyrics: "I Could Use a Dream" - uncredited)
 1941 Moon Over Her Shoulder (lyrics: "The Girl with the Sugar Brown Hair")
 1941 Rags to Riches (lyrics: "Magnolias in the Moonlight" - uncredited)
 1941 Golden Hoofs (writer: "Consider Yourself in Love")
 1940 Hit Parade of 1941 (lyrics: "Swing Low, Sweet Rhythm", "Who Am I?", "In the Cool of the Evening")
 1939 The Little Princess (lyrics: "The Fantasy" - uncredited)
 1939 Wife, Husband and Friend (lyrics: "Drink From the Cup of Tomorrow", "Arlesiana")
 1939 The Three Musketeers (lyrics: "Song of the Musketeers" (1939), "My Lady" (1939), "Voila" (1939), "Chicken Soup (Plucking Song)" (1939) - uncredited)
 1938 Just Around the Corner (lyrics: "This Is a Happy Little Ditty" (1938), "Just Around the Corner" (1938), "I Love to Walk in the Rain" (1938) - uncredited) / (writer: "Brass Buttons and Epaulettes" (1938) - uncredited)
 1938 Little Miss Broadway (lyrics: "Little Miss Broadway" (1938), "Be Optimistic" (1938), "How Can I Thank You?" (1938), "We Should Be Together" (1938), "If All the World Were Paper" (1938), "Swing Me an Old Fashioned Song" (1938) - uncredited)
 1938 Sally, Irene and Mary (lyrics: "I Could Use a Dream", "Half Moon on the Hudson", "This Is Where I Came In", "Help Wanted -- Male", "Who Stole the Jam?" - uncredited)
 1938 Happy Landing (writer: "You Appeal To Me")
 1937 52nd Street (lyrics: "I Still Love to Kiss You Goodnight", "I'd Like to See Samoa of Samoa", "Don't Save Your Love for a Rainy Day", "Fifty-Second Street", "Let Your Hair Down and Sing", "Nothing Can Stop Me Now", "Twenty-Three Skidoo", "We Love the South" - uncredited)
 1937 Wild and Woolly (lyrics: "When Did You Leave Heaven")
 1937 New Faces of 1937 (lyrics: "The Widow in Lace" (1937))
 1937 Nobody's Baby (lyrics: "Nobody's Baby", "I've Dreamed About This", "Quien Sabe", "All Dressed Up in Rhythm")
 1937 Love Is News (lyrics: "When Did You Leave Heaven" (1936) - uncredited)
 1936 Sing, Baby, Sing (lyrics: "When Did You Leave Heaven?")
 1936 Follow Your Heart (lyrics: "Magnolias in the Moonlight", "Who Minds'Bout Me")
 1935 Coronado (writer: "I've Got Some New Shoes" - uncredited)
 1934 Shoot the Works (writer: "A Bowl of Chop Suey and You-ey" - uncredited)
 1929 Blue Skies (writer: "You Never Can Tell", "It's a Fine How D'Ya Do", "How Were We To Know?")
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Trivia:

Walter Bullock's nephew is John Thomas Bullock, a life-long musician who was co-writer of the song "The Ghosts of San Francisco" (with R. Christian Anderson), sung by Chris Clark, featured in the feature documentary-drama, "When the World Came to San Francisco" (2015). See more »

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