Muir Mathieson

Composer - Great Britain
Born January 24, 1911 in Stirling, Schottland
Died August 2, 1975 in Oxford, England

Mini-Biography:
Muir Mathieson was born on January 24, 1911 in Stirling, Schottland. He was an English Composer, known for The Black Rose (1950), The prince and the showgirl (1957), Call me Bwana (1962), Muir Mathieson's first movie on record is from 1950. Muir Mathieson died on August 2, 1975 in Oxford, England. His last motion picture on file dates from 1962.

Muir Mathieson Filmography [Auszug]
1962: [/ /1] Call me Bwana (Composer), Directed by Gordon Douglas, with Edie Adams, Anita Ekberg, Bob Hope,
1957: [] The prince and the showgirl (Composer), Directed by Laurence Olivier, with Laurence Olivier, Marilyn Monroe, Sybil Thorndike,
1955: [] The Deep Blue Sea (Composer), Directed by Anatole Litvak, with Emlyn Williams, Dandy Nichols, Kenneth More,
1950: [/ /1] The Black Rose (Composer), Directed by Henry Hathaway, with Orson Welles, Gibb McLaughlin, Herbert Lom,

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