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Gus Arnheim

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Biography

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA
Composer, conductor and songwriter ("I Cried For You", "Sweet and Lovely"), leader of his own orchestra, he toured Europe and the US, appearing in theatres, night clubs and ballrooms. He joined ASCAP in 1925, and his chief musical collaborators include Arthur Freed, Jules Lemare, Abe Lyman and Harry Tobias. His popular song compositions also include "One Kiss"; "It Might Have Been You"; "After All is Said and Done"; "I'm Gonna Get You", and "It Must Be True". Read more...

Actor

Character: Himself / Bandleader / Pianist

Gus Arnheim and His Cocoanut Grove Orchestra 1928

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Character: Himself - Orchestra Leader

Her Majesty, Love 1931

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Character: Himself - the Orchestra Leader

Flying High 1931

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Character: Coconut Grove Bandleader

Bombshell 1933

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Character: Orchestra Bandleader

Palooka 1934

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Character: Gus Arnheim

Trocadero 1944

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Character: Himself

Swingtime Holiday 1944

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