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Lew Pollack

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Lew Pollack

Biography

Lew Pollack (16 June 1895, New York City – 18 January 1946, Hollywood, Calif.) was an American composer.

He was a boy soprano in Walter Damrosch’s choral group and later appeared as a singer and pianist in vaudeville. He composed theme music for several silent films, along with a number of popular songs. He also wrote scores to several sound films, including Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farm. Lew Pollack was elected to the Songwriters Hall of Fame in 1970.


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