Louis Forbes (Louis Forbstein)

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St. Louis, Missouri, USA
Composer, songwriter and conductor, a music student of Edward Kilenyi and Max Steiner. He was under contract to David O. Selznick for seven years, and director of music for Goldwyn Productions for three years. He also worked for RKO. Joining ASCAP in 1951, his other popular-song compositions include "Passion Tango," "The Bat," "Hong Kong Affair," "What Would I Do Without You?," "What's the Use of Crying?," "Heart of Gold," "From the Earth to the Moon," and "Appointment in Honduras. Read more...