|Born||in Hartford, Connecticut, USA|
|Died||in New York City, New York, USA|
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Sanford Green joined the Vitaphone Corporation as a 19-year-old songwriter, commuting from Connecticut to the studio in Brooklyn. His first screen credit is "Policy Girl" (1934) with Mitzi Mayfair. He composed songs for more than 35 musical short subjects between 1934 and 1937. Some of his other shorts are "Swing for Sale" and "Syncopated City," both with Hal Leroy, and "Double or Nothing" (Phil Harris) and "Soft Drinks and Sweet Music" with Georgie Price and Sylvia Froos. Very few of the songs from film shorts were published. Green also contributed incidental music for several Warner Bros. features, including the Bette Davis film "Kid Galahad" and "The Case of the Black Parrot." He was the conductor of a touring company of High Button Shoes, in which his wife was a performer. He worked as an arranger and musical director all his life, and has a son who is a theater conductor.
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Composer and songwriter ("Bermuda Buggyride", "Am I Wasting My Time?", "Brokenhearted Troubadour", "Don't Look Now", "Play Me Hearts and Flowers"). His musical collaborators included Mack David, Jack Manus and Mann Curtis, and he joined ASCAP in 1950.
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