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Paul Giovanni (II) (1933–1990)

Paul Giovanni was born on June 2, 1933. He died on June 17, 1990 in New York City, New York, USA. See full bio »


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Known For

The Wicker Man Music Department
Hostel Soundtrack


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 1973 The Wicker Man (lyricist - uncredited) / (musician: guitar - uncredited) / (singer - uncredited)
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 1973 The Wicker Man
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 1991 The Crucifer of Blood (TV Movie) (play)
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 2006 This Hollow Sacrament (Video) ("Corn Rigs")
 2005 Hostel (writer: "How Do")
 1997 Open Your Eyes (writer: "Island" - uncredited)
 1973 The Wicker Man (performer: "Corn Rigs", "Gently Johnny" (uncredited)) / (writer: "Corn Rigs", "Gently Johnny" (uncredited), "Willows Song" (uncredited), "Maypole Song" (uncredited), "Tinker Of Rye" (uncredited), "The Landlord's Daughter" (uncredited), "Chop Chop" (uncredited), "Fire Leap" (uncredited))
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 1979 The 33rd Annual Tony Awards (TV Special)
Self - Nominee
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 2001 The Wicker Man Enigma (Video documentary short)

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(December 5, 1980 to January 17, 1981) He directed his play, "The Crucifer of Blood," at the Ahmanson Theatre in Los Angeles, California with Charlton Heston and Jeremy Brett in the cast. The play was based on characters created by Arthur Conan Doyle. John Wulp was set designer. Bran Ferren was special visual and sound effects ... See more »

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