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Ted Koehler (1894–1973)

Songwriter ("Stormy Weather", "Let's Fall in Love"), author, lyricist and pianist, educated in public schools. He was a photo engraver before working as a pianist in film theatres, and he wrote special material for vaudeville before going on to produce night club shows. He wrote the songs for the Broadway musicals "9:15 Revue", "Earl Carroll ... See full bio »

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Spider-Man 3 Soundtrack
On the Road Soundtrack
Hollywood Canteen Soundtrack
The Green Mile Soundtrack


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 1972 The Valachi Papers (composer: song "Stormy Weather")
 1944 Rainbow Island (lyrics: songs)
 1938 Start Cheering (lyrics)
 1937 Dangerous Holiday (song by)
 1936 The Big Show (songs by)
 1936 Dimples (music and lyrics by)
 1935 Curly Top (lyrics by)
 1933 Let's Fall in Love (lyrics and music by)
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Say When (1934). Musical comedy. Music by Ray Henderson. Material by Jack McGowan; Lyrics by Ted Koehler. Musical Direction by Max Meth. Music orchestrated by Conrad Salinger. Musical numbers directed by Russell Markert. Directed by Bertram Harrison. Imperial Theatre: 8 Nov 1934- 12 Jan 1935 (76 performances). Cast: John Albert... See more »

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Inducted into the Songwriters Hall of Fame in 1972.

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