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Sid Kuller

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Biography

New York City, New York, USA
Prolific lyricist ("The Tenement Symphony", songwriter and author, educated at Columbia University. He came to California in 1937 to work in films, and served in the United States Air Force during World War II, where he wrote music for training and combat films. After the war, he wrote special material for night club singers and later for television, as well as songs and music for "earl Carroll's Vanities", "Meet the People" and "The Big Store", plus the stage scores for "Jump For Joy" and "Zenda". Read more...

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