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Andre Kostelanetz (1901–1980)

Andre Kostelanetz was born on December 22, 1901 in St. Petersburg, Russia. He is known for One Fine Day (1996), That Girl from Paris (1936) and Hitting a New High (1937). He was married to Lily Pons. He died on January 13, 1980 in Port-au-Prince, Haiti. See full bio »

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Known For

One Fine Day Soundtrack
That Girl from Paris Music Department
Hitting a New High Music Department
Bad News Bears Soundtrack


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 2020 The Puppetoon Movie Volume 2 (Video) (musical director)
 1941 Dipsy Gypsy (Short) (musical director)
 1941 Western Daze (Short) (musical director)
 1937 Hitting a New High (musical director)
 1936 That Girl from Paris (conductor)
 1936 Movie Melodies on Parade (Short) (conductor)
 1935 I Dream Too Much (conductor)
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Lily Pons  (divorced)

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He commissioned many works, including Jerome Kern's Portrait of Mark Twain, William Schuman's New England Triptych, Paul Creston's Frontiers, Ferde Grofé's Hudson River Suite, Virgil Thomson's musical portraits of Fiorello La Guardia and Dorothy Thompson, Alan Hovhaness's Floating World, and Ezra Laderman's Magic Prison. See more »

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